Prior to your child’s fifth birthday you are very welcome to visit and spend time in our new entrant class so that both your child and you are familiar with the class and the school. We are very flexible about what days and times you may visit with your child.
We try to work around what best suits the needs of the child and the parents/caregivers. Please, come in and discuss what day/days and times suit both you and your child.
Parents should bring their child/ren to the School Office. Here they will need to complete an Enrolment Form, a Dental permission form and if the child is a new entrant we will need to see their Immunisation Record.
Parents are also asked to bring their child’s Birth Certificate. For older children, a copy of the child’s most recent report is helpful.
On enrolment of a child, parents effectively agree to support the policies adopted by the Board of Trustees. Children have the good name of the school in their keeping at all times and in all places, and are expected to set a high standard of behaviour inside and outside the school. A copy of the Charter and School Policies are available at the School Office. All children must conform to school policy.
Parents should arrange with the school office for their New Entrant child to spend some time in the class just before their fifth birthday. Please contact the school office about a month before your child’s fifth birthday.
This website will give you all you need to guide you in your early days at our awesome school. We hope you enjoy being part of our friendly and co-operative learning community and that you get involved in the school. We look forward to seeing you at coming events. Please read the school newsletter that is sent home on Thursdays. This will keep you informed of student achievement, new and upcoming school events. We encourage you to become active members of our school community. Family and school working together can make the education of your child meaningful and beneficial. Our staff is made up of highly trained, dedicated and caring teachers, teacher aides and support workers – all working towards the common goal – the education of your children. Please feel welcome to share this task with us. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to educate your children. Keep in touch. Together we can make your children’s school experiences extremely rewarding. Raewyn Jackson