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    Ara Simmons
    So what does transitioning from level 4 to level 3 look like for your school in terms of wellbeing?
    23 April
    Public discussion Created by Ara Simmons

    We were able to catch up with Anneliese Restall-Shaw who is one of the across school leads for the Albany Kāhui ako, Auckland.

    Anneliese shares with us some of the ideas that her own school are considering

    - around routine and ritual 

    - ten minute conferencing 

    - supporting connection and belonging around school and home bubbles both with learners, home teachers and supervisor teachers.

    What are some of the important aspects of wellbeing are you and your school considering around wellbeing in this important next step?

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