FAQ

Frequently Asked QuestionsAnswer all of your questionsWhat do I need to bring along when I enrol my child?Your child’s: New Zealand birth certificate, or if born overseas, the child’s Passport with “Permanent Residency” or a current “Student Visa” Signed immunisation …

Enrolment

Papatoetoe South School has an official enrolment scheme, which means that only pupils who are 'in zone' or meet strict Ministry of Education 'out of zone' guidelines, can be enrolled. Please see the details below or contact our school office …

Uniform

Papatoetoe South School has a uniform which all children are expected to wear when attending this school. This enables children to identify with the corporate body of the school and enables parents to ensure equity in dress. The uniform also …

Stationery & Prices

Stationery FREE to all students in 2020 Thanks to the Government scheme of the $150 per student donation which our Board has accepted, there will be no charge for the stationery packs for the students in 2020.   School Donation …

Calendar of Events

Newsletter

2021202020192021 Newsletter No. 15 Term 3, 1 October 2021 View Fullscreen Newsletter No. 14 Term 3, 17 September 2021 View Fullscreen Newsletter No. 13 Term 3, 3 September 2021 View Fullscreen Newsletter No. 12 Term 3, 20 August 2021 View …

Term Dates

Term Dates 2021 Term 1Wednesday 3 February – Friday 16 April Term 2Monday 3 May – Friday 9 July Term 3Monday 26 July – Friday 1 October Term 4Monday 18 October – Friday 17 December Staff Only Days and Public …

Lunches

Ka Ora, Ka Ako/Healthy School Lunches Programme Papatoetoe South School participates in the Ka Ora, Ka Ako/Healthy School Lunches Programme which we have decided to call 'Rourou Time' after the Māori proverb "nāku te rourou, nāu te rourou ka ora …

Talanoa Workshops

Kia Ora Papatoetoe South School whānau, Anne Henderson & Karen Mapp once quoted, “When schools, families and community groups work together to support learning, children tend to do better in school, stay in school longer, and like school more.” At Papatoetoe …