Prep Enrolments for 2021:
Enrolment of students in Prep (DOC, 319 KB) for 2021 will be accepted after the upcoming July school holidays. It is important that parents enrol immediately so that the department can arrange for the right number of buildings to be onsite to begin the school year.
All students who live within the school catchment are automatically eligible for enrolment (once proof of residential address is supplied).
Amberley District State School Catchment Map (PDF, 820 KB)
For more information on our schools enrolment obligations, please see the
School Enrolment Management Plan for Amberley District State School.
Students who live outside the catchment can express an interest in enrolling but will only be enrolled if capacity exists and in order of priority based on the schools Enrolment Management Plan.
Information on prep enrolment can also be accessed via the Bremer Alliance of State Schools website.
Enrolment Management Plan:
If your child was born between 1 July 2015 and 30 June 2016 they are eligible for prep in 2021.
View the Department's
prep ready reckoner calculator to determine when your child can commence their preparatory year.
Proof of age (birth certificate) is required prior to an enrolment being accepted. Parents also need to provide identifying documents, such as a current driver’s licence or passport.
During Term 3 and 4 we will be offering prep 2021 families the opportunity to enrol either onsite or offsite. If you are attending onsite, the children will spend the session in a prep classroom with experienced Early Years teachers. Each family can have 1 parent or caregiver only attend due to COVID restrictions and during this time, enrolment information will be covered by school staff. If you are enrolling offsite, all of the relevant information will be provided for you. This will include a 'virtual tour' of our school. Please contact the school office for more information on enrolling your child.
An original Birth Certificate is required for enrolment. The Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages encourages parents to apply for birth certificates early to avoid the back-to-school rush.
To apply for a birth certificate, download an application form from the
Department of Justice website or lodge your application at the registry at 110 George Street, Brisbane or at your nearest courthouse.
View Education Queensland's
Preparing for Prep to assess your child's eligibility.
PRE-SCHOOL & KINDERGARTEN TRANSITION:
Pre-School and Kindergarten transition statements for future Prep students can be sent to: