Enrolment

The School welcomes students from Kindergarten to Year 6 and, at present, we have vacancies in some year groups.

An Invitation to Visit

To experience our School's 'atmosphere' and to see our teaching and learning in action, you are invited to visit us. There is always an open invitation for you and your children to come and see us at work. Please email the Manager Corporate Services, Mrs Sue Northey, beforehand or phone +61 89384 6667, so we can make the time to show you around.

Enrolment Application Process

Applications to attend Kindergarten and Pre-primary in 2018 opened Wednesday 26 April 2017. The application process concludes 22 July 2017 (the first Friday of Term 3). Enrolment packs will be sent to successful families before the end of Term 3. To enter Kindergarten in 2018, your child must turn four years of age by 30 June 2018. Please note that families are only permitted to apply to one WA government primary school.

Applications for entry in Years 1-6 can be received at any time, and dependent on available places, families will be notified if successful as soon as possible.

Procedure for Enrolment

Parents initially complete an Application for Enrolment (see below for relevant years), then when eligibility for enrolment is confirmed, the formal School Enrolment form is completed.

A birth certificate or extract of birth or passport must be sighted during the enrolment process.

A copy of immunisation records is also required.

Students will be placed in the year of study corresponding to their age group.

Enrolment Enquiries

Submit the Application for Enrolment form in person, by fax, email or post to the Manager Corporate Services at the following address.

Address: 91 Victoria Street, Mosman Park, WA, 6012, Australia

Telephone: +61 8 9384 6667

Facsimile: +61 8 9385 3393

Email: Sue.Northey@education.wa.edu.au

When Can My Child Start School?

Visit the Education Department's School Age Calculator if you need help to determine what year your child can start school.

Catchment Area

This is a school without a local intake area so the only criterion for prioritising enrolments is proximity to the school.