Enrolment Information - Inside Zone

Enrolment process for parents/carers seeking an enrolment to KPS who live within our school zone.

 

Step 1: Please click here for an enrolment form or collect one form the office.

 

Step 2: In order to accept your enrolment form the school requires the following documentation to be presented when you submit your enrolment form

  • Proof of your residential address to indicate that Kingsville is the closest neighbourhood school - provide photo identification (e.g. drivers licence) and a utilities statement that shows primary residence location
  • Australian Birth Certificate or Passport
  • Record of immunisation issued by Medicare

Other relevant documentation

  • details of medical or other conditions which may require the child to have special consideration
  • proof of Australian residency or appropriate visa that would allow for enrolment (non-fee paying) in an Australian government school
  • copies of any legal documents relating to custody, parenting arrangements or access regarding child/children

 

Step 3: Enrolment applications due – parents and carers submit their completed enrolment application to a government primary school by Friday 26 July 2024.

 

Step 4: Confirmation of a place at Kingsville Primary for your child or children for 2025 will be communicated by Friday 23 August 2024

 

Step 5: Making an enrolment appointment. On confirmation of your child attending Kingsville Primary School an enrolment meeting appointment will be booked.

 

The first set of enrolment meetings are scheduled for the end of term 2 and beginning of term 3. Additional enrolment meetings will be added later in term 3 and term 4 as required.

 

Please note: all new families enrolling at Kingsville are expected to make an appointment. Parents who already have a child at KPS and will be enrolling a sibling for 2025 are most welcome to schedule a meeting and, should do so if there is any important information to be discussed regarding the new family member being enrolled.

 

The child who is being enrolled is required to attend the enrolment meeting. This is seen as an important rite of passage and the preschool student is expected to participate in the process.