Kororoit Creek Primary has a designated neighbourhood boundary around the school which is used to determine which families have automatic admission into the school. Families which have automatic admission are closer to Kororoit Creek Primary School than any other State School according to the formula used by the Department of Education. This boundary is enforced when enrolments indicate that the school can only accommodate families within the neighbourhood boundary.
Enrolments will be accepted from the start of term 2 2018. Completed enrolment forms can be dropped off at the school office with the following information.
- A full birth certificate for your child or, if not born in Australia, a Passport and valid entry Visa or a Citizenship Certificate (children must turn 5 by 30th April in the year they start school)
- Statement of immunisation (this can be obtained through Medicare)
Families must be residing within the neighbourhood boundary and will need to provide:
- Current rates notice or a current Lease Agreement with bond receipt
- Along with at least 2 Utility bills, insurance etc – with family name and residential address
Please note that the Melbourne School Zones website is not Department of Education authorised and the neighbourhood boundary displayed for our school is not accurate.
Tuesday 1st May at 5pm Thursday 3rd May at 4pm Tuesday 15th May at 5pm Thursday 17th May at 4pm
Kororoit Creek Primary School has a uniform policy, stating that the wearing of school uniform is compulsory. The uniform must be worn correctly without fashion accessories or enhancements (including leggings under dresses) every day. Please make sure that every item of clothing is named. Uniforms can be purchased directly from the supplier – Primary School Wear Deer Park, 51-53 Westwood Drive. A full school uniform list will be sent home in November to all families who have enrolled at the school. Please note that plain black school shoes should be worn with the uniform. Summer uniform terms 1 and 4 and winter uniform terms 2 and 3. (Exception will be made for extreme weather conditions). Summer dresses are not suitable for winter and should not be worn with skivvies or tights underneath as winter uniform.
Please include all documentation as outlined above.
Prep Transition program consists of 4 sessions and is designed to make you and your child feel comfortable about starting the most important year of school. It is also an opportunity for us to get to know your child before the school year begins. Whilst your child participates in engaging learning experiences, parents will attend relaxed information sessions about Kororoit Creek Primary School’s curriculum, as well as daily school life. Sessions cover Literacy, Numeracy, Specialist classes, swimming program, school uniform, Canteen and much more.