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Tuesday 28 January to Friday 27 March
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Monday 20 July to Friday 25 September 
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Monday 12 October to Wednesday 9 December

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Published: Thursday, 09 April 2020 15:05

Here we are at the end of the second week of Lockdown.  Our teachers have been very busy preparing for Term 2, which begins on Wednesday 15 April. 
Here is our Term 2 Newsletter which has important information about the delivery of online lessons and contact details for key staff. 

Further Update Re Covid 19

Published: Tuesday, 24 March 2020 13:14

This is the latest advice from the Ministry of Education.   The school holidays are being brought forward and will start officially on Monday 30 March and go to Tuesday 14 April.

Teachers will be using the remaining few days of this term, to set up any tasks assignments/activities that would normally be associated with the school holidays in terms of completing current work and preparing for the first day of Term 2,  Wednesday 15 April.  

Students will still be required to stay at home once school starts again on 14 April. Teachers will also be working from home and online lessons will be provided online to students.  


Prime Minister's Announcement re:School Closure

Published: Monday, 23 March 2020 15:41

Further to the Prime Minister's announcement, Auckland Girls' Grammar School is closed to students as of 3 pm today, Monday 23 March except for those students of parents who work for essential services, who can continue to come to school tomorrow and Wednesday.

If you are a parent who works in an essential services area, e.g. supermarket, petrol station, health service, hospital, or rest home and will need to have your daughter come to school on Tuesday and Wednesday please contact the office to let us know

More information for students who are studying for NCEA will come from NZQA in due course.

We will do all we can to keep our students and their parents informed over the coming days and weeks as the situation develops.  

Samoan Fia Fia Night will still go ahead

Published: Monday, 16 March 2020 15:45

Just to confirm that despite the cancellation of the ASB Polyfest, the Samoan Fia fia night will still go ahead this evening, 16 March at 6.30 p.m. in the Dorothy Winstone Centre.

ASB Polyfest has been cancelled

Published: Monday, 16 March 2020 15:35

Official Update from The Polyfest Trust - 16 March 2020


New Zealand's position to proactively stop any further spread of COVD-19 has changed gears and we are expecting that restrictions on mass and public gatherings will be announced in the next few days.  We have made it clear that any decision to cancel ASB Polyfest would require a directive from the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Education.

 The Polyfest Trust has met with its key stakeholders today to consider all the information provided by these agencies and agree that our event must be cancelled in the best interest of current public health advice.

Although an official statement from Government regarding mass and public gatherings is expected soon, we want to give people as much notice as possible so other arrangements can be made. This includes looking at options which will allow student performers to submit their performances for judging as well as fulfil assessment obligations in relation to NCEA credits. We will be working closely with stage co-ordinators and schools on how we can best accommodate this.

Media Release - 16 March 2020

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