Term Dates 2020
Term 1: Tuesday 28 January - Thursday 9 April
Term 2: Tuesday 28 April - Friday 3 July
Term 3: Monday 20 July - Friday 25 September
Term 4: Monday 12 October - Friday 11 December
Queen's Birthday - Monday 1 June > school closed
Labour Day - Monday 26 October > school closed
SCHOOL IS OPEN - Monday 18 May
Please read the latest notice - with the link at the bottom of the page in the circle.
RETURNING TO SCHOOL AT LEVEL 2 - KEY POINTS TO REMEMBER
Students will return to school on Monday 18 May
The school day starts at 8.50am and finishes at 2.45pm
Bailey Road School will operate as its own bubble and no outside visitors or parents will be permitted onsite
The main office gate will be open to students only from 8.00am - 8.30am, from 8.30am-8.50am the Cotswold and the Hall gates will be open
Before school care students (3oclockdash) will enter through the pedestrian gate by the office as per their usual hours - only these students will be onsite before 8.00am in the Whare Ahuru Mowai
The junior gate (which leads to Rooms 1-9) will be open from 8.30am and parents of students in Years 0-2 will be able to drop off/pick up students by the colourful playground - not going beyond this area (coned off area)
Gates will not be opened until 2.45pm and students are expected to leave the school grounds promptly as gates will be closed again at 3.00pm
After school care (3oclockdash) students will go directly to the hall and follow their procedures
School ipads and Chromebooks that were issued during the lockdown should be returned promptly with their chargers, to the office for cleaning
Different timetables will operate within school allowing for social distancing between teams and year groups during break times
Further details available at www.covid19.govt.nz
Welcome to Bailey Road School
Kia ora, Greetings, Talofa lava, Kia orana, Malo e lelei, Fakalofa Lahi Atu, Namaste, An Young Haseyo, Konichiwha, Bula Vinaka, Akwaaba, Jambo, Shalom, Sawadee, Dobra Dan, Ni Hao, As-salamu alaykum.
Welcome to the Bailey Road School website.
I have the honour of being the Principal of this marvelous school of approximately 500 students.
Community, students, whānau and staff work together to provide our tamariki with all of the learning opportunities and experiences we are able, to arm them with options and choices when they move further along their life journeys.
We endeavour to empower, resource and respect all who work and volunteer at our school so that we can focus our combined energy upon our core roles of teaching, mentoring, guiding and encouraging our tamariki to believe that they can achieve whatever they set out to do.
Whether student or staff member we challenge ourselves daily to be the very best we can be.
Principal - Ray Kelly