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Kia Ora Whanau!!
COVID 19 has brought about many changes to the world and especially in how we will operate as a school for the foreseeable future.
Public Health officials have advised that schools are safe to be open at Alert Level 2 and so we have been working hard to ensure that our students will be safe when they return.
One of our top priorities is the “WELLBEING” of our tamariki and staff and being able to reconnect with their kaiako and peers while practicing social distancing.
We thank our parents and families for continuing to support the Prime Minister’s request during Alert Level 4, 3 and now 2 where we will “Play it safe”.
It is important that all our students can continue their education. Please be assured that it is safe to return to school because we have put all the public health measures in place such as social distancing, sanitizing and hand washing.
We look forward to seeing more of our tamariki return back to school.
Remember, if your tamariki are unwell, please keep them home.
Remember Be Kind, Stay Safe, Stay Home if unwell, Play it safe and Save Lives!!
Kia Kaha Kia Toa
Enjoy your visit!!
Kia Ora Whanau!!
If you had received one of the following:
Ministry of Education Hewlett Packard Laptop
Tamaki College issued Loan Chromebook Device
Tamaki College Chromebook Charger
We are now requesting that it be returned because it belongs to Tamaki College. We are also required to undertake an audit of all Ministry of Education and Tamaki College loan devices issued during level 3 and 4 of the lockdown period.
Please have your child drop it off to DJ at the Tereora Office (Old Deans office, B Block near the entrance gate) during Tutor, interval or lunchtime.
A friendly reminder that parents are not to enter the school site while we are under level 2. If a parent is dropping off, please email DJ firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange the drop off.
All students who do not have a device will be given a contract to take home. Parents will then need to make contact with Manaiakalani to arrange for a device.
Those awaiting repairs to your device, please contact Grace email@example.com for updates.
Please help us by getting the devices returned promptly.
Featuring our 1XV Rugby Star of 2018 Eliesa “Eli” Katoa
“Rookie Eliesa Katoa’s standing as one of the NRL’s most promising players has been underlined by the Vodafone Warriors tonight announcing his signing until the end of the 2024 season.”
“Born in Tonga, the 193cm, 111kg second rower has earned his four-year NRL contract despite playing rugby league for only a year after being a schoolboy rugby union star with the Tamaki College First XV in Auckland.”
For any device issues, students please go to B10 during interval and lunch.
To purchase a charger please see Grace.
Please support your child’s learning by encouraging them to use the following online resources:
School Goal 4:
That students will have 90% attendance.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Manaiakalani Education Trust was set up in January 2011 to be in service of the schools to help them achieve the goals of the Programme by providing access to external resources and networks. Click here.
In partnership with Te Wananga O Aotearoa, Tamaki College seeks to provide a variety of opportunities for our wider community Click here.
AIMHI (Achievement in Multi Cultural High Schools) is a group of nine decile one urban secondary schools where a large proportion of the schools' student population come from Maori and Pacific Islands backgrounds Click here.
I like it here at Tamaki College. I feel like I am part of a family, away from home
A Year 10 Student