International Students


Enrolment of International Students



Cornwall Park District School is an approved signatory to the Code of Practice for the Pastoral Care of International Students.  A limited number of spaces are available for students aged from 5 years (Year 1) through to Year 6.  Please send all information requests to

Minimum Term of Enrolment - CPDS does not cater for short term education. 

An international student must be committed to be enrolled for a minimum of two school terms.

International Student Agent
- all agents must first register with the school to introduce an International Student.  Complete the Recruitment Agement Agreement.    Link: Recruitment Agent Agreement  (updated July 2015).  Agents please note that the Confirmation of Agent Agreement must accompany every new international student application.




Complete this form if you are interested in applying for a place for a child as an International Student at Cornwall Park District School.  Email this form to  The school will guide you through this pre-enrolment stage.

Please refer to the checklist to assist you in the process of enrolling an International Student.

International Student Webpage Checklist


STEP 2 - Approval

The school will advise outcome of pre-enrolment application.  If pre-enrolment is approved the school will forward an international student enrolment pack for completion.

Alternatively you can view and print the Pack Contents and Guidelines from the links below.


STEP 3 - Offer of Place and Payment of Tuition Fee

If a place is available An Offer of Place: for enrolment of International Student and Tuition Invoice is provided. 

Upon verified receipt of payment, a Tax Invoice Receipt is provided.

Student Visa can be arranged for student. 


STEP 4 - Full Student Enrolment

A full Enrolment Application Pack will be provided for completion before starting. (this has the general school application forms)



2016 Information - Please refer later in this section for 2017 Update

Useful information links:

Welcome to Cornwall Park District School
Application Process for International Student

Pack Contents and Guidelines

2016 International Students FEE Schedule

Supporting Information Regarding Enrolment Procedures for International Students



Complete the Following Forms to Apply for International Student Status

Application to Enrol as an International Student

Contractual Tuition Agreement between CPDS and the Named International Student Applicant and Parents to Provide Tuition Services for International Students

Statement of Parent Arrangements

Procedures, Policies and General Information

Information for International Students

Code of Practice for the Pastoral Care of International Students
International Student Policy

School Fees Protection for International Students Policy

Refund Policy for International Fee Paying Students

Grievance Procedures for International Students

General School Information

 Documents to be Provided (originals MUST be sighted at time of enrolment)

(All documents should be in English / translated transcripts - official certified copies required)

  • Birth Certificate

  • Child's Passports – Student Visa

  • Parent/s Passport with relevant visa

  • Immunisation Certificate

  • Evidence of address - must be provided before child may start, once Auckland address is known (x3)

  • Medical/travel Insurance Policy

  • School Reports from previous schools if available.


2017 Update 


Policies and Procedures

To gain access to SchoolDocs please use the following:

User Name:   cornwallpark

Password:     CPDS


Enrolling International Students

Information about Your Rights in New Zealand

Conditions of Enrolment

Application Procedure, including Conditions of Acceptance

Cornwall Park District School Application to Enrol as an International Student

Agreement to Provide Tuition Services

Schedule of Fees

Offer of Place to International Student

Orientation and Support

Coping with Problems

Absence or Withdrawal from School

Circumstances in which Tuition may be Terminated

Accommodation Policy for International Students

Medical and Travel Insurance Policy

Summary of the Code of Practice

Accommodation Policy for International Students

Medical and Travel Insurance Policy

Student Welfare

School's Responsibilities


The independent body that deals with complaints from international students about pastoral care is the International Education Appeal Authority (IEAA).

How can the IEAA be contacted?
Tribunals Unit
Level 1, 86 Custom House Quay
Private Bag 32001
Panama Street
Wellington 6146

Phone + 64 4 462 6660 
Fax + 64 4 462 6686




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