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COVID 19 update

25/03/2020 Covid-19 SCHOOL IS CLOSED

 

Tēnā koutou katoa

So, today is the last day we are at school until after the national isolation period.  On Ministry of Education advice, school is closed to the public. This means no access to the grounds or the playgrounds.  While this is unusual, we are in lockdown. Our gates will be locked. I thank you in advance for respecting that.

 

Over the next two days, your teachers will be working from home and then they will take a two-week Term Break.  I know they should be taking a break (and they will), but I also know they will be finalising planning for when our school “re-opens” online and beyond.  I will use the school app and our Facebook page to share updates and information as necessary. Please keep an eye out for these.

 

Our learning@home activities will be available on our website: http://www.levineast.school.nz/our-school/school-websites

 

If you need to contact the school, please contact me: by phone or text on 0276615889, through Facebook messenger (Rikki S Sheterline) or by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

I will reply and pass on your message or query to the staff who can help or need to know.

 

Stay well folks.  Be safe and be kind, always.

 

Ngā mihi mahana

Rikki Sheterline

Tumuaki

Levin East School

Ministry Of Education Resource Announcement (8 April 2020)

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Yesterday afternoon the Minister of Education, Hon. Chris Hipkins, announced their plan going forward to support the Learning@Home work that is coming up from 15th April, while schools remain closed to students.

It is exciting that the Ministry is ready to help in this way.  They have our student information and they will send out packs directly to families, according to their plan and timetable.  Their plan sees them starting at the senior secondary level (Year 12 and 13) and working their way down to primary schools.  This could mean delays for our tamariki, and we will keep you in touch as we learn more.

 

 

LEVIN EAST SCHOOL

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Levin East School is a Y 0 - 6 contributing primary school with a roll of approximately 430, located in the Horowhenua region. Nestled between the Tararua ranges and the Tasman sea, the area boasts an abundance of natural features and a friendly and welcoming community. 


At Levin East School, we have a fantastic and progressive teaching team, a supportive and engaged Board of Trustees and a passionate and active school community. The school is well regarded in the area and our team embrace and engage with modern pedagogical practices.

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To provide foundational education so all our learners can be successful citizens.

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We encourage, value and embrace whanaungatanga and manaakitanga to achieve success for the cultural and learning pathways for all our students their whanau, hapu, iwi and the wider community of Levin East School.



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To develop a network of parents and whanau to help raise funds that will support the teaching and learning of students.

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Student achievement at the end of 2017 against national standards indicate that

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71%

Students were achieving At or Above

 

Writing Results

67%

Students were achieving At or Above

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65%

Students were achieving At or Above

School Values

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Respect / Whakaute For ourselves, others and our environment is essential.

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Innovation / Auaha Is renewing,changing or creating more effective ways of doing things better.

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Courage / Manawanui Is the willingness to have a go even in the face of uncertainty.

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Collaboration / Kotahitanga Is the process of working with others to produce something special.

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Excellence / Tararuatanga Is the quality of being outstanding and achieving to your full potential.

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Resilience / Manahau Is the ability to positively step up and move on from challenging situations.

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Self-Management / Rangatiratanga Develops ownership of their learning and responsibility for themselves, others and the environment.

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