Great News: The Ministry has received all the feedback from the Hobsonville community and we now have an enrolment scheme for both the Hobsonville and Scott Point communities.
Scott Point Approved Enrolment Scheme As directed by the Ministry of Education under section 11H(1) of the Education Act 1989, the Scott Point School Board of Trustees has adopted an enrolment scheme. All students who live within the home zone will be entitled to enrol at the school.
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How to Enrol
For All Learners
For all learners starting at Scott Point School, including those changing schools and those turning five years old. Please check you are in the zone, and complete the online form below.
The Scott Point Board of Trustees cannot accept any priority six out-of-zone enrolments.
For more information on the out-of-zone enrolment process and priority levels go to nzschools.tki.org.nz
For Children Turning Five
Please complete the online enrolment form for your child at least six months before they turn 5. This helps us to plan for their arrival.
Your child can start school between the ages of 5 and 6. Learners usually start on the Monday after their 5th birthday. To provide a smooth transition to school, we will invite all our new entrant's parents/whānau for a new entrant's meeting as well as 2 school visits in the weeks prior to their start day. Your child's teacher will also invite you to a Whānau meeting to introduce themselves and get to know your child and your family.
Please complete the online enrolment form for your child. Start dates may be determined by adequate places and staffing available at the school. All new learner enrolments will start school on the 1st Monday after their enrolment meeting.
All parents/whānau of learners who enrol at Scott Point School will be invited to attend an enrolment meeting with Pam King, Principal. This meeting is to welcome you and your child to our school and provide you with school information. Your child's teacher will invite you to a Whānau meeting in order to introduce themselves and to get to know your child and your family.