The Lyndhurst Primary School Enrolment Process
Lyndhurst Primary School has a Managed Enrolment Plan, so the enrolment process is as follows:
Fill out the relevant online Expression of Interest Form for you child on the website
Fill out the electronic enrolment form that will be emailed to you
Email your enrolment supporting documents to the Office
We shall process your admission and update you with our final decision within 14 days of receiving all documentation.
Due to pressure for enrolment and anticipated growth, only families within our school zone will be initially offered enrolment through the enrolment process.
Families outside of our enrolment zone may submit an Expression of Interest. However, an offer of enrolment will only be made if there is available capacity. Offers will be made on the basis of the DET Placement Policy.
To enrol at Lyndhurst Primary School the following are all required to complete enrolment:
Completed Compass Electronic Student Enrolment Form
Birth Certificate (Passport can be accepted if no Birth Certificate)
Medicare Immunisation Summary
Proof of Residential Address (as of 2024 parents are required to provide documents for a 100-point Residential Address Check as per the DET guidelines)
Due to the rapid population growth within the City of Casey, Lyndhurst Primary School has a strict enrolment policy with a DEECD-approved designated neighbourhood boundary around it from which students may attend. Please contact the school for further details if you wish to enrol.
Enrolment forms are completed online, and enrolment supporting documentation can be emailed to: email@example.com
For information for families on how to enrol their child in a Victorian government school and outlines for timeframes for submitting Foundation (Prep) enrolment applications, the Department of Education has a website which can be found here: https://www.vic.gov.au/starting-school
What is the 'School Entry Immunisation Certificate' and why is it required?
This is a certificate, issued either by the Australian Childhood Immunisation Register or your local council health department, which shows that:
your child has been immunised against measles, mumps, diptheria, tetanus and polio, or
there is good reason why your child has not been immunised.
Please note: if the Australian Childhood Immunisation Register certificate does NOT contain the statement "This child has received all vaccine required by 5 years of age", please contact your local council immunisation service to receive further information with regard to immunisations or to obtain a council issued school entry immunisation certificate.