Extraordinary Roll Growth funding

Boards can apply for Extraordinary Roll Growth funding if a school’s actual roll significantly exceeds its funding roll.  Your most recent funding roll can be found on your most recent Operations Grant Entitlement notice. Applications open in November each year.

Calculating Operational Funding: The Resourcing Roll(external link)

To receive Extraordinary Roll Growth funding, there are certain thresholds that need to be met. These thresholds differ depending on the students’ year levels. These thresholds can be found below.

 

Applying for Extraordinary Roll Growth funding

Applications for Extraordinary Roll Growth funding open the first week of November of the current year and will close in the third week of November.

Extraordinary roll growth funding application (Primary schools only)[DOCX, 59 KB](external link)

Extraordinary roll growth funding application (Intermediate, secondary and area schools)[DOCX, 52 KB](external link)


Your application must be accompanied by a copy of your highest roll, sorted by MoE Funding Year Level. If you are unsure how to generate this, please contact your SMS provider.

Scan and email applications to: resourcing@education.govt.nz

 

Thresholds for Extraordinary Roll Growth funding

FOR: 

THE MINISTRY COMPARES …

EXTRAORDINARY ROLL GROWTH FUNDING IS GENERATED IF …

  • Schools with Years 1-6

Primary Schools
Contributing Schools

Special Schools

Year 1-6 of Area Schools
Year 1-6 of Full Primary

The 1 July Funding Roll + the new entrant factor against the highest roll as supplied on the form.

The highest roll exceeds the ‘trigger point’. This is the funding roll + the new entrant adjustment.

For example: funding roll of 115 + new entrant adjustment of 15 = trigger point of 130.
Schools highest roll = 135.
Extraordinary roll growth funding is generated for 5 students.

  • Schools with Years 7+8

Intermediate Schools

Year 7-8 of Area Schools
Year 7-8 of Full Primary

The 1 March Funding Roll against the average monthly roll (calculated using the roll data supplied on the form).

the average roll is higher than the funding roll.

For example, funding roll = 100
Average roll = 105.
Extraordinary roll growth funding is generated for 5 students.

 

  • Schools with Years 9-13

Secondary Schools

Year 9-13 of Area Schools

 

 

The relevant funding roll for each quarter against the average monthly roll (calculated using the roll data supplied on the form).

 

Quarter 2 = March Roll
Quarter 3 = June Roll
Quarter 4 = September Roll 

the average roll is higher than the funding roll.


For example, funding roll = 100
average roll = 105

Extraordinary roll growth funding is generated for 5 students.

 

 

Further information

Resourcing - operational funding and staffing entitlements (external link)

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