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Enrolment & Transition

Transition - Kinder to Prep

Thank you for your interest in Beaumaris North Primary School. In line with the current Covid-19 restrictions, we regret to advise that our Open Mornings, Information Evening and Enrolment Interviews will not be going ahead as planned.

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In the absence of a personal tour at this time, we invite you to VIEW THE VIDEO BELOW and CLICK/TAP HERE for an overview of our wonderful school. Our School Newsletters will also give you a good feel for our school!

Please CLICK/TAP HERE to register your details if you would like to commence the enrolment process and we will be in touch soon.

Transition Dates

2021 Prep Transition Datessubject to change
Starting Prep (2021)

Communication with Kindergartens

Transition to school for new Prep students is supported by the whole school community. Members of the Prep Transition Committee communicate closely with the local feeder kindergartens and childcare agencies and ensure all Transition Statements are obtained and passed on to the relevant teachers. This communication ensures that relevant information is exchanged to maximise student readiness and facilitates the placement of Prep students into classes. At the end of the school year, members from the Prep Transition Committee visit local kindergartens to discuss the individual needs for all enrolled students.

Buddy Program

A buddy system is in place to assist the new Prep students to settle into the school routine in a caring and supportive way. The children are introduced to their Year 5 buddies during Transition activities in Term 4. The buddies are available during the first few weeks of Term 1 to assist the Preps with finding friends to play with and generally providing support. They continue this friendship throughout the year and participate in a number of designated ‘buddy’ activities.

New Prep parents are also assigned a buddy (an existing BNPS parent with a child starting in Prep) to make new parents feel supported and welcome. 

Designated Play Area

Prep students are supervised closely in a designated play area at both recess and lunch. This creates a safe, caring and supportive environment for the Preps as they become familiar with new school routines.

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