We Welcome International Students
International students are warmly welcomed and given every opportunity to grow and develop their English language skills, broader academic studies, as well as social and cultural interaction.
We have a highly experienced English Language Teacher at Target Road School and our ELLs have their own interactive space which is a warm, well resourced learning environment, with the latest technology to support their learning. International students are placed into a mainstream class with students of the same age and they receive an additional two lessons per week in the ESOL department.
The Target Road School ESOL programme provides a comprehensive and interactive learning programme to enhance the English Language Learner’s (ELL) use of English through immersion in the four modes of English of listening, speaking, writing and reading.
The ELLs are given an opportunity to share their culture through song and dance at school assemblies - an occasion they look forward too.
Enrolments can be done in person, see Mathilda Uhrle at the school office to proceed. Below is a link to the enrolment prospectus should you wish to do this before your visit. For further enquires please contact Mathilda at 09-444-8493 or email email@example.com
Click here to view the Enrolment Prospectus
Administration Fee (Non-refundable) (GST included) NZ$ 300.00
Tuition Fees (annual - GST included) ($2500 per term) NZ $10,000.00
Short term students wanting to study for less than one school term
Administration fee (Non-refundable) (GST included) NZ $300.00
Cost per week (1-5 weeks) NZ $300.00 per week
(6-10 weeks) NZ $250.00 per week
○ Fees need to be paid in advance for the full contract – or year by year
○ Fees must be paid on completion of enrolment
○ Fees include attending a class where English is taught by an ESOL teacher
○ Fees do not include school and class activity fees
○ Fees do not include school camps or trips
These fees are correct at time of printing and may be subject to change.
Continued enrolment is subject to appropriate behavior and no requirements for additional assistance due to learning / physical difficulties being identified.
Immigration and Insurance
Target Road School has agreed to observe and be bound by the Code of Practice for the Pastoral Care of International Students published by the Minister of Education. Copies of the Code are available on request from this institution or from the New Zealand Ministry of Education website at http://minedu.govt.nz
HEALTH AND TRAVEL INSURANCE:
“Most students are not entitled to publicly funded health services while in New Zealand unless they are:
○ A resident or citizen of Australia; or
○ A national of the United Kingdom in New Zealand; or
○ The holder of a temporary permit that is valid for two years or more
If you do not belong to one of these special categories and you receive medical treatment during your visit, you will be liable for the full costs of that treatment.
You must have medical insurance that will cover the cost of medical treatment in New Zealand for the duration of your stay in New Zealand. We also strongly recommend that you obtain insurance to cover your travel to and from New Zealand."
Full details of visa and permit requirements, advice on rights to employment in New Zealand while studying and reporting requirements are available through the New Zealand Immigration Service, and can be viewed on their website at http://www.immigration.govt.nz.
All applications for a refund must be in writing to the Principal. These requests will be considered on an individual case basis.
If the student has enrolled but has not yet started the course:
The Tuition Fees may be refunded in full less a $500.00 Administration charge. Withdrawing or transferring to another school without notification, may incur an additional penalty
If the student has started the course and is still in the first half of the course:
The tuition fee may be refunded less the following charges
○ An Administration Fee of $500.00
○ The cost of the course up to the time of withdrawal
If the student has started the course and is still in the second half of that course:
The Tuition fees may only be refunded if there are special reasons for the students leaving - such as becoming seriously ill or serious illness in the student's family
If a refund is to be claimed the parent must:
○ Write a letter explaining the special reasons OR
○ Supply a medical certificate
The Principal makes the final decision about giving a refund in these circumstances.
There are NO refunds if the student has been asked to leave the school because of inappropriate behaviour, poor attendance or because the student has broken the school's rules
Reference: All contracts will be subject to New Zealand Law. New Zealand Law will apply and the parties will submit to the jurisdiction of the courts.
Code of Practice for the Pastoral Care of International Students
NZ Ministry of Health https://www.health.govt.nz/