Enrolling at our school


​To enrol a child, parents and caregivers are provided with an enrolment package. The enrolment package includes information about the school’s enrolment form (PDF, 5.5MB), Responsible behaviour plan for students and school prospectus. Parents or carer's complete an application for enrolment, and must provide the following information:

  • proof of date of birth (birth certificate, transfer certificate)
  • parent Medicare card.

State Delivered Kindergarten

​​Age eligibility
Year child born
​​Child can attend kindergarten
1 July 2016 – 30 June 2017
1 July 2017 – 30 June 2018


​To participate in our Kindergarten program children must have turned four before 30 June. There is no opportunity for early entry into the Kindergarten program.

Please submit these forms as well as any additional documentation (e.g. birth certificate, Immunisation History Statement and medical management plan if required) to the school to secure a place for your child in the kindergarten program.

The office contact number is 07-46217333 and office hours are 8am – 3pm Monday – Friday.

Kindergarten registration forms:

Application to register a child in a pre-Preparatory learning program in a Queensland state school

SDK - Supplementary registration form

Emergency record

Upon enrolment, the school prepares an emergency record from information gathered from the enrolment form (PDF, 336KB) that is completed by parents. It is the responsibility of the parents to advise the school should there be any change in these particulars, e.g. changes of address, place or employment, emergency contacts, telephone numbers etc. This information is of the utmost importance in the case of accident or sickness. Please advise the school by phone or written note should any such change occur.

Same day student absence notification

This is a new regulation implemented by Education Queensland.

The safety and wellbeing of students are the highest priorities for the department. Parents need to know if their child hasn't turned up for school, and schools need to know when and why a child is absent. From the beginning of term 3, 2016, state schools will be required to, without delay, notify the carer of a student in out-of-home care who is identified as missing from school.

From the beginning of 2017, state schools will be required to notify parents on the same day that any student is absent from school without explanation.

Some things to think about...

Contact details

There are times when we may need to contact parents and carers. Do we have your most up to date contact details? If not, please contact the school so we can update our records. These details include parent/carers’ name, address, phone numbers, email address and emergency contact details.

Please remember to contact the school if any of these details change.

Absence notification process

Please remember to call the school early in the morning if your child is going to be away or late for school so your child’s absence can be recorded correctly.

Same day notification

Our school will contact parents as soon as practicable on the day if a student is not at school and we don’t know why. If you are advised by the school that your child is away without a reason, please contact us as soon as possible to let us know where your child is.

We will follow-up with parents if no response is received.​

Last reviewed 05 August 2021
Last updated 05 August 2021