We invite parents of students that reside within our Local Intake Area (boundary) to enrol their child at John Butler Primary College.
Parents wishing to enrol a child can download the form below and return it to the office staff at the College.
If your application is successful you will then be asked to complete a Student Enrolment Form at the school. This form is included in a separate package of information.
Please note that the following documents are required in addition to the Application for Enrolment and Student Enrolment Forms:
- Birth Certificate
- Immunisation Records
- Proof of Address (Water or Land Rates/Lease or Purchase Agreement; a purchase or lease agreement; or WA Driver’s License; or utility bills)
Once the Application for Enrolment form is complete with all attached documentation, it is signed off by the Principal. The parent/guardian will then be contacted to complete the Enrolment process.
It is essential that all of the information on these forms is accurate and current. All medical information needs to be correct at time of enrolment to enable the college to create an emergency response plan if one is required.
It is vital that in an emergency, we are able to reach parents immediately. Should parents be unavailable, the next emergency contact supplied will be called. Therefore it is important that this contact information is kept updated.
Parents of students with special need are asked to contact the college and discuss the needs of their child at Enrolment to ensure the most appropriate program is put in place to meet the needs of their child.
Students born overseas must hold either an Australian passport or appropriate visa before applying to the school. Students who do not hold an Australian passport during the application process must present their passport and visa paperwork at the time of Enrolment.
Overseas or Interstate applicants can be emailed to JohnButler.email@example.com with scanned copies of the required documents. (Please note originals will be required to be sighted on arrival).
Further information for parents regarding how public schools prioritise and manage student enrolments is available through the Department of Education’s “Schools and You” website.