Enrolment Process

Kindy – Year 6

Tuart Forest Primary School is a dynamic and innovative school. Due to the high demand for places, the Department of Education has designated Tuart Forest Primary School as a local intake area school. If you live outside of the local-intake area we welcome your application for consideration.

Local-Intake Area Enrolments

Tuart Forest Primary School is a Local Area intake school. This means there is a specific catchment area and all children are able to enrol if they reside in the catchment area. The local-intake area map can be viewed below. Roads form the boundary of the local-intake area. Enrolment decisions in public schools are made in accordance with Department of Education Enrolment Policy and Procedures which include age, residential location, visa status and educational needs.

Out of Local-Intake Area

Enrolment in pre-compulsory Kindergarten does not guarantee enrolment at Tuart Forest Primary School for the following compulsory year unless the child lives in our local-intake area. Applications for Pre Primary will be considered by the Principal midway through the Kindergarten year as per the Department of Education Enrolment Policy.

Enrolment Process

Parents initially complete an Application for Enrolment Form. Once eligibility for enrolment is confirmed, a formal School Enrolment Form can be completed.

A birth certificate, extract of birth or passport must be sighted during the enrolment process. Students will be placed in the year of study corresponding to their date of birth. A copy of immunisation records is also required.

A maximum of 2 documents supporting evidence of residential address within the local intake area may be required at the time of enrolment. This may include a copy of a utilities account (electricity, water, gas) or a copy of a tenancy agreement.

Tuart Forest provides online services to students for learning-related activities and makes every reasonable effort to educate and protect students from exposure to inappropriate online materials and activities. Students, parents and caregivers also have a responsibility to agree to and abide by the guidelines set out by the school to access ICT resources and as such parents and students are required to complete and submit the linked Internet User Agreement.

Please click on this link to our Internet user Agreement.