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Kia Ora Whanau,

Hope you are all warm and keeping safe. Auckland is now at Step 1 at Alert Level 3. Some restrictions have been eased to allow you to meet close friends and whānau.

  • You should continue to work or study from home if you can.

  • You are encouraged to continue wearing a face covering when you leave your home and when physical distancing is not possible.

  • Keep scanning QR codes, or keep another record of where you go.

Outdoor social gatherings between 2 households

* Outdoor social gatherings between 2 households can go ahead, with a maximum of 10 people. The natural ventilation outside makes it harder for the virus to spread. You are strongly encouraged to wear a face covering and keep 2 metres apart from the other household. 

* You can, for example, invite people from another household over for dinner in your backyard, but they cannot enter your house or use indoor facilities.

* Tamariki (children) can have playdates with 1 other household at a time — as long it is outside and they do not go inside or use indoor facilities.

* You can meet close friends and whānau from 1 other household at the park for a picnic or BBQ. You cannot travel in the same vehicle as people from the other household.

Recreation

You can travel throughout the Auckland region for day trips to do an expanded range of outdoor recreation activities. A maximum of  2 households can gather, with a limit of 10 people. You must maintain 2-metre physical distancing. 

The following activities are permitted:

  • golf

  • hunting

  • sailing and boating — all boating activities should be limited to people from the same household

  • fishing from a private motorised boat or vessel

  • scuba diving

  • jetskiing

  • recreational flying

People from outside the Auckland region cannot travel into Auckland for recreation purposes.

Outdoor exercise classes

Outdoor exercise classes, for example, yoga or boot camp, can take place with a maximum of 10 people, from 10 households. The limit includes the instructor taking the class. 

Everyone must stay 2 metres apart. We encourage you to wear a face-covering when you are not exercising. You will not be able to use any indoor changing facilities. 

Early learning centres
  • Early learning centres can reopen to all children, with a maximum of 10 children in each bubble.

  • Parents and caregivers must wear a face covering when picking up and dropping off their tamariki.

  • The Ministry of Health is asking early childhood teachers to get tested for COVID-19 before they return to teaching, even if they do not have symptoms. This testing is not a requirement but is encouraged. Regular testing helps us to identify any undetected chains of transmission in the community.

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Term Dates for 2021

Term 1

Tuesday 2nd February  - Friday 16th April 

Term 2

Monday 3rd May - Friday 9th July

Term 3 

Monday 26th July - Friday 1st October

Term 4

Monday 18th October - Wednesday 15th December

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Cohort Dates 2021

Term 1

Week 6 - Monday 8th March 2021

Term 2

Week 1 - Tuesday 27th April 2021

Week 6 - Monday 31st May 2021

Term 3

Week 1 - Monday 26th July 2021

Week 6 - Monday 30th August 2021

Term 4

Week 1 - Monday 18th October 2021

Week 6 - Monday 22nd November 2021