Enrolment and Progression Enrolment
Parents/Caregivers are requested to make an appointment with the
Principal to enrol a child or make enquires. It is suggested
that enrolments be made well in advance of the child starting
Custody of Children
Please advise the Principal of the current state of or any
change in legal custody. All information is confidential.
It is the policy for
students to spend 12 terms in Junior Primary classes (Reception
- Year 2)
Students must be 5 years of age on or before 1st May to start
Decisions about the progress of particular students will depend
on regular consultation and negotiations between
parent/caregivers, teachers and Principal.
Students are placed in
classes according to a variety of factors. These include the
number of students in classes, ratio of boys/girls, academic
balance of the class, friendships, etc. Parents/Caregivers are
encouraged to give information to the school about their child's
special needs in the lead up to classes being organised.
Please notify the
school by letter or phone call each time your child is absent.
It would be appreciated if you read the attached brochure which
explains the school policy on attendance.
Year 7/8 Transition
Students and their families are assisted during the time leading
up to students continuing their education in a High School. Our
school will distribute enrolment forms for Year 8 when they are
available and arrange information sessions so effective choice
can be made.
Transferring from the
If you know in advance that your child/children will be leaving
the school please let the class teacher/s, office staff or
Principal know. This enables us to collect all the student's
books etc for them to take to their new school and ensure that
all library books and borrowed equipment are returned.