Sometimes in your life stuff happens and you do not know what to do. At times like this it can help to talk to someone else.

Right now as a school, (and community), we are in times of uncertainty and facing some unknown new challenges. If you are struggling with this, or anything else, please do make contact.

There is a lot of useful information on the Ministry of Health Covid 19 page:

Health and wellbeing advice​​​​​​​


Self-help tools

  • Melon is an app with a health journal, resources and self-awareness tools to help you manage your emotional wellbeing. You can also join their online community to connect with and support others, and watch daily webinars about health and wellbeing (Melon Health)

  • Mentemia is an app that you can use to monitor, manage and improve your mental wellbeing by setting daily goals and tracking your progress (Mentemia)

  • Staying on Track is an e-therapy course that teaches you practical strategies to cope with the stress and disruption of day-to-day life (Just a Thought)

  • Working through depression is a personalised online programme that focuses on positivity, lifestyle changes and problem solving (The Journal at

  • Working through problems with Aunty Dee is a tool to work through problems, generate ideas and find a solution (Le Va)

Click on the images below to go to their websites.


Stand up, speak out and stop bullying in NZ.

Yesterday we supported Pink Shirt Day. This day is to remind ourselves that bullying is not ok and that inclusion and kindness is how we treat all of God's children.

We had a gold coin donation and sausage sizzle to raise money for the Mental Health foundation. Thank you to those who helped run this event!