Parent Information

Enrolment Information

Enrolment in public schools is a two stage process. The first phase involves lodging an Application for Enrolment form with the school.

This form will generally be assessed within 24 hours and you will then be notified regarding the success of your application. If you are successful you will then be required to complete formal enrolment details. Sometimes, more time is needed to ensure that special needs of some students can be managed and planned for. In these instances, the school will liaise with parents or carers to facilitate formal enrolment.

Please click here to download an online editable Application for Enrolment form.

Or click here for a printable version of the 2025 Kindergarten Application Form.

When you lodge your Application for Enrolment with the School Officer please ensure you have attached a copy of the following documents:

  • Birth Certificate
  • Proof of Address (evidence of occupancy; a recent electricity/gas utility bill or Lease Agreement)
  • Visa Grant Notice (if applicable)

If your child is accepted, you will be required to provide an ‘up to date’ copy of their Immunisation History Statement with the Enrolment Form, which can be obtained from your Medicare online account via the ‘mygov’ website.

Kindergarten children must be up to date with all scheduled immunisations for their age to be able to enrol.

To enrol in Kindergarten, a child must have one of the following documents:

  • an Australian Immunisation Register (AIR) Immunisation History Statement, no more than two months old with a status of ‘up to date’
  • an AIR Immunisation History Form, no more than six months old, if the child is on a catch up schedule
  • a valid immunisation certificate issued or declared by the Chief Health Officer.

If a child does not have an up to date Immunisation History Statement, exemptions because of particular family circumstances may apply. These exemptions are determined by the principal.