Kia ora Kingsford Whanau

School is back tomorrow. Here is what you need to know:

If you are bringing your child to school, entry will be through the hall. Please sign in (students do not need to do this). You will need to sign out when you leave, which will also be through the hall.

Teachers will be in their classrooms from 8.15am, so if possible, please bring your child to school no earlier than this. On arrival, students will go straight to their classrooms – they will not be able to go and play at this time. If you do need to drop your child off earlier, we can monitor them in the hall until their teacher opens up their classroom.

You will also need to enter through the hall when you pick your child up in the afternoon. Students will be released from school from 2.50pm, class by class, beginning with the senior classes. Manaia will be the last class released, at approximately 3.05pm.

For tomorrow:

Your child will need a named drink bottle, as the drinking fountains are not available under Alert Level 2 restrictions.

Please let us know if your child will not be attending school – leave a message on the school answer phone, or complete an absence form – the link is here on our webpage.

For further information, our updated Alert Level 2 Safety Plan is available here.

We understand that sending your child to school may bring about some levels of anxiety and worry. Please get in touch with us – there are many ways we can support you at this time.

Nga mihi nui, Anna

Back to School Tomorrow

2 thoughts on “Back to School Tomorrow

  • May 17, 2020 at 5:16 am

    Hi and thank you for all of your updates and notices.
    We will make sure to explain to both
    Kingstone Douglas and his brother Edward McNeill about useing there own water bottles at all time’s and elbow coughing. I kindly ask you contact home if there are any concerns.
    Nga mihi Felicia and Grant Douglas..

  • May 17, 2020 at 10:43 am

    thanks for the update we work together as a family for the safety of our kids and Kingsford environment God blessed the beginning of works for the term two


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