Distance Learning


As cases of COVID-19 increase below is the outline for how learning will continue under different scenarios. This plan needs flexibility as it’s dependent on the number of teaching staff available at that time.


This week we have between 350-360 students attending each day so we need all teaching staff, who are well, to teach face to face. We currently do not have teaching staff who are well and available to undertake distance learning as we did in Term 4 2021. We respectfully ask that you use the resources mentioned on the Learning @ Home webpage and refrain from asking teachers for additional work. School, at this stage, is open for children who are well.


The Current Scenario is if a learner is isolating after a potential exposure event. Schools are obligated to provide learning from a distance.

  • Learning @ Home webpage has resources for each Year level that allow learning to continue - please visit this website it was updated this week

  • Ministry of Education learning packs that were sent out in Term 4 2021 have a range of resources

  • Ministry of Education has recently created learning at home resources that provide two weeks of learning

  • If a child is sick, they are not expected to engage with the school until they are well.

If numbers increase and there are a large number of learners isolating after exposure events (whole class or year level), we will look at this scenario Schools are obligated to provide learning from a distance.

  • Each year level will organise a plan that can be used to deliver learning to those students at home and those students at school.

  • Learning @ Home webpage will be updated with resources that children can easily access

  • Ministry of Education learning packs from Term 4 2021 (Box of Learning materials)

  • Learning from home would incorporate Google Meet as practicable.

  • If a teacher or child is sick, they are not expected to engage with the school until they are well.


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