Home Learning Links

Welcome to our Learn at Home Google Site. This is a source you can go to - to help with online learning. The activities in here are all optional - but will give you lots of ideas with activities and online apps that can help with learning. Some of these online pages have costs - but due to Coronavirus many are free at the moment or offering 30 days free trial. There are further links in Religious Education, Maths, Reading ,Writing and Other if you want more ideas - but realistically just doing what is assigned by the teacher is sufficient. Please keep in touch with the teacher - remember everything we are giving you is a guideline only - you need to feel comfortable! Don't overdo it and make the learning too stressful for both you and your child.

Everything else is optional! So have fun :)

Here are some apps from the app store that can be useful on devices

Stay connected to the classroom with Seesaw

Students in the senior classes have work assigned via google classroom

Reading Eggs makes learning to read interesting and engaging for kids, with great online reading games and activities.

ABC Reading Eggspress makes reading real books, improving spelling skills and building reading comprehension highly engaging for kids aged 7 to 13.

Mathletics is a captivating online learning space providing students with all the tools they need to be successful learners, both in the classroom and beyond.

All about our native plants, animals and conservation efforts in a child friendly format

A New Zealand Encyclopedia

The Ultimate Learning Tool - Studyladder is a web based program built by teachers to help students of all abilities have fun while learning.

NZ's online Math's Teaching tool

KidsLink is an online resource for schools and their family and whanau communities. Here, you will find a range of service providers that specialise in working with children, teenagers and their families with issues that affect their learning, development and well-being.

Safe Search Engine -- For Kids, By Kids !

A Fun Way to learn Touch Typing


In addition to what our Teams have planned for Learning at Home, the Ministry of Education has launched Learning from home and Ki te Ao Mārama, two new websites to support teachers, learners, parents and whānau so that learning for children and young people can continue at home. Click on the links below:

Learning from Home

Ki te Ao Mārama

(Support from the Ministry of Education)

Learning from home (Years 1 - 4)

Learning from home (Years 5 - 8)

Resources for learning support: Inclusive Education

Hard -Copy-Resources (Year 1 - 10)



Mindful moments for Tamariki

The link below provides ideas from the Ministry of Education on how students can continue to be involved in learning experiences at home. They have been organized into specific year levels. Please Note: Some activities are not recommended at this time due to the need for social distancing.

Ideas to help with reading, writing and maths.