I hope that everyone has been receiving the information about changing events.  We are sending out updated information as soon as we receive it by both alerts and Facebook.  Changes to organisation and dates can occur quickly with changes in Alert Level requirements.  Thank you for your patience.


The ministry parent website has information about COVID-19 alert levels for parents and whānau. It will be regularly updated as they get new information.


Our Board of Trustees are calling for expressions of interest in repairing some of the cladding of our School Hall.  We would like to offer this opportunity  to our families before sharing with the wider community.  If you are interested please contact me at school and I will provide further details.


Ika Iti dressed up and ready for learning.



7th SeptemberPTA Meeting
9th SeptemberSchool Speech Competition
10th SeptemberHauraki Netball Festival
11 SeptemberProposed Photolife School Photo day
24 SeptemberVision Testing Year 7 Students only
25 SeptemberLast Day of Term



KaitakiRuby & Cohen for being a fantastic Role Models during our service day.
Te WhekeRyan & Jayden for their massive improvement in attitude towards maths!
Ika itiRuby for great a effort to write her story on her own.
PatikaChloe for sounding out words and trying to remember seed programme words.
MangopareAriana for effort and a positive attitude towards her maths work.
 Mangōpare Leader of the week: Issac for showing leadership in our classroom.
Turua Enviroschool Hero of the Week:Ryan for showing care of the school environment and taking action to keep our school beautiful and litter-free.


Thank you to all the parents and caregivers who leave messages to explain their child’s absence, and any changes to the pick up time or person for their child at the end of the day.

Also thank you to all those families who are keeping their children home if they have coughs or sniffles.

We all appreciate your efforts.



We have had one reported case of Scabies in our school. If you think your child may have scabies they will need to see a Doctor who will prescribe a cream which is applied to the entire body and kills the mites.

What are the signs and symptoms of scabies?

After the mite burrows into the skin, it takes time to develop signs and symptoms. If you’ve had scabies before, the itching usually begins within one to four days. When a person has not had scabies, the body needs time to develop a reaction to the mite. It can take two to six weeks to develop symptoms.

Signs and symptoms of scabies include:

  • Itching, mainly at night: Itching is the most common symptom. The itch can be so intense that it keeps a person awake at night.
  • Rash: Many people get the scabies rash. This rash causes little bumps that often form a line. The bumps can look like hives, tiny bites, knots under the skin, or pimples. Some people develop scaly patches that look like eczema.
  • Sores: Scratching the itchy rash can cause sores. An infection can develop in the sores.
  • Scabies can develop anywhere on the skin. The mites, however, prefer to burrow in certain parts of the body. The most common places to have itching and a rash are:
    • Hands: Mites like to burrow in the skin between the fingers and around the nails.
    • Arms: Mites like the elbows and wrists.
    • Skin usually covered by clothing or jewelry: The buttocks, belt line, penis, and skin around the nipples are likely places for mites to burrow. Mites also like to burrow in skin covered by a bracelet, watchband, or ring.



After school care is available each day from 3 pm – 5.30 pm in Room 6. Cost: $10 per day for 3 or more days, otherwise $15 per day. If you are interested please contact the office or call into room 6 and talk to one of the team.


Entries now open, forms can be collected from the office. Then please place these in the box in the office. 

DIY Competition will also be on again. This year we have Chicken!

If you would like to help with calf club please contact the office. We really would appreciate it.





Thanks to all of those who ordered and sold pies for our recent Oxford Pies fundraiser. This job requires quite an effort with collating orders and not to mention sorting them, extra thanks to Jo for organising the fundraiser as well as sorting with Anikha, Nicole, and Shelley. Finally a massive shout out to the Bain family for their spectacular efforts with selling over 200 pies 😳!!!!


The date of the election has changed to 17 October, election day workers are needed.

We are looking for local people in the community to help at Turua School on Election Day, full training given, fixed rate.

If interested please apply

Megan Lacy | Recruitment and Rostering Manager Coromandel Electorate | Electoral Commission | Te Kaitiaki Take Kōwhiri

| Mobile 027 390 4292 | http://www.elections.or