To go straight to Enrolment Forms, click here    http://www.wanneroosc.wa.edu.au/enrolments/enrolment-forms/

 

Thank you for your interest in applying to enrol your child in a Western Australian public school. Enrolment is a two-step process.  Parents first lodge an Application for Enrolment with the school. If your child is eligible for enrolment, you will be provided a General Enrolment Form. The school will notify you of the results of your application as soon as possible.  The information you have provided will be used by the school once eligibility is confirmed.

An eligible student whose place of residence is within Wanneroo’s local-intake area is guaranteed enrolment. Students residing outside the local-intake area are accommodated where possible. Enrolment at a school in the compulsory primary years does not guarantee future enrolment at a specific secondary school including one in the vicinity of the primary school.

Documentary evidence, including court orders relating to your child, may be required to support information supplied. Principals may consult with the Regional Education Office where sufficient evidence may not have been supplied.

It is highly recommended not to purchase items such as uniforms until you receive confirmation of enrolment.

The Department’s Enrolment Policy can be found at www.det.wa.edu.au/policies.

If you are applying to enrol your child for this year and you are in the local intake area, you will be informed of the outcome of the application as soon as possible.

If you are applying to enrol your child from outside the local-intake area your child is not guaranteed a place. Once the number of local-intake area enrolments has been confirmed and Wanneroo has spare capacity and appropriate programs, applications from outside the local-intake area for the first round of offers will be assessed after the Application Closing Date. The priority for students who live outside the local-intake area is in the following order:

  1. A child who is accepted into an Approved Specialist Program.
  2. A child who has a sibling enrolled at the school for that year; this does not include a sibling who has gained enrolment through an Approved Specialist Program.
  3. A child who lives closest to the school (not closest to the boundary of a local-intake school).

Additional enrolment information specifically written for parents is on the Schools and You website at http://det.wa.edu.au/schoolsandyou

Please refer to the Schools Online website for a map of the local intake area. http://www.det.wa.edu.au/schoolsonline/home.do

YEAR 11 COURSE SELECTION INFORMATION

Year 10 students will be focusing on future career paths and options for when they have completed Year 12.  As a young adult and senior school student, the future can suddenly seem very imminent.

Commencing week 9 in term 2, Year 10 students will have the opportunity to sit with a counsellor and discuss future options in schooling and career.

Students will be allocated an interview time and letters will be distributed with details for student interviews.

Where possible, we encourage parent/s to come along to the interview as the amount of information can sometimes be overwhelming for students. You can have a look at our Helpful Links under Student Services for some helpful links in preparation for choosing possible career pathways to discuss at the meeting.