Mask wearing is strongly recommended for first 4 weeks of Term 3
We have recently been advised that the Ministry of Education and Ministry of Health strongly recommend that all schools require mask wearing in all indoor settings in the first four weeks of term two. We support this recommendation and strongly encourage students to wear masks indoors. The public health advice clearly shows that mask wearing is a strong tool in the defence against the transmission of COVID-19 and other airborne respiratory viruses. It is therefore an important additional measure to help keep people safe from potential viruses at this time of year. NOTE: Face masks are still required by mandate on all school buses.
A reminder that if your child is unwell, they should not be sent to school. Stay safe.
Welcome toCentral Hawke's Bay College
Central Hawke’s Bay College is a small co-educational rural school of around 522 students based in Waipukurau in the heart of the Central Hawke’s Bay region. The school was established in 1959 from Waipawa and Waipukurau District High Schools. The college is made up of 38% Maori and 58% European students. The majority of our Maori students are from Ngati Kahungunu and the college has strong links with the local iwi.
The school has strong community support and an excellent reputation as a school who give their students an excellent all round education. The school has modern facilities and expansive grounds which include a small farm next to the school.
For more information:
CENTRAL HAWKE'S BAY COLLEGE
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Post: PO Box 482, Waipukurau | Phone: (06) 858 9203