Enrolments


 

All enrolments for the Primary School, Kindergarten and the Pre-Primary Centre, are carried out in the school Administration Office. Initial enrolments are not complete until a Birth Certificate or Extract of Birth Entry and Immunisation Record have been sighted at the Administration Office. Kingsley Primary is a local area intake school and proof of address is required on application to enrol.

Children must be enrolled under their legal surname, i.e. the name on their birth certificate, or if changed, the deed poll must be sighted.

 

Kindergarten: Parents can apply to enrol their child in Kindergarten from the beginning of the year during which the child turns four, providing their birth date is before June 30 of that year.

Pre-Primary: Parents can apply to enrol their child in Pre-Primary from the beginning of the year during which the child turns five, providing their birth date is before June 30 of that year.

 

Documentary proof of birth date and immunisation records (ACIR) must be provided before enrolment can be confirmed. Parents must also provide proof of address.

A child's immunisations are expected to be up-to-date upon entry to the school. These include measles, mumps, rubella, polio, whooping cough, diphtheria and tetanus. Immunisations can be obtained telephoning ACIR on 1800 653 809 (free call) or emailing acir@humanservices.gov.au.

 

Note 1:  Kingsley Kindergarten students attend two days per week and alternate Fridays.

Note 2:  Kindergarten and Pre-Primary children must not be left unsupervised in the yard of the centre before the commencement of each day’s session.  Parents are required to provide this supervision either themselves or through another adult. It is not appropriate for this supervision to be provided by older brothers and sisters.

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