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Kia ora koutou, from our bubbles to yours, we hope this sees you well. Everyday looks a little different, as New Zealand continues to find ways to eradicate Covid-19 and plan to work towards a safer, less restrictive country in Level 3. 

However your school or kura might look for you at the moment, we have flexible and responsive ways to support you. We can help you as you navigate distance learning and what this might mean in the near future. Ministry of Education support is available, email pld.enquiries@education.govt.nz and say you want to work with CORE. Or you can contact us directly via learning@core-ed.ac.nz. Visit https://bit.ly/3bphlvC for more information.

For more timely community contributions to support distance learning see, He Kohinga Rauemi Tautoko - Support Resources for Schools, Kura and EY Centres and for mental wellness see, Mental wellness first aid. Please feel free to join both of these groups to contribute ideas and resources of your own. Also, see the latest CORE blog posts to support you during this time.

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