Alert Level 4: School is closed. Home Learning links are out now – see below, or on Hero & Seesaw. Take care everyone!
Kia ora whānau I know that you will have tuned into the Covid announcement from the Prime Minister this evening. As of tonight (Tuesday) at midnight, we will be moving to Alert Level 4. This means that the school will be closed for the next seven days. Our priority right now is the wellbeing of our … Read moreAlert Level 4
Kia Ora Whānau This term we have been doing lots of great learning around Matariki, which has finally been given the status it deserves as a national public holiday starting in 2022. Next Friday to celebrate Matariki and the learning we have been doing, we have our annual Matariki Breakfast. This is a chance for … Read moreMatariki Breakfast Friday 9 July
Malo Chelsea! In celebration of Samoan Language Week all learners are invited to come along to school in their best Island themed gear on Thursday 3rd June. No gold coin required! Please feel free to join us on the 3rd at 9:15am in the hall for our Samoan Language Week assembly.
The TravelWise Team would like to invite you to take part in a very special event. Next Friday, the 16th of April, Chelsea is hosting a Walking Awareness Bright Outfit Day. Bring out your brightest most outrageous outfit. From bright socks and shoes to coloured hair spray. Think outside the box. The more outlandish the … Read moreTravelwise Bright Day
Trivia Night 2021 – ‘The Holidays’ The highlight of the Chelsea Primary School social calendar is returning Saturday 26 June, 7pm until late. Book a babysitter as this event is R18! Trivia night is our annual Quiz night where parents get together in a group of 10, pick a table theme, dress up and have a … Read morePTA Events – School Disco & Trivia Night 2021
Kia ora whānau Great news that we will be moving to Alert Level One today. Because of the timing of this decision, we will keep to our Level 2 protocols at the end of the school day today. This means that our littlest learners will be brought up to the gates by their teachers. We … Read moreMoving to Level 1
Kia ora whānau Firstly, a massive thanks for managing learning at home this week. We were all able to swing into action quickly and get underway. I can appreciate the stress of working at home whilst trying to manage young children. Hopefully, some relaxation is in order this weekend! A big thanks also to the … Read moreMoving to Level 2 from this Sunday Morning
Kia ora whānau You will have heard that from tomorrow morning (Sunday) Auckland will be returning to Alert Level 3. It’s not the news that anyone is wanting to hear at all, but I am so grateful that our campers and our Year 5 EOTC weeks were able to go ahead in these ever-changing times. … Read moreLevel 3 again
Kia ora whānau Great news for your Monday. From tomorrow, we will be moving back to Alert Level 1. This means that the gates will be unlocked and that we can welcome you back onto our grounds. Please continue to use the Covid App to scan in. Also, please have a chat with your children … Read moreLevel 1 Again