2020 Transition Information for parents



The below information are provided by the Department of Education
and Training (DET) may be of assistance to your with your child's
next big step to secondary school.


Term 2 - 2020 Information - Moving from primary to secondary school: information for parents

In Victoria, students normally start secondary school when they reach year 7.

 

Due to remote and flexible learning arrangements currently in place, government primary schools may be unable to distribute the 2020 parent/carer pack to every year 6 family in hard copy from the start of Term 2 2020.

Therefore, adjustments to the statewide year 6 to 7 timeline have been made. These changes give parents and carers an increased timeframe to return the application form.

Parents and carers of year 6 students can access the year 7 placement information pack and application form from this webpage. Your child’s government primary school will also make every effort to provide you a copy of the documents.

Applications for 2021 - Year 7 transition placement paperwork is in the mail.
Once received it needs to be completed and returned by Monday 25th May via:
Post: PO Box 126 Hampton Park VIC 3976
or
Scan documents & email: kilberry.valley.ps@edumail.vic.gov.au


Note: Also included is a form from Narre Warren Sth P-12.
Only complete this form if your first choice is Narre Warren Sth P-12.
This is to be returned by Friday 15th May directly to Narre Warren Sth P-12.
Please DO NOT return this form to KVPS.



2021 Year 7 Special Programs Application Form
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If your child would like to undertake one of our Special Programs on offer at Narre Warren South P-12 College, please complete this form. If you require any assistance, please contact Dianne Davies on (03) 9704 3333 or email davies.dianne.d@edumail.vic.gov.au.
Applications are available at Narre Warren P - 12 - A Block reception.

 

Here is a DET link to guide you with further information.
Click here

Once your child is enrolled in a secondary college:

Read the DET tips for starting secondary school to learn how you can support your child through the move.

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