ABOUT OUR SCHOOL
Halcombe School is a decile 8
full Primary School, enrolling children in Years 0-8. We
have a stable roll of 180 - 190 students.
Halcombe School is situated in
the small rural community of Halcombe, near Feilding, in the
Manawatu. Link to Google Maps: Halcombe
OUR VISION - Confident,
connected, actively involved, life-long learners.
VALUES - 'TRIPLE A' - Attitude, Adventure, Achievement.
School is a country school and a focal point for the local
community. Traditional school events such as
sports days, "Pet Day", camps and trips are held every year.
There are lots of opportunities for families to be involved in
the school! Well-maintained & resourced
classrooms are set in attractive grounds with courts, large
sports fields, student gardens, an adventure playground,
swimming pools, and a modern community hall. A school bus
service is available. A small charge applies for students
traveling from Feilding.
We welcome visits
from prospective students and their families. We are happy to
show families around the school and can arrange an interview
with teachers and the Principal.
Please note that the school has
an Enrolment Scheme in place (see below).
Please see our
Book webpage for more information about all
aspects of the school.
Our latest ERO Review Report (June 2018)
Principal Mrs Sue
Secretary Mrs Paula Stace
Teacher Aides Miss Annah Carey, Miss Emma Johnson
Classes for 2019 (subject to
Mrs Barbara Davies Year 1
Room 2 Mrs Debbie
Turner Year 1
Room 3 Mrs Rebecca Hughes
Year 1 - 2
Room 4 Mrs Jane Portman Year 2 -
Room 5 Miss Heidi Jeynes Year 4
Room 6 Miss Dayna Fleet Year 5 - 6
Room 7 Mrs Rebecca Higgie Year 6 - 7
Miss Dianne Simpson Year 7 - 8
Halcombe School Enrolment Scheme
School has an Enrolment Scheme to manage its growing roll. The
Enrolment Scheme determines who can enrol at the school each
description and map of
the Halcombe School "Home Zone" are available to download and
copies are also available at the Office. All students who live
within the home zone are entitled to enrol at the school.
Out of Zone Enrolments:
Each year the Board will determine the number of
places which are likely to be available in the following year
for the enrolment of students who live outside the home zone.
This will be notified in a daily or community newspaper
circulating in the area served by the school. The notice will
indicate how applications are to be made and will specify a date
by which all applications must be received. Priority is given in
the following order to applicants who:
* are a sibling of a
* are a sibling of a former student
are the child of a former student
* are the child of an
employee of the school or the child of a member of the Board
* all others.