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To Parents/caregivers

Kia ora koutou Salaam alaikum

Like the rest of New Zealand, the news of the horrendous attack in Christchurch, has left our community in a state of shock and disbelief.

You will be aware that the perpetrator live streamed the attack online. Although it was taken down there are reports of it resurfacing.

To mitigate potential emotional and mental distress from their viewing this post and any other harmful material please be vigilant of your students' social media use.

There will be a variety of mixed emotions that people will be trying to process as a result of this event. If your young person appears to be affected there are community agencies you and they can contact for support.

These include Victim Support (0800 842846), Mental Health line (text 1737) and Youthline (text 234, phone 0800 376633).

You can also convey any concerns to the Onslow Guidance team ( email which will be followed up on Monday.

Kia Kaha Salaam alaikum

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