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Get to it Te Mata kids!This is a message for the kids of New Zealand.

I’ve been asked by lots of you whether the Tooth Fairy and the Easter Bunny are an essential service (I even got asked in a press conference today!) I have good news, they are! But because we’re all in isolation at the moment, the Easter Bunny might not make it to every house this year (they probably have to look after their own Bunny family too). So just in case, I’m wondering if you’ll help me create an Easter egg hunt for all the children in your neighbourhood?

You can draw your own Easter egg, or you can colour in the one that some of my clever friends helped to make. All you have to do is colour it in or decorate it, and pop it in your window for other kids to find. I'd also love to see your designs.

If you email them to primeminister@parliament.govt.nz, or share them on social media using the hashtag #NZEggHunt, I'll pop a few of them here and on Facebook over the Easter weekend. Have fun everyone!
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Get to it Te Mata kids!

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Watch Country Calendar tonight 7pm we have a Te Mata family on ! ... See MoreSee Less

Morena everyone, please check your emails for a message from the teachers. This message requires a reply. Thank you ... See MoreSee Less

I hope you are all keeping safe and well.

Just to clarify the MOE have brought forward the school holidays. They start from 3pm today for 2 weeks. Please read your school newsletter for more detailed information. Our amazing Te Mata teachers have sent you an email today. Keep an eye on your inboxes. If you didn't receive one please contact them. All teacher emails are on our Te Mata website.

He waka eke noa - we're all in this together.

Fiona Gott
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Olivia has been busy at home today!

She sketched her design, made it with material and then realised it didn’t work with what she was trying to achieve so changed it up a bit.. her idea was “something to wear to the races”. Olivia created her outfit from a horse feed bag, some staples and twine.

We think she has done an outstanding job!

Update - Leo’s outfit is finished now too!
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Olivia has been busy at home today! 

She sketched her design, made it with material and then realised it didn’t work with what she was trying to achieve so changed it up a bit.. her idea was “something to wear to the races”. Olivia created her outfit from a horse feed bag, some staples and twine.  

We think she has done an outstanding job!

Update - Leo’s outfit is finished now too!Image attachmentImage attachment

We are all thinking of you whānau!
The team are ‘hanging out’ daily keeping connected.
Aroha nui ❤️
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We are all thinking of you whānau! 
The team are ‘hanging out’ daily keeping connected. 
Aroha nui ❤️

TE MATA SCHOOL IS CLOSED.

Dear Parents and Guardian,
The MOE has requested we remind you that after today Te Mata School, pool,playground and field will be closed for everyone. As we enter a COVID 19 Alert status 4 at 11.59pm tonight the premises will be closed.

I will be on site untill 1pm today if you require anything.

Please take care over the next 4 weeks. We will miss you all.

Fiona Gott and the Te Mata teachers
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This weeks school work is at the door if you didn’t collect it yesterday. Take care everyone. ... See MoreSee Less

This weeks school work is at the door if you didn’t collect it yesterday. Take care everyone.

Dear school community, many of you would have already heard that the government just announced that NZ has moved to a Level 3 and in 48 hours will move to Level 4. This will mean that school will be closed from tomorrow onwards for all children for the next 4 weeks minimum. This excludes those who parents have been identified as essential workers they have an additional day to organise. More updates to follow. ... See MoreSee Less

Te Mata School/Community Pool is now closed. As a precautionary measure the Board of Trustees have announced this morning that they are closing the school pool this morning. If you could please return your pool keys to the school office we can arrange your bond refunds. Thank you. ... See MoreSee Less

Go Bus have informed us today that the Aotea bus run will be 30 minutes late morning and evening this week. This is due to driver shortages.
Approximate morning times are:
Depart Tui Point 8.25am
Depart Phillips Road 8.35am

The Ruapuke and Raglan Taxi will be running as normal currently.

Thank you for your understanding.
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A random collection of photos, some old and some new, of our kids to remind us how great our community is and to brighten your Friday afternoon 😉 ... See MoreSee Less

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Kia ora koutou

With so much information and misinformation swirling around about COVID-19, I wanted to share with you what will happen if we were to have a case in our school community. We have been planning for this and are in a position to respond quickly.
As soon as a case is confirmed in our immediate school community (eg. a student, staff member, or member of their household), the Medical Officer of Health and Ministry of Education will inform me about this, and we will work together to get quick and clear messaging out to you.

If there was a case confirmed of someone in our school, we will likely be asked to close temporarily by the Medical Officer of Health. This will allow time for close contacts to be traced, appropriate testing to be undertaken, and a careful clean of the school to be undertaken.

If our school does need to close temporarily, we have a plan in place to support student’s learning.

We know COVID-19 feels scary and of course people are concerned for the wellbeing of our children. Please be assured that with no case confirmed in our school, your children are safe here.

Good hygiene is a priority at our school, and we are reinforcing this regularly with all students and staff. We know that practicing good hygiene is still the best thing we can all do to prevent illness.

We are getting the most up to date advice and guidance so that we can confidently make informed decisions about the safety and wellbeing of our school community.

Ngā mihi


FIONA GOTT
Principal
Te Mata School
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