Guide to using ENROL
ENROL is a register of student enrolments. It lets schools update enrolments as students enrol, change schools or leave the school system.
All schools must use it.
Licensing Criteria Cover
English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)
Funding is available to provide support for refugee and migrant background students with high English learning needs. The programmes are called English for Speakers of Other Languages – ESOL.
ENROL now helps schools keep track of their English Language Learners (ELL), with:
The report English Language Learners at my School that will display all the current English Language Learners at the school, including:
- student’s NSN
- names (known as and legal names)
- date of birth and gender
- first day of attendance
- first ethnicity and citizenship
- student’s status (refugee, migrant or NZ born)
- number of ESOL terms left (terms to pay)
- number of ESOL terms already paid
- current status (active or ceased)
- date ceased
- current year level
- previous school
Displaying the text ‘English Language Learner’ in the Schools Attended box, just above the enrolment history, for eligible students:
ENROL will soon be able to send an automatic email to any school newly enrolling a previously identified English Language Learner. Users will be able to use this feature in Term 3 2017. In the meantime, schools should check the report English Language Learners at my School regularly to find out if they have enrolled a new ESOL student.