**If you have just moved to the area and / or are looking to enrol your child over the Christmas holiday period, please download and complete the Enrolment Form below and email to email@example.com. Staff will be back onsite from the 18th January and will be in touch then**
Tewantin State School services all areas, including both coastal and hinterland families as we are not catchment managed. Tewantin State School welcomes families from our immediate community of Tewantin, Cooroibah, Cootharaba, Doonan and Noosaville, as well as familes from further afield including Noosa, Sunrise and Sunshine Beaches. .
If you are considering enrolling your child or children with us, please contact the school office on (07) 5335 8888 to book a school tour and enrolment interview.
1. Read and complete the enrolment documents found below. You will be required to complete one form for each enrolling student.
These documents can also be collected from the TSS office if you are unable to print them.
Enrolment complete CURRENT 2020.pdf
2. Enrolment Interview.
Before commencing at Tewantin State School you will be required to attend an enrolment interview with a Deputy Principal.
Please contact the Tewantin State School Office on (07) 5335 8888 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book an appointment.
3. Supporting Documents:
You will be required to bring the following documents to the enrolment interview:
- The applicant's Birth Certificate.
- A current Passport and/or Visa if applicable.
- If your child's previous school is NOT a Queensland school, it is helpful to bring your child's most recent report cards or NAPLAN results.
If your child needs extra support, please notify the office staff when booking your appointment, we can then ensure the Head of Differentiated Curriculum attend the interview to support your Child.
A parent is directly responsible for providing the student with textbooks and other resources for a student’s use while attending school.
As a service to assist parents with the cost of these educational resources, the school may choose to operate a student resource scheme (the scheme).
The purpose of the scheme is to provide the parent with a cost effective alternative to purchasing textbooks, resources, consumables and/or materials from elsewhere, through reduced prices gained from the school’s bulk purchasing processes.