Thank you for your interest in Chelsea Primary School.


School tours are conducted by the Principal on a weekly basis and individual tours are also available on request. Please contact the school office on 9773 2055 to make an appointment.


Term 1 
Wednesday 20th February 9.30am
Wednesday 6th March 9.30am
Wednesday 20th March 9.30am
Wednesday 3rd April 9.30am

Term 2 
Wednesday 8th May 9.30am
Thursday 30th May 4.00pm
Wednesday 12th June 9.30am
Wednesday 26th June 9.30am

Term 3
Wednesday 25th July 9.30am
Wednesday 7th August 9.30am
Wednesday 21st August 9.30am
Wednesday 11th September 9.30am

Term 4 
Wednesday 16th October 9.30am
Thursday 31st October 4.00pm


Welcome to Chelsea Information Book

Please finalise enrolments as soon as possible as scheduling of Chelsea Primary Schools’ Transition and EYE (Early Years Evaluation) will commence in early term 4 of 2019.

PREP TRANSITION AND EYE (Early Years Evaluation)
Chelsea Primary School offers a positive transition to school. Children develop skills as they grow and learn that are building blocks for their future learning.

At Chelsea Primary School we conduct an Early Years Evaluation, which is a direct assessment that is administered individually with pre-Prep children. It is part of the important partnership between parents and the school, providing information to encourage a positive transition.

The evaluation enables us to assess developmental strengths and readiness for learning at school and to identify any areas where children may benefit from additional learning experiences. Results assist us with the monitoring of learning gains during the first years of school. Parents receive a full report of their child’s results.

EYE stands for Early Years Evaluation, a program that has been used by educators around the world to assess a child’s readiness for reading, and to provide both teachers and parents with empirical evidence about a child’s preparedness for reading.

Learning to read is a critical challenge in the early years of primary school (F-Grade 3).  Children must learn to read before they can read to learn. The necessary reading skills are many years in the making, starting well and truly before a child starts school.

Readiness for School Transition Sessions

Introduction to Prep: School Readiness
Parent Session: Thursday 23rd May 6.00pm to 7.00pm

Curriculum Information Night:
Session for Parents Thursday 5th September 6.00pm to 7.00pm
Evidence Based Instruction:
  • Response to Intervention (RTI model for Curriculum and Wellbeing)
  • Whole School Explicit Teaching Instructional Model
  • Literacy Instruction Overview, MSL (Multi-Sensory Structured Language) Systematic Synthetic Phonics
  • Numeracy Instruction Explicit Teaching

Welfare / Wellbeing Information Night
Session for Parents Thursday 17th October 6.00p to 7.00pm
Evidence Based Instruction:
  • Response to Intervention (Wellbeing 3 tier system)
  • Zones for regulation
  • Wellbeing Officer
EYE (Early Years Evulation)
Individual Student Assessment - schedule appointment in October / November

Step into Prep Program
We have Step into Prep Program over a period of weeks to support you and your child to have a smooth and happy transition into school in 2020.
Step into Prep Program One - Friday 22nd November
Step into Prep Program Two - Friday 29th November
Step into Prep Program Three - Friday 6th December
Step into Prep Program Four - Tuesday 10th December

Eduation week
OPEN DAY FRIDAY 24TH MAY 9.00am TO 3.30pm with open classrooms.

Transition Co-ordination
- Trudi Braysmith


To enrol for Chelsea Primary, you will need to complete an enrolment form, and attach the relevant information as listed below. The enrolment form cannot be processed until all the documentation is provided:


Student Enrolment Form

Allergic Reactions Action Plan

Asthma Action Plan

Action Plan Anaphylaxis EpiPen

Action Plan Anaphylaxis Anapen


What you need to include with your enrolment form:

  • Copy Birth Certificate/Passport
  • Copy Immisation certificate
  • Copy Visa (if applicable)
  • Medical Action plans (if applicable)

Immunisation Information

All students enrolling at Chelsea Primary are required to have a School entry immunisation certificate. This enables accurate information in the event of a communicable disease outbreak. The certificate shows the immunisation status of the student. It is a legal requirement for parents/guardians to provide this certificate with enrolment.


School entry immunisation certifcates can be obtained from:

The Australian Childhhod Immunisation Register (ACIR) – 1800 653 809 or email acir@medicareaustralia.gov.au

For further information please visit – http://www.health.vic.gov.au/immunisation/

The Department has release a new website that helps parents identify their local public school online.
Findmyschool.vic.gov.au launched on 24th April 2019 and shows every school zone across the state. The new website highlights the choice of public schools available to the Victorian community.
If your child is preparing to enter Prep to Year 6 and want to know more about the public primary school options in our area, or you know someone is interested in enrolling at our school, try www.findmyschool.vic.gov.au today.

If you have a question about the website, contact the Victorian School building Authority Hotline on 1800 896 950 or email vsba@edumail.vic.gov.au.