We have balloted waiting lists in place and families who took part in this were all sent either offers of place or a waiting list number in Term 3 2020.
Balloted waiting list status – updated 18 February 2021.
Year 1 – was 16 in total, now number 5 at the top of the list
Year 2 – was 3 in total, now number 2 at the top of the list
Year 3 – was 8 in total, now number 2 at the top of the list
Year 4 – was 13 in total, now number 3 at the top of the list
Year 5 – was 18 in total, now number 4 at the top of the list
Year 6 – was 7 in total, no change
Year 7 – was 23 in total, now number 20 at the top of the list
Year 8 – was 27 in total, now number 6 at the top of the list
Year 9 – was 53 in total, now number 24 at the top of the list
Year 10 – was 17 in total, now number 12 at the top of the list
Year 11 – was 23 in total, now number 21 at the top of the list
Year 12 – was 12, now no waiting list
Year 13 – was, 1 now no waiting list
For those on a balloted waiting list, we do not contact you every time the waiting list moves. If a place comes up, we will send you an offer by email and at the same time text you so you know this has ben sent.
New enrolment enquiries are welcome to follow our process below however it is important you know we will only contact you if our balloted waiting lists are exhausted and we need to run a new process.
At this stage we have not set our dates for 2021 tours. If you register your interest, we will contact you with details at a later date.
2022 Whakatapoko – Enrolments
The time line has not been set. Please follow our enrolment process and we will contact you when this starts. You are also welcome to register your interest for any future year and we will be back in contact the year before when we run that enrolment process.
Atā whakatapoko – How to enrol
We are a designated character school established under Section 156 of the Education Act 1989. The students who are eligible for enrolment are those whose parents accept the designated character of the school as set out in the New Zealand Education Gazette notice of 4 April 2013. We have an Enrolment Scheme.
As we have more interest than spaces available, we ballot at every year level. This includes students who are in our home zone and current siblings. Balloting the home zone is different from a regular school where students who live in the home zone are automatically enrolled. Current families with siblings wanting to attend, must also follow our enrolment process.
Te hāpete – Our enrolment process
- Rēhita – Register your interest and attend a tour
You must register your interest so we can contact you when we run an enrolment process. You also need to attend a tour so you can view our school and see how we operate. Our Director (Principal) takes the tour and there is the opportunity for questions as part of this process. If you are unable to make the date you booked, please fill this form in again for a future tour. Due to demand, we are unable to offer tours or visits outside our scheduled dates.
Click here to register your interest and/or attend/change a tour.
- Te Kōwhiri – Pre-enrolment and ballot information
When we start an enrolment process, we will email whānau who have registered their interest with the next steps.
A link for you for to forward to your student’s current pre-school or school to fill in.
2B Whānau family caregiver information
A link for you to fill in so we have the correct information for the ballot and to establish the suitability to work in our special character environment. We may contact whānau to come in for an interview if we need to discuss this further.