Contact our Admissions Office.
Call Us: 971 50 846 4899
We offer tours each weekday from 9.00 am until 2.00 pm (Monday to Thursday), 9:00 am to 10:00 am Friday. On Saturdays we offer tours at 10.00 am, 10.00 am, 11.00 am and 12 noon. For an appointment, please telephone 04 580 6999 or 050 846 4899. During the tour, parents will have the opportunity to meet our Principal, Mr. James Lynch.For details, please contact Admissions.
Please fill out the online application form and one of our admissions counselors will get in touch with you for the further admissions process. We also require a copy of your child’s passport and a copy of the latest school or nursery report.
Once we have received the application for your child, we will send you an invitation to bring your child for an assessment.
All our assessments are age appropriate and are designed to help explore your child’s strengths and personal qualities, readiness and ability to access our curriculum. The information from the assessments helps our teaching staff by allowing us to get to know each child before they arrive for their first day in the classroom.
We hold assessments every day from 10 am until 2.00 pm. We also hold assessments on Saturday where required. Children applying for Grades 6 upwards will sit for a CAT4 test.
Assessments for Pre-KG, KG1 and KG2 are play based . Wherever possible, we try to assess KG applicants on the day of their tour (if the child is in attendance).
Once the assessment has been completed and documents have been provided, feedback is given directly after the assessment or within 48 hours. Offer letters will be sent to successful applicants.
Once you have received an offer, you have seven days in which to reply. To accept the offer, you will need to return the required documentation and make the payment as per offer letter. Once this is in place, your child will be enrolled for the forthcoming academic year.
We seek to ensure that every single child is adequately supported socially and emotionally as well as educationally. Some children may require additional support. It is important that the school is aware of any known disability or special educational need which may affect a child’s ability to participate in the admissions process and then take full advantage of the education provided by the school. Every attempt will be made by the school to accommodate the needs of applicants who require support and for whom the school can adequately provide. The Inclusion Team will be involved in the admissions process from the outset and it may be that a member of the Team is involved in the assessment for your child. Following the assessment, the Admissions Office will contact you to discuss the support required for your child.APPLY NOW Inclusion Policy