How to apply.

We believe it is essential that the choice of a Montessori Education is an informed one. To that end, we encourage you to learn as much as possible about Montessori Education.

You can familiarise yourself with the Montessori philosophy on our website and we suggest that you also do your own independent research.

Glossary

Here are the usual steps parents take to enrol their child at The Montessori School Kingsley:

  1. Attend an Open House, a Classroom Observation and a Principal’s Tour (we also recommend that parents attend one of our Discussion Nights).
  2. Complete our online Application for an Interview and pay the $110 application fee.
  3. Schedule an interview with the Principal.

If you would like to book an Open House, a Classroom Observation, a Principal’s Tour, or a Discussion Night, please contact our School Office.

Application for an Interview

Pay Application Fee Online

Transitioning to The Montessori School Kingsley

Welcoming students from different education paths.

Students commence at our school at all stages of their academic journeys. Moving to a Montessori environment after attending a mainstream school or a different pedagogy such as Steiner or Waldorf will require a period of adjustment; and since every child is unique, the length of the transition will vary. However, we do find that students who transfer to our school settle in quite nicely.

Trials

For families wishing to transfer their child(ren) from other schools to our school, please note that we can offer trial days to ensure that we are the right fit for your child(ren) and for your family. Trials can happen after families have had an interview with the Principal,

Pre-Primary Enrolment

New Immunisation requirements for pre-kindergarten and kindergarten children:

Effective from 22 July 2019, changes to Public Health Act 2016 (WA) and the School Education Act 1999 (WA), means that persons in charge of child care services, community, kindergartens and schools have legal responsibilities in relation to the immunisation status of children.

The School is now required to enrol only children:

  • Whose AIR Immunisation History Statement is dated no more than two months old and is ‘up to date’
  • Who are following an approved catch – up schedule as indicated on the child’s AIR Immunisation History Form that is dated no more than six months old
  • Who have a valid immunisation certificate issued or declared by the Chief Health Officer

The above restrictions won’t apply if the child is exempt because of a particular family circumstance.

For further information see the fact sheet from the Department of Health (WA):

Dept. of Health (WA) – Starting child care or kindergarten: Parent Fact Sheet

Get answers to your questions.

If you have questions about enrolment or applying, or if you want to visit our school, please contact our friendly team.