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Proprietors

TEAM | WHANAU |LIFE | FUN | FAITH

Kaitaia Abundant Life School is established by the Kaitaia Abundant Life Centre Trust for parents choosing a God-centred, Biblical worldview, Christian education for their children. 

 

The Special Character of the School is determined by the Christian beliefs, values and lifestyle of the Church as determined from time to time by the Trustees of the Kaitaia Abundant Life Centre Trust.

Property

Property Owners


The Proprietors (the Church Trust) are the land and building owners for 11-13 North Road Kaitaia, this includes all dwellings on these premesis: - All buildings used by Kaitaia Abundant Life School - Footprints Educare - The Proprietors Office, The Hub




Capital Works


The Proprietors are responsible for all Capital Works and must ensure that buildings are as follows:

  • safe
  • are in a fit state of repair
  • meet all statutory, regulatory and Ministry design standards.
Capital works is funded by Attendance Dues and funding from the Ministry of Education.




Maintenance


The Ministry provides funding to the school to maintain the property, including buildings, furniture and equipment. This is called the Property Maintenance Grant (PMG). The PMG covers maintenance work, such as:

  • painting
  • fixing broken equipment
  • minor repairs to buildings and infrastructure





Special character

Special Character


The Special Character is what differenciates Kaitaia Abundant Life School from other schools. The Special Character is dertrmined by the Proprietor, it is from here the vision for the school is birthed. Our special character is summerised though our special character statement, it provides the basis for the working relationship between the Proprietor and the shool. The Special Character statement is front and centre in the Board’s Charter and informs the Boards policies.




Special Character Statement


Because God is:

  • The creator of heaven and earth, of all things visible and invisible, sustaining and ruling over creation, including man and it
  • The source of all wisdom and knowledge God the Father Jesus His Son and the Holy Spirit are relevant to every area of study and endeavour in the school.
The school reflects this by:
  • Te Ao Maori as an expression of God’s Biblical world view
  • Using the Bible as the basis for exploring God’s world, and as a standard against which to compare and interpret all curriculum material.
  • Teaching Christian values and behaviour thought the process of acknowledgement of sin, repentance and acceptance of Jesus’ gift of grace.
  • Using prayer as a key tool in learning and inviting the Holy Spirit into every learning situation.
  • Encouraging each child to give their best because God creates and equips each person for their unique role in His service and acknowledging achievement in accordance with the child’s effort.
  • Inextricably integrating knowledge of the world and Christian beliefs, through an integrated approach of an appropriate Christian curriculum and developed programme plans.
  • Acting as a continuum and extension of the teaching provided in Christian (preference/married) homes.
  • Providing an environment where children, parents and teachers can experience Godly relationships, showing the character of Christ in love, discipline, respect, honour and trust. Including the support of one’s biblical identity at birth as being born male or female.
  • Providing staff who are suitable role models and have the qualities it seeks to support and encourage our students




Enrolment Information


As a state integrated school Kaitaia Abundant Life School select preference students on the following grounds:

  • Some of the agents for determining preference is the following:
    • Godly character
    • Commitment and relationship with God
    • Fellowship with other Christians as per our statement of faith (include ministers’ reference).
    • Biblical marriage
  • The grounds for preference is based on a connection and relationship with God as outlined in on our statement of faith.
  • State integrated schools have places for non-preference students.
    • This school has a maximum of 26 places.
    • Non-Preference places criteria:
      • The applicants accept that they will be attending a school of special character and that their place in the school is conditional on their participation in a special character education as stipulated in our statement of faith.
      • The applicants accept that they will be required to pay attendance dues as set by the Proprietor and these are not voluntary.
    • Non-Preference criteria that apply to this school.
      • Footprints Educare early childhood tamariki.
      • The siblings of non-preference students already in the school.
      • Siblings of former non-preference students.
      • Whanau who live within the Far North and who want to participate in the special character programme of the school.
      • Non-preference students who cannot enrol immediately because we have no non-preference spaces may choose to be placed on a waiting list. Students on this list are wait listed by date and number and will be contacted if places become available. At the end of the calendar year the list is removed, and people apply to be reinstated on the wait list for the following year.





OUR TEAM

He makes the whole body fit together perfectly. As each part does its own special work, it helps the other parts grow, so that the whole body is healthy and growing and full of love.

Ephesians 4:16

News & General info

Property 

We're excited to announce that over the summer break will will be installing shade sails in secondary, primary and over the upper primary playground with all works expected to be completed for the start of term one 2021. Six new picnic tables will also provide additional seating for our students heading into the new year. 

 

Attendance Dues 2021 

Payment in full for 2021 attendance dues are due before the end of 

term one, 16 April 2020. Payments can be made in installments prior 

to the due date to the following account: 

  • Account Name - KALCT Proprietors 

  • Account Number - 38-9014-0820094-00    

 

Attendance dues for 2021 

  • 1 Child, $400 

  • 2 Children, $800 

  • 3  or more Children, $1200 (per parents/caregivers) 

Please note that attendance dues are non-refundable due to un-enrollment throughout the year.  Please see our terms and conditions below for more information. 

Special Character


The Special Character is what differenciates Kaitaia Abundant Life School from other schools. The Special Character is dertrmined by the Proprietor, it is from here the vision for the school is birthed. Our special character is summerised though our special character statement, it provides the basis for the working relationship between the Proprietor and the shool. The Special Character statement is front and centre in the Board’s Charter and informs the Boards policies.




Special Character Statement


Because God is:

  • The creator of heaven and earth, of all things visible and invisible, sustaining and ruling over creation, including man and it
  • The source of all wisdom and knowledge God the Father Jesus His Son and the Holy Spirit are relevant to every area of study and endeavour in the school.
The school reflects this by:
  • Te Ao Maori as an expression of God’s Biblical world view
  • Using the Bible as the basis for exploring God’s world, and as a standard against which to compare and interpret all curriculum material.
  • Teaching Christian values and behaviour thought the process of acknowledgement of sin, repentance and acceptance of Jesus’ gift of grace.
  • Using prayer as a key tool in learning and inviting the Holy Spirit into every learning situation.
  • Encouraging each child to give their best because God creates and equips each person for their unique role in His service and acknowledging achievement in accordance with the child’s effort.
  • Inextricably integrating knowledge of the world and Christian beliefs, through an integrated approach of an appropriate Christian curriculum and developed programme plans.
  • Acting as a continuum and extension of the teaching provided in Christian (preference/married) homes.
  • Providing an environment where children, parents and teachers can experience Godly relationships, showing the character of Christ in love, discipline, respect, honour and trust. Including the support of one’s biblical identity at birth as being born male or female.
  • Providing staff who are suitable role models and have the qualities it seeks to support and encourage our students




Enrolment Information


As a state integrated school Kaitaia Abundant Life School select preference students on the following grounds:

  • Some of the agents for determining preference is the following:
    • Godly character
    • Commitment and relationship with God
    • Fellowship with other Christians as per our statement of faith (include ministers’ reference).
    • Biblical marriage
  • The grounds for preference is based on a connection and relationship with God as outlined in on our statement of faith.
  • State integrated schools have places for non-preference students.
    • This school has a maximum of 26 places.
    • Non-Preference places criteria:
      • The applicants accept that they will be attending a school of special character and that their place in the school is conditional on their participation in a special character education as stipulated in our statement of faith.
      • The applicants accept that they will be required to pay attendance dues as set by the Proprietor and these are not voluntary.
    • Non-Preference criteria that apply to this school.
      • Footprints Educare early childhood tamariki.
      • The siblings of non-preference students already in the school.
      • Siblings of former non-preference students.
      • Whanau who live within the Far North and who want to participate in the special character programme of the school.
      • Non-preference students who cannot enrol immediately because we have no non-preference spaces may choose to be placed on a waiting list. Students on this list are wait listed by date and number and will be contacted if places become available. At the end of the calendar year the list is removed, and people apply to be reinstated on the wait list for the following year.





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10:30 am 

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