2024 Enrolment



We encourage you to enrol early, visit our school and meet our principal. Towards the end of the year, you will receive a Welcome Pack with additional information about the first day, school donations, stationery, a uniform guide, bus timetables, and class placements.

In the zone, families should complete an enrolment application using the form on this website below or drop into the office and pick one up. Online Enrolments are now closed, please drop your paper enrolment into the school office. You will be required to email evidence of your home address (eg. utility bill, tenancy agreement), along with the student’s identification documents. Please email these documents to office@websites.school.nz, or alternately you can bring these documents into the office and we can make a copy for our records.

For information on enrolling an International Student, please contact our Deputy Principal, Katrina Bush, at kbush@websites.school.nz.


Out of Zone Enrolment

Applications for 2024 are open

IMPORTANT: We are still accepting Out of Zone Enrolments. Please submit your enrolment as soon as possible to secure a place.


Zone Description

The map below shows our catchment (in zone) area. If you wish to query an address, please contact the office

Please click on the button to view the enrolment scheme for zone.

Amendment to School Enrolment Scheme – Community Consultation

Due to the fact that we are the only Intermediate on the Shore offering Māori Medium Education, we have applied to the Ministry of Education for Special Programme status. This would mean that students who live outside our zoned area who want to attend our school in order to access a reo rua education for their child can do so providing they meet the entry criteria outlined below.

Criteria for entry

The criteria for enrolment are

  • Students who are fluent speakers of Māori

  • Students who have attended a Māori bilingual or immersion primary school

  • Students who want to be in a Māori medium classroom AND have parental support to learn te Reo

Priority for enrolment

The priority groups for enrolment in the programme are:

  • First Priority – Students who are fluent speakers of te Reo

  • Second priority – Students who have attended a Māori bilingual or immersion programme at primary school

  • Third Priority – Students who have a sibling or whanau member who attended the school and was part of the Māori bilingual program

  • Fourth Priority – Students who have a parent who is a speaker of te Reo Māori and can support a new learner

  • Fifth Priority – Students who have whanau who are actively willing to support a new learner in te Reo Māori

  • If there are more applicants than places in a priority group, places will be allocated by ballot


Process for enrolment

Students will apply for a place on the programme and will be accepted based on the priority groups described above.

We are consulting with the community on these criteria and welcome your feedback – please email mrobinson@websites.school.nz if you have any comments or queries about this.