Student Enrolments

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Enrolments

Enrolment forms will be available from the office or from the website on Wednesday 6 June 2018.
The school donation for 2018 is $590.
A Parent / Student Open Day will be held on Saturday 11 August 2018 from 9.00am to 12 noon.
The closing date for the Out of Zone Ballot for the 2019 academic year is 3.30pm on Wednesday 5 September 2018.
The Out of Zone Ballot will be held on Wednesday 12 September 2018 and you will be advised by email by Friday 14 September 2018.
As a state school all students within our zone are entitled to enrol and we are not able to offer scholarship places to students from out of zone.

In Zone Enrolments

We cannot process an application in advance on the basis of a signed tenancy or settlement. You must be resident at the enrolment address before making an application.
No. Students can only live with their parent(s) or legal guardian or Authorised Primary Duty of Caregiver and must live with them for the duration of their time at Macleans College.
The appointment of a legal guardian or authorised primary duty of caregiver must be a long standing arrangement and not created solely for the purpose of gaining entry to the school.
It is the Board’s expectation that the student will remain in zone for a minimum of one year from the date the student starts at school.
Details are at the front of the enrolment forms under “CHECKLIST”. If all documentation is not provided enrolment forms will be returned.
If you want your child to remain enrolled at the school you need to seek permission before moving out of the zone. The school considers all such application on a case-by-case basis.

Out of Zone Enrolments

No. All out of zone applications received by the closing date are processed equally.
No. The ballot is carried out under police supervision and is like a lottery. No preference is given.
The closing date for the Out of Zone Ballot for the 2019 academic year is 3.30pm on Wednesday 5 September 2018.
The Out of Zone Ballot will be held on Wednesday 12 September 2018 and you will be advised by email by Friday 14 September 2018.

Declarations

We agree to pay the examination and administration fees charged by NZQA and / or CAIE and the additional administration fees charged by the Macleans College Board of Trustees to CIE candidates, as CAIE is not Government funded.
a) Transport of students by parents, community members
It is the expectation of the Board of Trustees that parents and community members will transport students safely, will hold a valid licence, only drive a vehicle that is both registered and warranted and will abide by all of the requirements of NZ Road User Rules and Laws.
b) Transport of students by students
The Board of Trustees have no expectation that students will need to, or have to, transport other students involved in school curricular or extra-curricular activities.
As a participant in a Macleans College activity I agree to follow the Macleans College Student Code of Conduct. I will:
Always follow the rules of my activity.
Wear the designated uniform of my activity.
Attend all training sessions, rehearsals, matches or performances.
Respect and follow the directions of coaching staff, managers and match and school officials.
Respect the facilities and equipment of my own school and schools I visit.
Act respectfully towards match officials at all times. Abusive language will not be tolerated.
Never publically criticise coaches, judges, administrators, umpires, rather raise personal concerns with Macleans College via the appropriate channels.
Not engage in physical and/or verbal intimidation, abuse or conduct toward any player, official, umpire, performer or supporter. Such actions are totally unacceptable.
Display respect / sportsmanship recognising ability in all those who are participating in my activity regardless of who they represent.
Remember to thank my coach / manager, our opposition, visiting schools, officials and our supporters.
Follow all school rules when I am representing Macleans College.
As a supporter of Macleans College activities I agree to follow the Parents and Supporters Code of Conduct. I will:
Encourage my child to attend all practices, games, performances with a positive attitude towards their peers and visiting students.
Encourage a healthy enjoyment and competitiveness in my child without the “win at all costs” attitude.
Never ridicule mistakes or losses.
Lead by example and respect all players, coaches, managers, judges, umpires, administrators and spectators. Physical or verbal abuse will not be tolerated.
Never publically criticise coaches, judges, managers, administrators, umpires, rather raise personal concerns with Macleans College via the appropriate channels.
Back the decisions of the managers and judges/umpires/referees.
Recognise and support the rights of coaches / managers to make decisions concerning team / performance selections, training programmes and leadership choices.
Not engage in physical and/or verbal intimidation, abuse or conduct toward any player, performer, official, umpire or supporter. Such actions are totally unacceptable.
Recognise and acknowledge good play / performance by all activity participants.
Insist that my child follows the rules of the activity and the principles of the Fairplay philosophy.
Insist my child adheres to school rules when representing Macleans College and support the school in issuing consequences when these rules are breached.
Consent to my child being a passenger of an adult driver acting under the direction of the school (car, minivan, bus) or student driver acting under the direction of the school (private car) for sanctioned school and extra-curricular activities.
Make transport arrangements for the drop off and collection of my child for school and extra-curricular activities.