Enrolling at St Anthony’s School is an easy but important process. There are three easy steps that you need to complete for enrolment.
How to Apply
Below is the link where you can complete an online Application for Enrolment.
Once you have clicked on the link, you can enter and review the required details and submit the form, for your application to be lodged. Once you start the application, you have up to 30 days to return to the form and submit it, before it expires from the system.
If applying to enrol more than one student, an option will be available to submit another application for each individual student when the form is completed.
The school’s Enrolments Officer will contact you once the application has been submitted.
Should you have any difficulty completing the online Application for Enrolment, please contact the Enrolments Officer on (07) 4094 6900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Application for Enrolment forms are also available as printed documents from the school office or may be emailed upon request.
Step 1: The enrolment application
Submit a Confidential Online Application for Enrolment
Provide other documents as listed on the Parent Checklist ie Birth Certificate and Baptismal Certificate if applicable for each child. For Year 1 – 6 Enrolments include a copy of the most recent school report.
Click here to access our Online Enrolment Application Form
Step 2: The enrolment interview
Make an appointment for an enrolment interview.
Please come prepared to the interview with the correct documentation.
You will need to bring the following items:
- You and the enrolling child/ren
- Each child’s birth certificate
- Each child’s baptismal certificate (if applicable)
- A current passport and visa is required for any child born overseas
- A recent school report card (if previously at another school)
At the enrolment interview, we will:
- Discuss the details on the enrolment application
- Discuss any special needs your child/ren may have
- Discuss school policies/standards/expectations (handbook)
- Discuss what it means to go to a Catholic School
- Discuss uniform expectations and where to purchase uniforms
- Discuss and stationery, books and readiness for learning
- Discuss expectations for fee payments and set up direct debit
- Discuss process for dealing with complaints/issues
Step 3: Understanding school policies
It is very important for you to read and familiarise yourself with our school policies. Please read these prior to your interview as you will need to know about the policies, standards and expectations of our school prior to enrolling your children.
** Please note: Enrolment requests for children who are verified with a disability will need to undertake a different enrolment process.
Catholic schools are committed to fostering cultures of inclusion that respond to the educational needs of students regardless of their abilities, backgrounds and aspirations. This commitment to inclusive practices is supportive of both Church teaching and legislative requirements.
Under the Commonwealth Disability Discrimination Act (1992), the Disability Standards for Education (2005) seek to ensure that education is made accessible to students with disabilities. Specifically the Standards address enrolment, participation, curriculum, student services and the elimination of harassment and victimization.
Enrolment of students with special needs is facilitated through the Enrolment Application and Support Procedures for Students requiring Significant Educational Adjustments. This process encourages all participants in the education process (parents, students, teachers, school leadership, student services representatives) to share as partners, the responsibility for successful outcomes for all students. The process seeks to reveal and clarify the characteristics of the learner and to assess the adjustments for accessing learning and the implications of these for the school, the family and the student.
St Anthony’s school community has access to Catholic Education’s advisory teachers, speech language pathologists, psychologists, occupational therapists, learning support teachers, student counsellors and Indigenous education officers, and can also collaborate with a range of external agencies to enhance support of the individual needs of students.
For more information on Enrolling your Child and the relevant forms, visit the Catholic Education website.