Our Admissions Team will help you with a smooth entry, all the way from registration until your child joins the school.
- Complete the online application form on the School Website (Apply Now)
- An invite will be sent to attend a tour of the School Campus on Wednesday mornings and meet with the Head of School.
- If you would like to register your child at the school, we will require a copy of your child’s birth certificate and passport, along with a copy of the last two years’ school reports and the contact details of the Principal or Head of School (references and transcripts will be requested).
- Pay the non-refundable registration fee of $50 per child. At this point, the child will be registered with the school.
Please Note: In the absence of any of the above information, the admissions application will not be processed further.
- Children of all ages will be invited to participate in an age-appropriate Entry Assessment on Friday mornings. This is needed, in part, to ensure a smooth and fully supported transition of the child into the school.
- Children of all ages will also be invited to a meeting with a member of the Primary or Secondary Leadership Team. Parent(s) may also be invited.
- Where there is an ALS (Additional learning Support) need identified (including EAL) then a further assessment may be required by our Additional Learning Support Coordinator (ALSC) to ensure the school can meet the child’s needs.
- The Head of School will confirm via the Admissions Manager, that the child may be admitted and their needs can be met (including the class/year group), if a place is available. If a place is not immediately available, the child will be placed on a waiting list.
- Parents will be provided with a copy of a declaration form to be signed and returned, acknowledging acceptance of a place at the school and adherence and agreement to all school policies along with two contracts; one for educational services and one for catering. We will also need your child’s medical book, a signed and completed trips and drivers form.
- It should be noted that placements into specific classes/year groups are usually on a trial period to fully assess that the student’s needs can be met appropriately by the school. The Head of School may invite parents to discuss moving classes should they feel, it would be beneficial and, in the best, interest of the child.