COVID-19 UPDATES

Information from the Ministry of Education 1/04/2020 (edited)

 It is a good idea to ensure that your children are safe online during this time of lockdown. Make sure you have an agreement with your children about what they can do online including sites they can visit and appropriate behaviours including: reviewing and approving games and apps before they

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Welcome to Dairy Flat School

Strive for Excellence, Care for All

Principal’s Welcome

Kia Ora,
Welcome to Dairy Flat School.
Dairy Flat is a rural haven close to Auckland, where our families can enjoy the freedom of space and feel connected to the country. The school greatly benefits from strong support from our community.

Our school aims to “provide the best possible learning experiences and environment to facilitate students to become lifelong learners who strive for excellence, value diversity, think creatively and care for themselves and others.” We believe that ‘everyone can become a powerful learner, in a supportive, connected learning environment based on respect for each other and reflective practices.’

Dairy Flat School has a long and proud tradition. The school was established in 1878, and from old accounts of the district, Dairy Flat had a predecessor, Pukeatua School, which had a roll of twenty. The school has certainly progressed from its early beginning and now proudly offers excellent learning and teaching. We are responsive to the community and the needs of the children.

Debbie Marshall
​Principal

Learning at Dairy Flat School

Our Learning

Our Values

Activities

Newsflash

Information from the Ministry of Education 1/04/2020

Keeping on line safe You may want to encourage your parents, caregivers and whānau to discuss internet safety with their children – of all ages. They should agree with their children what they can do online including sites they can visit and appropriate behaviours including: reviewing and approving games and apps before they are downloaded reviewing privacy settings of sites and applications checking children’s profiles and what they are posting online check the sites your child is accessing reminding children that anything that is posted online will be permanently on the internet taking the time to understand what sites they are visiting and who they are talking with and check in regularly some social media sites have age restrictions to join,

Events

Monday, April 6

SCHOOL CLOSED DUE TO COVI-19
All Day
SCHOOL HOLIDAY BREAK MOVED TO BE INCLUDED IN SELF ISOLATION PERIOD

Tuesday, April 7

SCHOOL CLOSED DUE TO COVI-19
All Day
SCHOOL HOLIDAY BREAK MOVED TO BE INCLUDED IN SELF ISOLATION PERIOD

Wednesday, April 8

SCHOOL CLOSED DUE TO COVI-19
All Day

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