Covid

All parents / caregivers and visitors should wear masks and sign / scan in

Adult student enrolling in a 2022 programme

The Vaccination Order released on 26 October 2021 makes COVID-19 vaccinations mandatory for everyone who works for a school, or who may have contact with students or will be present at a time when students are also present. It applies to adult students engaged in onsite programmes.

We all want Hagley to be as safe a place as possible for everyone. We’re required by Government to encourage everyone to get vaccinated and we’re certainly doing that. We understand that you may want to seek information about the vaccine. We encourage you to contact your GP or the Ministry of Health.

In 2022, we can accept only fully vaccinated adult students for places in any programme. This includes day and evening programmes on both our Hagley and Champion St sites. Adult students are classified as those whose 19th birthday occurs on or before 1 January 2022.

Please click here to read the Privacy statement – Vaccination register (Eligible students)

If you are an adult student and wish to enrol in a 2022 programme, you will need to be fully vaccinated and provide evidence to the school when enrolling.

The school is required to collect evidence of vaccination and to store it securely. It’s important to note that the Vaccination Order overrides any Privacy Act right to not provide medical information, but the requirement to properly record and store information remains.

To confirm your vaccination status you will need: an entry on the My COVID Record website or an vaccine passport, immunisation card showing both vaccination dates. If you have an exemption from being vaccinated, please bring a copy of the exemption or authorisation.

We hope that you will choose to continue with your enrolment for 2022. Please be aware that the school does not have any discretion over whether to apply the Vaccination Order and is acting under the direction of Government and the Ministry of Health  If you wish to discuss the Order further, please contact the Ministry on 0800 358 5453 or covid-19response@health.govt.nz.

Covid measures and our students

Covid in Christchurch- not the news we wanted to wake up to on Thursday! With two cases in our Ōtautahi community, we want to reassure our students and school community and to remind them of the things we can be doing to keep ourselves safe.

I also want to acknowledge how you will all be feeling right now! Anxious, frustrated and overwhelmed…and that is just me! Let’s support each other as we deal with this. It certainly should make us empathetic for whānau in Auckland!

At school, we are strongly encourage mask wearing, ventilating the classrooms and spreading out seating arrangements in class– and of course, vaccination. Also, if you are unwell, please stay home.

He waka eke noa – we are all in this together – and we will all get through this together too.

Mihi atu,
Rowan Milburn
Associate Principal

Staying safe at school during Level 2

We’re asking everyone – staff and students – to be responsible for safe hygiene practices at school. We all need to see safety as a package of practices, not just one thing.

The first practice is about safe attendance: only students and staff who are well should be at Hagley. We’ll be monitoring this closely at the beginning of the school day and at the start of classes.

The practices during the school day we’re asking everyone to use are:

  • using hand sanitiser and wipes regularly throughout the school day, particularly when finishing with shared equipment, or when entering or leaving a classroom.
  • following other good hygiene practices (coughing into your elbow, handwashing for at least 20 seconds and drying)
  • using contactless greetings such as a smile and a wave. We recognise people have not seen each other for a while, but we must observe appropriate distance for everyone’s safety.
  • Mask wearing in schools is strongly recommended. Spare masks will be available, however it is appreciated if staff and students provide their own where possible.

Hagley will be doing a lot as well to support what everyone’s doing individually. Extra cleaning is happening during the school day to clean toilets and other shared spaces, including table surfaces, hand rails and door handles.  Contact tracing will be available via our school attendance system, should the need arise.

大家好

远程学习将持续到97日星期二结束。98日星期三将不会为学生提供老师主导的远程学习,以便教职员工为99日返校做准备。

我们从9月9日星期四8点半开始期待并欢迎所有的学生返校。我们从8点半开始老师会议,然后在9点转到正常时间表。

我们三点以后的课程本周将维持在远程学习,然后从913日星期一开始进行现场课程。

2级期间在学校请保持安全

我们要求每个人-教职工和学生-对学校的安全卫生习惯负责。我们都需要将安全视为一系列实践,而不仅仅是一件事。

第一个实践是关于安全出勤:只有身体健康的学生和教职员工才能在Hagley。 我们将在开学日和课程开始时密切监视这一点。

我们要求每个人在上课期间使用的方法是:

  • 在整个上学期间定期使用洗手液和湿巾,尤其是在使用公共设备或进出教师时。
  • 遵循其他良好的卫生习惯(咳嗽时请用肘部遮掩,洗手至少20秒并擦干)
  • 使用非接触式问候,例如微笑和挥手。我们承认人们已经有一段时间没有见面了,但为了每一个人的安全,我们必须保持适当的距离。
  • 强烈建议在学校戴口罩。将提供备用口罩,但如果员工和学生在可能的情况下自备口罩,我们将不胜感激。

Hagley也将尽可能地支持大家。在上学期间会对厕所和其他共享空间进行额外清洁,包括桌子表面,扶手和门把手。如果需要,可以通过我们的学校的出勤系统进行接触者跟踪。

咖啡厅将于9月9日星期四开始营业。

在可能的情况下尽量减少设备共享,要求学生将自己的笔记本电脑带到学校。请所有从学校借过笔记本的学生尽快归还。学生也应携带自己的水瓶。

使用公共汽车去学校

任何经常乘坐公共汽车上学的学生都应该知道,公共服务可能会中断,座位有限。学校了解这些限制,如果学生发现自遇到此类问题,学校将给与包容。

出勤率

不出勤的学生应拨打(03) 3793090 联系我们的出勤热线。看护人也可以通过发送电子邮件至shared@hagley.school.nz

或使用学校应用程序发送缺勤信息。

关于返校的其他担忧

请参考随附的文件,了解返校后我们的工作人员将如何支持您。

校长

Ngā mihi

Mike Fowler

Principal Hagley College