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What is the procedure for enrolment?

Contact the school office  or call 03 98594116 for all enrolment enquiries. Enrolment packages that contain important school details and all forms required to commence the enrolment process are available.

Is the school zoned?

Most families come from the immediate local area. Families from neighbouring suburbs wishing to access a Catholic education for their child will also be considered.

Do you accept enrolments through the school year?

Enrolments are accepted throughout the year in all levels.

Do you enrol non-Catholic children?

While St Anne’s is a Catholic Parish School, families who are willing to support the Christian values of the school will be considered. Non-Catholic families will be required to follow the relevant enrolment procedures outlined on the website.

Can I take a school tour?

Personal tours can be organised by contacting the school by phone or email where a suitable time can be arranged. Other significant times to visit the school would be during Catholic Education Week in March.

How much time is set aside for the teaching of religion?

Religious Education lessons are timetabled on a weekly basis approximately 2.5 hours a week. More information

What specialist programs are offered by the school?

Physical Education, Library, Italian, Digital Technologies and Performing Arts. Visual Arts is taught within the classroom. More information

Does the school offer before and after school care?

An out of school hours care service is provided by St Anne’s in partnership with Kew East Primary School on their premises. Students are accompanied to and from the centre by staff.

Does the school offer extra-curricular activities/programs?

Tuition in piano, guitar, ukulele and drums is offered during school hours. Many students at all levels play basketball as part of the St Anne’s Basketball Club. St. Anne’s also has out of school netball teams and a ski team has also been established.

Are there opportunities for me to speak to my child’s teacher?

Formal opportunities are organised for the beginning of each year and again at the beginning of the second semester. Other appointments can be organised by the school office or the individual teacher for a time that is suitable for parents and teachers.

Who do I contact for wellbeing and learning support for my child?

St Anne’s has a trained Student Wellbeing Leader who will respond to enquiries/concerns and refer them to appropriate professional services that may be helpful. More information

Does the school have a uniform policy?

All students are expected to wear full school uniform at all times.

What is the best way to get to school?

With many families living locally students are encouraged to walk or ride to school as often as possible. The streets in the immediate vicinity are quite safe with main roads served by supervised school crossings.

Does the school offer opportunities for student leadership?

Year 6 students are appointed to the roles of School Captain, Sports Captain and House Captain. Further leadership positions are offered for Social Justice, Technology, Library, Art and Green Team. Foundation students are partnered with Year 6 students as part of a Buddy Program. Year 5 students are appointed as peer mediators and all students are offered the opportunity to be a class Student Representative Council leader.

I have been involved with St Anne's school for seventeen years; first as a parent and Parishioner, and recently, as a staff member. Over the years I have had the privilege of working with the most dedicated and supportive staff at St Anne's. All three of my children were educated at St Anne's and it was the best decision my husband and I have ever made. The education they have received provided an excellent foundation for their future success at Secondary College and  has equipped them with the life skills beyond their school years. Jenny (former parent)

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