What decile is Stonefields school?

What decile is Stonefields school?

1 9
About the School

Location St Johns, Auckland
Ministry of Education profile number 565
School type Full Primary (Years 1 to 8)
Decile1 9
School roll 147

When did Stonefields school open?

February 2011
Embracing and Realising Future Learning Opportunities Welcome, Stonefields School opened its doors to students in February 2011.

How old is stonefields?

Ōtuataua Stonefields (c. Ongoing East Polynesian settlement probably began about 750 years ago.

What do primary school students learn?

The curriculum areas of learning at primary school are: language and literacy. mathematics and numeracy. the arts.

What happens if I move out-of-zone?

If you currently live at an in-zone address but move to an out-of-zone address before your child’s first day of attendance at the school, your child will not be entitled to enrol at the school. You can check with your intended school regarding their zone, and whether your home address is in-zone for this school.

What happens if I move out of school zone NZ?

Students who live outside the zone can only go to the school if they’re selected for a place under the rules of the scheme. Out-of-zone students are selected by balloting. Schools can only adopt an enrolment scheme if this is necessary to avoid overcrowding.

How many houses are in stonefields?

1,425 households
Stonefields, comprising the statistical areas of Stonefields West and Stonefields East, had a population of 3,792 at the 2018 New Zealand census, an increase of 1,749 people (85.6%) since the 2013 census, and an increase of 3,792 people since the 2006 census. There were 1,425 households.

How big is stonefields?

Stonefields is a large scale country garden belonging to the garden designer Paul Bangay. The garden covers 3-4 acres of a total site of nearly 50 acres, with the balance being park landscape of grazing British white cattle and collection of oak trees.

What is a full primary school?

A school that provides for children ages 5-12 years is called a Full Primary School. You may have heard the terms ‘Junior School or Syndicate’ and ‘Senior School or Syndicate’ used to talk about the different age groups at primary schools.

Should my child change schools?

According to Dr Jae Yup Jared Jung, from the University of NSW, parents should consider moving schools when students’ achievements don’t match their potential. Children learn at their own pace, and if Audrey needs a break, she can leave class to pet the school rabbits. “They make learning much more fun,” she said.

What does Unzoned school mean?

No longer in the catchment area of a decile nine primary school, Unsworth Heights has now be classified “unzoned” and its closest unzoned school is a decile six facility in Wairau Valley. MICHAEL BRADLEY/STUFF. Each additional decile rating, on average, adds about $22,500 to the price of a home. (

What is Stonefields School like?

Stonefields School is located in the new suburb of Stonefields, between St Johns and Mt Wellington. It caters for students in Years 1 to 8. The school opened in 2011 and this is its second ERO review. The school roll has continued to grow rapidly.

Is Stonefields School a member of Manaiakalani?

Stonefields School are very fortunate to have been a member of Manaiakalani since 2013. Annually all learners at Stonefields School participate in and attend the Manaiakalani Film Festival held at Sylvia Park. Please click here to view information regarding this exciting event.

What is cyber smartness at Stonefields School?

Building Cyber Smartness is a priority for Stonefields School. We acknowledge we have a responsibility to build digital savvy and smart online learners. We encourage you to have cyber smart conversations at home to decide what is appropriate use at home to align with your family’s values and rules.

What is the naked streets policy in Stonefields?

The suburb of Stonefields operates a naked streets policy. This means that there are limited signs and road markings indicating the parking restrictions etc. We ask everyone to please put the safety of all learners first and where possible park further away from the school and walk in to drop off or collect your children.