Kindergarten Orientation

Our ‘Transition to Schools Program’ enables your child to get a feel of a real school day. Students enrolled for 2018 will come to school and participate in typical Kindergarten learning experiences and become familiar with our school environments. This time also allows for our teaching staff to gather information about your child’s learning and social needs.

Whilst your child enjoys a morning in a Kindergarten classrooms there will be an information session for parents in the school hall.  These sessions are designed to inform you about your child’s readiness for school, the curriculum, and will provide you with an opportunity to ask questions and meet staff.  Information about our Out of School Hours Care Program and the school’s dedicated Parents  & Citizens’ (P&C) will also be outlined.

Orientation Program

2017 School Tours

Interested parents are most welcome to visit the school for a tour of the classrooms and playground with our Principal, Mr Andrew Braiding.  The tour dates are below and commence at 10:00am. Please make a booking at the office with Chris or Trish on 9389 4843.

2017 School Tour Dates:

Term 1    Tuesdays:  28 February and 21 March
Term 2    Tuesdays:     9 May, 30 May and  20 June
Term 3    Tuesdays:     1 August, 22 August and 12 September
Term 4    Tuesdays:   24 October and 14 November

2017 Orientation Evening for Kindergarten 2018

Thursday 14 September at 7:00pm

2017 Orientation Days for Kindergarten 2018

Transition Days:
9:30-10:30am Thursday 19 October
9:30-10:30am Thursday 26 October
9:30-10:30am Thursday 2 November

DOE Enrolment-form

Preparing for Kindergarten

You can help your child prepare for Kindergarten and be organised for the first day by reading time to start school.

Priority is given to children who live within the school boundary and siblings. Out of area applications for enrolment are only offered if a vacancy exists.

Kindergarten – The First Day

Your child will need:

  • A school bag which he/she can easily open
  • A snack for ‘little lunch’ (recess)
  • A sandwich, drink and fruit for ‘big lunch’
  • An old shirt to protect your child’s uniform for art
  • A library bag