Prep Enrolments for 2019
Term 3 has commenced and we are amazed at how quickly 2018 is passing by. Our Prep Transition program has taken off with our first session held on Friday 27th July. At Yarra Road Primary School we feel that starting an early transition program has huge benefits as starting Primary School can be a very exciting and nerve racking step, we like to ensure that all of our families and new students feel 100% comfortable and settled in prior to starting in 2019.
Still undecided? In order to assist you in making this very important and exciting decision, we have arranged the following school tour dates. These will enable you to see the school at work and to ask questions of the Principal. Bookings are necessary. Tours will run for approximately 45 minutes. If you are unable to attend any of the below dates, please call the office on 9723 4182 and we can arrange a better suited time.
Term 3, 2018
Friday 27th July
Friday 10th August
Friday 24th August
Friday 14th September
Term 4, 2018
Friday 19th October
Friday 2nd November
Friday 16th November
Prep Information Night
Tuesday 4th December at 7:00pm
Tuesday 4th December
Including the below documentation, we are happy to copy your documents for you.
- Birth Certificate (Original to be sighted)
- Immunisation Certificate
- Information related to any Family Court or Intervention orders (if relevant)
- Asthma Plan or information related to allergies, anaphylaxis or any other medical conditions (if relevant)
Yarra Road Primary School
Yarra Road Primary School’s motto ‘Enjoying the Road to Success’ underpins the planning and delivery of our curriculum programs. We strive to develop personal qualities in our students which reflect our school values: respect, responsibility, excellence, confidence and resilience.
We recognise the importance of developing the whole child and conduct programs which cater for the wide range of academic, cultural, physical and emotional needs and interests of our students.
Yarra Road Primary School was excited and proud to mark its 90th anniversary in 2015. Since 1925 the school has been a place where the community works together to support all children in their learning and social development.
The school has seen many physical changes over this time, expanding from the fifteen students that began in 1925 to our current enrolment of 360 pupils. Throughout the years we have watched with pride as our students have excelled in many fields and we welcome them back to visit the school to share their achievements and stories.