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Narre Warren South P-12 College

Narre Warren South P-12 College aims to establish a learning environment where young people achieve their personal best in the pursuit of their education and to provide a broad range of educational experiences that support intellectual and social development.

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Year 6 to Year 7 Transition

Year 6 to Year 7 Transition information pack 2020 Guidance & Key Dates for parents and carers with Year 6 children at Government Schools.

Your primary school will inform you in August of your child's secondary placement.

We will be in contact with you via mail / email and advise the next stage of enrolment to our College. If you have applied for a Special Program you will also be advised of the outcome. Year 7 information packs will be sent to all future Year 7 students by mid-late November.

The DET statewide Orientation Day for all Year 7s is held on the second Tuesday of December.

Students who will be in Year 7 in 2021 2021 Year 7 & 8 Handbook

Students who will be in Year 7 in 2021 are invited to apply for one of our five Special Programs. Applications are now open and can be submitted via email by filling out the online form. All applications are due by 4pm Friday the 26th June. For further information about the application process please see 2021 Year 7 Special Programs

To apply for any of the special programs, please use this form 2021 Special Programs Application Form Please fill in, save and email to Dianne.Davies@education.vic.gov.au

Here are some commonly asked questions regarding Year 6-7 Transition Q & A - Year 6-7 Transition

More information for parents / carers on moving from primary school to secondary school, if you are a parent / carer of a student at a non-government school, or are currently home schooling your child, you can find more details on how to apply for Year 7 enrolment at our school at Moving from primary to secondary school: information for parents.

Respectful Relationship Program

Narre Warren South P-12 College is a Lead School in the State wide rollout of the Respectful Relationships program to combat Family Violence and Gender Inequity. We made the decision to apply to be a lead school, as we firmly believe in the principles of this program. We are a College that says no to domestic violence; indeed we are a College that says no to any violence. We are a College that promotes equality for all, no matter what gender, sexuality, identity, religion or creed. We have made the pledge and we ask the entire community to get behind us and start the conversation. Together, we will make the change.