- Term 1 – Starting 1st February, Ending Thursday 13th April
- Term 2 – Starting 1st May, Ending Friday 7th July
- Term 3 – Starting 24th July, Ending Friday 29th September
- Term 4 – Starting 16th October, Ending Friday 15th December
At Forrest Hill School, our day of learning is broken up into four blocks.
Our day runs like this:
For school donations, trip payments, stationery and uniform payments etc you are able to pay by internet banking directly into the school bank account.
Details are as follows:
ASB Wairau Park
Account No: 12 3087 0101077 03
Please provide your child’s name and Room number as a reference.
Alternatively you can make Credit Card or EFTPOS payments at the school office.
2017 Uniform Price List
To purchase a uniform item please ask at the office.
Thank you for your interest in our school. Choosing a primary school is an important decision that parents make. You need to be sure that the school where your child is going to spend much of their time needs to hold the same values and beliefs that you and your family have. You need to understand the way the school delivers the curriculum and what other opportunities are available to help enrich your child’s education. If you are thinking of enrolling your child/ren at Forrest Hill School then please make contact with Sue or Linda, our office personnel, who will explain options available to you: We can send you a school prospectus. The Principal enjoys meeting interested parents and will talk to you about the teaching and learning that takes place in the school. You will have a tour around the school whilst the students are working during the day.
The Forrest Hill School PTA is made up of a group of school parents who have come together to support our children’s education. We are the link to the teachers and staff, providing a means for parents and the school to build a successful partnership based on the best interests of our children.
We meet once a month, and our role is to help raise much needed extra funds for the school, to organise social events for the pupils and parents, and to help wherever we are able to within the school community. New members are always welcome. Feel free to talk to any of the members if you are interested in being involved!
Committee Members: Shona Cribb, Dave Horne, Helena Witkowski, Kirsty Cameron, Anita Cook,
Daniel Cook, Paige Sun and Sarah Huang.
Friends of the PTA – We have a number of parents who help out from time to time.
If you are interested in joining the PTA as a member, or as a friend of the PTA, you can either speak with one of our members above or we can be contacted through the following channels – email firstname.lastname@example.org or via our Facebook page “Forrest Hill School PTA”
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Junior school children will have reading books to take home to read Monday to Thursday with a poem on Friday.
Parents, listening to and reading with their child are a valuable support to school learning.
Homework given to students in the middle and senior areas of the school is usually reflective of classroom programmes. It is a way of consolidating learning. Homework usually involves reading, the learning of spelling and maths basic facts and may contain some topic related activities when
Appropriate. Homework can be set as a week’s contract or on a day by day basis.
Homework is sometimes Web Based and available through Google Drive or Classroom.
For any further information please contact your child’s classroom teacher.
Refer to the Teacher’s email Directory.
In 2017 students will be using devices to enhance their learning experience throughout the classes of Year 5 and Year 6.
Building on the work of teachers and students that has taken place in 2016.
At FHS we use Google Apps For Education as a platform for many of our learning activities in the senior school.
The device that is best suited for this purpose is a Chromebook.
In 2017 parents will have the option of providing their child with his or her own device starting from Year 5.
SchoolDocs is a website we subscribe to that takes care of our policies, making sure they are regularly reviewed, accessible and strengthened through collaborative practice. It saves our BOT time and gives our community an easy way to view, contributes and shapes school policy.
How it works:
Have your say on School Policies. View the policies up for discussion and give your feedback.
To report a student absences online please click here and follow the instructions on the absence form. Otherwise call the office (09) 4108939.
If you have a question about your child’s learning please contact their teachers by email.
Refer to the Teacher’s email Directory.
For other matters contact….The Principal, Team Leaders, Front Office.
For more information please download FHS Information Book 2017.