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The importance of compassion

Friday, 31 Jul 2020

Dear Parents and Students, I don’t know about you, but I am incredibly humbled by God’s grace and mercy for our nation as we make a relatively ‘normal’ start to the term. I know that many of you have family members who are living in countries that are still in some form of lockdown. I think the best response to our situation is gratitude. We have also been encouraged by God’s answers to our prayers to provide for the livelihoods of families’ who have been affected by COVID-19.

Donation to The Sowers' Trust

Term 2: Done and Dusted!

Saturday, 4 Jul 2020

Dear Parents and Students, the past twelve weeks have been quite eventful! We started Term 2 via remote learning on Tuesday, the 14th of April. On Monday, the 18th of May, we switched to face-to-face learning under strict hygiene guidelines and on Tuesday, the 9th of June, life went back to ‘normal’.


Out of lockdown!

School under COVID-19 Alert Level 2

Friday, 15 May 2020

Dear Parents, under COVID-19 Alert Level 2, the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Education have decided that, based on current scientific evidence, schools are safe places for children and their teachers. School will therefore reopen for face-to-face classes on Monday 18 May, 8.50 am, following strict Health and Safety Guidelines. Unfortunately, there is inaccurate information being circulated in New Zealand society at the moment.

School reopens Monday 18 May!

Notices for Week 5, Term 2, 2020

Monday, 11 May 2020

Dear parents and students, welcome to Week 5 of Term 2. On the one hand it feels like time has flown by very quickly and it is hard to believe that we are already starting the fifth week of remote learning. On the other hand, we know that for some members of our community the Prime Minister's announcement today about COVID-19 Alert Level 2 starting this Thursday has not come soon enough!

Week 5, Term 2, 2020

Update: School under COVID-19 Level 2

Friday, 8 May 2020

Dear parents and students, I am sure you have followed with interest the announcements made by the Prime Minister yesterday.

The impact of alert levels 4 and 3 on schooling has not been easy and I thank you for your ongoing support for the work we are doing.

Yesterday, the Prime Minister advised that in Alert Level 2 schools are safe environments for children, young people and staff and that additional public health control measures are in place to prevent the spread of disease and to support contact tracing.

Wash your hands!


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