For enrolments into Kindy through to Year 12 contact or visit the school office.
Proof of Age is necessary when
enrolling your child.
|Year child born||Child can attend kindergarten|
|1 July 2017 – 30 June 2018||2022|
|1 July 2018 – 30 June 2019||2023|
To participate in our Kindergarten program children must have turned four before 30 June. There is no opportunity for early entry into the Kindergarten program.
Please submit these forms as well as any additional documentation (e.g. birth certificate, Immunisation History Statement and medical management plan if required) to the school to secure a place for your child in the kindergarten program.
The office contact number is 4657 2333 and office hours are 9am – 3pm Monday – Friday.
Kindergarten registration form: Application to register a child in Kindergarten
From 2007, the
non-compulsory, full-time preparatory year has been offered instead of the
part-time preschool system. Children born between 1st July 2007and
30th June 2008 will be eligible for Prep in 2013.
When changing schools
contact the office so that the documentation can be started and the new school
Parents or carers wishing to enrol children need to complete the Enrolment form (PDF, 6.1MB) for each child wishing to be enrolled and submit at the administration office.
ETRF (Education & Training Reforms for
the Future) Senior Schooling
Learning or Earning. The reforms give young people the best chance to
achieve their life and career goals. From 2006, the new
laws have meant that students have to stay at school until they turn 16 or
finish Year 10. After that, if they aren’t working at least 25 hours per week,
they will move into what’s called the compulsory participation phase. Young People will need to stay in education
and training for two more years, or until they get a Queensland Certificate of
Education, a Certificate III vocational qualification, or they turn 17.
Student Resource Scheme
When you enrol your child/children, you will be asked to sign the Student Resource Scheme Participation Form. Participating in the scheme means that the school purchases and distributes the annual school booklist to you and charges you a fee; a much simpler and cheaper alternative to locating and purchasing the items yourself. Participation in the scheme is optional, so if you would prefer to source the booklist yourself please indicate that you are not participating on the Participation Form. Non-participation means that you are responsible for providing all booklist resources.