We hope you are all doing well in your family bubbles! We have heard the good news from our Prime Minister that the Auckland Region will shift to Alert Level 2 which means that all students will be able to return to school from Monday 8th March.
Once again … THANK YOU to our families, to our children and to our dedicated and hard working staff. Together, we have ensured that our children’s learning and wellbeing is cared for. THANK YOU for the resilience shown in these changing times, for the excellence shown in home learning activities, for the kindnesses shown to each other through zoom meetings, emails and phone calls and for the unity of being one school community that continues to learn, love and serve no matter where we are or who we are with!
Please find below the Alert Level 2 guidelines and expectations that will be in place at school from Monday 8th March.
Enjoy this coming weekend and we look forward to seeing you all again on Monday.
Our Health and Safety plans are all in place for Alert Level 2 and please be assured that we will continue to do everything we can to keep our Holy Trinity whānau safe and well.
Sadly, we will not be able to celebrate Liturgies, Masses or Assemblies in Taamaua until we shift to Alert Level 1.
Student Information and Expectations ..
If you are feeling sick or unwell, do not come to school
To be at school between 8:30am and 3pm
To be careful to not breathe on or touch each other, as much as practicable e.g. to keep a respectful and safe distance from others with no hugging/kissing
To play in designated play areas as set out by Kaitiaki
To remember that there is no sharing of food or water bottles and to bring and use own water bottles
To place tissue and paper towels in bins straight away
To wash and dry hands every time after using the toilet
To wash hands frequently using sanitizer or soap and water
To cough and sneeze into elbow
Parent Information and Expectations …
School is open. Children can attend school at Alert Level 2
Keep child/ren at home if they are sick, are required to self isolate, are waiting for a Covid-19 test result or if they are vulnerable to illness
At the beginning of the day … if family members come on site they MUST use the school QR contact tracing code AND if they enter the Reception area they MUST register details as required in the Reception Area, keep 2m apart from other people when outside and keep 1m apart when inside, use sanitizer as provided
At the end of the day … family members are to remain in cars for pick up times as designated staff will bring children to the cars
At the end of the day … if family members do come on site they MUST use the school QR contact tracing code AND if they enter the Reception area they MUST register details as required in the Reception Area and use sanitizer as provided
To abide by drop off and pick up times as stated by the school: NOT before 8:30am and PICK UP BY 3:00pm each day
MUST remain ONLY in Reception Area or outside of Learning Communities for entry and exit at beginning of the day – NO ENTRY into Learning Community Areas
Continue with good coughing and sneezing into elbow etiquette
Face coverings are another way we can help keep ourselves and others safe. Children and young people do not need to wear face coverings at school. If your child/ren wants to wear a face mask at school, that’s absolutely fine.
QR Code Posters
We’re continuing contact tracing by having QR code posters in our Reception Area, so please check in every time you come onsite. We’ll also keep a visitor register for anyone who doesn’t have the app, and also for anyone who comes onsite for a period of time.