To check school enrolment zones please visit https://www.educationcounts.govt.nz/find-school
You can pre-enroll your tamariki on the following link. Once the pre-enrolment is completed, please come in and see us to fill out the remaining forms required to complete the enrolment process.
Alternatively, you are welcome to come in and see us to complete all enrolment forms.
Documents to Attach With Enrolment
- NZ Birth Certificate
- My child was born outside NZ – Please enclose their passport and Visa along with your own and your partners.
- Up-to-date immunisation certificate
- 2 Proof of Addresses
Please provide 2 proof of addresses. These can be rates, power, telephone, IRD, Tenancy, or any other Government Department letter. Letters/bills are to be dated within 3 months of the enrolment. These can be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- For boarding families
Please provide a Boarding Declaration that has been written by the owner/tenant of the property you are boarding with. This has to be witnessed and signed by a Justice of the Peace.
- Out of Zone applications
Please ring our school office on 2670112 or 0800438777 to discuss your application.
Randwick Park School has introduced a Cohort Entry into our school this year. Under a cohort entry, students who are turning 5 or have not been to school before, would start school either at the start of the term or midway through the term, whichever is closest to their birth date, or by the preference of their whānau.
Cohort entry is about helping children to settle better in school. Evidence shows that starting school alongside other children helps them build relationships and supports a smoother entry into school life. It can also mean less disruption for new entrant classrooms and teachers who can better prepare groups of children arriving on a specific date rather than individuals starting each week.
There are two entry points per term:
- one on the first day of term week 1
- one at a mid-point during a term in week 6
We highly recommend children start school in these groups as we believe gives them a positive start to school life. Whānau who still wish for their child to start the Monday after they turn five will need to meet to discuss this with one of our leadership team.
For more information please contact our kura office: email@example.com