How to Enrol

Find out how to enrol into one of the best primary schools in Sydney. Sacred Heart Primary gives your child the best opportunity to develop academically and spiritually.


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Sacred Heart Mt Druitt

The procedure for enrolment at Sacred Heart Primary is as follows:

  • applications can be obtained from the school office
  • interviews are arranged with the school office
  • March–July interviews with parents and child, are held
  • parents and children, who are successful applicants, will attend an Orientation Meeting and a Transition Program in Term 4.

The following forms are required at the time of the parent/child interview:

  • Birth Certificate
  • Baptismal Certificate
  • Child’s current immunisation record.


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Choosing the right school for your child is an important decision.

We encourage parents to organise a time to tour our school, meet our staff and see our learning in action. There are also a number of organised events, such as Open Days, which will also help future parents to get a 'feel' for our school.

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Next Steps

Step 1:
Review the enrolment instructions
Before completing the Enrolment Application, read the Enrolment Instructions and Checklist for relevant supporting documents in the Enrolment Application Form.

Enrolment packages containing the Enrolment Instructions and Application Forms are also available from the school office. 
Step 2:
Enrolment Application
Complete and submit the following forms:
Parents/carers are welcome to come to the school to receive an enrolment package from the office staff. 

The completed Enrolment Application, together with all requested supporting documentation (Birth Certificate, Baptismal Certificate, a copy of the child’s current immunisation record & other documentation, if required), must be submitted, in person, to our school office. Please be aware that we are unable to accept or process incomplete applications and note that submitting an application does not guarantee automatic placement. 
Step 3:
Enrolment Interview
All students seeking enrolment are required to attend an interview. Once the Enrolment Application has been submitted, our Enrolment Officer will contact you to schedule an interview. The enrolling student and at least one parent/carer are required to attend the interview.

Our parish priest may also invite families to an interview
Step 4:
Enrolment Acceptance
We will advise the outcome of your application in writing shortly after the interview.

If you receive a Letter of Offer, you are required to return the Enrolment Acceptance Form and pay the $100 non-refundable Enrolment Deposit by the requested date to secure your position. This deposit contributes towards your first term school-based fees.

A quality Catholic education is affordable and accessible for every family!





Did you know we offer fee support
for Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander families?*

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Bishop Manning Support Fund

We offer full or part financial support for families for whom the cost of a Catholic education is out of reach.*

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High Needs Support Centres

Do you have a child with moderate intellectual disabilities who would benefit from an alternate platform for learning?

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* Conditions apply

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Important Notice


Parents of students with additional needs are encouraged to begin the enrolment process in advance of the normal enrolment period to allow for assessment of the support and adjustments required. Initial contact should be made with the Principal.

Parents are asked to provide copies of assessments or reports concerning learning needs.

It may be suggested that further assessments be undertaken by the school leadership team, or by staff from the Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta.

The enrolment process involves consultation and clarification of student needs. Available support and resources are investigated with parents, school personnel and Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta.

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