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Pre-school visits and Enrolment
Parents and children are encouraged to visit before beginning school. Once your child is pre-enrolled, your child’s Guardian Teacher will contact you in the month before their fifth birthday to arrange some pre-school visits or feel free to email the school to arrange some visits.
Island Bay School is zoned, which means that children can enrol at our school if they live within our local area.
Take a tour
Prospective parents and their children are always welcome to come to look around our exciting learning environments. If you are interested in finding out more about Island Bay School please call to arrange a time to meet our Principal and take a tour of the school.
Once your child has turned four years old please contact the school office to pre-enrol. Your child’s name will then be added to the Island Bay School’s pre-entry register. This helps us to plan classes for the year ahead.
Enrolment forms are available from the school office or can be downloaded from this website. Return the completed form one month before your child is due to start at school. At this time we need to see your child's passport or birth certificate and their immunisation records.
Download the Enrolment Form
We hold a pōwhiri each term to welcome new families and staff to our school. New people are given support and taught correct protocol from staff and students.
School donation and payments
School fees are a voluntary donation (tax deductible) and help fund the curriculum, learning resources including playground and sports equipment and library facilities.
2020 Donation: $350/child (per year)
This can be paid in termly installments of $87.50/child.
There is a maximum donation amount of $1000 per family.
Paying for school activities online
Kindo (Link found to the left in You can pay for all school activities online using toolbar). Once registered, you will be able to pay for donations, trips, stationery, sunhats etc. online.
Teachers are rostered to supervise children in the playground during morning tea break and lunchtime.
Junior students (New entrants, Y1s, Y2s) will remain in class to be collected unless parents have made an alternative arrangement with the teacher.in the grounds after school need to be supervised by parents/whānau/caregivers.
Before school care is provided from 8.10am - 8.30am. A free service.
After school care is provided by Kelly Club. This is a paid service.
Kelly Club provide after school care at Island Bay School, in our school hall.
3pm to 4.30pm for a half session.
3pm to 6pm full session.
Kelly Club is an OSCAR approved provider so they comply with all of MSD's childcare requirements.
Contact 022 1986316
Kelly Sports (Yrs 1-4) is a great way to improve your child’s motor skills and coordination within a FUN environment.
They aim to develop and enhance balls skills; catching, kicking and throwing, while improving strength, flexibility, hand/eye coordination and spatial awareness. With two weeks each of different sports each term.
They teach new skills and improve ability by using games, drills and exercises. It’s a great way to try new sports, improve skills and maintain fitness – all while having FUN!
Tuesdays lunchtimes for 8 weeks of each term.