Tēna Koutou Katoa,
As you are aware last night our Prime Minister announced we are moving to Level 3 from noon today.
Our school will be closed for the remainder of this week for all students other than children of essential workers who have contacted the school. A skeleton staff will be onsite to supervise these students.
Under Alert Level 3, no other students, adults or visitors are permitted on school site.
The school admin will remain in communication with our community through our Skool Loop app and email as further advice has been received from the Ministries of Health and Education.
If you have any worries about your health or the health of your family, please call Healthline on 0800 358 5453 or visit www.COVID-19.govt.nz
Raj Dullabh – Principal
At Conifer Grove School we place high expectations for learning and behaviour. We believe that the school values through Positive Behaviour for Learning (PB4L) help students to be well equipped to be active contributing members of their community and also globally.
We believe our students can all be the best they can be, that they can all strive for excellence and that it is our role to encourage, inspire and foster a lifetime of learning, where they can realise their potential. We place a strong emphasis on continuous improvement and endeavour to be the best school for our students. We look forward to your support and working together towards positive teaching and learning for all.
“Success For All”
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Tēna Koutou Katoa, As you are aware last night our Prime Minister announced we are moving to Level 3 from noon today. Our school will be closed for the remainder of this week for all students other than children of essential workers who have contacted the school. A skeleton staff will be onsite to
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Teacher Only Day this Friday 14 August – NO SCHOOL for students
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