School Zones

Our school zone is available on findmyschool.vic.gov.au which hosts the most up-to-date information about Victorian school zones.

Students residing in our school zone are guaranteed a place at our school, which is determined on the basis of your permanent residential address. Our school also has additional capacity available to welcome students who are outside of our school zone.

The Department provides guidance through the Enrolment: Placement Policy to ensure that students have access to their designated neighbourhood school and the freedom to choose other schools, subject to facility limitations.

You can find more information and answers to frequently asked questions on the Department’s website under School zones.

For more information

If you have a question about school zones call the VSBA Hotline on 1800 896 950 or email: vsba@education.vic.gov.au



Department Enrolment Policy


Enrolment Form 2024


Information About School Zones


Privacy Policy Statement


Prep Enrolment Flyer 2024


Immunisation Information


Prep Parent Information Booklet 2024

Primary School Transition Information Pack - latest news




Contact the school on 9876 6066 to arrange a personal tour with the Principal, Shane Harrop. 


We aim to have each new child settle into school life as smoothly as possible. All prep students are allocated to their classes in term 4 of their Kindergarten year. They will attend orientation sessions at school with their class teacher and future class mates. These sessions are in late November and early December. At the beginning of the school year our prep students are well supported in the playground. Our new preps are easily recognisable by their name tags and become quickly known to all staff. Preps can play in the supervised prep playground at recess times to establish their confidence. Once settled in, a strong Buddy System operates, pairing each prep student with a student from Years 5 and 6.


Starting school is an important milestone in your child’s life. Together we will endeavour to make the transition from home/kindergarten to school as smooth as possible. The first weeks of school are an exciting and often confusing time for your child.


Before your child begins school familiarise yourself with the school environment. Practise travelling to and from school so that your child recognise the procedure and the route. Visit the school and encourage your child to play on the equipment and to locate the drinking taps and the entrance doors to the building and the toilets.


Learning is not just acquiring literacy and numeracy skills. It also involves learning how to develop emotional, social and physical skills, being independent, both in the classroom and in the playground as well as being able to cope throughout the day with work that involves concentration and effort. Parents have a major role to play in being supportive and helpful to their children. It is important that children believe that they are coping successfully.