Join our friendly school community!
If you live in the Bli Bli State School catchment you are always welcome to enrol. At Bli Bli State School there is no waitlist or expression of interest for families that live in our catchment.
Enrolment packs for 2022 will be available from the 6th October for collection from the school office. A supply of Enrolment packs have been supplied to our neighbouring Kindy's. For 2022 enrolments we encourage you to join an upcoming Principal's tour.
Please follow these simple steps to apply for enrolment in Prep in 2022 at Bli Bli State School:
Join us on a Principal's tour or for Playgroup.
Submit the enrolment forms.
Come along to the orientation and transition program in Term Four.
Please note that from May 2018, Bli Bli State School's Enrolment Management Plan requires parents or legal guardians who wish to enrol their child at Bli Bli to demonstrate that the student's principal place of residence is within the school's catchment area.
Check your address to see if you live within the catchment area for Bli Bli State School. Use the enrolment process (PDF, 254KB) to assist your application.
Out of Catchment applications for Prep 2021
Families living outside of our catchment area are welcome to
apply for enrolment at Bli Bli State School for Prep in 2022.
We ask that you submit an Expression of Interest (PDF, 336KB) to the office
(in person or via email) to register your intention to enrol.
It is recommended that you also book your child’s spot in
the Prep Orientation and Transition program (see below) at this time.
Students who attend our Orientation and Transition program
will have fulfilled a major component of enrolment at our school, and these
applications will be prioritised.
1. Discover our unique school
A. Principal’s tour
Come along to a regular Principal’s Tour and learn more about our school including our mission and values, and the variety of academic, cultural, sporting and social opportunities that will challenge, stimulate and excite your children.
Book your spot today by contacting the administration team or book your spot online.
B. Buzzy Bees playgroup
Our school-based playgroup is a great way to discover our unique school community early. Younger siblings of our enrolled students or children from our community aged 12 months to school age are welcome to join our Playgroup Queensland registered playgroup – Bli Bli Buzzy Bees. Hosted by school staff, our playgroup runs every Tuesday and Thursday of the school term, from 9am to 10.30am. Our Buzzy Bees Playgroup flyer (PDF, 195KB) provides more information.
2. Complete the written application process
Download and complete the following forms:
(This includes our student enrolment form, enrolment agreement, student media consent form, and ICT agreement)
(This is also available from the office.)
Separate application forms must be completed for each enrolling child. Please submit these to the office (via email or in person) prior to the transition program commencing.
3. Attend the Orientation and Transition Program
A. Orientation Program
In October, all pre-prep children will attend two mornings across two weeks, learning and playing in a Prep classroom with a Prep teacher. During this time all parents and carers will meet with key school leaders to discover important information about starting school at Bli Bli State School and to participate in question and answer sessions.
Orientation Mornings run across two weeks in late October, early November. Your child will attend two (2) mornings within these weeks.
Book your spot today by contacting the administration team or book online.
B. Transition interview
In November, all parents and carers will attend a transition interview with a school leader. The purpose of this interview is to ensure a smooth transition for your child. We will discuss the details of your enrolment application, including the Prep Parent Questionnaire and answer any questions that you may have.
You and your child are asked to attend the interview and to bring the following items:
Each child’s birth certificate.
Current passport and visa for any child born overseas.
Each child’s transition report from their kindergarten program.
Relevant doctor or specialist reports.
Evidence that your principal place of residence is within the school's catchment area.