Learning Links

This page is currently being updated to support our school community with Home Learning, should children be isolating from home, or the school closes.  Once updated we will share via our school newsletter.

Over the course of this year children and or teachers may have to work from home because they are sick or self isolating.  This year the learning from home will follow that of the actual programme running at school.   Our focus during past lockdowns has been around wellbeing and keeping it simple. However, as the pandemic continues to cause ongoing disruptions, it is important that learning continues as normally and consistently as possible. Teachers are working hard to ensure children know how to independently access their learning online and across platforms, so if students need to isolate, they can continue to learn the same as their classmates.

Toko School Class Home Learning

Click on the Learning Star image to access your child’s class home learning tasks while working from home. To contact your child’s classroom teacher about any aspect of this please email them direct.


Weekly Communication during Term 1 2022

On Monday of each week  we will post a school newsletter.  This will be sent by 9.00am each week.   This weekly newsletter will keep you up to date with information from the Principal and Board of Trustees.

Teachers will also send a weekly communication out every Monday.  This communication, from your child’s classroom teacher will be specific to what is occurring in the class for this week.  The weekly communication will be sent via our HERO School App.  Please make sure you are logged into this.

Exta Home Learning Options


Please go to our school website – Learning Links – Mathematics to find out about weekly home learning tasks in mathematics.


Please go to our school website – Learning Links – English to find out about weekly home learning tasks in English.


  • HEALTH & PE – Sport Taranaki have created a website – ACTIVE ANYWHERE.

    Sport Taranaki has an online resource to help people have fun and keep active while vanquishing the virus.

    Called Active Anywhere, the webpages feature links, tools and routines collected from around the country and the world.  There is everything from kids’ yoga to sports specific training, community bootcamps, routines for functional movement and active options for older people.

    Everything on Active Anywhere will keep people safe in their bubbles.

    A page featuring the latest official physical activity advice is another handy tool. The pages are being added to regularly to keep things fresh and broaden the range of resources.


  • MINISTRY OF EDUCATION – The Ministry of Education are adding to their bank of online resource links so do try some of these.