Signing In and Out Process

Changes to sign in/out procedures and collection of students by caregivers.

We would like to take this opportunity to advise of slight changes to sign in/out procedures and collection of students by caregivers.

Start of the Day

A reminder that school starts each day with Hui Arotahi. Our expectation is that students are prepared and ready to enter their tutor class/BRPAC for the start of Hui Arotahi at 8.40am (the only exception to this is Wednesday, when classes commence for students at 9am). Realistically, students should be through the school gates by 8.35am to allow them to get to class on time.

Late to school 8.40am to 9am (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday)

For those students that arrive after 8.40am, we remind you that they are signed in as being late by Deans on the school gate – the reason for lateness is also logged at this time. Students are then sent directly to Hui Arotahi. Teachers can check that students were signed in by using KAMAR.

Late to school after 9am (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday)

Students arriving after 9am will now report to the Bursars office – with a note explaining why they are late.

Late to School (Wednesday)

Students should be through the school gates by 8.55am to allow them to be ready to enter their period one class at 9am. Deans will be on the gates to sign in those students who arrive up to 10 minutes late – should there be no Deans on the gate by the time a student arrives, the student is to sign in at the bursars office.

Students Signing out of School

Students who need to sign out of school (with a valid reason) do so at the front reception office. Parents must report to reception to collect students that have been signed out. 

Should parents request a student to be signed out, we ask that they report to reception to do this. We advise parents that there may be waiting time to allow for notification to reach a students classroom. Students are not to be asked to leave class via text message at any time.

Glen Denham

Principal

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