Additional Information

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international student pOLICIES (SIEBA):

International Accommodation Policy

International Groups Refund Policy

International Refund Policy

International Staff Travel Policy

International Student Policy

International Student Grievance Policy

International Supervised Groups Policy

About Wainuiomata

Wainuiomata is a community of almost 17,000 people. We are surrounded by nature with many bush walks where you will see many of our native birds. Wainuiomata also has a river for swimming in or for trout fishing. There are also many sports and volunteer clubs that you can join.

Wainuiomata is a rapidly changing community with many new subdivisions popping up. 2020 will see the demolition of the existing mall. The redevelopment will include a 3600 square metre supermarket, retail shops, and childcare and medical centres.

Also under construction is the new retirement home/hospital which is a much needed amenity in our community. The Wainuiomata Hill cycle way was recently opened and has proved very popular for all ages.

Along with the many activities available, Wainuiomata is fast becoming the suburb of choice.

LOVE WAINUIOMATA

For more information about what you can do in Wainuiomata, please visit our community website, LOVE WAINUIOMATA.

LIST OF ACTIVITIES

Coastal Horse Ridding
Wainuiomata Golf Club
Remutaka Bush Walk
Summer Swimming Pool
Mountain Bike Trail

Education Review Office - Review Report 2021

Provision for internationalstudents

The school is a signatory to the Education(Pastoral Care of International Students) Code of Practice 2016 (theCode) established under section 534 of the Education and Training Act 2020.

Theschool has attested that it complies with all aspects of the Code and hascompleted an annual review of its implementation. At the time of this reviewthere were 10 international students attending the school, all from Japan andin homestay accommodation.

The school’s internal review process provides reliableinformation about provision for international students. This information isregularly reported to senior leaders and the board. Changes are made to addressany identified issues.

Students’ welfare needs are well met. They receive high qualitypastoral care that includes effective orientation, learning and accommodationsupport and comprehensive monitoring. Students enjoy participation in theinclusive environment and in cultural, sporting and wider community activities.