- Year 0: 5 years old (May to December)
- Year 1: 5 years old (February to April)
- Year 2: 6 years of age (2nd year at school)
- Year 3: 7 years of age
- Year 4: 8 years of age
- Year 5: 9 years of age
- Year 6: 10 years of age
- Year 7: 11 years of age
- Year 8: 12 years of age
Morning Classes: 8.55am to 12.45pm
Morning Break: 11:00am to 11.20am
Lunch: 12.45pm to 1.40pm
Afternoon Classes: 1.45pm to 3.00pm
Principal’s Assembly: Mondays 1:45pm – 2:15pm
Music Assembly (singing): Thursdays 1.45pm – 2.15pm
Class Assembly: Fridays from 1:45pm
MCS ATTENDANCE DUES & FEES
WHAT ARE ATTENDANCE DUES?
Land and buildings are expensive, and these costs must be paid for by attendance dues which we charge for each student’s time at the school. By choosing to enrol your child at the school, you are committing to pay these dues regularly, and on time.
Attendance dues help us fund painting, re-roofing, flooring, earthquake strengthening, heaters, asphalt and other building improvements that support the best possible education. The rate has been approved by the Minister of Education and all proceeds must be used for the benefit of Miramar Christian School.
WHO IS THE PENIEL CHARITABLE TRUST (THE TRUST)?
ARE ATTENDANCE DUES COMPULSORY?
The bottom line is that the dues are compulsory, and that without an arrangement with the Trust, unpaid dues (plus debt collection fees) can be referred to a debt collection agency and you may be required to move your child to another school.
HOW MUCH ARE ATTENDANCE DUES?
|Payment in full by 29 Feb 2016||1 payment at the beginning of each term||Monthly over 10 months|
We continue to provide a pre-payment option (‘Option A’) which offers a significant discount for families who have their account completely up-to-date by 29th February 2016.
Families that have outstanding and/or unarranged Attendance Dues may have students declined re-admission for the following term/year.
If you would like to discuss payment options, or you need assistance setting up your payments then please contact Rosemary Sutton.
The average cost of a class set for Years 1 – 8 is approximately $65.
The school purchases Class Sets on the parents behalf as we believe having a communal set of equipment ensures that all children are able to start their tasks quickly and efficiently; that there is no ‘stress’ over lost favourite pencils or the current fashion stationery accessory. The school invoices the parents for the Class Sets.
For year 3 students and above, an additional $30 is added to class sets for the year.
The Ministry of Education provides a bus to take the Year 7 and 8 children to Eastern Bays Intermediate School.
There is a $40.00 cost per child for materials used (this may vary slightly per year).
VOLUNTARY SCHOOL DONATION
It is set at a low level (compared to other schools) to make it more achievable for parents, should you contribute. The donation is to help provide extra materials and opportunities for your children within the school programme.
As the wearing of school uniform is a pledge of loyalty to the school, and an important contribution to school tone, the correct wearing of regulation uniform is compulsory.
Regulation uniform must be worn during school hours, both to and from school. Summer Uniform is worn during Terms 1 and 4, while Winter Uniform is worn in Terms 2 and 3.
PE Uniform is worn during Physical Education Classes and during Sport Tournaments throughout the year.
Regulation uniform (summer and winter, including hats) can now be purchased from Postie Plus via the school office.
Uniforms can be purchased from The Warehouse, Lyall Bay.
We have limited second-hand uniform stock. Please check with the Office Administrator for times to view these.
Make up, nail polish, tattoos and jewellery are not permitted. If your child has pierced ears, 1 stud per ear may be worn. A religious icon on a chain, eg. a cross, may be worn under the shirt.
Boys hair must be kept neat and trimmed.
Girls hair must be kept neat and tidy. Long hair should be tied back off the face. Blue, black, red or white ribbons may be worn.