How to Enrol


27.05.20 – Update for 2021 Prep families

2021 Prep Group Tours will be held in the second half of 2020.

If you are a current Fyans Park family or are living within our Local Area Boundary (check your address here), you are welcome to collect an Enrolment Form from our Office.  Strict proof of residence is required

Families residing outside our local area boundary are welcome to collect an enrolment form in Term 3 – from Monday 13th July.

As enrolment criteria is based upon your residential address, taking an Enrolment Form will not give precedence over families enrolling later in the year.

Thank you for your co-operation.

When do I need to enrol my child?

In order to ensure  a place for your child at Fyans Park Primary School, the enrolment form needs to be forwarded to the school office by early June.  This enrolment information will then be forwarded to the Department of Education and Training to guarantee our entitlement of teachers, classrooms spaces and program options for the following year.

What do I need to bring to the school to enrol my child?

  • A completed enrolment form and medication form if appropriate.
  • Proof of residence – lease agreement, utilities bill, etc.
  • A copy of your child’s Birth Certificate
  • An Immunisation History Statement via Medicare Online, your Express Plus Medicare mobile app or your DHS myGov account.

How do I know if my child is eligible to commence school?

To be eligible for admission a child must be a least five years of age by 30th April of the year in which admission is sought.  Only Australian citizens or students with specified visas are eligible for admission.

Enrolment Form:

The enrolment form, which must be signed by the guardian/parent, shall include at least  the following information:

  • Date of birth (Copy of birth certificate) or (Passport or travel document for non-Australian-born students)
  • Names and addresses of child and parent/guardian
  • Details of medical or other conditions for which the child may need special consideration
  • Emergency telephone numbers, including that of a nominated doctor
  • Previous school/kindergarten and year
  • Medical information:
    • Details of medical or other conditions for which the child may need special consideration
    • An Asthma and / or Anaphylactic plan (if applicable)

Immunisation Certificate

Under the Health (Immunisation) Regulations 1999, all parents/guardians are required to present an Immunisation History Statement when enrolling their child in a primary school.  You can obtain them via Medicate Online, your Express Plus Medicare mobile app or your myGov account.  For mailed copies, please call the Australian Immunisation History register ion 1800 653 809.

Starting School:

Your child’s first day at school will be very exciting. To make it a calm and pleasant experience, your attitude is important. Your child will react according to your feelings so it is important to be happy and confident.

You can prepare your child to adjust to school by:

  • giving your child responsibility and independence – dressing, managing the toilet, eating, staying overnight with relatives or friends, playing with other children, packing away toys, choosing books from the library.
  • being positive about your child’s abilities. Self-esteem is a vital ingredient to success. Encourage your child to try new things, praise successes and encourage trying again. Many skills require practice and time.  Display artwork on fridge and in their bedrooms.
  • establishing a morning routine – arrive on time with lunch, homework and excursion notes etc. prior to school bells. (See school routine)
Fyans Park Primary School Music.
Fyans park students at 3pm project.
Fyans Park Primary students playing Music.

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