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At Hay Park School, our children are successful learners with the ability to take action to shape their future. 

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Parents of Y4-6 students please come to school to get your child's Chromebook.
Parents of Y2/3 students please come to school to get an ipad if you don't have one at home or a pack if you have no internet.
Parents of NE and Y1 students please come to school to get a pack for your child.

The school is opened until 3pm today and 1pm tomorrow for you to pick these up.

 

Tuesday 24 March 2020

 

 

Kia ora koutou

 

With yesterday’s announcement by the Government, we are implementing with urgency our plan to support your child’s learning from home. We appreciate this is a sudden and significant change, and will be heavily disruptive to many people in our community.

 

We will be supporting our children’s learning from your home in the following ways:

  • by remote learning through the class sites 

  • provision of a learning pack for children who don’t have broadband

  • through teachers using Google Meet with their classes

All online learning will be done through the class sites. You can get to these through our school website. All teachers will also have Google meetup video conferencing with their classes at 9am and 11.30am each day. We will trial this for the rest of this week. A video on how to set this up will be on class sites later today. 

 

The school holidays begin on Monday 30th March and finish on Easter Tuesday 14th April. Our remote learning will begin from Wednesday 15th April. Class sites will be regularly updated and teachers will hold Google meetups twice a day while children are learning from home.

 

We don’t expect you to take lessons for your children. Give them opportunities to do activities from the class sites, meet up with their teachers online, get out ebooks from the Auckland Libraries website, play games with your children, do some baking together, plant a garden together and let them run around outside to get some fresh air and exercise.

 

Teachers are available at school today and until 1pm tomorrow for you to come in to pick up what you need for your children’s learning. For:

 

  • Parents of Y4-6 students please come to school to get your child's Chromebook or a pack if you have no broadband

  • Parents of Y2/3 students please come to school to get an ipad if you don't have one at home or a pack if you have no broadband

  • Parents of NE and Y1 students please come to school to get a pack for your child

 

Your children will be looking to you for guidance about this decision. You may wish to read the information put together by the Ministry of Education to support your conversations with your children – Talking to children about COVID-19

 

As noted by the Prime Minister these restrictions are our best chance to slow the virus in New Zealand and to save lives. We all have a clear role here to slow the spread of COVID-19.

 

We will continue to communicate any updates with you over the coming days. Thank you for your ongoing support of our school staff and school community. 

 

If you have any issues please contact me at shereec@haypark.school.nz or 09 6259531.

 

Ngā mihi

Sheree Campbell


School Vision

As a Hay Park School positive learner I will:

Believe in my potential

Achieve my dreams

Succeed through life

Ko ngā pae tawhiti o te ākonga ngākau pai o te Kura o Hay Park:

Me whakapono i taku pito mata

Me tutuki i aku wawata

Whāia te iti kahurangi


Ako Hiko - Chromebooks

Our Year 4, 5 and 6 students complete all of their learning on their Chromebooks, as part of the Ako Hiko programme.  You can take a look at what our Parekowhai, Bixley and Harris learners are up to on their class sites and student blogs. 

 

Mission Statement

Partnering with our community to develop successful learners who can take action to shape their future.






The Hay Park Way


Our Hay Park Way encourages and celebrates all members of the school who show they are positive learners.  
Hay Park learners are:
  • respectful
  • responsible
  • resilient
Find out more.

Hay Park School Values

At Hay Park School our vision is achieved by fostering our core values
 
Respect - Whakaute

Responsibility - Kaitiakitanga

Resilience - Manawaroa
   
BE RESPECTFUL by caring for our environment, caring for ourselves and others, following instructions, appreciating differences, using kind words and a friendly voice.

BE RESPONSIBLE by being aware of others around me, following instructions, using equipment correctly, staying within boundaries, reporting problems to an adult.

BE RESILIENT by asking questions and asking for help, be prepared and organised for the lesson, giving my best effort, staying focused and completing tasks given, using I statements.

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