Our School

Enrolling Your Child

We encourage parents to pre-enrol their preschool children by the age of four. 
New Entrant Enrolment - Informal Cohort Entry
At the age of five, a child may start school.  Most children will start school on their 5th birthday or the two dates which are designated for each term.
Term 1  31/01/23 or 6/03/23
Term 2  24/04/23 or 29/05/23
Term 3  17/07/23 or 21/08/23
Term 4  9/10/23 or 13/11/23
Glenholme School offers the opportunity for new entrant children to have pre-school visits at least 4 weeks before they start school.   
Pre-school visits are hosted every Wednesday morning from 9.00 am until 10.00 am in one of the Year 0/1 classes.  A legal guardian must remain on-site with the preschooler at all times.
All Enrolments
Deputy Principal, Mrs Molly Norton will meet with new enrolments.  On the day your child starts school please report to the school office.
All students need to be in full school uniform on the day that they start at Glenholme School
All students who are in the school zone will be eligible to enrol at Glenholme School. Out of Zone enrolments are limited to spaces being available at the time of enrolment.
Please click here to view Parents Information Booklet.

School Zone

Our school operates an enrolment policy within a defined zone for pupils.
  • If you live within the Glenholme School zone you are guaranteed a place at our school. 
  • If you live outside the Glenholme School zone your child will only be able to enrol through an out of zone ballot, which is held termly, if there are spaces available.
Please contact the school office and complete an enrolment form to ensure you are included in the out of zone ballot which is completed in Week 8 each term.  You will be notified of the outcome of the ballot.
Glenholme School Enrolment Scheme
In order to avoid overcrowding or the likelihood of overcrowding, the board of trustees of Glenholme School has adopted an enrolment scheme which has been approved by the Ministry of Education.
The enrolment scheme was effective as of 31st January 2018.
Under the scheme, students will be enrolled if they live within the home zone described below
Start at the intersection of Fenton Street and Victoria Street.
Travel south along Fenton Street, capturing only odd-numbered addresses, to the intersection of Gwendoline Street and Fenton Street.
Travel west along Gwendoline Street, capturing addresses on both sides of this road.
From 23B Gwendoline Street, travel west along the boundary with Arikikapakapa Golf Course (behind houses on Sophia Street). At the rear of 70 Sophia Street, travel north to reach the roadway (Sophia Street), and then continue west to capture all addresses along Sophia Street to reach Old Taupo Road.
Travel north along Old Taupo Road, capturing even-numbered addresses only, to the intersection of Old Taupo Road, Otonga Road and Devon Street/Devon Street West.
Travel west to 155 Devon Street West, capturing odd-numbered addresses only. From here the boundary continues in a northerly direction to capture addresses on Toru Street and the Manuka Crescent Reserve and tennis courts. Continue to the intersection of Hillcrest Ave and Garden Place. All addresses on Garden Place are included in the zone.
Travel east along Hillcrest Ave to the intersection of Old Taupo Road and Hillcrest Ave (only address numbers 3 – 51 Hillcrest Ave and 4 – 40 Hillcrest Ave are included in the zone).
Continue north along Old Taupo Road, capturing even-numbered addresses only, to reach the intersection of Pererika Street and Old Taupo Road.
Travel east along Pererika Street, capturing even-numbered addresses only, to reach the intersection of Ranolf Street and Pererika Street.
Travel south along Ranolf Street, capturing odd-numbered addresses only, to the intersection of Victoria Street and Ranolf Street.
Travel east along Victoria Street to Fenton Street, capturing even-numbered addresses only. The zone boundary ends at the intersection of Victoria Street and Fenton Street.
The enrolment of out of zone students is governed by the provisions of the Education Act 1989. The enrolment scheme, which includes a precise description of the home zone and map, may be viewed at the school office, where copies of the scheme are also available.

School Uniform

Glenholme School uniform can be purchased in-store at NZ Uniforms or online  NZ Uniforms.  
Parents can select from a range of items.  
During Term 1 and Term 4 children need to wear our school uniform sun hat.
Shoes or sandals are to be plain black.
Socks or tights need to be black.
Tops worn under the uniform shirt during winter must be black.
The only jewellery items to be worn are a medic alert ID, a wristwatch or items of religious or cultural significance.
We sometimes have some second-hand uniform items which are available at the school office.
NZ Uniforms
1302 Ranolf Street
Ph 07 282 2023 

Before And After School Care

Glenholme Before and After School Care Programme (GASP)
This is a private business that operates on the Glenholme School hall and grounds during term time and the school holidays. 
For more information contact Mrs Maryanne Roling 
ph 021 121 5599

Healthy School Lunches

Ka Ora, Ka Ako aims to reduce food insecurity by providing access to a nutritious lunch every day. The name Ka Ora, Ka Ako is about being healthy and well in order to be in a good place to learn. 
Research indicates that reducing food insecurity for children and young people:
  • improves well-being
  • supports child development and learning
  • improves learners’ levels of concentration, behaviour and school achievement
  • reduces financial hardship amongst families and whānau
  • addresses barriers to children’s participation in education and promotes attendance at school
  • boosts learners’ overall health.
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Glenholme School is a water-only school.  Your child will only require a drink bottle that contains water.  Please do not send juice to school with your child.