Wednesday, July 5, 2017

New way to shop: Wrap It Up moves to Kindo

Wrap It Up are moving all of their customers to Kindo this term as they amalgamate. Kindo has been around for several years and offers lots of features and a slightly different way to shop that can make things much faster, with all of your students on the same page and integrated questionnaires and other things. They also offer more ways to pay, and will be offering a new app-like interface soon.We will be moving over the holidays and will provide more information as we get closer. Watch this space!

Friday, June 23, 2017

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Elm Park School - Reporting to Parent Questionnaire 2017.

Please find the link to the - Elm Park School - Reporting to Parents Questionnaire 2017. We would appreciate it if you could fill the questionnaire in. Thank you 

Please click HERE for the link to the Elm Park School - Reporting to Parents Questionnaire 2017.

Thursday, May 4, 2017


Please note that the cut off for lunch orders is 9.00 pm the night before. If ordering after that you will be ordering for the following day. Thanks.

Monday, May 1, 2017

Student e-Portfolio's

A reminder to all parents that teachers have now updated student e-Portfolio SITES with assessment information from Term 1. Your child’s e-Portfolio BLOG is also updated throughout each term and we recommend you sign up for the email updates if you haven’t already (there is a link on the blog).   If you’re not sure how to log into either of these please follow in instructions on our website or contact your child’s class teacher or Belinda Johnston (

Monday, April 3, 2017


The Auckland Regional Public Health Service is managing a mumps outbreak in Auckland. More than 35 cases have been confirmed so far and more than half of these are occurring in children and teens aged 10-19 years. “I urge parents to check with their doctors to ensure their families’ measles mumps and rubella vaccinations are up to date. I recommend this is done before the school holidays. Vaccination is free and it will protect your child and the community,” says Medical Officer of Health Dr Michael Hale. Mumps can spread quickly among those who are not immune, particularly in schools. A single child with mumps at secondary school could cause an outbreak, because immunity in that age group is well below the national average. “If parents do not organise vaccination quickly, their children’s learning could be disrupted. We are in the midst of an outbreak and already large numbers of students are scrambling to catch up on school work after falling ill with mumps for several weeks,” says Dr Hale. Most people recover from mumps, but it can have serious complications. Although rare, infertility can occur. The disease can also cause inflammation of tissue surrounding the brain (meningitis), inflamed testicles or ovaries and deafness. “The best way to avoid getting an infectious disease like mumps is to ensure you are fully immunised with the MMR vaccine,” says Dr Hale. Learn more about mumps on the ARPHS website and about mumps vaccination (pdf).

Year 3 Shared Lunch

Friday, March 31, 2017

3 Way Learning Conferences - 5th and 6th April 2017

Reminder that we have our 3 way conferences next week on the 5th and 6th April 2017.
Please book online using and log in with the school code - ecjxe. All conferences are 15 minutes in duration and will be held in your child's classroom.
The times booked online are instantly unavailable to others, with the online option giving you instant confirmation of your bookings.

Elm Park School Newsletter - Term 1 - Week - 31st March 2017

Wednesday, March 29, 2017