If you are interested in enrolling your child at Lepperton School, please complete the online enrolment form by clicking the link Online Enrolment Form or contact the office for more information. You can find out more about Lepperton School by calling to arrange a time to meet with our principal and view the school.
School induction visits for new entrants are advisable, please contact the office with your details. Induction visits will then be arranged through the new entrant teachers. Please note: parents must be present at school during all induction visits.
Please bring the following documents on your child's first day at school.
Proof of Address
Information re Iwi affiliation (if applicable)
The Principal will request your child's records from the previous school, if applicable. Please have available the address and phone number of the previous school.
Out Zone Enrolments: Please fill out the enrolment form if you are out of our school zone and would like to attend Lepperton School. Once you have completed the online form, please email the school office.
OUT OF ZONE ENROLMENT TIMELINE 2024
See the map and description below of our zone.
All students who live within the home zone described below shall be entitled to be enrolled at Lepperton School. The zone includes homes on these roads and on roads that are within the area defined by these boundaries:
Te Arei Rd East to the junction of Kelly Road
Kairau Road east to Rural Rapid Number 38
Richmond Road to Rural Rapid Number 1180
Wortley Road to Rural Rapid Number 651
Mountain Road to Rural Rapid Number 1265
Devon Road from Rural Rapid Number 1237 to the intersection with Richmond Road.
Te Arei Road West, Ninia Road to the junction with Corbett Road
Corbett Road from the junction of Ninia Road to the junction with Manutahi Road
Manutahi Road from Mountain Road to the junction with Lower King Road
Lower King Road
Upland Road to Rural Rapid Number 500
Hursthouse Road to Rural Rapid Number 350
Starting School Successfully
We believe that for your child to have the greatest possible start to their primary schooling they should be able to:
· Look and talk to others to communicate their needs
· Go to the toilet by themselves
· Say please and thank you
· Pack their own bag and be responsible for their own belongings
· Share and take turns
· Dress themselves fully
· Be independent with eating (this includes opening their lunchbox)
· Read and write their name
· Hold a pencil or pen correctly
· Identify most basic colours
· Count and identify basic numbers
· Use scissors safely
· Sit still and listen to a story
· Tell a story