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Guidance for school leaders and staff

In a COVID-19 resurgence requiring schools, kura or wharekura to close, principals/leaders will inform their teachers about:

  • the plans for learning to continue
  • what resources tamariki will be provided with and how they’ll be distributed
  • keeping in contact with tamariki
  • communicating with parents/whānau/caregivers about how their tamariki will learn from home and what they can to do to help.

Information and guidance for schools, kura and wharekura during a COVID-19 resurgence is on the Ministry of Education website, Advice for Schools/Kura page.

Ministry of Education – Advice for Schools/Kura

 

Guidance and supports for delivering hybrid models of learning

Schools across New Zealand are adopting hybrid learning to ensure continuity of learning during COVID-19 disruptions. Hybrid learning also offers opportunities for future-focused curriculum, teaching and learning. The guide below can help you plan for hybrid learning in your school. 

For additional insights on planning for hybrid learning models, watch this interview Keeping students learning with a hybrid approach with Derek Wenmoth and Dr Lesley Murrihy.

Keeping students learning with a hybrid approach

Derek Wenmoth and Dr Lesley Murrihy provide insights on planning for hybrid learning models