Steps to Enrol.
Under the Education Act 1999, parents are required to complete an Application for Enrolment and upon the application’s acceptance, an Admission Form. These Admission Forms are legal documents which, when completed, contain important information relevant to your child.
Check to see if you are in our intake area.
Step 2 – Part A
Complete the below fillable form of the enrolment package.
The following documentation is required as part of your application:
- Birth Certificate (original or certified copy) or extract or other identity documents if applicable.
- Medicare Immunisation History Statement: This is a legislative requirement and we do not accept copies of the Baby Book (purple) immunisation record. You can get this by creating a My Gov account and access it by linking your Medicare to our My Gov account.
- Passport information (if born overseas) including student passport, Visa Sub-Class number, Visa Grant number, expiry date and arrival date to Australia.
- Copies of Family Court or any other court orders (if applicable).
- Proof of address documents (no later than 3 months), such as utility, rates etc.
- Information relating to suspensions or exclusions.
- Information relating to a disability.
Parents can request an Immunisation History Statement at any time by:
- using your Medicare online account via My Gov (external site).
- using the Express Plus Medicare mobile application (external site).
- phoning the Australian Immunisation Registry – 1800 653 809.
- attending a Medicare Service Centre.
Once your Application for Enrolment has been approved you can move to Part B of the enrolment process.
Step 3 – Part B
Complete the below forms of the enrolment package.
Documents for enrolment can be sent to – email@example.com
Please ensure that the school is kept informed of any changes to telephone numbers, address, parents’ employment and emergency contact numbers.
Please note: all Kindergarten students enrolled at our school are required to re-enrol for the following year of Pre- Primary. this is because the Department of Education view and state Pre-Primary as the first year of compulsory schooling.