Linden Park Primary School is a zoned school operating under a Capacity Management Plan.  Living in our school zone does not guarantee enrolment at the school.  We do not register families outside of our school zone.

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Reception 2024

Date of Birth: May 2018-April 2019

Reception 2024 applications will open 1st May 2023.

Mid Year Intake for Reception 2024 : We are waiting for details from the Department for Education and will release more information during 2023.

Reception – Year 6 in 2023

Date of birth: between May 2011-April 2018

Currently, no vacancies exist at the school and we are not able to offer direct enrolment at the school.  Applications for enrolment for children living in the LPPS school zone will be encouraged to remain at their current primary school, or referred for enrolment to neighbouring schools and placed on the LPPS enrolment register. Please note we able unable to estimate how long waiting times will be, as vacancies are dependent on families departing.

To Register for an Enrolment Vacancy (Reception – Year 6 in 2023 only)

Only complete this form if your child is currently physically living in the LPPS school zone as their primary place of residence: ONLINE FORM: https://forms.office.com/r/BPDtEpAUfk

When you have completed the online form above, email the supporting documents listed below to: enrolments.lindenpark727@schools.sa.edu.au

Providing Proof of Residency

If you RENT your residence – all documents below must be provided:

  • A rental agreement that covers the first 12-months at the school. As LPPS has a CMP, when families apply to attend the school their rental agreement must be current and also cover the following 12 months of the child’s first year at the school.  The renting of a room does not constitute a primary place of residence. Families must rent an entire property
  •  A copy of your Bond Receipt, issued by Consumer and Business Services
  • A current drivers license showing the same name/address details as the property.
  • Current Electricity Bill:  If you have only just connected electricity, please provide a copy of your  welcome email from your supplier, showing name, supply address and connection date.

If you have PURCHASED your residence- all documents below must be provided:

  • A copy of your Contract of Sale
  • A copy of your recent Rates bill.
  • A current drivers license showing the same name/address details as the property.
  • Current Electricity Bill:  If you have only just connected electricity, please provide a copy of your  welcome email from your supplier, showing name, supply address and connection date.

Providing Proof of Age and Authority to Enrol

In addition we require :

  • A copy of Child’s Birth Certificate or Passport
  • A copy of your child’s visa documentation (if applicable).
  • A copy of the family’s Medicare Card.

VISA PAPERS
If you have emigrated to Australia, please provide us with your Visa papers and Visa Number. If your child has limited oral and written English, we expect that they attend an Intensive English Language school to develop their English proficiency. The zoned IELC school for Linden Park Primary School is Gillies Street Primary School. More information (available in different languages) can be found at Support to learn English (www.sa.gov.au)

Families holding Visa 457 or 482 temporary resident
Please visit the Department for Education website link for further information regarding enrolment.  The school will require a copy of the ‘Letter of Confirmation’  provided by the Department for Education, to verify enrolment.

It is the responsibility of the parents applying for enrolment to be able to verify to the satisfaction of the school that the information
provided is true and factual.  If a child is enrolled on the basis of false or misleading information (including residential address) the Chief Executive may direct that the child be instead enrolled at another Government school pursuant to section 63(1) of the Education and Children’s Services Act 2019.