Gilmore Primary School

An ACT Public School


Enrolments

Parents/carers are welcome to enrol/transfer their son or daughter at any time during the school year using an online application form. Full details are available from the Education and Training Directorate website.

The ACT Education and Training Directorate's enrolment policy can be found through this link: Enrolment policy

In keeping with the Directorate enrolment policy and procedures, Gilmore School accepts mainstream student enrolments in the following priority:

  1. Students who live in Gilmore School's Priority Enrolment Area (PEA) and/or ACT resident siblings of students concurrently enrolled at the school
  2. ACT resident students outside of Gilmore PEA
  3. NSW resident students

Gilmore Primary School may enrol students from out of area, with priority being given to ACT residents over non-ACT residents, provided the capacity as determined by the Education and Training Directorate is not exceeded.

Our Priority Enrolment Area (PEA) is the suburbs of Gilmore, Hume and part of Chisholm
Priority Enrolment Area: Gilmore Primary School

A detailed map of Gilmore Primary School's PEA for 2015/16 can be found on the
Allhomes External Link website during the enrolment period. Using this site, select the option: ACT Public School Zones.

Enrolment Information for 2015/16

The ACT Education and Training Directorate has updated the enrolment and transfer arrangements for all ACT public schools.

All new student enrolment applications for 2016 open from 28 April 2015 (day 1 term 2) and close on 5 June 2015.

If you are enrolling your child to start school in 2016 or if your child is transferring to an ACT public school at any stage you will need to use the same online form.

To make this process easier for those wishing to enrol or transfer, please use the online enrolment/transfer form and Parent/carer guide to enrolment/transfer for ACT public schools located on the 'Enrolling in an ACT Public School' section.

Additional Information: Educational Requirements in the ACT

In the ACT a child is of compulsory education age from the age of six unless a child qualifies for Early Entry. Early Entry is offered to eligible families to meet the needs of their children in the early years of education. Early Entry will only be considered for children in the following categories:

  • English as an Additional Language or Dialect
  • Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander children
  • Mobility (such as for Australian Defence Force personnel)
  • Gifted and Talented children.

For further information, please contact Early Education on 6207 1106 or email DET.consultation@act.gov.au. Early entry criteria, procedures and application forms are available from the Policies A-Z section of the website.

Need more information?

Parents/Carers seeking to enrol their child in an ACT public school may read online the Parent Guide online Enrolment/Transfer guide produced by the Directorate. The following links provided will provide additional information about how the Enrolment/ Transfer process is organised at our school.

Gilmore Primary artwork of students

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