St Clare's Catholic School Burdell

Prep

The Prep Year is considered the formal start of a child’s learning journey where students come together at the beginning of the school year with a mix of experiences, abilities, and natural talents.  The Prep Year is a full-time, five days per-week program. Children must turn five years of age by 30 June of the year they are enrolled (see below). 

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St Clare’s Catholic School Prep Program offers:
  • Early childhood trained Teachers and Full-time School Officers in each Prep classroom
  • Specialist Teachers for Music, Library, Technologies, Physical Education, and Languages
  • Small class sizes
  • IT-enabled Prep classrooms
  • Dedicated Prep playgrounds

Our Prep classrooms and school grounds are learning spaces designed to inspire imagination, creativity, curiosity, investigation, and a great love for discovery and learning.

GET SET FOR PREP

The following outlines what you can expect once you have enrolled your child in Prep, as well as some handy information on preparing for, and being involved in your child's Prep experience.

Following Your Enrolment:
  • Starting School information will be emailed and available online in December (Welcome Pack).
  • You will be invited to attend a Prep Orientation, which is a great opportunity for the whole family to build familiarity with the new environment.
 Prep Orientations:
  • Parents and students will be invited to an Orientation morning in Term 4. During this session, children will participate in a range of fun activities and will have the opportunity to meet their future classmates and Prep teachers. Our leadership team will present to parents and there will be a variety of stallholders available to provide helpful advice that will assist your child’s transition into Prep.
  • Our Prep teachers will present information about our Prep program and be available to answer any queries you may have in Term 1 of the new school year.

Parent Involvement


St Clare’s Catholic School welcomes and encourages parental involvement throughout their child’s enrolment. We warmly encourage parents to be engaged in their child’s learning environment and journey, for optimal results both academically and emotionally. Parent engagement can take many forms – here are some examples:

  • Subscribe to the School newsletter
  • Become involved in classroom activities where possible
  • Attend School events and celebrations where possible
  • Talk to your child’s Teachers to discuss your child's progress
  • Download the Compass App for enhanced communications
  • Follow St Clare’s Catholic School on social media to keep up with whole school news and events

Contact

Principal: Mrs Helen Wade

Burdell Drive
Burdell 4818

P: (07) 4760 6900
F: (07) 4774 3489
E: enquiries@stclarestsv.catholic.edu.au

Absent Line: (07) 4760 6999

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