Week 4 news

By Beth Downie | Posted: Thursday May 26, 2022

Ki te kpuia e kore e whati - We succeed together

A special welcome to Maisie in Rūma ono - welcome to Kaikorai School. We are happy you are here!

What an exciting week at Kaikorai school. To have whānau on-site to celebrate and recognise the mahi that has been happening in our classes was something special yesterday. I was proud of our tamariki who showcased their learning, showed their whānau around their class and participated in some learning alongside parents and grandparents. It is safe to say we feel like our 'buckets are full'.

You may have noticed the air purifiers in the learning streets, these have been provided by the MOE. Our allocation of air purifiers due to our roll size and the cooler Dunedin climate has increased to a further 6. These are really helpful tools in keeping our environment healthy for our ākonga and kaiako (learners and teachers). 

Staffing news

Today is Emma's last day in Rūma ono, her maternity leave begins at 3 pm! Arohanui Emma, Shane and Cooper, enjoy this special time with your new pēpi. 

Nau mai to Miss Nicole Wilson, we are excited for you to join our school in week 6.

Property news

The demolition that was set to happen at 3 pm today has been pushed out a few weeks due to issues with the alarms connectivity. Nothing is ever simple and straightforward in building works. The hall handover is still on track for the Tuesday after Queen's Birthday

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