School Enrolment Information
Thank you for considering Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School for your child’s education.
Starting school is an exciting time for both children and families.
At Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School, we believe that all children from Catholic families are entitled to a Catholic education. Ideally, we would like to enrol every Catholic child who wants to come to our school.
However, we are required to work within our maximum roll, which is stated in the school’s official Integration Agreement with the Ministry of Education. Currently, our maximum roll is set at 300. This means we are unable to exceed 300 students at any one time.
Our school roll is now CLOSED as we will have reached our maximum roll of 300 by the end of the 2021 year. Any further school enrolments for the 2021 school year and beyond, need to be discussed with our School Principal.
Families wishing to enrol their child/children at Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School, are advised to contact the School Office for further information – phone: 09 296 9039
All enrolment applications for 2022 must be submitted by 31 August 2021.
Families will be notified of confirmation of enrolment acceptance by 30 September 2021 for the 2022 school year.
For preference students, parents or caregivers must obtain a Preference of Enrolment Certificate signed by the Parish Priest of their Parish. Preference certificates can be downloaded from the school website.
As part of the Enrolment process, you will need to bring with you to an interview, copies of your child’s:
Baptism Certificate (for Preference Enrolments)
New Zealand Birth Certificate (Preferred document of identification) or Passport
Passport showing current residency status (if not born in NZ)
Preference of Enrolment Certificate by your Parish Priest (for Preference Enrolments)
Your child’s immunisation certificate
Children who are not Catholic are welcomed into our school community, depending on places available (as we are only allowed 5% of our maximum roll for non-preference children).