The videos below are for you and you child to watch to give you an idea of what school life is like at Albion Primary School. Please note the videos were made in 2020. While the videos may refer to starting school in 2021, they are helpful for whenever your child starts so you can get a better picture about what their days may look like at Albion. Many thanks to the Foundation teachers and students for their contribution in making and putting the vidoes together.






Please read the Department's Placement Policy


If you are not sure if Albion is your local school, please refer to the Find My School website. 


Download and print Albion Primary School's Enrolment Pack. You can also pick up a pack from school. Complete all of the forms in the pack and drop it off at school. You must also provide school with proof of birthdate with a birth certificate, passport or ImmiCard and

Immunisation History Statement certificate. The certificate must have the clause - ‘This child has received all vaccines required by 5 years of age.’ View some information and an example of the correct certificate. You can get the certificate from a MediCare office or online from the MyGov website (your MyGov account needs to be linked to MediCare).


The office staff will take a copy of documents if you cannot provide copies.


The Ready for School Checklist has lots of great ideas to help get you and your child ready for school. 


Everyday at Albion Primary School is an open day. Come and see the school during a real school day. Please ring on 9311 1325 to organise a tour at a mutually convenient time. (Please note that at this time, visitors to the school must be double vaccinated.)


An important part of enrolling is to ensure your child can participate in our K - Foundation (Prep) transition program that takes place in November. This program allows us to get to know your child and it helps us place students in classes. Only students who are enrolled can take part in the program. We would appreciate enrolments by the start of September in order to arrange the appropriate resources. You are still able to enrol after this time but your child may miss out on their involvement in the transition program.