UPDATE FROM ANI – 2023 School Year delayed start


2023 School Year delayed start 

Kia Ora Whanau,

Earlier today the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) asked The Ministry of Education to take action to help minimise traffic movement on Auckland roads while vital infrastructure is urgently repaired.
With the possibility of further weather damage leading to more disruption, the Secretary for Education has directed that schools, kura, early learning services and Tertiary institutions in the Auckland region (Wellsford to Pukekohe) must close for physical attendance and instruction until 7 February. 

What does this mean for Year 8 interviews?
These will now take place at the same time and place on Tuesday 7 February. The bookings you have already made for Tuesday 31st will be used for this new date. If your booked time does not work for the 7th of February please contact the team to help you book a new time. 

What does this mean for Year 7 students starting with us?
We look forward to welcoming you to our school on the new date of 7 February 2023 at 9am in the Multi-purpose space. 

Will there be an option for distance learning?
There will be no option for distance learning this week as our exciting learning programmes will kick-off in person from Tuesday 7 February.

Will the uniform shop be open this week?
No, the uniform shop will reopen on Tuesday 7 February at 8am. 
We appreciate that this decision has been made at very late notice from the Secretary of Education and understand the disruption this may cause. Our thoughts are with anyone who may be affected by the flooding.

Thank you for your continued support, we are so excited to welcome you all back on February the 7th.
The ANI Team & Board of Trustees