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Wednesday 8 April 2020 | Written by Katrina Lintonbon | Published in Education

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Keep calm and carry on
School packs for students: Mata Puia-Huch and her son Lilrics are pleased to have an educational school pack, now that the holidays have been extended. The homework package was handed out to Takitumu Primary students after government closed schools early due to the coronavirus pandemic. Lilric is also kept occupied at home planting avocado and passion seeds, but he is looking forward to returning to school. 20040713.

With school holidays extended for another two weeks the Ministry of Education gives reassurances to students sitting NCEA this year and promises to keep them informed every step of the way.

With school holidays extended for another two weeks the Ministry of Education gives reassurances to students sitting NCEA this year and promises to keep them informed every step of the way.


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