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BRING YOUR OWN DEVICE

Visit www.cyclone.co.nz/byod. Select your school name and you will be redirected to your schools specific portal login page. Enter the login name and password given to you from the school. Why purchase through Cyclone? Solutions to fit your school: Avoid potential confusion on which device to buy — your school’s portal only features devices with …

Before and After School Care

With the Before & Afterschool Care being affected by the impact of Covid19, the Board of Trustees has decided to transfer the management of this programme to sKids, a dedicated before and afterschool organization that is fully accredited by both the Ministry of Social Development and Oscar.  This will allow our families to now be …

Back to School

School is Back – please remember to drive at a safe speed around our school. This makes it safer for everyone, and students love to be able to walk, scoot or ride to school! Let’s all take the time to be kind to one another, walking to school if we can, and driving safely around …

Samoan Speech Competition 2020

Newton Central School Enters 2 Students in the Samoan Speech Competition 2020   ‘Autū:                          Tapena Sou Ōso Mo Lau Malaga Theme:                       Prepare Yourself, a Gift for Your Travels.  LESITALA Tausaga 5 & 6             E lua sui tauva mo le tausaga e tasi                                     Two speakers per year level Here are our 2 students representing Newton …

DROP OFF & PICK UP AT NEWTON CENTRAL SCHOOL

BEFORE SCHOOL:  TO PROTECT OUR CHILDREN – SCHOOL GATES OPEN 8.30AM:  The unique geographical environment of the school means that we need to do a full health and safety check of the campus prior to it being safe for our community.  Students cannot come onto campus until after those checks have been completed  If caregivers …

Children’s Community Dental Clinic Update

Children’s Community Dental Service (Auckland Regional Dental Service) during COVID-19 Alert Level 1:   Kia ora,   Some of our dental clinics will be open during Alert Level 1. We will be offering appointments to children with the most urgent dental care needs. Our staff will be in contact with the parents/caregivers of these children …

ALERT LEVEL 2 ANNOUNCEMENT

Ngā mihi Whānau We do hope that everyone is safe and well.  We recognise that many families have been impacted in some way due to the events brought about by COVID19 and are looking forward to supporting you at this next stage of transition. With the recent statement that we will be moving to Alert …

City Rail Link Big Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) News Update

The three finalists are out for the name of the big #crl #cityraillink #LinkAlliance Tunnel Boring Machine.   Now we need you to go to digCRL.co.nz to tell us which of the three you pick. There were 300 names. To learn more about tunnel boring machines, facts about the TBM and access to links: TBM competition for Auckland …

ANZAC Day 25 April 2020: Stand at Dawn

The RSA and New Zealand Defence Force would like you to join us to remember those who given their lives for our country. This is a time to pay respect and acknowledge the many thousands of our military people who are serving or have served, who are called upon to support New Zealand in times …

COVID-19 update: Transport in Auckland under Alert Level 3

The Government has announced that New Zealand will be moving to Alert Level 3 on Tuesday 28 April. While some restrictions will be relaxed, many lockdown conditions remain in place. You should only travel or use public transport when your journey is absolutely essential. For more information click on the link below. Auckland Transport COVID19 …

NEWTON CENTRAL SCHOOL UPDATE 22 APRIL

  NEWTON CENTRAL SCHOOL GUIDELINES TO BE COVID19 FREE. PURPOSE Newton Central School aims to be a Covid-19 free school environment for all students, staff and parents. GUIDELINES TO BE COVID19 FREE – FOR PARENTS KEY AREAS PROCEDURE WHO School in Lockdown To protect our school bubble: Only staff and students are allowed entry to …

ONLINE MUSIC LESSONS

  With our tutors all set up to teach from their homes, music lessons have successfully continued online via Skype throughout the first two weeks of Lockdown. CURRENT STUDENT? Term 2 lessons will continue via Skype from Tuesday 28 April. Both one-on-one and group lessons will take place at your usual lesson times. For the …

Ministry of Education: Improving internet connectivity

Latest COVID-19 Update 2 April Our IT team has put together some tips for improved connectivity at home. For home internet connections It is important to eliminate performance/speed issues with the home wifi setup first, rather than assuming there is an issue with the connection from the house to the internet. To check this: Run …

Ministry of Education: Latest COVID-19 Update 2 April

Supporting learning from home What we’re doing We’re working with a range of providers – including ICT, education and PLD providers – on a package of supports and resources to supplement your material, so learning can continue at home. The package will include: more online resources available through our websites increasing the number of students …