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KINDERGARTEN 2023

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Creaney Primary School's Kindergarten program provides top quality education

Applications for Enrolment in Creaney Primary School’s Kindergarten program for 2023 are now open.

Thank you for expressing an interest in Creaney Primary School’s Kindergarten program. Our program provides top quality education over a five-day fortnight, two days one week and three days the next (which is the equivalent of five full days per fortnight).  

If you would like to make an application to attend Creaney Primary School's Kindergarten program in 2023, please complete an Application for Enrolment Form available as an online fillable form below and upload all the relevant documents. Applications close 22 July 2022.

Step 1

Complete your Application for Enrolment Form online and provide scanned copies of:

 

  • Your child’s Birth Certificate

  • 2 copies of your child’s usual place of residence dated within the last 2 months. This must include: 2 utility accounts, or 1 utility account with a lease agreement or real estate contract

  • Copies of any Family Court or other court orders if applicable

  • Visa details if applicable

Step 2

Once the school has received an application and the required documentation, an interview (Pre-primary to Year 6) will be arranged with the school Principal.

 

On acceptance, you will be required to forward:

 

  • Your child’s Australian Immunisation History Statement (IHS), dated within the last 2 weeks with a status of ‘up to date’ 

and then complete the following online fillable forms:

Student Enrolment Form, Student Health Care Summary, Consent Form, Parent and Student ICT Acceptable Use Agreement and Permission for Third Party Apps.

Creaney Primary School looks forward to welcoming you and your child in 2023. 

School Education Regulations 2000 regulate how enrolments are to be prioritised.  Because Creaney Primary School is a ‘local intake’ school, priority of enrolment is given to those children who live in the residential catchment of the school.

 

If the school has further capacity after making provision for local intake area needs, an ‘out of catchment’ application may be considered.  Our capacity to accept ‘out of catchment’ enrolments will depend on how many applications are received from children living in the ‘local intake’ area.  If we receive more applications than places available, the following criteria are applied to prioritise applications as per the Department of Education’s Policy

FIRST PRIORITY

Child whose usual place of residence is in the intake area for the school who has a sibling enrolled at the school for that year and who lives nearest the school

THIRD PRIORITY

Child whose usual place of residence is NOT in the intake area for the school who has a sibling enrolled at the school for the year and who lives nearest the school

SECOND PRIORITY

Child whose usual place of residence is in the intake area for the school who does not have a sibling enrolled at the school for that year and who lives nearest the school

FOURTH PRIORITY

Child whose usual place of residence is NOT in the intake area for the school who does not have a sibling enrolled at the school for the year and who lives nearest the school

Please do not hesitate to contact the school and speak with our Enrolments officer Ms Leo, or alternatively send an email by following the link below.

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In early childhood, our school motto of CARING relates to our focus on the wellbeing of the whole child.

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We realise that early childhood education is the foundation for lifelong learning.

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