2016 Enrolment Information
Enrolments for 2016 are now being accepted. Please refer to the Introduction page for further information.
Please note that enrolments close on Friday, 16 October 2015.
The Science Affair
Wednesday 23 & Thursday 24 September 2015
Evans Bay Intermediate School Hall
Following ‘The Incident’, a massive science experiment that went wrong, the population of the earth is now living underground. Conditions are worsening: clean air is running out, the Authority is ruling with an iron grip.
Six students and their science teacher try and save humanity by secretly holding a science fair to come up with solutions to the problems. However, their rebellious plan fails and they are all banished to the uninhabitable surface of the earth. Rather than dying, they discover the earth is healing itself and so they plan a way of getting back underground to tell the Authority and save
the whole of the human race.
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Parent / Caregiver Information
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Sports Registration / Bus Maps
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Sports registration forms and bus maps are also available from the Parent Information page.
Click here to view a range of games and activities that will support your learning at school and at home. Learning Games and Activities.
A group of staff are undergoing Professional Development on the content and implementation of the PB4L programme. This group make up the PB4L team in our school who will be tasked with its implementation. To find out more, click on the following link PB4L.
Uniforms are no longer sold by the school but are avaliable through NZ Uniforms
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Evans Bay Intermediate
Evans Bay Intermediate School specialises in providing high quality middle school learning opportunities for years 7 and 8 students.
In the two years that students have at EBIS, Staff and Board work together to give students every opportunity to:
- experience success
- become a critical, reflective and creative thinker
- treat themselves, others and their environment with respect; and
- have a sense of community and care for others around them
Intermediate Schools are not primary schools, not secondary schools, but schools specially for students in those wonderfully unique, "middle years"
I welcome your email or phone call, to find out what makes the EBIS experience, so special.