How to enrol

  • How do I enrol my child?

    You will need to complete an Enrollment Application form. You can download this from this website or collect one from the School office.

    The Enrollment Application should be completed and returned to school with the following documents –

    • Birth Certificate or Child’s Passport
    • Immunisation Certificate
    • Child’s Passport (if child born overseas)
    • Child’s Passport (if child born in Australia and parents born overseas)
    • Evidence of Residency Status (if parents born overseas) –  Passport and Visa Details
    • Proof of address  documents (e.g. Drivers Licence, 12 month Lease Agreement/Council Rates notice  and 2 utility bills e.g. gas, electricity)
    • Signed School Consent Forms (provided in the Enrolment Pack)

    Other information you will need to provide for the enrolment form include –

    • Parents home, mobile and work phone numbers
    • Parents email address
    • Contact details of emergency contacts (other than parents)
    • Medicare number
    • Contact details for your family doctor
    • Copies of any reports or information from previous school, or relevant outside agency (e.g. therapist)

     

    When do I have to submit the Enrollment Application form?

    Submit the enrolment form as soon as possible for the following year’s entry. 

    Families will be advised late August on the status of their enrollment application (if on a waiting list).

     

    Will there be a Transition / Orientation session?

    Foundation Orientation and Information sessions are held in Term 4 for prospective families.

    All families who have successful enrollments will be advised of dates and time of the sessions.

    All Foundation teachers and relevant school staff will be available at the Orientation and Information sessions. 

    You will have an opportunity to meet with staff if your child has particular needs you would like to discuss. 

    A Meet the Teacher Orientation Day will be held in December for all students enrolled. 

     

    Do we have to live within the school zone?

    All Melbourne schools have a local neighbourhood area.  The Department of Education and Training requires that schools allocate places to students residing within that area.  

     

    Enrollment Officer – Vivian Gulia

    School tours are by appointment only.

    Please contact Vivian by email:

    gulia.vivian.v@edumail.vic.gov.au

    or by phone 9404 3337