The latest OPS Information related to the Covid Protection Framework Orange - Phase 3

As a school we update our plans and procedures based on the most up to date information from the Ministry of Health (MOH) and Ministry of Education (MOE)

OPS - DRAFT Covid Response Plan For Whānau - Jan 2022

This site has 2021 learning. Your child can access the learning from 2021 for their 2022 Year level.

If your child has to isolate at home, the teacher will be in contact to share learning.

Health and wellbeing


If you have COVID-19 symptoms, call the dedicated COVID-19 Healthline for free on 0800 358 5453

For any other health concerns, call the general Healthline number on 0800 611 116.

All calls to Healthline are free and someone is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

1737, need to talk?

For support with anxiety, distress or mental wellbeing, call or text 1737 to talk with a trained counsellor for free, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Covid Services & Support

Note. This video refers to a COVID-19 Readiness Checklist which has now been revised to be the COVID-19: Isolation Plan.

Preparing for COVID-19

You can also prepare for COVID-19, making sure you and your household have a plan and know what to do. This will mean your whānau and community can help each other if needed. Find out more here:

· Be prepared for COVID-19

· Download the COVID-19 Readiness Checklist [PDF, 121 KB]

· What to expect when self-isolating at home

Self-isolating at home because of COVID-19

Many people will be able to manage self-isolation with help from friends and whānau, but there is help available if you need it – both with health support and access to food and other essentials.

· What to expect when self-isolating at home | Unite against COVID-19 (

· Getting extra support if you have COVID-19 or are self-isolating | Unite against COVID-19 (

· COVID-19 positive – managing your symptoms | Health Navigator NZ

If you know anyone in your community affected by COVID-19 and who may need help, such as food and other financial assistance, Work and Income has a range of supports available for individuals, families, employers and self-employed people affected by COVID-19.

Work and Income support

The beginning of the year can be a tough time for parents who are faced with many costs and it is important you are aware of what assistance you may be able to get from Work and Income. These are available to people on a low income as well as those on a benefit.

Check what you might get here

· School costs

· Out of School Care and Recreation (OSCAR) Subsidy

· Other Childcare Assistance

· School and Year Start-up Payment (for people getting Orphan’s Benefit or Unsupported Child’s Benefit)

· Help with living costs (including food and rent/mortgage)

Use the links above or call 0800 559 009 to find out more, or to apply.

MoneyTalks can assist with free budgeting and debt help

You can also contact your local community provider. Please find more information here.