Parent Information

 

What We Offer

  • Commitment to Christian Values
  • Daily Bible programme
  • School Choir
  • Spacious grounds
  • Healthy tuck shop
  • Gymnasium/hall for Physical Education
  • Generous varied supply of sports equipment
  • School bus offering door-to-door service
  • School excursions and camps
  • Regular home-school communication
  • Friendly school community
  • Active P.T.A committee
  • Teacher Aide Support

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2020 - Term 3

2020 - Term 2

2020 - Term 1

 Fees

 

Financial Information 

School expenses will be charged at the beginning of each term. Total payment for every term is required before the child can commence the next term (i.e. Term 1 must be totally paid before the child begins school in Term 2). Enrollment places for those who have unpaid fees may, at the Board’s discretion, be re-allocated to others waiting to start school. 

Fees may be paid by installments/direct bank credit or by prior arrangement with the school. Contact the Office Administrator or Principal for details.

For unpaid accounts the Board will follow the procedures outlined in the Financial policy for the collection thereof – these procedures may be viewed at the school.

The following costs are to be met by parents/caregivers:

  1. Attendance dues
    Attendance dues are compulsory, are paid to the proprietor and are used for capital development.
  2. Bus Fee
    This applies only to those who use the school bus service. The bus picks children up and drops them back at each individual house.
  3. Technology Fee
    All Year 7 and 8 students travel to Ascot Community School each week for Technology and each student must pay a fee to cover costs associated with this privilege.
  4. After-School Sports Fee
    Students who elect to participate in after school sports will be charged the appropriate fee. Fees differ depending on the sport and will be communicated to parents/caregivers during the sign-up process.
  5. Special Character Donation
    This donation is sent to the Proprietors to support teachers in their professional development and appraisal with regard to the Special Character.
  6. Stationery
    We have elected to subsidise stationery and charge a small fee to student accounts for the provision of this equipment. This ensures all students have the correct stationery as required by the classroom teacher.
  7. Uniform Costs
    All students are expected to be in full uniform at the expense of the account holders

2020 School Fee Schedule

The following amounts are charged to the Parents/Caregivers EACH TERM on the basis of a four term year per student – all charges are GST inclusive.

Attendance Dues
$142.50 – funded by Bainfield Adventist Charitable Trust in 2020 & 2021.

Student Bus Fee
One child $100
Two children $185
Three or more children $260
(Four or more children will only pay the same as three children)

Technology Fee
$25 – Year 7 & 8 only

Special Character Donation
One child - $25
Two children - 18.75
Three children - $12.50

Stationery
$20 per student per year

 Curriculum & Sport

Learning Areas:

  • Bible 
  • English (Literacy)
  • Mathematics and Statistics (Numeracy)
  • Science
  • Social Sciences
  • Health and Physical Education
  • The Arts
  • Technology
  • Learning Languages

Music & Sport

At Southland Adventist Christian School we encourage all students to participate in music and sport. The school choir is well known in the community and sings regularly at various events and community organisations. Membership of the choir is through audition and places are eagerly sought by students.

The following sports programmes may be offered:

  • Touch
  • Swimming
  • Athletics
  • Futsal
  • Hockey
  • Other sports depending on interest and coaching

 Voice of Hope Choir

SACS's choir, the Voice of Hope, is made up of a select group of singers who audition keenly and who practise once a week during school hours. This choir has been going strong for a number of years.

A variety of songs from many genres are taught and performed with gusto at various venues throughout the year. Their director at present is Mrs Jennifer Henry.

Senior members of the choir also form a smaller select group called the Voice of Hope Bell Ringers, who play hand bells in three-part harmony and are a firm favourite during performances.

 Policies Procedures & School Documents

Please find below a list of important school documents.  If you have any questions, please contact the school.

 

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