Children starting school for the first time can start school on their 5th birthday, or any school day afterwards. Legally children must be enrolled at school by age 6 years.

If you are interested in knowing more about Cashmere Avenue School, we are holding a Beginning School Information Session at 9am on Thursday 29 February.  Linda, our New Entrant Coordinator talks about the transition to school and what to expect.  This is followed by a tour of the School from our student councillors.  

Out-of-Zone Enrolments

The board has determined there are places available in 2024 for New Entrant  Out-of-Zone students. The deadline for applications for Term 3 and Term 4 2024 Out-of-Zone places is 5pm, Friday 5 April 2024.

For more information on Out-of-Zone enrolments please click here

Students who live in the home zone are entitled to enrol at the school.

Pre Enrolment

If you are considering your child attending Cashmere Avenue School, or you would like further information please fill out our online form:

Pre Enrolment Form

This does not commit you to attending the school but will help us to contact you, guide you through enrolment requirements and provide you information that you may need.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Is there an enrolment zone?
Yes. At this time we are only able to take enrolments from students who will be living in the school zone when they start at our school. We accept pre enrolments throughout the year from new students who live or are considering moving into our school home zone
When can my child start school?
Children starting school for the first time can start school on their 5th birthday, or any school day afterwards. Legally children must be enrolled at school by age 6 years.
Children transferring from other schools can start school as soon as they are living in the school zone. If a family has shifted from another area or arrived after a period of travelling, parents may reasonably choose for their child to have a few days off between schools. If a child is transferring from a nearby school, parents will often choose to start their child at the beginning of a term. In all cases we are happy to work with you to support a positive transition for your child.
Can I visit the school?
Yes, we'd love you to! We have some very keen student councillors who love showing people around the school, sharing their views and experiences. Our friendly office staff can help you out with your queries, and our principal would be happy to meet you. If possible, it is best to contact the school to arrange a suitable time.
Can my child have 'school visits'?
For students starting school for the first time, we like them to have school visits before they start school. Most students have two visits, and these are usually on Friday mornings from 9.30-11.00am. For children who will be starting school in the first few weeks of the school year we have one longer school visit at the end of the year.  If you are pre-enrolled (see form above), you will be sent an invite in the month before the visits are scheduled.  
For students transferring from other schools we are happy to arrange a visit, mornings are best and can be scheduled before they start school. 
Sometimes a child may have special needs.  If this is the case, please let us know as soon as possible as we may need to work with preschools and other supporting agencies to make a transition plan that best suits them.  We will also need to know so we can have programmes in place to best support their learning.
For further information or queries regarding enrolments please phone or email