When enrolling your child in Prep the following information is required:
- Proof of age (birth certificate or passport)
- Immunisation certificate (Australian Childhood Immunisation Register)
- Any court orders that are in place
- Any medical conditions
- Emergency contact details
Your child must be 5 years old on or before the 30th April before he/she can legally start school. A parent can legally defer enrolment for their child until their child is 6 years old. Enrolments can be made at the school office during office hours. You can download an enrolment form here.
All student information is confidential.
Stockdale Road Primary School has a compulsory school uniform which is neat, comfortable and cost effective.
The Stockdale Road Primary School Council has set the following fee schedule for all students for 2020. Fees include:
- Items which students take possession of, including books and stationary.
- Materials for learning and teaching where your child consumes or takes possession of the finished articles (for example, Maths teaching materials, Art supplies and materials for Developmental Curriculum, including colour paper).
- Programs provided by outside specialists (Including Life Education Van, Health & Human Relations Sessions Years 4 to 6).
- Student computer printing beyond the needs of the key learning areas.
Our fees for 2020 are $245 per child.
Fees, camps, excursions and other events can be paid by BPay, cash or cheque.
To ensure the safety of students walking to school there are a number of school crossings that students and parents are strongly encouraged to use. These crossing are manned by supervisors from 8am-9am before school and 3pm-4pm after school.
Our Prep Transition Program is the beginning of your child’s journey to school, where they will have many opportunities to learn about our school and begin settling in.
At Stockdale Road Primary School we run an extensive transition program aimed at making your child’s pathway from pre-school to school a seamless experience. Our goal is to have students who feel happy, safe and excited about school from day one of the school year.
Our students transition to a number of secondary settings and we are in regular contact with these schools during their transition process to ensure a smooth transition.
Year 6 students will have the opportunity to visit their secondary school during Term 4 to familiarise themselves with the new environment, procedures and begin to build new relationships with secondary staff and their peers. Information regarding this process will be provided to parents throughout the year.