Staying Safe Online

When children learn from home, it’s important to make sure they stay safe online. Here’s a simple, FREE way to block the worst of the web. To Switch on Safety, you need to change the ‘DNS’ setting on your child’s device. Click here for simple instructions on how to do this

These Sparklers activities have been shown to improve wellbeing and boost resilience. We recommend that you make these the focus of home learning with your whānau. 
  1. Start with an activity that appeals to you.
  2. End the activity on a high note (sometimes literally)!
  3. Be prepared to be 'in this together' with your child – sometimes it's uncomfortable to try new things, but hey, you're a great role-model because here you are!

Sites to support independent learning

Your child will have their own personal login to access this reading resource. Teachers will also have assigned 'reading boxes' appropriate for your child. You can also access and follow their learning journey. Please contact your teacher if your child needs help to access this site at home.

This is the recommended site from the Ministry of Education to support numeracy. Your classroom teacher will be able to recommend specific modules. Please contact your teacher if your child needs help to access this site at home.

Here is where Year 7/8 students will find extension reading material. Students will need their own library card to access all materials.

Enrichment Sites

There are various projects here for students of all levels of coding ability. Students in Rooms 1,2,3,5 & 6 will already have their own username and password for this site. Check out the amazing tutorials for inspiration.

This is a fantastic site for Year 7-8 students to learn about current events and to access non-fiction reading. 

This is a fantastic site for Year 4-6 students to learn about current events and to access non-fiction reading. To access the Quiz, Feature Articles and Homework, please request the school username and password.