Weymouth Primary School

Welcome to Weymouth Primary!

Kia Ora, Talofa lava, Malo e lelei, Fakalofa lahi atu, Kia Orana, Namaste, Bula Vinaka & Warm Greetings to you all!

Principal's Message

Saane Faaofo-Oldehaver

Tuesday 13 October 2020

Dear Parents and Caregivers.

We are finally back at level 1 which means all children at school.  Please read the following information to ensure we have a happy successful term 4.

Gates open at 8am both Evans Road and Estuary Road. 

The gates are then closed during the day and the re-opened at 2.45pm.

School finishes at 3pm.

All parents allowed on-site to drop off and pick up.

If taking your child early, you will still need to come to the office.

Our road patrollers will also be back on duty morning and afternoon.

Double Parking – please do not double park out the front anymore – or you

may be ticketed. You will need to drive around until you find a safe parking

space. We were able to man the Evans Road entrance during the other levels

but now we are back to normal, this will no longer be the case.

Drinking fountains and playgrounds are also open.

All classes will continue with hand sanitizing stations in their classrooms.

If you have any concerns, you can pop in and see me.

Saane Faaofo Oldehaver


Monday 14 September 2020

Talofa lava!  

The last of our Home Learning Packs for Term 3 are being delivered over the next couple of days to those students who have continued to stay at home.  In Term 4 we expect to have all our students back at school and therefore no home learning packs will be provided.

Friday 28th August 2020 


Talofa lava to our amazing families in our Weymouth community.

 We are looking forward to welcoming back all our students and staff to school on Monday following the return to Alert Level 2. Our health and safety plan is in place as it has been under every alert level, and you can be assured we’ll continue doing everything we can to keep our children safe. We have 262 children returning and all but one of our staff who is immune compromised. 

At home, please continue with good hand hygiene, cough and sneeze etiquette, appropriate physical distancing when out and about and keeping your child home if they are sick. 

Below is some information to support you for next week:

We will only open our front two gates at 8am and the leadership team will be there to meet and greet and sanitize as students arrive and then we will send them to their classrooms. There are no more than 15 students in each class so we will practise social distancing of 1 metre apart in the classrooms and 2 metres in the playground. 

We have hand sanitizer in all areas of our school and disinfectant too. Our children know the routines from last time and these will continue next week. 

Children can come in uniform on Monday to Thursday and wear mufti on casual Friday.  We will continue with our breakfast club if any children need breakfast and lunches can be made too.  We encourage children to come with a water bottle as our drinking fountains will be closed. Children can also bring a toy or one of their favourite things to play with.

Learning packs will be delivered to all our children that will continue learning from home.  A reminder that learning at home will be the same for our children at school. 

Please stay safe and we will continue to update our platforms weekly. If there is any support you need please reach out and we will direct you to the support available in our amazing community. 


Saane Faaofo Oldehaver