Face Coverings on Public Transport

Kia ora koutou

I wanted to give you an update on some changes taking place next week and what they mean for your children and whānau.

As we have some students who catch public transport, you are probably aware the Prime Minister has announced that face coverings will be required on public transport from next Monday, at Alert Level 2 and above. This applies to any child who is 12 years of age or older but does not apply to school transport (charters).

Public Health officials have advised that children under the age of 6 should not wear face coverings.Children and young people do not need to wear face coverings at school. Other public health control measures are in place including children and staff staying home if they are sick, contact tracing, and hygiene requirements.If your child doesn’t need to wear a face covering but they want to, that’s fine.

Face coverings are another way we can help keep ourselves and others safe, along with good hand hygiene, cough and sneeze etiquette, appropriate physical distancing when out and about and staying home if we are sick.

We’re continuing contact tracing by having our QR code posters at our office and staffroom entrance, so please check in every time you come onsite.

If you haven’t already downloaded the NZ COVID Tracer app the Ministry of Health’s website has information to help you do that. We’ll also keep a visitor register for anyone who doesn’t have the app and also for anyone who comes onsite for a period of time. This will help us with contact tracing in the unlikely case it is needed.

If you have any questions about face coverings or anything else, please get in touch.

Ngā Mihi

Dairne Kaimoana


Breakfast Club

Our Breakfast Club will be operating on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 8.00am to 8.40am in the Foods Technology room. All our welcome to come along.

Covid19 Website

There is now a dedicated government COVID19 website.

Please take a look at it.


School Uniform - Polos, Jackets, Shorts and Hats are now avaible for order from our school office.  Orders are sent away, so please expect delays.  EFTPOS is now available at the school office.  No credit card or cash out transactions are accepted.  You can also pay by either Cash or Cheque made out to Titahi Bay Intermediate.

Below are our Uniform, Hat and Lunch prices and the Stationery List.


Our school office hours are from 8:15AM to 3:15PM

Our school hours are from 8:50AM to 3:00PM. 

We require students to be in class by 8:45AM.

For an Enrolment Pack, please contact the Office between school hours by phone or email: [email protected] OR Enrol online

School App

Please take the time to download the app to your phone. It’s a simple, free download.

In Google Play and App Store, search ‘Skool Loop’ & choose Titahi Bay Intermediate School once installed.

Please note that we will be running both apps for a while. The new, Skool Loop one will be the most relevant one with all the latest information, but the old one has some functions we don’t yet have on our new one. We hope to get these functions on the new app soon.

Term Dates 2021

Term 1 - Wednesday 3rd February - Friday 16th April

Term 2 - Monday 3rd May - Friday 9th July

Term 3 - Monday 26th July - Friday 1st October

Late Students

Dear Parents / Caregivers / Students 

If a student is late, he/she must visit the office on arrival and collect a blue card from one of our office ladies. This blue card needs to then be handed in to their homeroom teacher. If the student does not collect a blue card, he/she will be marked as absent and a notification will be sent to the responsible adult. 

Kind Regards

Office Staff

Subway Lunches - Tuesdays and Thursdays

Tuesday and Thursdays, students can place an order with their homeroom teacher, and their Subs will be delivered to their classrooms with the regular lunch orders. 

All orders to be placed by using an envelope that will be available from teacher.  Envelopes are to be placed in the lunch box with normal lunch orders.  Any change will be returned with the sandwhiches. 


Dear fellow Titahi Bay Community members,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                St Pius X school Board of Trustees will be hosting a new community event   

The Titahi Bay Community Fun Night!
Friday 26th of March 2021 from 5-8pm

The purpose of the event is to celebrate Titahi Bay and the fabulous people who call it home, to make new friends and make connections.

To make the night a success for all we would love to have as many community and school groups involved as possible. With this in mind, stalls will be free of charge and we are not asking for commission. We would love you and your people to come along and enjoy a fun night in the Bay!                                                                                                                             
We have secured food trucks, a bouncy castle, ethnic food stalls and live entertainment along with a number of community groups. We still however have room for others to join in too. Therefore, if you would like to do some fundraising, raise awareness of a cause or share your talents we would love to have you join us for this fun night.                                             
In the next couple of weeks, we will deliver promotional flyers to you and would love it if you could send them home with your families.                                                                                    
If you would like more information, please contact Rebecca Fayen, St Pius X School Board of Trustee member, on 0274108639 or via email [email protected]

We look forward to hearing from you soon.

Kind regards

St Pius X School Board of Trustees

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