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Download the Department's 2018 Enrolment Form

To determine when your child can commence their prep year, use the prep ready reckoner calculator.

Enrolment process

Step 1: Contact the school to arrange for an enrolment interview

Step 2: Prior to the enrolment interview, complete the enrolment form. You will need to complete one enrolment form for each child to be enrolled

Step 3: Attend the enrolment interview with your child/ren

To enrol your child please contact the administration office for an enrolment package to be forwarded to you.

Information about open days will be forwarded as they are scheduled.

Enrolment plan

All students who reside within the local catchment area and are eligible for enrolment in the educational program offered by the school have a right to enrolment at the school.

Enrolment of students from outside the local catchment area will be managed to ensure that the total current and forecast enrolments do not exceed the school's current built capacity and where applicable will ensure there is an even spread of students across year levels or class groupings.

The school's enrolment management plan does not replace other departmental policy; for example safe, supportive and disciplined school environment, nor does it override subsequent determinations regarding built school capacity.

Refer to the school's enrolment management plan (PDF, 152 KB) for further information and to view the current catchment area map.

Enrolment criteria

Students who reside outside the school's local catchment boundary who apply for enrolment at the school will be put on a waiting list in order of receipt of application. Where there is spare capacity, students will be enrolled from the waiting list based on the following criteria and order of priority:

  • Siblings of students already enrolled

  • Children and young people who are subject to child protection orders that grant guardianship or custody to the Chief Executive Officer of the Department of Child Safety.

  • Students whose parent or legal guardian are employed by the school.

  • Siblings of students who have left the school and reside outside of the local catchment boundary.

  • Students who reside outside the catchment area and who officially leave the school will be considered for re-admission in accordance with the enrolment criteria.

  • Enrolled students who move outside the catchment area are entitled to remain enrolled. Their siblings would retain the same right.