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General Information

Please view our General Information Booklet for 2020.

General Information


School Charter

A charter sets the direction for the school and identifies the priorities the board expects the principal to be leading.

The Education Act requires every school's board of trustees to:

  • prepare and maintain a charter
  • send a reviewed and updated charter to the Ministry of Education every year.

The Fairfield School charter is the key-planning document for our school. It includes strategic aims and annual plans which:

  • reflect the goals and aspirations the Fairfield community has for the school and students for the next 3–5 years
  • outline how your school is implementing the government's priorities as set out in the National Education Guidelines and the National Administration Guidelines
  • identify the key areas your board will focus on, both in the longer term and the coming year, to improve the progress and achievement of all of your students.

School charter 2019

Ongoing monitoring of 2019 strategic goals

Strategic Plan 2019-2021:

School Charter diagram 


Enrolment

 

To enrol your child at Fairfield School, simply click this link. We look forward to hearing from you, and will be in touch soon after you complete this online application.

 

ENROLMENT ZONE POLICY

 

The Fairfield School enrolment policy is in place to control role growth and class sizes. This ‘Home Zone’ has been created in consultation with the Ministry of Education.

Due to recent role growth, the Ministry of Education has asked the school to create a home zone and an enrolment policy.

 

GUIDELINES

 

The ‘Home Zone’ is as follows: 

  • Incorporates properties on both sides of Scroggs Hill Road, commencing at the junction of Scroggs Hill Road and Creamery Road.

  • Moves to the east along Scroggs Hill Road and Saddle Hill Road to Coal Stage Road, encompassing properties on both sides of the road and down Coal Stage Road to the overbridge, across the motorway and State Highway One connecting with Chain Hills Road. 

  • It encompasses the properties on both sides of Chain Hills Road and on passing the intersection of Flower Street it stops at the end of the gravel formed road. 

  • The ‘Home Zone’ retraces its route and descends down Flower Street until it reaches Main South Road and encompasses the properties on both sides of Main South Road (and Flower Street), until it reaches Abbotsford Creek. 

  • It then moves along the Creek bed, under the motorway, taking in the properties on the western side only until it reaches Jeffcoates Road. 

  • From there, where there is an overbridge which is excluded from the zone, it follows Jeffcoates Road up to the intersection with Old Brighton Road, moves to the west again along Old Brighton Road until it reaches Finnie Road and then along to Creamery Road. 

  • It then follows Creamery Road along a near straight line up Scroggs hill Road. 

Please note, the school exercises discretion on all enrolments from Waldronville (from the junctions of Jeffcoates Road to the south and Blackhead Road to the north with Brighton Road). 

A plan is available from the school to help clarify this description. 

Within the Home Zone, enrolment is optional to Fairfield School and entry to the school is guaranteed.  To applicants outside the zone the enrolment scheme sets an order of priority if space is limited.

Priority is given as follows:

1. Applicants who have siblings at the school

For the purposes of this section, child A is the sibling of child B if—

  1. both children share a common parent; or

  2. a parent of child A is married to, or in a civil union with, a parent of child B; or

  3. a parent of child A was married to, or in a civil union with, a parent of child B at the time when child B’s parent died; or

  4. a parent of child A is the de facto partner of a parent of child B; or

  5. both children live in the same household and, in recognition of family obligations, are treated by the adults of that household as if they were siblings; or

  6. the Secretary, by written notice to the school, advises that child A is to be treated as the sibling of child B.

2. Applicants who are siblings of former children

3. Applicants who are children of board employees

4. All other applicants

If there are more applicants in the priority groups than there are places available, selection within the priority group will be by a ballot conducted in accordance with instructions issued by the Secretary under Section 11G(1) of the Education Act 1989. Parents will be informed of the date of any ballot by notice in a community newspaper.

 


I.T Information

Google Apps Information

Parent BYOD Form

Student BYOD Form

Responsible Computer Use Agreement


Consent Forms

School Trips

Photographs


Before & After School Care

Waraki Early Birds is the before school care programme run by the school in Wharenui (old playcentre on Main Road)

Available Monday to Friday from 7.20am this is a warm and friendly place to start the day for your child, allowing those who have early starts the chance to get to work.

7.20-8.20am $4.00 per child

7.50-8.20am $2.00 per child 

Registrations for Waraki Early Birds can be made via this link: Fairfield School Before School Care 

 

Magic Kids Club provide after school care, also in Wharenui. 

Please contact Magic Kids to access information about after school care programmes available. 

 

 


School Lunches

Please go to School Lunches to access menu options and process orders.


Policies

Here are our School Policies regarding the safety and wellbeing of your children:

Child Protection Policy

Bullying Procedure

Police Vetting Policy

Healthy Food Policy

Concerns and Complaints


ERO Reports

Please read the latest ERO report (November 2019) here

Please see the latest Annual Report (2019) here

 

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