Alert Level 2
Kia ora koutou
Welcome back to Term 2 and Alert Level 2!
We hope you are all well and taking care of yourselves? We again, appreciate this is a busy time for schools, settling back into school/kura life and establishing routines.
We would like to let you and your team know we continue to offer our service to support you.
We are planning for the move into Alert Level 2 on the 18th May, following the information shared by MOE and how this relates to RTLB provision.
During alert level 2, RTLB are able to work across schools should their presence be desired on your school sites.
With this in mind, please could you let me know if you would:
Welcome RTLB back on your school/kura site in Alert Level 2 and if so what date would you welcome them from?
If you do not wish to have RTLB on site during level 2 please let me know if:
You would like RTLB to continue working with your school/kura as they have during level 3 and 4 (remotely as in zoom, emails and phone calls) until further notice
You would like to change/review how RTLB are working with your school/kura with your liaison RTLB and/or myself
We understand that schools/kura will be adjusting their plans on a daily basis, so please feel welcome to update me or your liaison RTLB at any time.
We assure you that our Te Paeroa team have good health & safety guidelines in place;
- RTLB will maintain good hygiene practices
- Hand sanitizer will be in their cars
- If RTLB are unwell they will be asked to remain home and follow the advice of MoH
- RTLB will have a contact tracing register in their car to record all adults, ākonga and classes they come into contact with
- RTLB will follow all school/kura health & safety guidelines in place
- Keep physical distance when visiting your school/kura
With the above information, I can endeavour to give you the RTLB support you require as we move into level 2.
Thanks in advance for your responses. We look forward to seeing you all back in your kura with your ākonga sometime soon.
Ngā mihi nui
Te Paeroa RTLB
South and East Christchurch
He waka eke noa - We are all in this together