Wednesday 9th March, 2022
Ruakaka Surf Lifesaving Club
We have booked Beach Education for Wednesday, March 9 at Ruakaka Surf Lifesaving Club.
Beach Ed. is a full day of curriculum based beach and surf safety delivered by trained surf lifeguards at the beach for all students (Year 1-6).
The programme covers:
- basic principles of staying safe at the beach
- learning how to identify hazards such as rip currents
- ways to keep themselves and others safe
- what action to take if they get into trouble.
We will leave school by 9am and travel to Ruakaka Surf Lifesaving Club and leave by 2pm to return in time for the afternoon buses.
We will travel by bus, but will need some parent help for supervision IN THE WATER on the day.
Due to current government regulations regarding Covid 19, any parents or caregivers wanting to participate will be required to provide a current vaccine pass to attend. Your vaccine passport will need to be sent to us before the day.
If you are able to help with supervision IN THE WATER, please let us know via the permission slip below. Parent supervisors may arrange their own transport, but there are plenty of available seats on the bus to accommodate parents/caregivers. If you wish to ride on the bus, you will also be required to wear a mask.
Your child will need:
Togs, rash shirt and or wet suit (especially if they are prone to getting cold)
Towel, A jumper, A hat, Sunblock, Morning tea and Lunch, A big bottle of water.