HVS Enrolment Zone

Out of Zone Enrolment

Out of Zone enrolment 2024

Enrolment at Henderson Valley School is governed by an enrolment scheme, details of which are available from the school office. 

The board has determined that some places may be available for out-of-zone students. The exact number of places will depend on the number of applications from students living 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 (see ballot priorities listed below).

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

 If applications are received after this date, places may be offered if they are still available or will be added to the waiting list.

 Please note that all Out-of-zone siblings of current students must also apply.

Deadline dates for 2024 applications & ballots: 

You can collect an out-of-zone enrolment form from the school office, or complete your enrolment application online; using the  Out of Zone Enrolment Form for 2024

Ballot priorities:

The following priorities for out of zone enrolment apply as directed by the Ministry of Education guidelines. Out-of-zone students can only be accepted at a school if there are places available. Currently the Act defines the order of out-of-zone student priority as:

1. students accepted for enrolment in a special programme run by the school

2. siblings of current students

3. siblings of former students

4. children of former students

5. children of board employees and board members

6. all other students.

NB: Henderson Valley School does not run special programmes.


Booking a Transition to School Meeting:

At the Transition Meeting:

After the Transition Meeting:

Transition to School

Our aim is to create seamless, successful transitions from Early Childhood Education to Primary School. Below are a list of the ways in which we support students transitioning into Henderson Valley School:

Before and  After School Care

After school care is provided in the hall each day by SKIDS (Safe Kids in Daily Supervision), who are commercial enterprise and are not associated with  the school or the BoT.

We can provide an information pack and enrolment form from the  school office or see below to download a copy or contact the operator directly

sKids Programmes

Before School Care ( Rise then Shine ) 7am - 8:30am

After School Care ( Stay & Play) 3pm – 6pm

For More information contact

Enrolment Form

sKids Parent Handbook