Enrolments to our school can be made at the school office during office hours. All student information is confidential.
Children who are to be admitted to school must have their fifth birthday on or before April 30th of the year of admission. An Immunisation Certificate, which can be obtained from the Australian Childhood Immunisation Register (ACIR) Telephone - 1800 653 809 or your GP and a Birth Certificate, must be presented at time of enrolment. For detailed information about the school entry immunisation click here.
An Enrolment Form can be requested from the school office or downloaded by clicking here.
Go to the Transition page for information about making the transition from Kindergarten to School.
Kossie has a compulsory school uniform, which is neat, comfortable and cost effective.The Kosciuszko Street Primary School logo (available from the office) will need to be purchased for all tops. School uniform must be worn for all school activities.
The Uniform Shop is located in the storage room of the Multi-Purpose School Hall. New and second hand items are available through the School Uniform Shop.
Approved uniform items can also be purchased from local traders such as Beleza Uniforms, Traralgon.
Uniform Order Forms are sent home with the newsletter, several times a year. Order forms can also be downloaded here.
For more detailed information about School Uniform please refer to the School Uniform section of the Information Booklet.
Students are encouraged to bring fruit to school. Time is allotted for students to eat their fruit to give them a sensory break and improve their concentration. Classrooms receive free fruit every Friday.
Lunch orders are to be written on the outside of an envelope with the child’s name and room number clearly marked. Money is to be put inside the envelope. Lunch orders should be placed in the container at the front office before 9.00am.
The Kosciuszko Street Primary School Council approves all school charges and voluntary contributions. In doing so, the School Council endeavours to keep all financial requests to a very reasonable level.
Student Banking is available through the school and banks books and money can be deposited in the slot near the office. If you have not participated in student baking before but would like to start, please call into the office to pick up an information pack and application form.
Starting school is a big step and can be both challenging and exciting for parents as well as their child. You can make a difference by supporting what your child learns at school and helping them to learn at home.
The Victorian DET (Department of Education and Training) have produced a booklet called The 201 Literacy and Maths Tips which provides handy hints and ways you can help your child develop literacy and maths skills. It provides practical activities for you do with your child at home and questions you can ask your child to help them learn.
The Department of Education and Training Victoria has produced a free App called SchoolMate that provides a wealth of information for parents about what the curriculum covers at each year level from Foundation to Year 10 and suggests activities and reading that you can do at home to support your child's learning.