It is requested that families wishing to enrol their children contact Templeton to make an appointment to meet with the Principal. If appropriate please bring a passport for visa identification.
Prep enrolments are open to all students who turn 5 years by 30th April of the commencing year. Enrolments close at the end of June each year and places are allocated in the following order:
- Students for whom the school is the designated neighbourhood school
- Students with a sibling at the same permanent address who are attending the school
- All other students
Templeton Primary School was granted an enrolment restriction by the Department of Education and Training in 2014 due to site capacity issues.
An official department map identifying the designated neighbourhood boundary (DNB) is presented for your clarification.
Our Sick Bay is located near the General Office and run by our First Aid Officer Nicole Cross. Nicole has been at Templeton for 9 years, looking after hundreds of sick and injured students. Please find below some medical forms for download if your child experiences anaphylaxis, asthma or other allergic reactions. There is also a Medical Consent form for administering medication. All of these forms are readily available at the General Office.
The Transition Program at Templeton Primary School has been established for over twelve years. Our program is continually evolving, keeping abreast with current practices in early childhood education.
The Transition program, for children moving from Preschool/Childcare to Primary School, is created and designed to include a range of activities that support children and families to become familiar and comfortable with the new environment, the teachers and experiences of school. Our aim is to provide your child with the support needed to ensure a confident beginning and seamless transition into Primary School.
Templeton’s program, known as “Ready, Set, Go”, includes 10 sessions for children enrolled for the coming year, to visit the school and participate in a variety of activities.
Experiences include play based activities in the Prep Centre, Perceptual Motor Program, visits to the Library and Performing Arts room and outdoor play.
Our Program also includes five information sessions for parents. These sessions provide information about your child’s transition to school and programs offered at Templeton, while giving you the opportunity to meet other parents and have questions answered.
The children who take part in our Transition Program, become more confident and excited about starting school. Our aim is to provide the support your child needs to achieve his or her full potential.