Middle School West Auckland invites you to our Open Evening to experience the excellent education available for boys and girls in Years 7-10. With no zone, free uniform and stationery and no donations, Middle School West Auckland removes barriers to learning and offers success for all students (of all abilities). Split across two campuses in Henderson, West Auckland, the school has a strong academic focus and keeps class sizes small (no larger than 15 students per class). In addition, students are grouped into villas of 60 students each overseen by an experienced Academic Manager who monitors the child's progress and assists in personalizing the curriculum to their personal needs. Community Liaison Managers work with students, families and communities to ensure learning is fully supported. For those wishing to incorporate Te Ao Maori into their child's education, our Te Reo bilingual immersion unit, Pohutukawa Villa, is an ideal choice. Come along and meet our expert educators and see how we can help your child excel. Join us at our largest campus, Jack Ralston House, at 287-289 Lincoln Road, on Tuesday, September 12th, anytime between 5-7pm. For further details or to register interest, please contact Suzanne on 09 972 1744 or email: email@example.com
Who loves Hot Cross Buns? Nothing beats the smell of a freshly toasted hot cross bun, but as Easter this year will be spent in coronavirus lockdown and your favourite bakery or cafe is closed, we've put together a list of some of the best spices buns you can find or if you're feeling adventurous why not make them.
My personal favourites are from Daily Bread. What's your favourite thing about Easter?
I'm in my late 60s and my father is 93 and only my wife is able to go out. We are having trouble getting to the supermarkets with large ques waiting to get in. I wish this panic buying would stop. Listen to the experts "We will not run out of stock" By bulk buying these people are depriving the elderly of essential goods. Is there a way that a time slot can be set with ALL the supermarkets for Seniors to do their shopping. How can we introduce something like this. Your help would be very much appreciated
Would someone out there be able to tell me why are we (New Zealand) still allowing planes from China, Malaysia, Hong Hong, Honolulu, Santiago, Doha & even Fiji to land here in this lockdown?
I thought that the extended timeframe for these airlines was last Friday.
It is still happening daily.
Before anyone says it's only Air New Zealand flying anywhere or even maybe they are cargo flights, they're not.
The various airlines flying in or out are:
China Eastern Airlines
China Southern Airlines
I do know that Swiss Air and Lufthansa (along with Austrian Airlines later in the week) are here for a 'mercy dash' to remove their citizens via Auckland & Christchurch, so they don't count.