Nga mihi nui ki a koutou katoa te whanau whanui o te Kura Tuatahi o Whakatu – greetings to friends and family of Nelson Central School
Welcome to families new to the school and welcome back to everyone else.
The first symptoms of chickenpox often are a fever, a headache, and a sore throat. You or your child may feel sick, tired, and not very hungry. The chickenpox rash usually appears about 1 or 2 days after the first symptoms start. Some children get the chickenpox rash without having a fever or other early symptoms.
After a chickenpox red spot appears, it usually takes about 1 or 2 days for the spot to go through all its stages. This includes blistering, bursting, drying, and crusting over. New red spots will appear every day for up to 5 to 7 days.
Interviews will take place Monday 4 August to Thursday 7 August. During interviews teachers will discuss the first of two written reports on your child in relation to the National Standards. We believe it is important that these be delivered face-to-face to ensure you have a chance to ask questions and to ensure there are no misunderstandings about what is being reported.
Annual survey of parents
Before School Supervision
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Central school students have entered a nationwide video competition reflecting schools in the future and local business. If you watch the 5 min clip it will help us qualify to win! We might win $2,500 worth of technology for the school.
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