Term 1 ends at 3pm on Friday 16th April
(School will be closed on 1st, 2nd, 5th and 6th April)
Kia ora koutou. Hello everyone.
- Monday 22nd March between 3:15pm and 6:00pm,
- Monday 29th March between 3:15pm and 5:30pm and
- Wednesday 31st March between 3:15pm and 5:30pm.
Whole School Assembly tomorrow – Team 2 leading (if we stay at Alert Level 1)
Our whole school assembly on Friday 19th March at 2pm in the school hall will be lead by Team 2 and you are all welcome to come along. Please note any whole school assemblies will only go ahead if we are at Alert Level 1.
Walking School Bus Meeting
Class emergency kit
In case of emergencies or lockdown each class has an emergency kit which consists of a toilet bucket, toilet paper, gloves, plastic spoons, cups and water. If you have not sent anything already, to complete the kit can you please send a can of food with a ring pull (something your child likes and would eat!) or a food item that has a long shelf life if your child prefers. We can return the food at the end of the year if you ask your teacher, otherwise it will be donated to the Salvation Army food appeal for Christmas. Thank you for your attention to this matter as we would like to have our kits complete and ready to go.
Scholastic Book Orders
The last day to place an order from Issue 2 is Tuesday 23rd March.
Board of Trustees meeting
The Board will meet tonight, Thursday 18th March at 7pm in the administration building. Anyone is welcome to come along.
School Donations 2021
We greatly appreciate all donations made to the school. The school donation for the 2020 school year is as follows:
|Per year||Per term|
|2 or more children||$350||$87.50|
Payment can be made any time now at the office by EFTPOS, Visa, internet banking or automatic payments can be arranged with your bank. Our bank account details are ASB 12-3080-0059486-00. Please ensure you complete the reference section with your child’s name and specify “school donation”. You are able to claim a tax refund on school donations paid by requesting and completing an IR526 form from the Inland Revenue.
Police Vetting for sports team coaches and managers
Since the Vulnerable Children’s Act came out in 2015 we continually update our procedures and policies around keeping children and young people safe. It is recommended that all sports coaches and managers are police vetted as they have a position of authority over children and are often alone with them. If you are, or will be volunteering to be, a sports coach or manager and you have not already completed a police vet through Glamorgan School in the last 3 years, can you please pop into the office with two forms of identification, one of which must be photo ID (e.g. a drivers licence and passport would be fine). The school will cover the cost of the police vet and the office staff will complete the paperwork required. A police vet lasts for 3 years.