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One Tree Point School

Welcomes You

Nau mai haere mai ki te kura o One Tree Point School - Te Arakahika 

 

                                                                          

 

 

Thank you for taking the time to explore our website.

I hope you find it useful and informative. 

 

At One Tree Point School children receive a high quality,

child-centred education.​ Our teachers and support staff are highly

skilled and  recognise that all children are unique individuals. We

build self-confidence by valuing and respecting our similiarities 

and differences. 

 

We work collaboratively to ensure our children

experience success and enjoyment in learning as well as

developing socially and emotionally. 

 

Our school CARE values; Confidence, Respect, Aroha and

Encourage are explicitly taught and are embedded within

the fabric of our school culture.  

Our aim is to encourage and develop children’s learning powers of 'Curious, Creative, Collaborative, Citizens so that they know how to learn and be the best that they can be, within a warm, caring and supportive environment.

 

We actively foster home-school partnerships because we know that children thrive best when we work together as a team with whanau and families. Our doors are always open and we welcome your feedback and suggestions for ways in which we can improve. 

 

I urge parents to make every effort to stay in touch with school activities and events through this website and Facebook . 

Shirley Winters - School Principal

Notices & Upcoming Events

Term 1: 8 Feb-14 April

Term 2: 2 May-8 July

Term 3: 25 July-30 Sept

Term 4: 17 Oct-16 Dec

Term Dates

Term Dates

Term 1: 8 Feb-14 April

Term 2: 2 May-8 July

Term 3: 25 July-30 Sept

Term 4: 17 Oct-16 Dec

Term Dates

Term 1: 8 Feb-14 April

Term 2: 2 May-8 July

Term 3: 25 July-30 Sept

Term 4: 17 Oct-16 Dec

Kia ora e te whānau

As we are now in the ‘orange’ setting of the Covid-19 Protection Framework, our health and safety information has changed since last term. 

At Orange, face masks are no longer required at school. However public health advice is that masks continue to be strongly encouraged when indoors. Wearing a mask is a key health measure that slows the spread of COVID-19 in indoor settings. For that reason, we ask that visitors to the school, including parents and whānau, wear a mask whenever they are indoors on school grounds.

At Orange, students aged 12 and above are still required to wear a face mask on school or public transport.

 

We will no longer be operating separate bubbles and all children will follow the same timetable for break times. We are also allowed whole school gatherings such as assemblies. 

 

Our drinking fountains will once again be operational, but we strongly encourage all tamariki to bring their own, named drinking bottle to school. 

 

We will continue to maintain all other health and safety measures to minimise the spread of Covid-19. These include ensuring our indoor spaces are well-ventilated, maintaining good hand hygiene and cough and sneeze etiquette, appropriate physical distancing whenever we can and, most importantly, staying home if we are sick. 

More information about testing positive: 

 Testing positive - what to do
 

Please get in touch if you have any questions or concerns. I am more than happy to meet with you to discuss how we can best support you and your tamariki.