Elisabeth Murdoch College

Transition

Transition Dates Year 6 to 7 2022

Important dates for students going from year 6 to 7 for 2021-2022 are in the table below.  

Please note that you cannot enrol a grade six student through the secondary school. Forms are distributed and collected by your primary school. The state-wide placement timeline stipulates that secondary schools do not distribute copies of the Application for Year 7 Placement form.

Date

Activity

Friday 14th May

Parents/Carers return Application for Year 7 Placement forms to primary schools by this date. Primary Schools are responsible for checking that the form is accurate and complete and that the parent’s/carer’s preferences are clear.

Wednesday 4th August

Primary schools notify parents/carers of year six students of placement offers, in writing.

Monday 9th August

Specialist Programs Applications open online

Application process and requirements for the programs to be communicated to families mid-term two.

Wednesday 18th August

Specialist Program Applications close


Out of Zone Families

Elisabeth Murdoch College follows the Department of Education’s placement guidelines when placing students at the College in Year 7. If your primary place of residence falls outside the designated zone for our College, we ask that you write a letter addressed to our Principal stating the reasons you would like your child to attend Elisabeth Murdoch College. Please attach this to your application that is returned to your primary school.  We ask that this isNOTforwarded to the College separately.

Siblings

If your primary place of residence falls outside of our designated zone and your Grade 6 student has a sibling who is already enrolled at the College and will also be attending in 2022, we ask that this is also included in your out of zone application letter and noted on the transition form. (Please provide the full name ​and year level of the sibling attending Elisabeth Murdoch College).

The Department provides guidance through the School Placement Policy to ensure that students have access to their designated neighbourhood school and the freedom to choose other schools, subject to facility limitations.