Bundalaguah Primary School
Every day is open day at Bundy. Bundalaguah Primary School offers a small, nurturing environment and we welcome visitors to come and have a look for themselves.
Give the office a call on 5147 1110 to book it in.
Information on how to find, enrol, and start a child in your care at a school in Victoria is available on the Victorian government website.
To enrol your child at our school:
- download and complete the enrolment form.
- collate the required documents outlined below
- return the completed form, along with the required documents, in person or via email to email@example.com
Required documentation includes:
- Completed enrolment form
- Evidence of identity and date of birth (for example, a birth certificateor passport)
- Immunisation Status Certificate
You will also be required to provide information about:
- your contact details
- emergency contact details
- health information about your child (such as allergies or illnesses they need to manage)
- other legal orders relating to your child and their welfare (if any)
Our school zone is available on findmyschool.vic.gov.au which hosts the most up-to-date information about Victorian school zones.
Students residing in our school zone are guaranteed a place at our school, which is determined on the basis of your permanent residential address. Our school also has additional capacity available to welcome students who are outside of our school zone.
The Department provides guidance through the Enrolment: Placement Policy to ensure that students have access to their designated neighbourhood school and the freedom to choose other schools, subject to facility limitations.
You can find more information and answers to frequently asked questions on the Department’s website under School zones.
For more information
Under the Department of Education and Training’s Parent Payments Policy, Victorian government schools are required to provide transparent information to their school community on voluntary parent/carer contributions.
Bundalaguah Primary School does not request any payments or contributions, and all services are provided at no cost to parents/carers.
Kinder to Foundation (Prep)
Children that reach the age of five on or before April 30th may begin school in January of that year.
We personalise a transition program for your child to ensure the move from Kinder to School is as smooth as possible. We encourage connections between the school and our local kinders, with students visiting kinders and we invite kinders to come and try sessions at Bundy.
We also have scheduled transition sessions in term 4 for students this allows students to become more familiar with the new environment and begins their schooling positively.
In the beginning of Term 1, Foundation students have a rest day on Wednesday, this gives them the opportunity to have a break and process all the new information and experiences they are adapting to.
Enrolment forms are available here
After enrolment Foundation students receive a welcome including uniform, buddy bear, book bag and hat, setting them up for move.
Transition Grade 6 to Secondary School
Students from Bundalaguah Primary school are part of the program for both Sale College and Maffra Secondary College. This gives student the opportunity to experience secondary school over a number of transitions sessions from grade five onwards, building their confidence and increasing their chances for a smooth transition to secondary school.
We have a close relationship with all the secondary school in the area to ensure no matter which school you select, Government, Catholic or Independent, we are able to support the transition.
The Bundalaguah Primary School uniform is compulsory, it was designed with student input and is comfortable for both learning and active times.
Uniform is available on order from the office.
We ask all clothing items are named clearly.
Food at BUNDY
Breakfast Club: Bundalaguah Primary School runs breakfast club each morning from 8:30-8:45.
Students need to bring fruit for brainfood, a snack for recess and lunch. Water bottles are recommended. Please label all items
Victorian Child Health Program
The Health Department offers children a health assessment in their first year at school, and also a referral and follow-up service for children at all levels. Referrals for this service can be made by teachers or parents who have particular concerns.