Enrolment at PSPC is a 5 step process.

Step1 Confirmation of Catchment Residence

Pimpama State Primary College has an enrolment management plan.

The College can offer enrolment to all students who reside inside our catchment area. Refer to the catchment map for details of the boundaries for our school. 

Students who reside outside the College catchment may apply for enrolment, however places are limited and restricted to the availability in each year level.

Step 2 Responsible Behaviour Plan review

Review the PSPC_student_code_of_conduct.pdf that outlines the behaviour expectations of the students, support in-place and consequences for behaviours demonstrated.

Step 3 Enrolment forms 

Please come in to the office where we will check your residence in the catchment area and take the Application for Student Enrolment to complete and submit in person.

Please bring the following documents with the application (applications cannot be processed without these additional documents). 

  1. Proof of Residence

    • A current signed Lease Agreement (signed by the agent and yourself.)

    • and a Utilities Notices (in your name at the address) or Council Rates Notice (in your name at the address)

  2. Birth certificate

  3. Latest report card

  4. Visa and Passport details for students born outside Australia and New Zealand

  5. Student Resource Scheme Form

Enrolment applications received on or prior to Wednesday of that week will be booked in for an interview on the Friday. Interviews can not take place until the enrolment application and all accompanying documents are completed.

Step 4 Enrolment Interview

Enrolment interviews take place on Friday mornings with a college principal. Parents will be notified via email or phone when the College can offer an enrolment interview. We hold our enrolment interviews on a Friday as our uniform shop is open Friday morning.

If you have any questions or queries, please come to the office or send an email to our enrolments team

Step 5 Uniform shop and Booklist

After our enrolment interviews we will guide families to our uniform shop. Students must be in full uniform before they can start school.

After our interview, we will get you a booklist. If you already have some equipment from your previous school, please supplement with extra supplies.

Students will then start the following Monday. For the first day of school, families come to the office after 8:15am, with the student in full uniform and booklist equipment ready to start school. The office staff will inform you of what class the student/s will be going to and have a staff member guide you to your new class.

On the first day of school students are supported with a buddy in class and during lunch to help them become familiar with the school.

Last reviewed 21 January 2021
Last updated 21 January 2021