Rosehill Intermediate School Enrolment Process

The Rosehill Intermediate School Board of Trustees invites applications from parents who wish to enrol their child/ren at Rosehill Intermediate School for next year.

Enrolment at the school is governed by an enrolment scheme, details of which are available from the school office and online from our website www.rosehillintermediate.school.nz. Enrolment packs are downloadable from our website now.

Hard copies will be available from our school office from the 26th October 2021, at level 2 or level 1 only. Please phone the office first before coming into the school and we will ensure that pickup is as safe as possible.

The deadline for receipt of applications for out-of-zone places is 20th October 2021

Parents of students who live within the home zone should also apply as soon as possible to assist the school to plan appropriately for next year.

The Board has determined that 100 places in Year 7 and 5 places in Year 8 are likely to be available for out-of zone students next year. The exact number of places will depend on the number of applications received from students who live within the school’s home zone.

If the number of out-of-zone applications exceeds the number of places available, students will be selected by ballot. If a ballot is required it will be held on 27th October 2021

Parents will be informed of the outcome of the ballot within three school days of the ballot being held.

Kia ora Rosehill School Whānau,

Auckland is currently at Alert Level 3.

At Alert Level 3, tamariki (children) should continue to learn from home. We will continue to support all children who remain learning from home, through our distance learning programme and our resource packs.

While we know how difficult it is trying to work from home as well as support your child’s learning, please keep your child at home if there is an appropriate carer available.

For those of you with no other option we will be accepting some children onsite. Students learning at school will continue with the same online learning programme as before with their classroom teacher.

At Alert Level 3, you legally must stay within your household bubble unless for essential personal movement, including going to work and going to school.

If you do require your child(ren) to return to learning onsite please email the principal (Maria White) mwhite@rosehill.org.nz before 3 pm on Monday 20th September.

All our usual safety precautions for Alert Level 3 will be in place which include following all the recommendations from the public health experts. This means:
● keeping your child at home if they are feeling unwell and please do contact your GP or Healthline, to seek advice about getting tested.
● wearing masks is strongly recommended for students and teachers while onsite
● we will regularly clean and disinfect high-touch surfaces
● encourage everyone to frequently wash their hands
● keep everyone physically distanced from others as much as possible (one metre inside and two metres outside). Playground will be closed for all students.
● We will also keep school bubbles to no more than 10 students. These bubbles will not mix with other bubbles.

We should be proud of how we have responded to this outbreak, but the mahi isn’t yet done. As you have been doing, please continue to follow all the alert level requirements at Alert Level 4 and stay at home. It is the best tool we have to keep our whānau and community safe.

Ngā mihi,
Maria White
Principal

About Rosehill Intermediate

Kia Ora, Talofa Lava, Malo e lelei, hwan-yeong, Bula Vinaka, Āpaka svāgata hai

A very warm welcome to Rosehill Intermediate School.  This website introduces you to our school and the hopes and aspirations we have for your child.

Our school has unique characteristics and strengths that are particularly appropriate for meeting the needs of emerging adolescents.  The focus of each programme offered at RIS acknowledges the special nature of the age group we work with.  Children of this age are capable of taking a leading role in their learning; they are capable of making decisions and realising consequences.


Rosehill Intermediate Calendar


Provisional Term Dates 2021

Term 1
Wednesday 3 Feb for Year 7, Thursday 4 Feb for Year 8 to Friday 16 April

Term 2
Monday 3 May to Friday 9 July

Term 3
Monday 26 July to Friday 1 October

Term 4
Monday 18 Oct to Monday 13 December

 


Latest Newsletter –

RIS Newsletter -14th September 2021


Rosehill Intermediate School Vision and Values

Vision

Rosehill Intermediate School will prepare students for a global future ensuring they are:

CONFIDENT – ‘fostering self-belief’

CONNECTED – ‘placing emphasis on communication skills’

LIFE LONG LEARNERS – ‘encouraging inquiring minds and promoting confidence’

Values

RESPECT – to show care and concern for ourselves, others and our environment

INTEGRITY – to be honest and take responsibiltiy for our actions

SELF-MANAGEMENT – to be prepared and organised and perform to the best of our abilities

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