It is with sadness that we advise the Ao Tawhiti community that Nadine Walmisley has tendered her resignation effective from Term Three, 2021. Nadine has been a parent, Learning Advisor and Community Leader, involved since Discovery 1 opened in 2001. She is an integral part of our community, making an immense contribution to the kura. […]
Tēnā koutou whānau The Board of Trustees invites ākonga students, whānau families and kaimahi staff to participate in a charter consultation check in. We would like your feedback on our school charter’s goals to check we are on the right track. Please see this form for the link to the charter and to give the […]
Ao Tawhiti Unlimited Discovery is an Area School located in central Christchurch. We are looking for a fixed term IT technician for 18 hours per week. This position would commence on Monday April 26th and finish on Friday December 17, 2021. To be successful in this role you need to be able to: Provide basic […]
It’s 2021 and the Board has a new collective framework for Fundraising. The funds raised will help Ao Tawhiti to sustain the 1:1 model essential for our special character. Click here if you have time and passion to contribute.
Kia ora koutou As I am sure you are aware the government has placed Auckland into level three and the rest of the country into level two for seven days, beginning on the 28th February at 6am. The government has stated that schools remain open during level two. We will closely follow the advice of […]
Kia ora koutou As the 2020 formal got postponed due to being in Level 2, it has been moved to a new date: Friday 19th March 2021 at the Show Gate, Riccarton Park! Tickets are $55 per person, and will be sold on floor 1 at the bottom of the stairs, every Tuesday and Thursday at lunchtime. You can […]
Kia ora koutou It was great news to hear we are moving to Alert Level 1 so quickly. While new cases in the community are always disappointing to hear of, it is reassuring to see how quickly they have been identified. I am sure we are all grateful for the efforts of our health workers, […]
Kia ora koutou As you are probably aware the government has advised that Christchurch will be shifting to alert level two, as of midnight tonight. At the moment this alert level will be in place for 72 hours. The government has stated that schools remain open during level two. We will closely follow the advice […]
Kia ora whānau For the safety of our tamariki (children) please don’t drive up the pathway beside the kura (school), or park in the accessible car parks next to the school building at the beginning and end of the school day. This page on our website has further information regarding dropping off and picking up […]
Hello, Kia ora, Talofa Lava, Malo e lelei I am really excited to be able to introduce myself as the new director of Ao Tawhiti Unlimited Discovery. I would like to acknowledge the mahi done by the founding director Steven Mustor and the impressive legacy that he has left at our kura. I am looking […]
Kia ora whānau of students starting in 2021! AO TAWHITI BEGINNING SCHOOL INFO FOR NEW STUDENTS AND WHĀNAU IN 2021 We are so looking forward to meeting you next week! This communication outlines the important information for the first week of school and has some further links you may find helpful. MONDAY 1 FEBRUARY – […]
Welcome Beth Manders (Years 7 to 13) and Hannah Mustor (Years 1 to 6) filling in as HBLAs for Term 1.
STARTING DATES FOR 2021 Monday 1 February – Homebase selection day [School open for visits only]Tuesday 2 February – Teacher only day [School closed]Wednesday 3 February – Teacher only day [School closed]Thursday 4 & Friday 5 February – IEMs [School open – supervision for Y1-6 only] Saturday 6 February – Waitangi DayMonday 8 February – Waitangi […]
Ao Tawhiti Unlimited Discovery School Board of Trustees’ ElectionDeclaration of Student Election Results Student representative votes:HENDERSON-WALSHE George 19HITCHINGS-ANSTICE Ferdinand 7HORN Kate 17OPIE Rosa 41WILSON Dom 45Invalid votes 10 I hereby declare Dominic Wilson duly elected. SignedJacinta BuistReturning Officer24 September 2020
Tēnā koutou whānau Message from the Board of Trustees – New Director Appointment Thank you for your participation in the community presentations on Friday. Your feedback helped the board during our interview and deliberation process. We are very pleased to announce that we have appointed Anita Yarwood to be our new Director from the start […]