enrolment information

School tours & enrolments can be made at any time.

School tours & enrolments can be made at any time, additionally a notice will be placed in the Heyfield News and at the Heyfield Kindergarten advising parents of specific open days as part of the Kinder / Prep Transition Program.

See the Transition Page for more information about the Prep Transition Program.

When parents come to enrol their child at the school (no appointment is necessary) you will need to bring your child’s Birth Certificate & Immunisation History Statement. Parents are also required to fill out a Confidential Student Information form prior to their child commencing. Your child needs to have turned five before April 30th before he / she can legally start.


prep attendance in term one

From the first day of term 1 until the long weekend in March, Prep children will NOT be required to attend school on Wednesdays. After the Labour Day holiday in March, children will attend for the whole week and be dismissed at the normal time of 3:00pm.

bus travel

Students living more than 4.8 km from our school may be eligible to travel on the Government subsidised bus.       
Please contact the school if you feel your child is eligible to travel on the bus.  


school lunches

Children eat their lunches at school under supervision. Lunch orders are available from Busy Bees. Orders can be telephoned or dropped in by the children on their way to school. The shop will deliver them to school 5 minutes before the start of lunchtime.
It is essential that lunch boxes, all containers and drink bottles are clearly named. No lollies, chocolate or fizzy drinks at school please.   



school uniform

The wearing of school uniform is compulsory at all times; on excursions, at the sports and on other special occasions where children are ambassadors for the school.

Pre-loved clothing available at reasonable prices. Donations of pre-loved school polo’s or jumpers gratefully accepted.

Click here to download a list of boys and girls school uniform and sports uniform items


The wearing of jewellery such as earrings, necklaces etc is not permitted; however, this is allowed if it is for religious or cultural reasons. Also, small discreet studs or sleepers are allowed for pierced ears. Watches may be worn at owner’s risk.


Sensible closed footwear must be worn at all times. Thongs and open toed sandals are not permitted.

personal goods at school

Children are discouraged from bringing private property to school as this is not insured. The Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (DEECD) and the school are not responsible for any damage or loss.

Children are not allowed to bring any electronic games, listening devices or mobile phones to school.

money at school

When sending money to school please ensure you place it in a sealed envelope with your child’s name, room number, reason and amount enclosed.