WELCOME TO STOKE SCHOOL
“Tū iti tū tonu mai”
We are proud, humble and will keep striving.
What’s Coming Up
March , 2022
For advice and guidance around Covid19 please visit:
no sport updates currently
Mini Football bubble map
Nayland College Basketball Map
The Stoke School PTA are proud to share these events with you:
Please look out for further fundraisers
Thank you for your support with hot cross buns!
Please retunr your orders ASAP.
Term 1 and 4: DISCO dates
Term 2: cheese rolls
Lost property - we have this available at school between rooms 4 and 5. Large while cupboard.
Second hand uniform - available at the office. Limited sizes in stock at the moment.
Stationery - available from the 18th Jan, 2021 between the hours of 10am and 2pm. Please be patient as we work through this
The COVID-19 Protection Framework introduces a new flexible 3-level approach to managing COVID-19 in the community:
Green - is when there are some COVID-19 cases in the community, and sporadic imported cases. Community transmission will be limited and COVID-19 hospitalisations will be at a manageable level. The health system will be ready to respond, including primary care, public health, and hospitals.
How we stay safe at Green - Record keeping and scanning will be required. Face coverings are mandatory on flights and encouraged indoors.
Where we can go at Green - Public facilities.
Retail. Workplaces. ECEs, schools, kura and tertiary providers. Specified outdoor community events.
Regional boundary restrictions will not apply.
Orange - there will be increasing community transmission that is putting pressure on our health system. The whole of health system will focus its resources, but can continue to manage primary care, public health, and hospitals. There may also be an increasing risk for at-risk people.
How we stay safe at Orange - Record keeping and scanning will be required. Face coverings will be mandatory on flights, public transport, in taxis, retail, public venues, and encouraged elsewhere.
Where we can go at Orange - Public facilities will be open with capacity limits based on 1 metre distancing.
Retail will be open with capacity limits based on 1 metre distancing. Education facilities will be open with public health measures in place. Workplaces. Specified outdoor community events. Regional boundary restrictions will not apply.
Red - action will need to be taken to protect both at-risk people and protect our health system from an unsustainable number of hospitalisations.
How we stay safe at Red - Record keeping and scanning will be required. Face coverings will be mandatory on flights, public transport, in taxis, retail, public venues, and recommended whenever leaving the house.
Where we can go at Red - Public facilities — open with up to 100 people, based on 1 metre distancing.
Retail — open with capacity limits based on 1 metre distancing. Workplaces — working from home encouraged. ECEs, schools, and kura are open with public health measures. Specified outdoor community events — allowed with capacity limits. Regional boundary restrictions may apply.
Who are we?
Here are links to our key information;
Charter 2019 Analysis of Variance 2018
Charter 2020 Analysis of Variance 2019
Our policies and procedures - SchoolDocs