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    2015 Enrolment Packs and Prospectus will be available on line shortly

  • Topic 1

    ENROLMENT PROCEDURES AND KEY DATES 2015

    • The enrolment procedures for Burnside High School are as follows:

      1 All applicants need to complete a Student Enrolment Form and are required to attach:

      •     a birth certifcate
      •     a copy of passport status (if not born in New Zealand)
      •     a copy of a telephone or electricity account, as evidence of in-zone address.

      2 Please mail or deliver your enrolment forms to Burnside High School,
      PO Box 29 677, Greers Road, Christchurch, 8540.

      3 The closing dates for pre-enrolment are:
      a)     Friday, 1 August 2014 for Years 9 – 13 students living in the home zone
      b)     Friday, 1 August 2014 for Year 9 students living out-of-zone
      c)     Friday, 8 August 2014 for Years 10 – 13 students living  out-of-zone

      4 Applicants will be notifed of their application result by letter, which will be posted to parents/caregivers on:
      a)     Friday 8 August 2014 for Years 9 – 13 home-zone applicants and Year  9 out-of zone applicants.
      b)     Friday, 15 August 2014 for Years 10 – 13 out-of-zone applicants.

      5 Applicants (including home zone applicants who have enrolment entitlement) are asked to please confrm their acceptance or non-acceptance of the place offered within 14 days.

  • Topic 2

    BURNSIDE HIGH SCHOOL ZONE

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    • Home Zone
      All students who live within the home zone described below shall be entitled to enrol at the school.

      • From Russley Road east along Wairakei Road to Breens Road,
      • north along Breens Road to Twyford Street,
      • along Twyford Street to Vauxhall Street,
      • east along Vauxhall Street to Farrington Avenue,
      • north along Farrington Avenue to Hornsby Street,
      • east along Hornsby Street and crossing Mooray Avenue to Staines Street,
      • east along Staines Street to Grahams Road,
      • north along Grahams Road to Greers Road,
      • south along Greers Road to Saffron Street,
      • along Saffron Street to Manor Place,
      • east along Manor Place to Wairakei Road,
      • east along Wairakei Road to Idris Road,
      • east along Idris Road to Glandovey Road,
      • south along Glandovey Road to Fendalton Road,
      • west along Fendalton Road to Clyde Road,
      • south along Clyde Road to Creyke Road,
      • west along Creyke Road to Maidstone Road,
      • continuing west along Maidstone Road to Withells Road,
      • along a line across Withells Road to Wardour Mews,
      • west along Wardour Mews to Berkshire Drive,
      • west along Berkshire Drive to Greystoke Lane,
      • west along Greystoke Lane and continuing on this line to Russley Road,
      • north along Russley Road to Wairakei Road.

      This includes residences on both sides of the boundary roads included  in the zone.
      Proof of residence within the home zone will be required.

  • Topic 3

    UNIFORM REQUIREMENTS 2015

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      GIRLS’ UNIFORM - COMPULSORY FOR GIRLS IN YEARS 9 - 12

      Winter Uniform - Compulsory sometime in Term 1, once the Principal deems it too cold to stay in Summer Uniform (normally from mid to late March) and all of Term 2 and 3 and on all formal occasions, such as Prize Givings.

      White, long-sleeved blouse

      Regulation BHS long-sleeved white blouse worn tucked in.  (Note: this must not be worn with the summer skirt)

      Kilt

      Regulation BHS kilt.  (Note: This must be no longer than 15cms from the ground)

      Knitwear

      Regulation BHS V-necked jersey or cardigan.

      Dark navy socks

      Dark navy knee-hi or over the knee socks.  (Note: White ankle socks are not to be worn with the kilt)

      Shoes

      Traditional school style, plain black, LEATHER, black soled shoes with either a buckled T-bar or U bar or plain black laces.  (Note: Heels must be between 1cm and 4cms high, no suede or canvas or platform shoes are permitted and footwear must be shoes not boots i.e. shoe must come below the ankle bone)

      Blazer (the preferred option) OR jacket

      A BHS regulation blazer which is highly recommended and required for formal occasions OR a BHS regulation green and white tracksuit jacket,  OR a BHS regulation polar fleece.

       

      Summer Uniform - Compulsory for Term 1 until the Principal deems it too cold to stay in Summer Uniform (normally from mid to late March) and for Term 4.

      White, short-sleeved over-blouse

      Regulation BHS white over-blouse with slits at the side worn out over summer skirt. 

      (Note: White long-sleeved shirts are not to be worn with the summer skirt)

      Green pinstriped skirt

      COMPULSORY for all Year 9 students from 2014 onward and OPTIONAL for other year levels  - NEW Regulation BHS summer skirt  with pocket and pleats, worn below the knee and worn only with the short-sleeved, white over-shirt

      OR for Year 10 to Year 12 students, the EXISTING regulation BHS summer skirt, no shorter than 10cms above the knee and worn only with the short-sleeved white over-shirt.

      (Note: From 2014 on the existing BHS summer skirt will be phased out)

      Short white socks

      White socks must be able to be turned down at the ankle.

      (Note: Navy socks are not to be worn with the new or existing BHS summer skirt)

      Knitwear

      As for winter uniform.

      Shoes

      As for winter uniform.

      Blazer or Jacket

      As for winter uniform.

       

      Physical Education Uniform - Compulsory for every Year 9 and Year 10 girls and those girls doing Physical Education in Year 11.

      Regulation BHS physical education shorts and V or crew neck top with school logo, white sports socks and soft-soled sports shoes.

       

      Girls’ Uniform - Optional Extras

      Tie

      Regulation BHS tie, required for formal occasions, to be worn ONLY with the kilt and long-sleeved shirt.

      Scarf

      Plain white, dark navy, black or regulation BHS green and white stripe.

      (Note: Head scarves worn for religious reasons must also be plain white, dark navy or black)

      Gloves

      Plain dark navy or black.

      Umbrella

      Must be folding type.

      Tracksuit

      Regulation BHS green and white tracksuit worn only for Physical Education or sports.

       

       

      BOYS’ UNIFORM - COMPULSORY FOR BOYS IN YEARS 9 - 12

      Winter Uniform - Compulsory sometime in Term 1, once the Principal deems it too cold to stay in Summer Uniform (normally from mid to late March) and all of Term 2 and 3 and on all formal occasions, such as Prize Givings.

      White, long-sleeved shirt

      Regulation BHS long-sleeved white shirt worn in winter tucked into trousers or shorts.

      (Note: Long sleeved white shirts must not be worn with shorts in the summer terms )

      Green shorts or charcoal grey trousers

      Regulation BHS shorts worn with matching belt or plain black belt OR regulation BHS charcoal, grey trousers (with straight NOT tapered legs) worn with a plain black buckled belt.

      Knitwear

      Regulation BHS V-necked jersey.

      Shoes

      Traditional school style, plain black, LEATHER, black soled shoes with plain black laces.

      (Note: Heels must be between 1cm and 4cms high, no suede or canvas or slip-on shoes are permitted and footwear must be shoes not boots i.e. shoe must come below the ankle bone)

      Socks

      Dark grey socks worn with trousers or oatmeal walk socks worn up with shorts.

      Blazer (the preferred option from 2014) OR jacket

      A BHS regulation blazer which is highly recommended and required for formal occasions OR a BHS regulation green and white tracksuit jacket,  OR a BHS regulation polar fleece.

       

      Summer Uniform - Compulsory for Term 1 until the Principal deems it too cold to stay in Summer Uniform (normally from mid to late March) and for Term 4.

      Green, short-sleeved over-shirt

      Regulation BHS green, over-shirt with slits at the side worn out over shorts.

      (Note: this is a requirement for all boys from Year 9 to Year 12 now that the green shirt has been fully phased in)

      Green shorts

      As for winter uniform for all boys.

      Knitwear

      As for winter uniform.

      Socks

      Oatmeal walk socks worn  up.

      Shoes

      As for winter uniform.

      Blazer (Preferred option from 2014) OR jacket

      As for winter uniform.

       

      Physical Education Uniform - Compulsory for every Year 9 and Year 10 boy and those boys doing Physical Education in Year 11.

      Regulation BHS physical education shorts and crew neck top with school logo, white sports socks and soft-soled sports shoes.

       

      Boys’ Uniform - Optional Extras

      Tie

      Regulation BHS tie, required for formal occasions, to be worn ONLY with the long-sleeved shirt.

      Scarf

      Plain white, dark navy, black or regulation BHS green and white stripe.

      Gloves

      Plain dark navy or black.

      Umbrella

      Must be folding type.

      Tracksuit

      Regulation BHS green and white tracksuit worn only for Physical Education or sports.