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Parent Handbook

Transport Assistance Handbook

Application Procees

School Uniform

Dress Code

Uniform Price List

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

enrolment
prep enrolment

Please visit our school and discuss your child’s need and why you think they may be eligible to attend.


A child with special or additional needs entering a Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (DEECD) school may be eligible for additional funding to provide additional assistance through the Program for Students with Disabilities (PSD). This applies to mainstream schools and special settings.

The application process can be quite lengthy and includes collection of information about the child including assessments and reports addressing the area of need.  It is important this this process is started as soon as possible with the school.

Once a child is funded through Program for Students with Disabilities (PSD), the funding will move with them if they transfer to another Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (DEECD) school.

 



Application Process for Enrolling at Prep Level

Visit the school and discuss your child’s need and why you think they may be eligible to attend the school. At this time we will collect information regarding your child to start the process. Paperwork will be provided by Lewis & Lewis and is to be completed by:

 

You will be asked to bring in any information you have regarding your child to show they have had a history of issues. This is important to support your application. We will ask for current (within 12 months of when the application is submitted) assessment reports in your child’s area of need. This often includes:

 

A letter of diagnosis from a paediatrician is required. Where a child does not have a diagnosis a paediatrician will be able to explain the challenges your child faces and their needs.

A Student Support Group Meeting (SSG) will be held to discuss your child’s needs and to complete an Educational Needs Questionnaire (ENQ). We will be notified of the outcome of the application and whether your child is eligible to attend Sale Specialist School. 

Please contact the school for further information about transition on 03 5244 5644 or email ussale.district.ss@edumail.vic.gov.au

Download Early, Middle & Later Years Brochures

Click on a link below to download the brochures that provide comprehensive information about our programs for:

The Early Years

The Middle Years

The Later Years

School Uniform Requirements

Click here for Uniform Item Price List

Click here to read our School Dress Code

The school recognises that there needs to be a degree of flexibility within our uniform to cater for individual needs and ages of students. The following uniform requirements apply:

Footwear

Black shoes, black boots or plain black runners
Black sandals can be worn with the summer uniform

*Footwear needs to be comfortable and applicable to the student’s needs and the daily school programs. Socks must be worn at all times and thongs are not to be worn to schoool.

Summer Clothing

Girls 

Blue and white checked dress with a white collar (no belt) – available from Target/ Big W

Boys and Girls

Navy blue shorts (long legged) – available Target/Big W
Short sleeve Green polo shirt with logo – available from JSM
Polar fleece ½ zip jumper with logo - available from JSM

Winter Clothing

Boys and Girls

Navy blue long legged pants – tracksuit, gaberdine, drill pants are all acceptable as are plain navy denim jeans. Pants need to suit the personal requirements of the student and fit the student’s body shape - available widely from many stores .

Long sleeve navy polo shirt with logo – available from JSM
A red or white skivvy may be worn under the long sleeved shirt if needed
Polar fleece ½ zip jumper with logo - available from JSM

Go to the JSM website

Sun Hats

Navy blue broad brimmed or bucket hats are a compulsory part of our school uniform in Terms 1 and 4.
Children will not be permitted to attend excursions or out-of-school activities unless they are in full uniform.

*JSM is located at 73 Macarthur Street Sale.