Notice: 2 August 2022

Teacher Only Day - School Closed

Monday 12th September school will be closed to ALL students for the day. SKIDS will not be operating on this day also and will be closed at NLS for the day.

School resumes on Tuesday at 8.55am and SKIDS will operate as usual.
Please make arrangements for your child/ren for this day.

Notice: 21 July 2022

Important Reminder - Term 3

Start of Term 3 - Tuesday 26th July school starts at 8.55am

Notice: 5 July 2022

Important Reminder

7th July Parent/Teacher Interviews - Thursday school closes early at 1pm for Interviews

8th July Last day of Term 2 - Friday school closes early at 2pm

Notice: 24 June 2022


These were taken on Monday 23 May. On Friday 17 June, Photolife emailed the keycodes to the main parent/caregiver email address. Please check your emails to find these. The email contains instructions on how to order your children's photos using the keycodes. Please note: there is a cut-off date to order and pay for your photo, and FREE DELIVERY EXPIRES at midnight Sunday 3rd JULY.

For those without an email address, your child will bring your keycode home or it will be posted to you.

If you have not received the keycode or need help, please contact the school office.

Notice: 17 June 2022

Friday 24th June Public Holiday - Matariki

School will be closed

Notice: 9 June 2022
Notice: 9 June 2022
Notice: 7 June 2022

Noel Leeming is delighted to support KidsCan by raising funds with our Friends and Family Promotion this June. With your help, we hope to make a difference by providing the essentials Kiwi kids need to learn, with 2.5% of the total sales from this event being donated to KidsCan.

This offer is open to you, your staff, and wider Kura Whanau (including Parents, Students, and your community of friends & family). It gives them the opportunity to unlock amazing deals during the two-week period, starting on Monday June 20th and running through until Sunday July 3rd, 2022.

To take advantage of this special offer, people can visit one of our Noel Leeming Stores located across the country and simply show the event flyer on their smartphone (or in printed form) to unlock amazing deals and raise funds for KidsCan.

Letter: 14 April 2022

Moving to Orange: Letter for parents and whānau

Thursday 14 April 2022

Kia ora koutou,

You’ll be aware that Minister of Education Chris Hipkins has announced the move to Orange at 11:59pm last night.

The decision to move to Orange has been made on public health advice and reflects that we are moving past the peak of cases and our health system is able to cope. We are seeing that cases are declining due to high levels of vaccination and natural immunity after infection. 

I wanted to give you an update on what the move to Orange means for our school.  

At Orange, face masks are no longer required at school. However public health advice is that masks continue to be strongly encouraged when indoors. Wearing a mask is a key health measure that slows the spread of COVID-19 in indoor settings. For that reason, we ask that visitors to the school, including parents and whānau, wear a mask whenever they are indoors on school grounds.

We also ask that your child (if they are Year 4+) continues to bring a mask to school every day. There may be times that we’ll ask them to wear a mask, too – for example, when we are having an assembly in the hall. If there are a high number of cases at school or in the community, we may ask that masks are worn in classrooms for a time.

At Orange, students aged 12 and above are still required to wear a face mask on school or public transport.

We will continue to keep all the other health measures in place at school that we know slow the spread of COVID-19. These include ensuring our indoor spaces are well-ventilated, maintaining good hand hygiene and cough and sneeze etiquette, appropriate physical distancing whenever we can and, most importantly, staying home if we are sick. 

We are looking forward to a few less restrictions and returning to school life that is a bit closer to normal.

Next term we will be going back to normal times of starting at 8.55am and finishing at 3pm. ALL gates will be open from 8.15am till 8.55am when school starts, and in the afternoon just before 3pm. Parents will be allowed in the school grounds, but are still not permitted in the classrooms.

Please also note that there is a TEACHER ONLY DAY on Monday 2nd May, so the first day back at school for students for Term 2 will be Tuesday 3rd May.

Ngā mihi,

Mr Greg Roebuck

Letter: 31 March 2022

Update to parents and caregivers

Kia Ora,

I am writing to keep you updated about how our school is continuing to respond to COVID-19 in New Zealand.

As you may have seen, in the last few days the media has reported a reduction in the number of daily cases.

While we know that cases in school will rise and fall with that of the level in our community, our health experts tell us that children are much more likely to be exposed to COVID-19 in the community than at school. We also know that nationally in mid-March no more than 4% of teachers in any seven-day period reported as testing positive. It is currently around 3.5%.

As you know, it’s great for any child’s wellbeing and learning to be at school with their friends, teachers and other school staff. You also know that we have very good systems in place to keep everyone as safe as possible.

This is why we remain open at Red.

I wanted to remind you that in our school we are keeping the additional layers of protection in place to help prevent or reduce the risk of onward spread.

We know that being fully vaccinated and boosted reduces the risk of severe illness due to COVID-19. We are encouraging all adults in our school who are working with students to be vaccinated including their booster. If they are eligible, I encourage you to get your child vaccinated, too.

I know that some of you still have questions about this, however, so I’ve included links to a video that answers many of the common questions about the vaccine:

Mask wearing for our students Year 4 and above and for adults remains in place in indoor spaces and we are getting lots of fresh air during the day. We also continue to focus on basic hygiene such as washing hands regularly, covering any coughs and sneezes, and cleaning surfaces regularly.

Like the links above, KidsHealth has some other great resources you may be interested in:

From time to time some students will need to isolate at home. This is in line with Government advice and if this happens, we will support them to continue their learning home to minimise any interruption.

According to the Paediatric Society of NZ, in most children COVID-19 is a mild illness. It can be managed by whānau with some simple measures such as keeping fluids up and keeping an eye on your tamaiti (child).

If you have any concerns about sending your child to school, please get in touch – our team is here to help. We want children to be at school and engaging in learning with their friends.

Your job remains the same, too: please continue to keep a really close watch of your whānau for anyone with symptoms. If unwell, please stay at home and get advice about getting a COVID-19 test.

Noho ora mai,

Mr Greg Roebuck

Notice: 25 March 2022

2 May (Monday) - Teacher ONLY Day

3 May (Tuesday) - Term 2 school resumes 8.55am for all students

Notice: 28 January 2022

Guidance for Parents and Caregivers for children returning to school on Thursday 3rd February

Kia ora Koutou,

Welcome back to 2022! We look forward to a successful year with your children.

Protocols to follow for returning to school:

These requirements are necessary and guided by the Ministry and Government to ensure the safety of all the children and whanau within the New Lynn School Community.

Please note that all staff members are vaccinated as required and are currently in the process of getting their boosters.

Please note the following:

Before School:

  • The main gate will be open from 8am and will have staff there to guide and support you with your children returning to school

  • Children will need to be dropped at the main gate either in person or through the drive-through drop off

  • If using the drive-through drop off please DO NOT exit your car

  • To keep everyone safe we are asking that parents do not enter the school unless absolutely necessary. In this case, you will need to go to the school office

  • Anyone entering the school must have a mask and sign in

  • For our new families, we will assist you in getting your child to their new classroom

  • All children will hand sanitize as they enter school

  • Please follow social distancing protocols

After School:

  • In order to keep everyone safe, we will continue to do a staggered pick up at different areas and times around the school

  • Please see the map for classes and pick up times

Important things to remember:

  • Children from years 4-6 will be required to wear a mask at school

  • Children must have a medical exemption for not wearing a mask

  • If children are unwell they MUST stay home - if a child comes to school and is unwell they will be sent home. Please remember that sending a sick child to school puts everyone in our school at risk

  • Ministry guidelines are being followed in terms of the health and safety requirements that have been set out by the Ministry

  • Classes are in smaller bubbles to reduce the risk for children

  • All children are expected to return to school as per the government's recommendations.

  • Home learning will only be provided for those children that have a medical exemption or that have been asked by the Ministry of Health to stay home and isolate.

  • Children will regularly sanitize their hands

  • Classrooms will be well ventilated

  • If there is a COVID case at our school we will work with the Ministry who will guide us through the process and we will keep you informed

Please be assured that our main priority is the safety and wellbeing of your children. We will do our very best to ensure that our school is safe and that we follow all government and ministry of education guidelines.

If you have any concerns at all please contact the school office and the Principal will be available to talk to you if you need.

Greg Roebuck


Notice: 26 January 2022
Notice: 20 January 2022

Students Class 2022

If you are unsure of what class your child/ren is in this year
please supply the following information using the below email contact.

Email contact:
Subject: Student's class 2022 required

Students full name:

Notice: 24 November 2021

Dear New Lynn School Whanau,

School Information

It’s been a challenging year for us all managing covid19 and having to adapt and change to the new normal. However, I would like to thank you all for your ongoing support of the school during this difficult time. Because we are still having to operate under restrictions it means that we will not be able to do what we normally do at the end of the year. Please read the information below so that you are aware of the adaptions to the end of the school year.

Reporting to Parents

We will not be sending reports home at the end of this year. This is due to the fact that we have not been able to assess children due to lockdown and the fact that many of our students have not returned to school. Please contact the school office if you would like to discuss this decision.

School Prize Giving

Unfortunately due to covid restrictions, this will not be happening this year.

Year 6 Graduation

We will not be able to hold a formal graduation, however, we will provide graduation certificates for all year 6 children. These will be able to be collected from the office during the last 3 days of school. If you are unable to collect these we will post them out to you.

Classes for 2022

A letter will be sent out to all families with your child’s new class for next year. The children will get a chance to meet their new teacher this year in the class they will be attending in 2022. We are aware that some children will not be at school for this. However please be assured that we will look after all students when everyone returns on Thursday 3rd February 2022.

Last day of school

The last day of school is Wednesday 15th December 2021. School will finish at 1pm. If your address has changed please let the school office know.

I would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and look forward to seeing everyone in the New Year.

Yours Sincerely

Greg Roebuck


Notice: 19 November

ICAS exams

Unfortunately this year due to Covid-19 we were unable to sit some of the ICAS exams. From the exams that we were able to sit here are the English and Digital Technology results: Congratulations to all our students.

Results from the ICAS English exam:

'Distinction': Shima Sato-Lange (Top 6% of year 6 participants in NZ and the Pacific Region)

'Distinction': Mahad Zubair (Top 9% of year 6 participants in NZ and the Pacific Region)

'Merit': Shayaan Hossain (Top 41% of all year 4 participants in NZ and the Pacific Region)
The other six participants received a participation certificate.

Results from the ICAS Digital Technologies Exam

'Distinction': Aaditi Suri (Top 10% of year 6 participants in NZ and the Pacific Region)

'Credit': Umar Ahmed (Top 27% of year 5 participants in NZ and the Pacific Region)

'Credit': Aiden Gajan (Top 15% of year 4 participants in NZ and the Pacific Region)

The other four participants all received a participation certificate.

Notice: 16 November
Notice: 11 November

Letter for parents and whanau at New Lynn school

Kia ora koutou,

I hope this letter finds you and your whānau safe and well.

We are delighted to be able to welcome more tamariki back onsite under Alert Level 3 from next Wednesday 17 November.

We know learning kanohi ki te kanohi is the best option for children and young people. It’s important for them to connect with their friends and teachers and it helps their social, physical and emotional wellbeing.

And so we look forward to starting to bring children back on site. If your child is already attending fulltime they will continue to. For other children returning we are likely to need to manage the numbers of students attending each day to keep everyone safe.

Even with the Delta variant, the risk of COVID-19 transmission in schools is low because of all the public health measures we will have in place. What this will look like:

  • we may need to limit the number of tamariki and staff onsite each day

  • we will keep those onsite in separate groups

  • we’ll ensure our classrooms are well ventilated

  • we’ll continue to practice physical distancing where possible.

In addition to this, all staff and children in Years 4 and above are required to wear face coverings indoors (unless they have an exemption), and we’ll ensure all staff (and external contractors) who are on site are fully vaccinated or will have had had at least one dose of the vaccine and return a negative weekly test.

What you can do to help:

  • stay at home if you or your child is sick

  • avoid catching up with other parents, children and whānau at the gates

  • wear a face covering and maintain a two-metre distance from people not in your household bubble

  • get advice from your doctor if you or your child has complex medical needs (and please get in touch so that we can support your child to return onsite, wherever possible)

  • avoid having playdates inside with children from other families at Alert Level 3.

School will be open on Wednesday 17th November for all children who are returning to school. Further information around start and finish times we will notify you early next week.

We would encourage you to talk to your child about what our plans are and why this is happening.

Please note, we’ll continue to support learning from home for those tamariki who will not be attending onsite.

If you have questions or concerns, you can contact me or your child’s teacher by phone or email.

We look forward to seeing you back at school next week.

Ngā mihi,

Greg Roebuck

Notice: 2 November

Invitation to Information Fono: Covid-19 and Wellbeing of our Children at School

Mālo ni and warm Pacific greetings,

We hope you and your whānau are keeping safe and well.

This is a warm invitation to all our families and communities to talanoa with some of our Pasifika experts about Covid-19 and the wellbeing of our children.

As many of our children are now heading back to school, we want to hold an information fono to make sure that our parents, caregivers and families are provided with the right information and the opportunity to raise any questions and concerns that they might have.

The fono will be particularly focusing on our pre-schoolers and primary school kids.

Join us to hear from our line-up of speakers including:

  • Dr Teuila Percival – Paediatrician, KidzFirst Children’s Hospital

  • Dr Siautu Alefaio-Tugia – Associate Professor, School of Psychology, Massey University

  • Karl Vasau – Principal of Rowandale Primary School

  • Fonoifafo McFarland-Seumanu – Registered Nurse

  • Chris Puli’uvea – Immunologist

  • Dr Natalie Netzler – Virologist

ALL are welcome, so share with your friends and family.

WHEN: Tuesday 2 November 2021, 7pm – 8 pm


Registration link:

After registering, you will receive the Zoom link.

If you have any questions, please contact or


Fale Asafo

Research Assistant



a: PO Box 59244, Mangere Bridge, Auckland, 2151

Notice: 11 October

Term 4 delayed start

Auckland remains at Alert Level 3 Step 1 with the School term 4 being delayed another week at least. This will be reviewed by the Government on 18th October.

Students of essential workers are able to return but are required to fill in the form and have their position confirmed. Please go to the
Alert Level 3 Info page of the website.
Notice: 1 October

Term 3 finished

We hope to see you all in Term 4 and we will keep the website, Facebook, and our NLS Skool Loop app updated when changes are made by the Government.
Notice: 24 September

Lockdown tips with Dr Hinemoa Elder and Nathan Wallis
If you’re the parent of a child or teenager in Auckland, you might be feeling a bit anxious about their wellbeing during the extended lockdown or Alert Level 3.

Lockdown tips with Dr Hinemoa Elder and Nathan Wallis

Notice: 20 September 4pm

Alert Level change for Auckland

Kia Ora te whanau,
Auckland will move to Alert Level 3 at 11:59pm, Tuesday 21 September.

A review of Alert Levels will happen on Monday 4 October.
New Lynn School will be available for 'essential workers' child/ren and those who are required to return to work. Fill in the form online

Notice: 20 September

Blockhouse Bay Intermediate Enrolment for Year 6 Students

Kia ora te whanau

We are aware that with COVID many people are undertaking a juggling act at home, however, with the closing and ballot dates for intermediate schools looming (18th October closes and 26th October Ballot), it is important students are enrolled at an intermediate school. Those in-zone also need to enrol as soon as possible so that schools can begin the transition process and plan for the 2022 school year. If you have yet to enrol your child we encourage you to do so as soon as possible.

Blockhouse Bay Intermediate Year 6 tours

In place of BBI’s Year 6 Experience days that were cancelled this term, BBI has organised Year 6 tours that will occur in Term 4, Week 7. For New Lynn School this will be Thursday 2nd December 9:20am-10:50am. Only enrolled students will be invited to attend. These tours align with BBI’s Developing our Talent (DOT days) so students will see a lot of our exciting programmes they can be a part of when they join BBI, for example, Kapa Haka, Bollywood, Pasifika Beats, Choir, GnT Art, GnT drama, as well as have a look BBI’s library, SPEC and classrooms in action! BBI will organise buses, and will provide permission slips in Week 5.

If you require more information now, please contact the BBI office (

Thank you.

Notice: 13 September

Alert Level Update

Announced at 4pm today Alert Level 4 has been extended for Auckland. Auckland will move to Alert Level 3 at 11:59pm on Tuesday 21 September.

It will remain at Alert Level 4 until then. The Government will confirm this decision on Monday 20 September.

Notice: 13 September


Let’s Get Active Together New Lynn!

We have an opportunity to have you and your whānau join us via an online zoom on Wednesday 15th September from 10.30 – 11 am. This will be instead of your online class on this day. Tobias from Circability is joining us on Zoom to teach us how to juggle. It’s such a fun way to get active where all ages can join in. All you will need for this is 2 balls or rolled-up socks and a couple of pieces of paper. For those who cannot join we will record it so your teachers can share it with you. Let’s try and get everyone connected and getting active.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 799 7751 0952

Passcode: K43v4z

Who is Circability?

Circability helps people of all abilities, in all our communities, by providing social impact circus arts and intervention-based activities that directly address social needs. We do this by increasing the confidence, energy, creativity, and aspiration of people through the joy of discovery. Our programmes use circus as an agent for social change by addressing social needs to positively impact the social fabric of communities and the wellbeing of individuals and families. We put a smile on everybody’s face!

More can be found on Circability’s website:

Notice: 1 September

ICAS Sitting Information

ICAS sitting window extended until 26 Nov 2021.

To give all schools the time to prepare for and sit ICAS at their ease, we are extending your ICAS sitting window to Friday 26 Nov 2021 for the following subjects:

Mathematics | English | Science | Digital Technologies | Spelling Bee

Notice: 31 August

COVID-19 Welfare Contact Cards in English and 9 Pacific languages contains contact info for health, housing, accommodation, food, financial support.

Click on the heading above to take you directly to the page with the links for support and resources.

Notice: 30 August

Auckland to remain at Alert Level 4

Government announced at approximately 4pm today that Auckland will REMAIN at Alert Level 4 for a further 2 weeks.

Notice: 27 August

Auckland to remain at Alert Level 4

Government announced at approximately 3pm today that Auckland and Northland will REMAIN at Alert Level 4 till at least 31st August with a 'possible' further 2 week extension for Auckland.

This will then be reviewed and a decision on an Alert Level given on Monday 30th August.

Notice: 24 August

Children's well-being

Zoe Strange is our Therapeutic Play Therapist at school and she is happy to touch base with families who might be concerned about their children's well-being. Her email is

Home Learning TV | Papa Kāinga TV

This time around Home Learning TV | Papa Kāinga TV will take over TVNZ’s DUKE+1 daytime schedule between 9am and 1pm on week days, with programmes and lessons for children aged 2 to 11 years.

DUKE+1 is available on Freeview channel 18 (or Sky channel 504). Episodes will also be available OnDemand soon after the original broadcast.

Home Learning TV - TVNZ website

Notice: 23 August

Alert Level 4 Lockdown - Auckland

23 August 2021 - Alert Level Announcement.

Government has announced at approximately 4pm today that Auckland will REMAIN at Alert Level 4 till 31st August which is next Tuesday.

This will then be reviewed and a decision on an Alert Level given.

Notice: 19 August

Alert Level 4 Lockdown - Auckland

Kia ora koutou,

Things you need to know about Alert Level 4

  • Schools and early learning services are closed onsite, but open for distance learning

  • Only essential services or business can open

  • In Alert Level 4, only essential businesses and services are operating. This means that parents and caregivers may be required to go to work, rather than work from or stay at home. At Alert Level 4 you will need to make your own childcare arrangements.

  • Face coverings are a vital tool to reduce spread

  • Only leave your home if you need to, and please wear a face covering when you do. We know of instances where people have picked up Delta simply by walking past someone with it.

  • Face coverings are required on public transport and domestic flights, in taxis and ride-share services and at any business operating at Alert Level 4 (supermarkets, pharmacies etc.). Those aged under 12 remain exempted from having to wear face coverings.

  • People must only leave their homes for essential purposes

  • You can only leave home to shop for groceries, access necessary healthcare, get a COVID-19 test, exercise in your local area or go to work if you are working in an Alert Level 4 service and you cannot work from home.

  • Schools will be cleaned and contact tracing will take place if there is a confirmed case who was infectious when at school

  • School cleaning will take place when we move to Alert Level 3.

Fundamental public health measures continue to apply at every alert level:

• Physical distancing

• Hand hygiene

• Cough and sneeze etiquette

• Regularly cleaning and disinfecting high touch surfaces

Testing remains a crucial component in preventing an outbreak

If people have cold or flu symptoms they should call their doctor or Healthline on 0800 358 5453 for advice about getting tested. If recommended to get tested, they should do so.

Stay within your personal bubble

Agencies you can contact for assistance

Many families may find it tough going back into Alert Level 4. It can be challenging having children at home, being cut off from family and friends, trying to make ends meet and have high stress levels.

For people with disabilities or autism and their support people, the Explore 0800 000421 phone service is available to provide advice or support. This includes advice or support around challenging behaviours. To access this service, you don’t need a referral and it doesn’t matter whether you’re new to Explore, currently on their waitlist or you’ve worked with them previously. The service is available Monday to Friday 9.00am–5.00pm. When you phone the 0800 number you will be connected with an administrator who will then book you an appointment with one of the specialists.

If you or anyone you know wants some advice or support over this time here are some further options that might be useful.

Support services that remain open:

Women’s Refuge 0800REFUGE or 0800 733 843

Shine 0508 744 633

Alcohol and Drug Helpline 0800 787 797

Oranga Tamariki call centre 0508FAMILY

CADS 0800 367 222

Narcotics Anonymous 0800 628 632

Alcoholics Anonymous 0800 229 6757

Lifeline 0800 543 354 or free text 4357

Youthline 0800 376 633 or free text 234

Samaritans 0800 726 666

Outline (LGBT) 0800 688 5463

Depression Helpline 0800 111 757

Suicide Prevention Helpline 0508 828 865

The Fono West (Social Services) 09 837 1780

Counselling Free Call or Text 1737

Healthline for COVID-19 health advice: 0800 358 5453

Work and Income services centres are closed. However, you can apply for assistance via MyMSD or phone the contact centre on 0800 559 009.

If you need some assistance with food these food banks may be able to help. Call first for instructions of how they are operating to ensure physical distancing:

Auckland City Mission (City) 09 303 9200

Salvation Army (Henderson) 09 837 4471

Vinnies Auckland (Newton) 09 815 6122 or 0800 6800

Hope Centre (New Lynn) 02108048436

Vision West (Glen Eden) 09 818 0716 – Mon, Wed, Fri only

If you’re in Auckland, the Auckland Emergency Management website may be useful.

If you know someone who needs financial assistance, please tell him/her to call the free government helpline 0800 779 997 (8am–1am, seven days a week).

If you know someone is feeling anxious, frustrated or needs a listening ear, they can call or text 1737 to talk with a trained counsellor. It is free 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Notice: 17 August

Alert Level 4 Lockdown - Auckland

Coronavirus Update: August 17 2021

Kia ora te whanau

At 6pm Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced Auckland will go into LOCKDOWN LEVEL 4 restrictions for 7 days.

Schools will be closed as of 11.59pm tonight and teachers will make contact with whanau through Seesaw and any other means possible. In the meantime please stay safe in your bubble.

Please note we will endeavour to bring you more information as it becomes available to us at New Lynn School. Keep an eye on our Facebook page, Skool Loops App and school website.

Notice: 13 July

Term 3 start

Monday 26th July - Teacher ONLY day, school is closed to ALL students.
Term 3 will start Tuesday 27 July at 8.55am for all students.

Notice: 4 July

School to close early Thursday 8th July 1pm and Friday 9th July 2pm

Thursday 8 July 1pm - School will close to all students at 1pm for parent/teacher interviews which will start at 2pm - 7pm. For those students that attend SKIDS, they will be onsite at 1pm for you.

Friday 9 July 2pm - School will close to all students at 2pm. This is the last day of term 2.

Term 3 will start Tuesday 27 July at 8.55am.

Notice: 1 June

School to close for the afternoon early

Tuesday 29 June 1pm
The NZEI (primary teachers' union) has advised that they are holding union meetings in June. New Lynn School teaching staff will be attending a meeting on the afternoon of Tuesday 29 June - our school will close at 1pm on this day. Please make arrangements for your children to be picked up by 1pm.
Thank-you for your understanding.

Notice: 22 May

Mathematics Parent Workshops

Starting Monday June 14th, 21st, 28th and July 5th Cost: FREE
Click on the link above to fill in the form to select your time.

Notice: 14 May

Pink Shirt Day

Notice: 21 April
Notice: 20 April

KidsCan Breakfast Film & Photo Shoot

We have the KidsCan organisation coming into our school to do a photo and film shoot of our children.

They are looking for the following;

  • We are looking for approx. 15 x year 3 & 4 children and 15 x year 5 & 6 children

  • It is really important that we capture the amazing cultural diversity that is present in your school, as it is a great representation of all of the children we support throughout NZ. So we are hoping for a mix of all ethnicities, including but by no means limited to NZ European

  • Each child who participates will need to fill in the consent form with the parent/s or caregiver/s signature.

The images will be used to promote KidsCan and possible others who are involved in supporting the food in schools programmes.

Children who don't use the breakfast facilities are still welcoming to apply.

Please be prepared to be at school by 8:00am on Wednesday 11th May as filming and photographs will begin early.

We will give out more information as it comes to hand.

Please download and fill out the permission slip returning it back to our office, or request one at the office to complete.

KidsCan Permission Slip (click for form)

Notice: 7 April

Girls Basketball Visit at new lynn school