Enrolments

Cranbourne Carlisle is accepting enrolments for 2019 for children aged Foundation to Year 6.

School tours are conducted every Tuesday from 9:30am. Please email enquiries to cranbourne.carlisle.ps@edumail.vic.gov.au with ‘Tour’ in the subject field. Bookings are essential as tour group numbers are limited. Please contact the office if you would like to attend.

Although we are not zoned, families are encouraged to approach their local school first before enroling with Cranbourne Carlisle. You may have seen an article reported in the media recently in relation to school boundaries. Enrolling a child in a new school is an important decision for every parent and their local school. The Department of Education has produced new zone maps for all Victorian schools.

Whether your child is entering primary or secondary school, it is important that time and care is put into deciding on a safe and happy learning environment that fosters their emotional and intellectual growth. This is why a new website has been developed to support schools and parents. These maps are designed to direct you to your nearest school.

https://www.findmyschool.vic.gov.au/

For Foundation enrolments, you will require:

  • Birth Certificate
  • Immunisation History Statement (can be obtained from Medicare)
  • Contact details for Parents / Carers
  • Two emergency contacts
  • Medical information eg Asthma / allergies
  • Doctor’s name and contact
  • Medicare card
  • Visa documents if applicable

Years one to six also require the above information and must provide a copy of the most recent school report prior to enrolment.

Appointments can be made for enrolment between 9.30am and 2.30pm Monday to Friday. We do not issue enrolment forms to take home. Please allow 30mins to complete the forms.

School fees are payable prior to the first day of school.

For enrolment into before and after school care, please see our page on OSHC.

Reading is something we take for granted as adults. Learning to read is one of the many challenges children face when beginning school. Reading to them at home is an effective way for children to start learning letters and sounds. Below is an interesting article on children and reading.

Reading To Young Children

Enrolment