General Enrolment Information
Mangakahia Area School is an inclusive and diverse school that welcomes students from our region and internationally. Everything you need to know to make a decision on whether our school is your school is here. If you are interested in your child/children attending - please contact the school office.
STATIONERY LISTS Y1 - Y8
STATIONERY LISTS Y9 - Y13
BRING YOUR OWN DEVICE
Mangakahia Area School - supplies Chromebooks for all students enrolled.
Mangakahia Area School is part of the Ministry of Education School Donation Scheme - there are no school fees/donations required from Parents.
In 2022 the school has adopted a modern uniform. Students arriving are expected to be in the new uniform.
The uniform is only available through the school.
We are happy to complete WINZ quotes.
Please see the uniform sheet for details on the uniform for each year level.
Uniform is to be purchased from the school (exceptions are foot wear can be purchased from any shoe retailer).
Students are welcome to wear:
Taonga (pounamu or bone carving) worn around the neck
Jewellery: one fine plain short chain, one ring (plain and flat)
One pair of studs or keepers (in ears only, one in each ear) in plain gold or silver
Other jewellery of a special nature if kept out of sight
Sports shoes for sports activities at break times only
Braided hair for boys and girls (with or without beads)
The uniform is a modern, smart, attractive symbol of school pride and unity. It shows respect for the school. Plain black or blue caps only (no logos or motif) other caps will be confiscated until the end of the school day.
Students must be in correct uniform before entering classes.
Uniform must be clean and tidy and in good repair, acceptable to staff and Principal.
White T-shirts may be worn under uniform in cold weather.
Hair should be clean and tidy at all times. Long hair must be tied back.
Uniform must be worn on school buses unless otherwise directed by staff.