Enrolment Applications

All enrolments for the school are carried out by the School Officers located in the Administration Block. Enrolments are not complete until a Birth Certificate (or extract), Immunisation record and Proof of Address have been sighted at the office. Tambrey Primary School is a local intake school, this means students must be residing in the suburbs of Nickol, Nickol West, Jingarri or Tambrey Estate to attend this school.

New admissions are placed in the appropriate class following the completion of the Student Information Form and a review of the child’s previous schooling. Students who are enrolled elsewhere and the period of attendance is less than four weeks may not be able to attend. Attendance, in this situation, is at the Principal’s discretion.

Please note: The application forms below are a Step 1 of the enrolment process. Once complete and submitted you will receive Step 2.

To complete Step 2, you will be required to access our Policies page.

In Western Australia, children can start their education in Kindergarten, however compulsory schooling starts the following year in Pre-primary.

Who needs to enrol?

You need to apply to enrol your children in school for 2024 if they are:

  • Starting Kindergarten – 4 years old by 30 June 2024
  • Starting Pre-primary, the first year of compulsory school – 5 years old by 30 June 2024
  • Changing schools.

The following information is also essential and must be provided at the time of enrolment:

  • Birth Certificate
  • Identity documents
  • Australian Childhood Immunsation Register (ACIR) history statement no more than 2 months old
  • Court orders (if applicable)
  • Proof of address
  • Details of any disability
  • Any ongoing medical condition and procedure to be followed during the school day. A Health Care Authorisation must be completed.

Please see the table at the Department of Education website to calculate the year your child will start school.

Immunsation Requirements (AIR Immunisation History Statement)

Vaccine-preventable diseases, such as measles or mumps, can have serious health consequences for young children and others in the community.

The child care and classroom environment, where children are in close proximity to each other, allows diseases to spread quickly between children who are not fully vaccinated. Other visitors such as parents and other family members, are also at risk if they are not vaccinated.

You can help protect your child by ensuring his or her vaccinations are up-to-date.

Recent legislative changes under the Public Health Act 2016 (WA) and School Education Act 1999 (WA) strengthen immunisation requirements in the following ways:

  • When enrolling your child into a child care service, community kindergarten or school you need to provide your child’s current Australian Immunisation Register (AIR) Immunisation History Statement as part of enrolment documentation. The statement must be dated within 2 months of the date of application for enrolment.
  • Child care services and schools may be requested to report the immunisation information of children enrolled, to the Department of Health.