Tēnā tatou e te whānau,
We have been advised by Government that Wellington will be moving to Level 2 from midnight Monday 15 through to Wednesday, 17 February.
Toi Whakaari remains open at Level 2.
The health and safety of our people (staff, students and visitors) remains our top priority.
What’s happening for Toi Whakaari at Te Whaea
Level 2 means Toi Whakaari remains open and we continue with our increased level of safety, hygiene measures, staying home when sick and tracking movements.
Should you need to contact us, we can be reached as follows:
Tanea Heke – Director firstname.lastname@example.org / 021 886 972
Craig Atkins – Registrar email@example.com / 021 0826 2095
For media inquires: Brianne Kerr firstname.lastname@example.org / 021 1655 784
SUNDAY 14 FEBRUARY
The following changes will be made for our pōwhiri to welcome our new students, staff, whānau and manuhiri on Monday 15 February:
Venue change: the pōwhiri will now be outside at the Te Whaea upper car park
Time change: please meet outside Te Whaea at 11am for 11.30am start (previously a 9.30am start) – tuākana students will be on site to help you.
Director, Toi Whakaari