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Old Oct 21st 2006, 2:06 pm
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we are still waiting for our house sale to go through been 9 weeks since we excepted his offer, the week we were to exchange his solicitor asked more questions!!!!! this last week has seen us both as each others throats at times some days you have good days others you go mad. We just want to get going, can't book flights or anything so frustrating :scared: thats enough of me moaning.
Can anyone reccomend good schools daughter 12yrs and a son 8yrs, we are undecided on areas but know it is between Papomoa, and hawkes bay area.
We are going to rent for a few weeks in Taradale then up to Papomoa to house sit for some friends of ours for xmas and new year as they are off to oz for holiday then decide. So if anyone can help with schools that would be great. Its abit too early to hit the but that how i feel lets hope monday morning will come and the house would of gone through.
Thanks Paula
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Old Oct 21st 2006, 7:40 pm
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Can't help with schools but the schools will all be on holiday until February.
They finish about 20th Dec (Primary/Intermediate) and return approx 7th Feb.






2007 - PRIMARY AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS

Term 1
Wednesday 7 February
To
Thursday 5 April (84 half-days)

Term 2
Monday 23 April
To
Friday 29 June (96 half-days)

Term 3
Monday 16 July
To
Friday 21 September (100 half-days)

Term 4
Monday 8 October
To
Thursday 20 December (106 half-days) *

* Or Friday 21 December for schools that exercise one day's flexibility to close, or for schools in areas that celebrate their Anniversary Day in term time.
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Old Oct 21st 2006, 8:48 pm
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Hi
we are still waiting for our house sale to go through been 9 weeks since we excepted his offer, the week we were to exchange his solicitor asked more questions!!!!! this last week has seen us both as each others throats at times some days you have good days others you go mad. We just want to get going, can't book flights or anything so frustrating :scared: thats enough of me moaning.
Can anyone reccomend good schools daughter 12yrs and a son 8yrs, we are undecided on areas but know it is between Papomoa, and hawkes bay area.
We are going to rent for a few weeks in Taradale then up to Papomoa to house sit for some friends of ours for xmas and new year as they are off to oz for holiday then decide. So if anyone can help with schools that would be great. Its abit too early to hit the but that how i feel lets hope monday morning will come and the house would of gone through.
Thanks Paula
hi i ca't help with schools in your area of choice, but if you've not used this link , you could give it a go
http://www.tki.org.nz/e/sc.hools/index.php
click on the school name to get the decile rating 1 is low 10 is high 'The Ministry of Education uses a decile rating system for school funding purposes.
Each decile contains approximately 10% of schools. Schools in decile one have the highest proportion of students from low socio-economic backgrounds. Schools in decile ten have the lowest proportions of these students' , also for schools, addresses, web sites etc


enrolement zones for schools try http://www.schoolzones.co.nz
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hi i ca't help with schools in your area of choice, but if you've not used this link , you could give it a go
http://www.tki.org.nz/e/sc.hools/index.php
click on the school name to get the decile rating 1 is low 10 is high 'The Ministry of Education uses a decile rating system for school funding purposes.
Each decile contains approximately 10% of schools. Schools in decile one have the highest proportion of students from low socio-economic backgrounds. Schools in decile ten have the lowest proportions of these students' , also for schools, addresses, web sites etc


enrolement zones for schools try http://www.schoolzones.co.nz
Hi thanks for web site wondered what the school decile meant, had good look for schools in papamoa/tauranga, and hawkes bay area very helpful thanks.
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Hi thanks for web site wondered what the school decile meant, had good look for schools in papamoa/tauranga, and hawkes bay area very helpful thanks.
Decile reflects the so called socio economic group the lower the decile means that the school gets more government funding than high decile schools.Higher ones parents tend to parent driven fundraising and will have higher school fees.Our school is a 10 and we pay 50 dollars a child per term.
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