SUNDAY 28 FEBRUARY - Covid 19 Level 2 update

Pitopito Kōrero


February 28, 2021


Tanea Heke

Tēnā tatou e te whānau, 

We have been advised by Government that Wellington will be moving to Level 2 for seven days from 6am Sunday 28 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.

  • If you are unwell please stay home.
  • If you are immune-compromised, or live with folk who are, get in touch if you are not intending to come in so that alternative arrangements can be made around teaching and learning.
  • If you have symptoms that are similar to Covid-19 (find them HERE), please isolate and contact Healthline (0800 611 116) for advice about getting a test. You should isolate before getting tested, and afterwards until you have received a negative result.
  • 1 meter social distancing will be in effect.
  • Entry to Te Whaea is limited to the main doors only.
  • Please use the COVID tracer upon entry.
  • Staff, students and manuhiri are all asked to sign in at reception.
  • Staff, students and manuhiri are asked to all BYO mask for situations where physical distancing of 1 meter is not possible.
  • Wash your hands regularly, and cough into your elbow. Hand sanitiser will be available.

Most importantly, be kind to yourself, and those around you. We will get through this by working together.

Any questions

Should you need to contact us, we can be reached as follows:

Tanea Heke – Director / 021 886 972
Craig Atkins – Registrar /021 0826 2095
For media inquiries: Brianne Kerr /021 1655 784