Information for Prep 2021

Prep Enrolment for 2021

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. 


As soon as we are able, we will resume our school tours and Pre-School StoryTime sessions. If you would like to be notified, and have not already been placed on our mailing list, please email and ask to be put on our Prep mailing list. 


Watch our Day in the Life of Prep video here to see what Glen Iris Primary School has to offer!



To enrol your child for Prep 2021, complete the enrolment form below (either as a fillable pdf or a printable pfd) and email it to the school: To complete the enrolment process, we will also need copies of your child's birth certifiate and immunisation statement from Medicare. These can also be scanned and emailed to us. 

Alternatively, you can post the forms or deliver them to the school.





If your child is already enrolled for 2021, here is an online version of the Prep 2021 Information Sheet which was emailed out on September 18.


Other resources:

School Zones -

We may accept enrolments from outside the zone, depending on in-zone enrolment numbers. 

If you are outside our school zone, please call the school office to discuss the possibility of enrolment. Tel 03 9885 3624.

School Uniform
See more information here about purchasing school unform. 

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.