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Enrolments

Procedures 

It is important that parents inform the administration team of any care, academic, social/emotional or behaviour needs of their child. Failure to do so may result in undue anxiety and under-resourcing for the student. There are specific programmes and support staff within our school to cater for all students and their differentiation requirements. Please refer to the various categories of enrolment as per your situation and that of your child/ren.

The Principal will determine, in consultation with all parties, the best strategy for the integration of the student. Nominated class teachers and support team members will meet with carers and child safety officer to determine a support plan, catering for academic, social/emotional well-being and behavioural needs.

Download the Department's enrolment form (PDF, 466 KB).

 

Students in foster care

It is a requirement of Education Queensland that the Department of Child Safety Officer attend an enrolment interview with the Principal. Foster parents and the student in care need also to attend this interview. The school guidance and support team may also be contacted to contribute to this process.

Students with high level needs

Parents of students with high level academic, social/emotional or behaviour needs are required to make an appointment with the Principal.  It is a requirement of Education Queensland that the parent/caregiver attend an enrolment interview with the Principal.

The school’s Head of Special Education Services (HOSES), Guidance Officer (GO), Support Team Representative (STLN) and Student Support Services Officer (BAT/SSS) may also be required to contribute to this interview process. The Principal will determine, in consultation with all parties, the best strategy for the integration of the student.

Nominated class teachers, HOSES, GO, STLN and/or BAT/SSS will meet with carers to determine a support plan or an individual education plan, catering for academic, social/emotional well-being and behavioural needs, setting goals and detailing levels of support and types of intervention for curriculum, communication, social participation and emotional well-being, health and personal care, and environmental access. 

Enrolment management boundary

Parents are reminded that the enrolment of any student at Jimboomba State School is at the Principal’s discretion. Student population at Jimboomba State School is managed by a boundary imposed by Education Queensland. It comes into effect when the whole school population increases beyond 1000 students. When this threshold is reached, students cannot attend Jimboomba State School if their principle address falls beyond the boundary. This is determined at interview with the Principal, upon enrolment.