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Hillpark Primary School has an enrolment policy in place to define criteria for enrolment.  Admission to the school is dependent on where you live. Children who live in zone have an absolute right to attend the school.  Enrolments  for children  who  live  in  zone  are  accepted  throughout  the  year. A  copy  of  the enrolment zone map, together with a Ministry of Education description of the zone and list of streets within our school zone, is available from the school. 

Children living outside the zone can make an out of zone application, and places for out of zone children will be allotted by way of a ballot. Ministerial regulations controlling the ballot will be strictly adhered to.  
The  Board  of  Trustees  shall  decide annually  how  many,  if  any,  places  will  be available  for  out  of  zone students at each year level taking into account existing and projected rolls. 

It is important to note that schools do not necessarily hold a ballot each year. Information regarding both  in-zone and out of zone enrolment is available from the school office. 

Please enrol your child as soon as they turn 4. 


Before an enrolment can be processed we require the following information:  All parents need to provide a child’s birth certificate/passport  (Originals must be sighted). If you are not a New Zealand resident/citizen you will also need to bring the child's original passport and parent's original passports including all relevant visas. 


Documentation required for applications 

In-Zone applications 

Official proof of your residential address, provide two current originals of the following, in name 
of the caregiver(s): 
- power account 
- telephone account 
- tenancy agreement (if renting) 
- rates invoice 
- sale and purchase agreement (if property owned)

Home Zone: Starting at the intersection of Orams Road and Browns Road the zone travels east along Orams Road (both sides of Orams Road and all side roads), to run as far as the Southern  Motorway  It then travels across country down ARC Botanic Gardens to meet Tuakura Way. The boundary then travels south along Tuakura Way to meet Charles Prevost Drive. Travel east along Charles Prevost Drive to the Wairere  Road roundabout.  Head  south  along  Wairere  Road  (both sides  to  number  19  and  number  2 included) to meet Hill Road. The zone travels west down Hill Road (number 42-198 and 47-221a included) as far as Orford Park (Richard Halse Drive, Murray Field Lane, Nakhle Place, Steward Gibson Place, Pat O’Connor Place, Moyle Place, Menen Place, Norm Pellow Drive, Nanleen Rise, Goh Place, Index Place, 

Botanic  View, Whitbourne  Heights, Hill  Crest  Grove,  Claude  Road  (up to  27  and  38) Knights Drive and Arthur  Road  included).  The  zone then  runs  north-west across Orford Park to meet number 19 Walpole Avenu. Travel west to the intersection before turning north and travelling up Scenic Drive (43-57, 42-58) to meet Grande Vue Road, Freshney Place is included. Turn west and go to the end of Grande Vue Road then from 92 Great South Road (included), head north along Great South Road back to the starting point.


All residential addresses on included sides of boundary roads and all no exit roads off included sides of boundary roads are included in the zone unless otherwise stated. 
(A list of streets within our school zone is available from the school). 
Proof of residence within the home zone will be required.  

Out of Zone Enrolments
Applications for enrolments will be processed in the following order of priority: 

First Priority   - This priority category is not applicable as the school does not run a special programme approved by the Ministry of Education. 

Second Priority  will be given to applicants who are siblings of current students

Third Priority   will be given to applicants who are siblings of former students

Fourth Priority  will be given to applicants who are children of board employees 

Fifth Priority    will be given to all other applicants. 

If there are more applicants in the second, third, fourth or fifth priority groups than there are places available, selection within  the  priority group  will  be  by  a  ballot  conducted  in accordance  with  the  instructions  by  the Secretary  under Section 11G(1) of the Education Act 1989. 

 *Applicants seeking second or third priority status will be required to give proof of a sibling relationship. 
For further information and appointments please contact the school office.  (09)-2676252 


Documentation required for applications 


Out of Zone application: 
All students must provide a Child’s Birth certificate  (Original to be sighted) 

Enrolling children who are already of school age  
For all other year levels, please phone or email the school office to make an enrolment appointment. 
Previous school report/s are requested. 

Enrolment Form


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