20 August 2021
Tēnā koutou katoa
I hope this week has gone well for you and your whānau in finding time to be with loved ones as we endure during lockdown. To all the parents, caregivers, students and whānau who are health or essential workers, we thank you. Thank you for continuing to do what you do to ensure that our wider community is provided for all that is necessary in our homes. Your service and commitment is greatly appreciated.
To our staff and students thank you for keeping the faith and doing the MAHI. The move from classroom teaching to online learning at home is not an easy transition. We have all had to adapt quickly. Our staff have ensured that work uploaded on a social media platform is a continuation of work since the beginning of Term 3 three weeks ago. To those students that did not have a device I hope that you managed to get through some form of study and/or revision.
Online Learning at Home
Later today we will share with the whole community the Online Learning at Home Policy and the guidelines and expectations for students and whānau. Please ensure that you read this information when it becomes available. This will outline the plan for next week.
College Sport Wellington (CSW)
As soon as information from CSW is made available to the Director of Sport, Jonathan Millmow and myself, this will be communicated to you.
A reminder that Alert Level 4 throughout the country has been extended to 11.59pm, Tuesday 24 August.
I ask that you continue to pray for one another, all health workers, all essential workers, our Government, our community and our country. Stay safe and be kind. Kia kaha.
Kia ū ki te Ariki, whakatinanahia. Thank you for keeping the faith and doing the MAHI.
Ngā mihi nui
TUMUAKI | RECTOR