Wellington school closures

All kindergartens and a number of schools and across Wellington will close today, due to power outages and issues with debris. 

Confirmed school and playcentre closures:

All kindergartens

Adventure School - advising parents to keep children at home where possible

Aotea College

Avalon Primary

Belmont School

Bishop Viard College

Dyer Street School

Epuni Primary School

Greenacres School

Hampton Hill School

Hutt Central School

Hutt Intermediate

Hutt Valley High School

Island Bay School

Khandallah School

Kimi Ora School, Evans Bay

Kimi Ora School, Naenae

Konini Primary School, Wainuiomata

Koraunui School

Korokoro School

Mana College

Maungaraki Playcentre

Maungaraki School

Muritai School

Naenae Intermediate

Naenae Primary School

Newlands Intermediate

Normandale School

Onslow College

Owhiro Bay School

Papakowhai School

Porirua College

Porirua East School

Rangikura School

Raphael House School

Rata Street School

Rewa Rewa School

Ridgway School

Sacred Heart College, Lower Hutt

San Antonio School

Seatoun School

South Wellington Intermediate School

St Bernard's College

St Mary's College

St Oran's College
Stokes Valley Playcentre

Tairangi School

Tawa Intermediate

Totara Park Playcentre

Wainuiomata Playcentre

Waterloo School

Wellesley College

Wellington East Girl's College

Worser Bay School

Schools reported closed on social media, but unconfirmed by The Dominion Post:

Eastern Hutt School

Gracefield School

Newlands College

Newlands Primary School

Our Lady of the Rosary School

Pauatahanui School

Pukerua Bay School

Rangikura School

Tawa College

Tawa School

Windley School

Cardinal McKeefry School in Wilton, Sacred Heart Cathedral School, Thorndon, Hataitai School and Sacred Heart Primary School, Petone were advising parents to use their discretion in sending their children to school today.

The Wellington Girl's College Open Day was also cancelled, but was open for classes as normal. Rongotai College's Rongotai Experience scheduled today for its Year 8 students would be postponed.

The Dominion Post