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PROGRAMME OBJECTIVES:
a) To experience life in New Zealand and to understand its history, culture and customs
b) To open career doors you didn’t know existed
c) To learn how others live and to see the world from another perspective
d) To develop independence and maturity
e) To make life-long friends
f) To gain experience and judgement
g) To develop social skills and confidence
h) To develop the skills and awareness that will enhance the students’ potential.

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High School Experience Programme in New Zealand

PROGRAMME OBJECTIVES:
a) To experience life in New Zealand and to understand its history, culture and customs
b) To open career doors you didn’t know existed
c) To learn how others live and to see the world from another perspective
d) To develop independence and maturity
e) To make life-long friends
f) To gain experience and judgement
g) To develop social skills and confidence
h) To develop the skills and awareness that will enhance the students’ potential.

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For an Educational Experience of a Lifetime
Come open career doors you didn’t know existed

NZEA

New Zealand Education Advisors Ltd.

OUR MISSION

To offer the unique experience of living and studying
in New Zealand so that students may broaden their
horizons, develop tolerance and understanding of
different cultures, gain life-long friends and develop
skills and awareness that will enhance their potential
and push their boundaries.

PROGRAMME OBJECTIVES:

• To experience life in New Zealand and to

understand its history, culture and customs

• To open career doors you didn’t know existed
• To learn how others live and to see the world from

another perspective

• To develop independence and maturity
• To make life-long friends
• To gain experience and judgement
• To develop social skills and confidence
• To develop the skills and awareness that will

enhance the students’ potential.

DISCOVER THE WORLD BEYOND THE Terms and Conditions
CLASSROOM!
• The programmes are offered by the
This programme complements the student’s formal education and is an
educational experience of a lifetime. It is an opportunity to travel and study New Zealand Schools
in New Zealand with the support of a buddy and a host family. They will be
placed with a host family and attend a local school. The students are not • The tours are conducted by the School
tourists or guests. They will live like locals and a get chance to fully immerse
in a different culture, make friends from around the world and gain valuable or a New Zealand Tour company that is
international experience. Students are not required to host in return. Code of Practice Compliant

During our programme, students gain intercultural competencies that are • Some of the exchange programmes
crucial for them to become the world citizens that they need to be in this
globalized world. In a very competitive world these are highly sought after have a minimum number of students.
qualities. Long after the students return home, this experience will provide Please see the school’s terms and
them with a substantial backdrop to make future study and career choices. conditions.

ACCOMMODATION AND SUPPORT • Some New Zealand Schools have

International students live with host families, close to school, specific date of arrival and departures.
organised by school based accommodation office, staff monitor
placements and support students. What's Included?
These home stay host families are vetted by the New Zealand
Police. Students are well supported & cared for and have access to • One representative teacher/principal
international staff 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
from your school FREE with every 10
students

• Homestay with food, school fees, travel

and sightseeing

• Insurance which covers medical, flight,

personal effects. Insurance is taken from
a New Zealand Insurance Company.

• Host family screening and selection

What's Not Included

• Cost of flight, visa and passport
• Personal items, telephone calls to home,

optional excursions etc.

Disclaimer: programmes of each school may vary due to local conditions beyond the control of the school

ABOUT NEW Why New Zealand?
ZEALAND
 World-Class Education
Welcome to the country of
Open Spaces,  Universities are in
where the elements come alive. the top 3% in the world
Welcome to the land of
Open Hearts,  Obtain internationally
where strangers are treated as recognised qualifications
friends. which provide pathways
Welcome to the land of to universities worldwide
Open Minds,
where learning is embraced.  NZ is rated the 2nd most
peaceful country as per
Welcome to New Zealand. Global Peace Index 2017

 Affordable Tuition &
Cost of Living

 Live with host families who
are monitored by the
college & police-vetted

New Zealand is the least corrupt and
the second safest country in the world

The 2017 Global Peace Index, which compares 162 countries for the risk of
personal violence, rates New Zealand as the world’s second safest country
just after Iceland. Transparency International’s 2017 Corruption Perception
Index ranks it the least corrupt country in the world, equal with Denmark.

WORLD-CLASS EDUCATION KIND & FRIENDLY PEOPLE
It’s got a lot to do with the fact that New
All the universities rank in the world’s top 3%. Zealanders simply aren’t snobs and have a
In 2015/16, 4 of New Zealand’s universities relaxed attitude towards life in general.
were in the top 300 QS World Ranking, with 2
in the top 200. They lead through academic GREAT WEATHER
excellence and personalized learning. New Zealand’s climate is a temperate one.
It rarely gets too cold or too hot, and it
VERY MULTI-CULTURAL definitely has more sunshine than rain.
Winters are mild in the North Island, but in
New Zealand is a land of immigrants. Even its the South Island they can bring snow.
native inhabitants, the Maori, have only been
here 800 years. Most of the population is of FOOD FROM AROUND THE WORLD
European descent, but there are a lot of Asian New Zealand has world-class seafood, lamb,
and Pacific Island people. wines and cheeses. There’s plenty of delicious
Asian food around, as well as the best of
BREATHTAKING NATURAL BEAUTY European food presented in a range of fresh,
Kiwi styles.
New Zealand is the most beautiful country
in the world. There are rainforests, glaciers,
mountains, deserts, volcanoes, white, black
and golden sand beaches, lakes, rivers, plains,
fiords, mud pools, geysers, hot springs.

New Zealand is around the same size as United Kingdom & Japan and 6 times larger than
Netherlands

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North Island

Principal’s
Comment

Since 1958, Lynfield College
has served the central west
Auckland area, developing
a reputation as a centre for
academic excellence in a safe,
caring and positive environment.

With more than 1900 students, we offer a broad
curriculum which meets the needs of our diverse
learners. We are committed to equipping our students
with the skills and resources relevant for success.

As a learning community, we also value education
outside the classroom and believe it is important for our
students to be actively involved in sports, arts, cultural
and leadership opportunities.

We have the confidence and respect of our community.
Our academic results are consistently high. Lynfield
College has been regularly endorsed by the Education
Review Office as a high-performing school.

Thank you for your interest in the school. We look
forward to meeting you.

C. M. Knell BSc (Hons), MEdMgt, Dip Tchg
Principal

Mission Statement: Leadership Team

Lynfield College will Principal: Ms C Knell BSc (Hons), MEdMgt (Hons), Dip Tchg
inspire students to achieve
educational excellence Associate Principal: Ms L Ridling MA (Hons), MEdMgt,
through a rich learning
and social environment. Dip.Couns, Dip Tchg

Deputy Principal: Mrs G Clark BA, Dip NZAHPER, Dip Tchg (Dist.)

Deputy Principal: Mr S Mouldey BA, MEd, Dip Tchg

Deputy Principal: Mr R Winn BPHEd, MEdL, Dip Tchg

KEY FACTS

• Type: Co-educational, Government, NCEA,

Year 9-13 (age between 13 and 18 years)

• Location: Auckland (central/west), harbourside, good

public transport links, residential neighbourhood,
restaurants, shopping malls, parks nearby

• Roll: 1800; 100 international students from 15

countries

• Subjects: More than 50 subjects including visual arts,

design, digital technology, sports studies, hospitality,
engineering

• Sports: 30 sports, 80 teams; extensive state-of-the-art

indoor and outdoor sports facilities

• Performance arts : 11 music groups, drama, dance,

production technology, recording studio

• Other activities are available including robotics,

environmental and cultural groups, annual drama/
musical production

SPORTS FACILITIES INCLUDE
• A large state-of-the-art gymnasium
• A second smaller gymnasium
• A modern multi-sport turf with 6 tennis courts
• 3 additional asphalt tennis courts
• Large field area with 2 soccer and 1 rugby pitch

SOME OF THE SPORTS OFFERED

Cricket Golf Netball
Volleyball Basketball Squash
Softball Cross Country Hockey
Swimming Rugby Touch
Athletics Football Tag
Tennis Rugby League Lawn Bowls
Waterpolo Badminton Table Tennis

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North Island

THIS PROGRAMME IS FOR 2 WEEKS Rs. 85,000
School based programme -
• Welcome and orientation Tuesday 1 May
• Full mainstream integration 8.45 – 3.10/3.30
• School based activities Experience the day of a NZ high school
• Weekly trip local area student
• Farewell and certificate presentation Wednesday 2 May
Home stay Auckland City tour -Mt Eden – city views from
• Single/double placement Auckland’s tallest volcano, Auckland Museum -
• Full board, three meals a day, laundry NZ history - Maori Cultural performance
Insurance includes– flights, medical, personal effects Lunch at Mission Bay
Administration/placement per group Auckland University
Return to school 3pm
SAMPLE PROGRAMME Thursday 3 May
8.45 – 3.10/3.30
Saturday 28 April Experience the day of a NZ high school student

Arrive at Auckland Airport.
Meet Lynfield College staff and transfer
to host families.

Sunday 29 April

Day with host families

Monday 30 April
9 am Welcome and Orientation
Meet buddies
Attend classes with buddies
3.10 pm school finishes

Terms and Conditions

• This programme is offered by Lynfield

College

• The tours are conducted by the School

or a New Zealand Tour company that is
Code of Practice Compliant

• This programme has a minimum

number of 5 students.

• This has a specific date of arrival and

departures - 26th April to 13th May

What's Included?

• One representative teacher/principal

from your school FREE with every 10
students

• Homestay with food, school fees, travel

and sightseeing

• Insurance which covers medical, flight,

personal effects. Insurance is taken from
a New Zealand Insurance Company.

• Host family screening and selection

What's Not Included

• Cost of flight, visa and passport
• Personal items, telephone calls to home,

optional excursions etc.

Friday 4 May Tuesday 8 May
8.45 – 3.10/3.30 NZ Natural tour
Experience the day of a NZ high school student Arataki Visitors Centre – NZ rainforest
Piha Beach – famous surf beach
Saturday 5 May and Sunday 6 May Kiwi Valley Farm Park – hands on, real life NZ
Spend time with your host families. Understand farm experience
New Zealand culture and life Return to school 3pm

Wednesday 9 and Thursday 10 May
8.45 – 3.10/3.30
Experience the day of a NZ high school student

Monday 7 May Friday 11 May
8.45 – 3.10/3.30 8.45 – 3.10/3.30
Experience the day of a NZ high school student Last day in school
Farewell lunch
Certificate presentations
Saturday 12 May
Transfer to airport
Depart Auckland

Disclaimer: programmes of each school may vary due to local conditions beyond the control of the school

Auckland, Northcote College26PthrAoprigl tora13mth Mmaye2018

North Island

AUCKLAND

AUCKLAND Population: 1.5 million

Ranked in the top 10 liveable cities in
the world

Climate: Winter 10-15ºC
Summer 22-25ºC Spring 18-20ºC
Autumn 16-20ºC

NEW ZEALAND

Population: 4.5 million

Ranked number 1 for social progress

One of the highest ranked countries
for living conditions

LOCATION

New Zealand is known worldwide for its natural beauty, secure lifestyle and friendly people. It is a multi-cultural nation with a
population of 4.5 million. Each year around 10,000 international students enrol in primary and secondary schools across the
country and enjoy the benefits of our world class education system.

AUCklANd ANd ThE NORTh ShORE
Studying at Northcote College means students are in the heart of New Zealand’s largest and most vibrant city. With a population of
1.5 million, Auckland is recognised as an education destination. Established in 1877, Northcote College is one of the city’s oldest
schools. It has a proud history of excellence and is a highly regarded state co-educational secondary school.
Students feel valued, supported and encouraged to achieve their individual goals. International students have the chance to
achieve academically and in leadership roles.
The school is located in the beautiful North Shore, an historical part of Auckland. known as the ‘lifestyle city’, the North Shore
has boutique shops, heritage areas and sandy beaches combined with award winning cafes and excellent sporting facilities. Two
national university campuses are located here.

AN INTERNATIONAl ChOICE
Northcote College attracts international students from a wide range of countries. Each year the school is enriched by these
students who come to take advantage of the learning opportunities the school offers. Northcote College has earned a reputation

PROSPECTUSas a quality provider of international student management. Students are welcomed and encouraged to integrate into all aspects of

school and community life.

FACILITIEs

A large, beautiful campus provides the basis of a well resourced
school. The range of specialist teaching areas include modern
Science laboratories, technology classrooms, computer rooms,
specialist subject classrooms, a comprehensive library, an
audiovisual centre and performance areas.

Sporting facilities include a heated swimming pool, a gymnasium,
tennis courts, basketball courts, a sports pavilion and four large
sports fields.

Students are encouraged to participate in extra-curricular
activities. Participation in a wide range of seasonal sporting
codes is organised by a sports coordinator. Teams compete at
all levels up to national competitions. An elite sports academy
offers support and training programmes for students who are
achieving at the top of their sports. The drama, art and the music
departments have enviable reputations for national successes.

Recent successes include:

2014 English teacher is awarded a Woolf Fisher Fellowship

2014 history teacher awarded a study grant to the United States

2014 Student selected for the Youth Environmental leadership Forum

2013 Chemistry teacher publishes a NCEA Chemistry textbook

2013 Student representative in the Youth Parliament

2012 history teacher publishes a NCEA history textbook

Students participate in the annual Model United Nations Assembly

Other opportunities to be involved in the life of the school include
such groups as debating, cultural groups, business teams, the
environment programme & the annual talent quest.

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North Island

THIS PROGRAMME IS FOR 2 WEEKS Rs. 85,000
School based programme -
• Welcome and orientation
• Full mainstream integration
• School based activities
• Weekly trip local area
• Farewell and certificate presentation
Home stay
• Single/double placement
• Full board, three meals a day, laundry
Insurance includes– flights, medical, personal effects
Administration/placement per group

Saturday 28 April Tuesday 1 May
8.45 – 3.10/3.30
Arrive at Auckland Airport. Experience the day of a NZ high school
Meet Lynfield College Home Stay student
Manager at Auckland Airport
Transfer from airport to host families

Sunday 29 April Wednesday 2 May
Auckland City tour -Mt Eden – city views from
Day with host families Auckland’s tallest volcano, Auckland Museum -
NZ history - Maori Cultural performance
Lunch at Mission Bay
Auckland University
Return to school 3pm

Monday 30 April Thursday 3 May
9 am Welcome and Orientation 8.45 – 3.10/3.30
Experience the day of a NZ high school student
Meet buddies kauri Glen Road, Northcote,
Attend classes with buddAiuesckland 0627, New Zealand

3.10 pm school finishes T: 0064 9 4810141

F: 0064 9 4810149

E: [email protected]

www.northcote.school.nz

Asung Terms and Conditions

Thanks to the teachers and the international office, studying at Northcote • This programme is offered by
College has been a good experience for me. I enjoy the subjects. The
teachers’ kindness, professionalism and thoughtfulness helped me to learn. Northcote College
The teachers focus on how to understand. There are large sports grounds
and many sports to choose from. • The tours are conducted by the School

or a New Zealand Tour company that is
Code of Practice Compliant

• This programme has a minimum

number of 5 students.

• This has a specific date of arrival and

departures - 26th April to 13th May

What's Included?

• One representative teacher/principal

from your school FREE with every 10
students

• Homestay with food, school fees, travel

and sightseeing

• Insurance which covers medical, flight,

personal effects. Insurance is taken from
a New Zealand Insurance Company.

• Host family screening and selection

What's Not Included

• Cost of flight, visa and passport
• Personal items, telephone calls to home,

optional excursions etc.

Friday 4 May Tuesday 8 May
8.45 – 3.10/3.30 NZ Natural tour
Experience the day of a NZ high school student Arataki Visitors Centre – NZ rainforest
Piha Beach – famous surf beach
Saturday 5 May and Sunday 6 May Kiwi Valley Farm Park – hands on, real life NZ
Spend time with your host families. Understand farm experience
New Zealand culture and life Return to school 3pm

Wednesday 9 and Thursday 10 May
8.45 – 3.10/3.30
Experience the day of a NZ high school student

Monday 7 May Friday 11 May
8.45 – 3.10/3.30
8.45 – 3.10/3.30 kauri Glen Road, Northcote, Last day in school
Farewell lunch
Experience the day of a NAuZchkliagnhds0ch6o2o7l, sNtuewdeZnetaland Certificate presentations
T: 0064 9 4810141 Saturday 12 May
Transfer to airport
F: 0064 9 4810149 Depart Auckland

E: [email protected]

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TIMARU BOYS’

HIGH SCHOOL

Discover a better future at Timaru Boys’ High School

Lynfield College
Date: 28 April– 12 May 2018

TIMARU BOYS’

HIGH SCHOOL

Welcome to Timaru Boys’ High School.

We offer this prospectus as a window on who we are and what we do.
The provision of high-quality teaching and learning with optimal conditions for success is
our priority at Timaru Boys’. We want our students to receive the best opportunity to develop
in an inclusive and stimulating environment that is designed to meet their needs as young
men. Our focus is on the enrichment of each boy so that he experiences personal growth
and excellence, to position him well for ongoing learning and success. We want him to
develop both his ‘heart’ and ‘mind’ and a sense of purpose and progression. We aim to
build character as well as talent. Our core values drive high achievement and instil the
attributes of good men. Qualities that underpin a Timaru Boys’ education include: respect
for self and others, responsibility, integrity, excellence, participation, and the development
of an enquiring mind. In all areas of endeavour and conduct, expectations are high,
achievement is celebrated, and strong relationships are forged.
We have a rich heritage and proud identity that reaches back to 1880. Timaru Boys’ High
school has always been at the forefront of education regionally and nationally.
Our past gives us anchorage as we embrace the modern age.
The school also offers a broad range of activities outside the classroom in sport, culture and
the arts. Co-curricular programmes, especially competitive team or group activities, give our
students important challenges; boys can contribute and thrive in different contexts
and enjoy aspects of the school spirit.
Join us at Timaru Boys’ High School.
Warm regards,

Nick McIvor
Rector

For further information or to arrange an enrolment interview please contact us at
[email protected] or call Ph: 03 687 7560.

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Boarding at Thomas House Find Out More

The Thomas House hostel caters for up to 125 boarding This prospectus aims to set out the main educational
students. The boarders are integral to school life, elements of Timaru Boys’ High School. You are
contributing their own special identity and friendship, encouraged to visit our website for enrolment forms and
diligence and dependability in the hostel environment. more detailed information, including but not limited to:
Boys live both in dormitories and in individual houses,
and there are common rooms and laundry, kitchen and Boarding at Thomas House Houses
medical facilities. Thomas House is run by excellent Curriculum Co-curricular activites
staff who support the boys tremendously in all areas. Facilities Maori
A range of boarding scholarships is available. Scholarships Uniform
Inter-school exchanges International students
Uniform Sport and cultural activity Special programmes
Terms and holidays School fees and donation
Timaru Boys’ High School requires its students The calendar and newsletter Board of Trustees
to wear the uniform with pride and to a high Old Boys information
standard of dress and personal grooming.

www.timaruboys.school.nz

Timaru Boys’ High School
211 North Street, Timaru
Private Bag 903,
Timaru 7940

p. (03) 687 7560

Lynfield College
Date: 28 April– 12 May 2018

Academic Excellence The Gifted and Talented programme is designed to
challenge able boys in an advanced setting, including
We believe that every young man can be taught to curriculum acceleration in the junior school. A range
achieve to the best of his ability. Our lessons combine of extension opportunities is available to seniors that
high expectations and standards with active and varied will complement their qualification pathways and
learning. They promote positive relationships, values enable them to think, work and express themselves at
and role modelling, healthy competition and recognition advanced levels. For students with particular learning
of achievement. There is a firm focus on the pursuit of needs, tailored assistance is provided by our Learning
excellence to prepare each boy for a successful future. Support programme. Those who speak English as a
The Timaru Boys’ High School motto, Scientia Potestas second language can access specialist ESOL (English for
Est (Knowledge is Power), underscores our belief that Speakers of Other Languages) help.
the power of learning transforms young men with self-
knowledge and the desire to seek new knowledge and Our students enjoy high-quality modern learning
personal growth. environments, with extensive Information Technology
(IT). Science is taught in well-resourced laboratories that
Our boys perform consistently well above local and facilitate superb practical and theoretical experiences
national academic benchmarks in NCEA Levels 1, 2 and in biology, chemistry and physics. The performing arts
3; with commendable Excellence and Merit Endorsement are enhanced by practice rooms, a mixing suite, and a
outcomes and Scholarship results. Our staff are special performance and dance area. Sport and physical
motivated, experienced, responsive, and adept at joining education achievement benefits from a modern fit-for-
and leading young men for their individual development. purpose gym facility and swimming pool. John Scott
Lodge in the Godley Valley provides a great base for
There is a firm focus on outdoor education. Diverse technologies and innovation
the pursuit of excellence are taught in well-equipped design rooms, e-learning
to prepare each boy for spaces, workshops, laboratories and kitchens. A
a successful future. horticultural area on site helps agriculture students to
develop their interests and abilities. Our whanau room is
an important centre for excellence in te reo and tikanga.

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EXCHANGE PROGRAMME OF 2 WEEKS Rs. 95,000

EXCHANGE PROGRAMME OF 3 WEEKS, Rs. 2,20,000

INCLUDING AVIATION INTRODUCTORY
COURSE AND FLYING TIME

Saturday Tuesday
Day 3: Kiwi Wildlife Park, Tekapo
Leave Mumbai for CHC bridge, Photos at Mt John Observatory/
Meet Homestay in Timaru

Sunday Wednesday 2 May
Orientation
Arrive CHC/ 3 Day 2 Night Trip @ Welcome function, meet buddy, study with NZ
Queenstown Student
(all meals are students’ own expense
except Lunch box from homestay)
Day 1: Stay overnight in Tekapo

Monday Thursday 3 May
Day 2: Travel to Queenstown, Skyline Study with NZ Student
Gondola & Luge, Jet Boatk, aSuhroi pGpleinngRaotad, Northcote, After School: Sport
Town Center Auckland 0627, New Zealand

T: 0064 9 4810141

F: 0064 9 4810149

E: [email protected]

www.northcote.school.nz

LEARN TO FLY Terms and Conditions

WHILE YOU ARE STUDYING • This programmes is offered by Timaru

NEW AVIATION COURSE Boys High School

Q Introduction 10 week course • The tours are conducted by the School
Q Two year course towards pilot licence
Q Low cost or a New Zealand Tour company that is
FridQayLimited numbers Code of Practice Compliant

Study with NZ Student • This programme has a minimum

TIMARU BOYS & TIMARU GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL number of 5 students.

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT ANDREW GILL - 021 686 211 or [email protected] • You can choose your dates

What's Included?

• One representative teacher/principal

from your school FREE with every 10
students

• Homestay with food, school fees, travel

and sightseeing

• Insurance which covers medical, flight,

personal effects. Insurance is taken from
a New Zealand Insurance Company.

• Host family screening and selection

What's Not Included

• Cost of flight, visa and passport
• Personal items, telephone calls to home,

optional excursions etc.

Tuesday 8
Study with NZ Student

Saturday Wednesday and Thursday
Free Time with Homestay AM & FM:
Sunday Sheep farm show, South Canterbury Museum,
AM: Timaru Sightseeing Contennial Park
PM: C Bay beach, Swimming & Hydro Slide

Monday Friday
Dunedin:
Study with NZ Student kauri Glen Road, Northcote, Otago Museum & Butterfly Garden, Shopping
After School: Kapahaka Auckland 0627, New Zealand @City Centre, Shopping @The Warehouse
Saturday
T: 0064 9 4810141 Transfert to CHC
F: 0064 9 4810149

E: [email protected]

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#StudyInNzFor an Educatwionwawl E.xnpzeeriaen.icne of a Lifetime

Come open career doors
you didn’t know existed

Contact for further details:

NZEA
New Zealand Education Advisors Ltd.

E - [email protected] www.nzea.in Ph - 9930103390

Mumbai: Charlotte Ville, 4 St. Roque Rd, Behind Mehboob Studio, Bandra (W), Mumbai 50

Auckland: 1/141 St. Heliers Bay Road, St. Heliers, Auckland 1071

Lynfield College
Date: 28 April– 12 May 2018

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WAINUIOMATA

high schOOL

"BE THE BEST YOU CAN BE"

MEMBER OF WIN - WAINUIOMATA INTERNATIONAL netwORK
WAINUIOMATA PRIMARy, INTERMEDIATE AND HIGH SCHOOL

Lynfield College
Date: 28 April– 12 May 2018

CONTACT US

email / [email protected]
address / Parkway, Wellington, 5014, New Zealand
website / www.wainuiomatahigh.school.nz
phone / +64-27-338-2837

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Flexible Dates - 2 or 3 weeks programme

WELLINGTON EAST GIRLS’ COLLEGE

Te Kura Kohine o Te Rawhiti o Te Upoko o Te Ika

Lynfield College
Date: 28 April– 12 May 2018

WELLINGTON EAST GIRLS’ COLLEGE

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ENROLMENT PACK

2018

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INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SCHOOL FEES 2018

ONE TUITION FEE SCHOOL HOMESTAY TOTAL HOMESTAY TOTAL FEE
TERM ADMINISTRATION PLACEMENT FEE $NZ
Includes GST $5,000
Government FEE Includes $8,000 $240 per week $7,640.00
Airport transfer $11,000 $13,520.00
Levy $600 $14,000 $2,640 $19,160.00
$400 $14,400 $25,040.00
$4,000 $600 11 weeks $26,880.00
$400
TWO $7,000 $600 $5,520
TERMS $10,000 $400
THREE $13,000 $600 23 weeks
TERMS $400
ONE YEAR $1000 $8,160
$400
Jan to Dec 34 weeks

ONE YEAR $13,000 $11,040

July to July 46 weeks

$12,480

52 weeks

D These prices apply to students starting in 2018 rolling over into 2019 (excluding extensions)

ADDITIONAL COSTS

ITEM APPROX COST $NZ NOTES
Insurance $550 Per year (Unicare Policy)
Uniform $400 Second Hand available
Stationary $100 Depends on course - bring laptop if available
Exams (NCEA) $385 NZ national qualifications
School trips Depends on subject/sports trip (can be overnight or longer)
Sports fees $50 - $400 Depends on sport and if student plays multiple sports
Bus (commuting) $20 - $200 Per term
Outdoor Education Per Term
$130
$400

If required the school can hold funds on behalf of the student to cover these additional costs.
Pocket Money: Depends on individual preferences but we recommend $20 - $40 per week for entertainment, bus fares, snacks and personal items.

SCHOOL CALENDAR 2018 - 2019

2018 Term Dates 2019 Term Dates

Term One Monday 29 January – Friday 13 April Term One Monday 28 January – Friday 12 April
Term Two Monday 30 April – Friday 6 July Term Two Monday 29 April – Friday 5 July
Term Three Monday 23 July – Friday 28 September Term Three Monday 22 July – Friday 27 September
Term Four Monday 15 October – Thursday 13 December Term Four Monday 14 October – Friday 13 December

Taradale High School

50 Murphy Road , Taradale, PO Box 7109 Taradale, Napier 4141, New Zealand
Phone: +64 (0)6 844 2159 Fax: +64 (0)6 844 5248 Email: [email protected] www.ths.school.nz

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Contact for further details:

NZEA
New Zealand Education Advisors Ltd.

E - [email protected] www.nzea.in Ph - 9930103390

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