At Riverina School we understand that communication with our community is essential for us to work together. We use different forms of communication to enable everyone with various circumstances to be able to connect. The best and most direct way is to talk to the class teacher. Classrooms are open from 8.30am to have a face to face chat, and all teachers have an email account. We value developing a partnership with our families to ensure the success of children at Riverina. Other ways we communicate with our community:
Noticeboard: At the front of school the noticeboard gives weekly updates.
Weekly newsletter: We are reducing our paper wastage so have an electronic newsletter. We do provide a paper copy if requested. The newsletter is shared through email, on the Riverina School website, Facebook and Seesaw.
Skool Loop App: You can view the weekly newsletter, access the school calendar, report absences, and see notices.
Facebook: We celebrate events. https://www.facebook.com/Riverina-School-153360518051416
Seesaw: A personal link to class learning and events. This site also shares activities and work for your child using different forms for learning.
Skool Loop App
In our newsletters we have been encouraging families to download the Skool Loop App. View the video to see how useful it can be for communications with school.
Seesaw is a great app that shares students’ learning journey with their whānau. You can interact with the app and comment on their work. You also recieve the weekly newsletter, and class or personal notices. It is free and easy to use. Watch the video to see how you can download the app.