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Admissions Policy

The Principal assesses each case on merit but here are our guidelines:


  • Prospective parents must read carefully all information included in our enrolment pack before completing and returning the enrolment form and all other necessary documents.


  • Children must be at least 3.5 years old before 1st September of the year that they intend to start school.


  • Applications must be finalised by 1st May of the year that the child intends to start school.

  • Parents (both) must complete the full-day Parent Orientation in July prior to their child commencing school.

  • Though parents are not required to affirm our Statement of Faith, the parents of students at Saol Primary Christian School must have a willingness to have their child exposed to the clear teaching of the school’s Statement of Faith within the school curriculum.

  • Acceptance of any child at Saol Primary Christian School is the decision of the School Board and faculty, based on compatibility of school, parents, and child. Admission and re-enrolment in the school is a privilege and not a right. We want your child to be enroled in the school that is best able to educate him or her.

  • Saol Primary Christian School admits students of any race, colour, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, colour, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies and other school-administered programs.

  • Children with special needs - Saol Primary Christian School is a small private school with limited resources compared to the public schools and other larger private schools.  Public schools receive additional funding for students with special needs and hire specialised staff to serve their unique needs.  Saol Primary Christian School does admit students with special needs when we believe that we can truly serve and educate them.  The needs of the child should always be prioritised.  If your child has special needs, we look forward to discussing the ability of our staff to adequately address and meet your child's needs in a typical classroom setting.

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