Abundant Life School
Students who know who they are & Whose They are
DATE CHANGE - Friday 5th February - New Whanau Induction night - 5.30pm to 6.30pm - Kaitaia Abundant Life School Auditorium
Tuesday 2nd February 8am to 9am - Year 13 Subject Selections
Wednesday 3rd February 8am to 9am - Year 12 Subject Selections
Thursday 4th February 8am to 9am - Year 11 Subject Selections
Friday 5th February 8am to 9am - Year 10 Subject Selections
Tuesday 9th February 9.15am - Whole School Powhiri
nOTICES & nEWSLETTERS
2021 Stationery Lists
Attendance Dues are due at the end of term one. Payment details are as follows:
Kaitaia Abundant Life Centre Trust
38 - 9014 - 0820094 - 00
If you wish to make a payment plan contact the Proprietors at
09 408 26 71
11 North Road, Kaitaia
Our school uniform reflects the pride we have in our students. We expect them to wear it with pride and to reflect excellence in their attire. It is mainly purchased from DD Gold.
Year 1 - 6 Boys
Year 1 - 6 Girls
Year 7 - 13 Young Men
Year 7 - 13 Young Women
To be well-groomed, clean, neat and tidy are our guiding principles of appearance. The correct uniform, clean and pressed, should be worn to school.
Hair Styles & Colour
Jewellery and Make-Up
Standards of Conduct
A major aim of this school is to foster Christian character in the lives of our students. We believe that attention to conduct and dress are important in the development of these traits.The following guidelines are to help students set high standards of personal appearance and behaviour expected of them as students of this school.
Addressing people by their known and proper name
Addressing adults by their appropriate title
Always showing gratitude and thankfulness
Complimenting and acknowledging each other whenever possible
Speaking to others with grace
Welcoming guests openly
“Let your speech always be with grace, seasoned with salt, that you may know how to talk to one another.” - Galatians 4 v 6
Following and obeying all school rules and procedures
Being diligent and conscientious in their work
Being kind and considerate to one another
Looking after their own and other’s property
Being friendly and helpful
Treating others as they would like to be treated
“Live in a manner that is worthy of the Lord, pleasing Him in every respect, bearing fruit in every good work.” - Colossians 1 v 10
All students are expected to have a positive and caring attitude. Examples of this include:
Knowing that God loves them
Knowing that they are of great value
Knowing that they can be successful in whatever they dedicate themselves to
Knowing that their teachers and this school have their best interests at heart
Encouraging, affirming and being thoughtful to others.
“Do nothing from selfishness or empty conceit, but with humility of mind let each of you regard one another as more important than himself; do not merely look out for your own personal interests, but also for the interests of others. Have this attitude in yourselves which was also in Christ Jesus...” - Philippians 2 v 3-5
Respect for Authority
Being teachable and open to counsel and correction
Being respectful and quick to obey
Being loyal, supportive and submissive
“Obey your leaders, and submit to them; for they keep watch over your souls, as those who will give an account.” - Hebrews 13 v 17
“Let no one look down on your youthfulness, but rather in speech, conduct, love, faith and purity, show yourself an example of those who believe.”
- 1 Timothy 4 v 12
Students are expected to develop and maintain high personal standards. Throughout their tenure at the school, all students are considered to be ambassadors representing the school wherever they go. We expect them to maintain standards that are in keeping with the aims of our school, even outside of regular school hours (this includes social media). At all times, they are to abstain from smoking, drinking alcohol, using illegal drugs or indecent language and profanities, and to strive to be above reproach.
Sickness or Injust at School
Minor injuries are treated at School.
Uniform and PE Gear
Please collect your stationery list from the office. Stationery needs to be purchased and labeled with your child's name by the time school starts in Term 1. It makes a big difference to the children's confidence when they are able to arrive on the first day with everything they need, Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.
Primary Assemblies are held on Fridays at 11:35 pm and parents are warmly invited to attend. At these assemblies, certificates are given out to children to acknowledge areas of merit. Birthdays from the week are also recognised. Each class will take turns to lead the assemblies and share a Bible message in a creative way.
When your child is ill
Changes to home time arrangements
Concerns or Queries
Keeping in Touch
It is important that if your circumstances and contract details change that we're kept up to date with your most recent contact details.
Secondary Syndicate Leadership
Girl's Dean - Angelina Wakarua
At each level of the qualification (Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3), students are assessed on the learning attained in their selection of subjects.
Individual NCEA subjects are subdivided into Achievement Standards. Some standards are internally assessed and moderated externally during the academic year. Others are externally assessed through the NCQA (New Zealand Qualifications Authority) national examinations which generally take place at the end of the year. Each successful assessment earns credits that contribute to a certificate at level 1, Level 2 or Level 3. Most subjects offer between 16 and 24 credits.