COVID Red Setting Phase 2 Guidelines - Feb 2022

Updated: Feb 19

Community Plan - Phase 2


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FAQs



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Additional info

Self isolation advice

COVID symptoms

Extra support if you are self-isolating or have COVID

Book your Vaccine or call 0800 28 29 26. It’s free.


Guidelines for being at school


Please observe the following guidelines going forward

  • Stay home if you are unwell and get advice about having a test.

  • Follow good hygiene practices - sanitise, wash hands regularly, cough and sneeze into the elbow. Students must sanitise as they come onsite and will be regularly following good hygiene practices throughout the day.

  • Scan in using the COVID QR code or via the physical register. Turn on Bluetooth tracing in the app dashboard.

  • All students Year 4 and above are required to wear masks when indoors or in close contact with others. We ask that parents please provide these masks. As a mixed Year 3/4 class, we recommend masks for all students in Harakeke.

  • Masks must be worn by all caregivers at drop off/pick up and if onsite.

  • Maintain a physical distance - please observe the 2m social distancing rules at all times as recommended by the Ministry of Health, particularly at drop off/pick up times.

  • No non-essential visitors onsite at Red. If you need to come onsite, masks, scanning & distancing rules apply.

Drop-offs and pick-ups will continue at allocated gates - students are to arrive and be collected from the allocated gates, see the map.


Entry is from 8.15am and children must go directly to their learning space. Note there is currently no Before School Care in the Library.


Pick up is 3pm. Please observe the 2m social distancing rules recommended by the Ministry of Health when waiting at the gate.


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