Information for Prep 2020

Prep Enrolment for 2020

At Glen Iris Primary School, we understand that choosing a school which will give your child the best start to their education journey is a big decision.
We endeavour to ensure that every child makes a successful transition to Primary School and that it is a trouble-free and happy experience.
Parent participation and involvement is actively encouraged and appreciated and we welcome the opportunity to show you what Glen Iris Primary School has to offer you and your child. 

There are five main ways to find out what GIPS has to offer your child:

1.   At our Prep 2020 Open Day

  • Tuesday 21 May.
  • School Tours run between 9.30 - 10.30am and 2.00 - 3.00pm.
  • Visit our school in action, meet current students and parents, and chat with our Principal, Garry Collins.
  • Bookings by email: or by phone: ph 9885 3624

2.   Through our 2020 Prep Information Evening

  • Thursday 16 May
  • 7.00pm - 8.00pm in the Library
  • All prospective parents are invited to attend the Information Evening, to hear about the school's programs, meet the current Prep teaching team, and learn about all aspects of education at Glen Iris Primary School.
  • Bookings by email: or by phone: ph 9885 3624.

3.   During a general School Tour 
See dates here.

4.    By booking a personalised school tour with our Principal, Garry Collins
Call the office on (03) 9885 3624 to make a booking.

5.   By bringing your child to Story Time @ Glen Iris
Our 'Story Time @ Glen Iris' transition program is an informal opportunity to familiarise parents and children with our school environment and facilities.

Enrolment Form pdf 

Enrolment Form 
fillable pdf

Alternate Family Enrolment Form

Prep 2020 Take Off 
Transition Program Booklet 

2020 Prep
Information Manual

2020 Prep Information Sheet

 Other resources:

School Zones -
If you are outside our school zone, please call the school to discuss the possibility of a place. Tel 03 9885 3624.

Please note that as of 28 February 2018, an Immunisation History Statement from the Australian Immunisation Register will be the only form of documentation accepted as proof of a child's immunisation status.
Without a statement showing completed immunisation, your child will not be able to be enrolled in school.
Documents provided by GPs or other immunisation providers will no longer be sufficient as a form of evidence.
Medicare will usually automatically send you an Immunisation History Statement when your child turns 5.