School enrolments 2023

In Western Australia, children can start their education in Kindergarten, however compulsory schooling starts the following year in Pre-primary.

Who needs to enrol?

You need to apply to enrol your children at school for 2023 if they are:

  • starting Kindergarten – 4 years old by 30 June 2023
  • starting Pre-primary, the first year of compulsory school – 5 years old by 30 June 2023
  • starting Year 7, the first year of secondary school
  • changing schools.

All children of compulsory school age must be enrolled at school and attend every day – this is the law. All children must attend school up until they are 16 years old. Sixteen and 17-year-olds must be enrolled at school or a training organisation, be employed or be in a combination of school/training/employment.

Every child from Pre-primary to Year 12 is guaranteed a place at their local public school. Places in Kindergarten may be limited at your local school, so we encourage you to apply now. 

Applications can be made by completing the below form and returning it to the school with the required supporting documents either by email or handing the form to the school office.  The office hours are Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays and school holidays) 8am to 4pm.

Application For Enrolment – Maddington PS

For further information please contact the school on 9205 5900 or via email 

























For further information please proceed using the following link to enrol.

Parenting Programs







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IFSS Term One 2023 Program

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Communicare will be presenting Keeping Kids in Mind and Parenting after Stressful Events this Term. 

Keeping Kids in Mind is for parents experiencing conflict after Separation.

 Parents love their children and want the best for them. However, after separation, parenting often gets much tougher.

 Keeping Kids in Mind is a 5-week course designed to:

·                  assist parents to see through their children’s eyes the experience of parental separation.

·                  develop greater understanding about how to support children following family separation

 The course covers the following topics:

·                  Grief and Loss after Separation

·                  The Hidden World of Children

·                  Rebuilding Resilience

·                  Bridging the Gap

·                  Looking Back and Moving Forward

  Parenting after Stressful Events is for parents of children who are experiencing trauma from a stressful event such as loss, separation – divorce, illness, family domestic violence, accident or natural disaster, relocation, abandonment.

All children need homes that are safe and full of love, especially children who have experienced a stressful event in their life. Early hurtful experiences can cause children to react and behave in unusual ways. This workshop will help inform and guide parents to better understand the effects that a stressful event/s may have on a child and give helpful ways to support their child.