Enrolment Information can be found on the CEO Website please click here for an enrolment form.
St Joseph's Primary Catholic School abides by the Archdiocese of Canberra and n Enrolment Policy. It is Archdiocesan policy that children of other faiths are welcome to enrol. All enrolments are most welcome. Enrolment is upon the understanding that the child's parents must agree to actively support the school philosophy and practices and all students must participate in the school's Religious Education program.
It is the current policy of the Archdiocese that children enrolling for Kindergarten should have turned five years of age by 31st Julyl of that year. Any parent wishing to enrol a child who is not in that category will be asked to meet with the Principal who will then refer the matter to the Director of Catholic Education.
These sessions are aimed to make the child comfortable in and familiar with the facilities and staff at St Joseph’s. They begin with shorter sessions and move to full days. The Orientation days are held across 5 weeks and involve the students in a variety of different activities based on the curriculum. Throughout the Orientation process the children will experience what it is like to be at school and experience each day of the week. Parents are welcome to send their child along whether they have or have not made a decision on where to send their child.
Kindergarten 2019 Orientation Program:
An information session where parents can learn more about various aspects of Kindergarten and being a part of St Joseph's School such as: Maths, Literacy, Information Technology and parent involvement will be held onWednesday 7th November 2018 a t 6.30pm for 2019 enrolments. A light supper will be provided. (A babysitting service will be available on the night.)
If you have any question please contact the office for more information.
The First Few Weeks Kindergarten
During Term One, Kindergarten children do not come to school on a Wednesday for the first four weeks of the Term.
Early in the year each Kindergarten child will be matched up with a Year 6 child who will be his/her special buddy for the year. The Year Six children help to ease the Kindergarten students' first anxious weeks in the unfamiliar world of primary school, and continue to build a strong relationship throughout the year by working together in many ways.