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Enrolling at our school

Prep students

Your child is eligible to enter Prep if they turn five by 30 June in that school year. The forms listed below are required to be completed to enrol into Prep.  More information is available on the Prep page.

Years 1 to 6 students

If you reside in our school catchment area your child is entitled to enrolment at Kimberley Park State School and you should submit the forms below to the school, together with proof of residency in order to effect enrolment for your child/ren. Parents/caregivers need to accompany the student for an interview at the school.

Click here to see the Education Queensland School Catchment maps.

If you do not reside within our catchment you are still most welcome to apply for enrolment at Kimberley Park State School and in the event that we are able to accommodate your request we will contact you and invite you to make an appointment time.

Enrolment Forms

​Resource Scheme Forms​

Other documentation required to be sighted

  • Proof of child’s date of birth – Birth Certificate
  • Proof of residency
  • One primary source – a current lease agreement, or rates notice, or unconditional sale agreement, and
  • One secondary source – a utility bill (e.g. electricity, gas) showing this same address and parent’s/legal guardian’s name
  • Please note that a Driver’s License is NOT regarded by Education Queensland as sufficient proof of residency. 
  • Family Law Court documents, if applicable
  • Medical information, if applicable

 

Things you should bring to the interview:

  • Student’s previous report card is helpful. 
  • Any other information which would assist in making decisions about class placement for your child

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Repeating students

Students generally do not repeat a Year level in primary school. It would only be considered appropriate to repeat a year level following extensive consultation and testing. Students are provided only 24 semesters (12 years) of education. The Principal has the discretion to grant an extra two semesters where educational benefit can be demonstrated.​


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