Kia ora whānau of students starting in 2021! AO TAWHITI BEGINNING SCHOOL INFO FOR NEW STUDENTS AND WHĀNAU IN 2021 We are so looking forward to meeting you next week! This communication outlines the important information for the first week of school and has some further links you may find helpful. MONDAY 1 FEBRUARY – […]
STARTING DATES FOR 2021 Monday 1 February – Homebase selection day [School open for visits only]Tuesday 2 February – Teacher only day [School closed]Wednesday 3 February – Teacher only day [School closed]Thursday 4 & Friday 5 February – IEMs [School open – supervision for Y1-6 only] Saturday 6 February – Waitangi DayMonday 8 February – Waitangi […]
In short, no. We do provide offsite learning opportunities for our students. You can arrange these with your child’s homebase learning advisor. We are still a school, and while we are extremely open to working with you and your unique needs, we do need you to attend and meet the requirements of any other school.
The answer is, it depends. We don’t see students as a condition or need. We see them for who they are and what they want to learn. We have many students who have struggled at other schools and are flying here. Equally we have made things worse for some students who have struggled elsewhere. It’s […]
We believe that the city has resources that are better than anything we could build onsite. We get our students out into the city regularly and do not feel that our students are disadvantaged by this. Fortunately, most (if not all) other Christchurch schools have playgrounds, so if it’s a deal breaker for you, you […]
You must agree to the special character before you can attend the school. As a special character school we can choose not to accept your enrolment if you do not understand and agree to our special character. We are not a school for everyone. We are a school for students who want to follow their […]
We have a maximum role of 670 students ranging from Year 1 to Year 13.