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sKids – School Holiday Programme and Before/After School Care

sKids Information.pdf Holiday Programme for sKids Whenuapai – April 2022 Please see attached the Holiday Programme flyer for April 2022 at sKids Whenuapai. Please get your bookings in for this as soon as you can by going to the following link: https://enrolmy.com/skids-whenuapai/activity/6-Term_1_2022_Holiday_Programme_14_29th_April Please see the following notes in preparation for the April 2022 Holiday Programme: No Devices – Can we please … Read moresKids – School Holiday Programme and Before/After School Care

School Newsletter and Board Meeting

Dear Parents, Caregivers and Whānau, Please find attached a copy of the latest School newsletter. Newsletter – 22 February 2022 The first Board meeting of the year is being held tomorrow night at 7.00pm. If you would like to attend via zoom then please send an email to pa@whenuapai.school.nz and you will be provided with … Read moreSchool Newsletter and Board Meeting

A message from our Principal – Mr Adam Cels

Tēnā Koutou, I hope you have had a fabulous start to 2022 and managed to make the most of our wonderful summer and everything that New Zealand has to offer. At Whenuapai School we have been busy preparing for the new school year, with lots of planning and preparation underway. We have welcomed a number … Read moreA message from our Principal – Mr Adam Cels

Messages for Families – 11 November 2021

Dear Parents, Caregivers and Whānau, A couple of messages and reminders: You may have previously seen a Teacher Only Day advertised for tomorrow, 12 November 2021, just to confirm that due to alert level restrictions this day has been postponed. This NZEI Accord Teacher Only Day will now be held on Thursday, 16 December 2021. … Read moreMessages for Families – 11 November 2021

Letter to families – 13 October 2021

Dear Parents, Caregivers and Whānau,  The following letter contains the most recent information and guidance provided by the Ministry of Education (MOE). The Government has kept with their cautious approach when responding to COVID-19 and as a result, we will stay at Alert Level 3 for a bit longer. At full Alert Level 3 you … Read moreLetter to families – 13 October 2021