Join us for 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, South Auckland Middle School (SAMS) removes barriers to learning and offers success for all students (of all abilities). Located on Mahia Road, in Wattle Downs, SAMS 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 each overseen by an experienced Academic Manager who monitors the child's progress and assists in personalizing the curriculum to their personal needs. Our Community Liaison Manager works with students, families and members of the local community to ensure learning is fully supported. Come along on Tuesday, August 15th between 5-7pm and meet our expert educators and see how we can help your child excel in 2018. For further details or to register interest, please contact Fiona on 09 266 695 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to all our essential service workers working tirelessly to ensure our communities are kept safe.
Issac is 81years old and was observed by a member of the public struggling to walk to the supermarket. A quick interaction with Isaac revealed he was in need of some intervention.
Community Constable Reuben Boniface ?♂️ was able to connect Issac with Age Concern Southland and with their assistance provide a care package of cooked meals and loaves of bread to help him through this time ? #kindnessgoesalongway
We want to celebrate the unsung heroes who are keeping our country going through lockdown.
Frontline nurse Debra Larsen's life has turned into a "real whirlwind" since the coronavirus outbreak began.
She's been so busy setting up testing centres around the Waikato. and helping them run smoothly that she's barely seen her two teenage daughters.
Do you know a coronavirus lockdown champion who deserves to be recognised? Tell us about them in the comments below.
To read more about Debra's life on the frontline, click here.
i went from Papatoetoe to manurewa and found only one very expensive shop open in manukau, near the event centre. do you know of any other shop. yesterday 20 people were outside so I did not wait to go in. what a problem. what is happening to all the fruit and vegetable that grows in this country if shops are closed.