• Tuesday 23 February                       3.10 – 5.30 p.m.
  • Wednesday 24 February                  3.10 – 5.30 p.m.
  • Thursday 25 February                      3.10 – 5.30 p.m.

This year in week 4 parents are invited to talk about their child/children to the teachers in scheduled 10-minute conferences.   This is an opportunity for teachers to learn about parents’ goals for their children and any academic, social and emotional needs they may have. A booklet will be sent home to help parents prepare for the conference. You are asked to complete the booklet and give it to the teacher at the conference.  At the conference, parents and teachers can goal set together. Children are not expected to attend, but can do so if you wish. Parents are asked to book a time online using the website www.schoolinterviews.co.nz. The website is available for booking immediately.

  • The code is:                    2MZGZ

Please contact the school office for any assistance needed. Teachers are looking forward to this opportunity to meet you and getting to know your child / children early on in the year.

We strive to foster positive relationships and open communication between home and school, so please contact us if you need information or wish to share a concern. A strong, positive partnership between home and school is an important foundation for learning to occur.

Teachers are usually in their classrooms from 8.30 a.m., greeting children as they arrive and liaising with parents about day-to-day issues. Again, generally teachers are available after school until 3.30 p.m. for scheduled appointments or informal discussion, although they have a staff meeting each week, usually on a Tuesday until 4.30/5.00 p.m. and a team meeting on Monday afternoons. Team Leaders meet on Wednesday afternoons until 5.00 p.m. but on other days they can be available upon request. The Deputy Principal and I wish to be available as needed, either for informal chats or by appointment. Just pop in and see if we are free, or make an appointment directly.



Dorothy Bigwood