International students who require disciplinary action during school will be done so under the jurisdiction of school policy. If further action is required it will be implemented as stipulated in "The Code of Practice" part 5: Students under 18, section 15.4.
At any time deemed necessary by the school the student's' parents will be contacted directly to discuss issues related to student conduct and/or welfare.
Student's welfare during school times are subject to the terms and conditions relevant to all students attending St Pius X school, and are determined by policy pertaining to the operation of the school.
St Pius X School retains the right to terminate any contracts entered into pertaining to the student studying at their school. This could result if the student is considered not to be making progress or is deemed in need of special educational services, to assist with mainstream learning over that currently offered by the programme. If required an independent assessment will be undertaken at the cost of the applicant which will be deducted prior to any reimbursement of school fees.
We have heard this afternoon that the country is gone to a Level 3 Alert.
From tomorrow 24 March schools are closed except for the children of ESSENTIAL workers. This will be temporary and schools will close entirely on Wednesday.
Junior students Years 1-3 (Totara - 1, Rimu -2 , Kahikatea - 3) : home learning packs will be available between 12:30 - 3:30 tomorrow, March 24.
Middle senior students Years 4-8 (Pohutukawa, Nikau, Kowhai and Matai) will provide on-line learning programmes. If you require a device to access this please come into the school between 12:30pm and 3:30pm tomorrow March 24th.