Prep 2022 Enrolments

Information For Prep 2022


At Yarra Junction Primary School we welcome new enrolments throughout the year and across all grades.

Choosing a school for your son or daughter can be a confusing process. At Yarra Junction Primary School we understand that for families to make a decison that is the right fit, that they will want to see the learning spaces and specialists classes on offer at our school. This is why we understand that a guided tour is the best way for families to see our school in action. A personal guided tour can be a great way for families to see classes as they are happening, as well as provide an opportunity to ask questions and receive information in context as they walk around each learning area.

The three main way to find out what YJPS has to offer your child:


1.    By booking a personalised school tour with our Principal, Lisa Rankin

Email the office at to make a booking.


2.    By attending our Prep Virtual Information Night via Webex

Our Prep Virtual Information Session will be held on Tuesday 11th May at 6.00pm

Meet the Principal Lisa Rankin, and other key members of the Yarra Junction Primary School community, and hear about the programs and facilities on offer. 


Click here to attend. 


3.    By attending our Jump into Junction Prep Transition Sessions

Amazing Art Wednesday 20th October 1:45pm - 3:20pm
Sprint into Sport Wednesday 3rd November 1:45pm - 3:20pm
Marvellous Music Wednesday 17th November 1:45pm - 3:20pm
Buddy Bears Picnic Tuesday 7th December 9:00am - 11:30am




Jump into Junction 2022






YJPS enrolment Form
















Enrolment Form PDF

Prep Handbook 2020

Information Booklet 2021

YJPS Flier 2022



School Uniform
See more information here about purchasing school unform. 


Please note that as of 28 February 2018, an Immunisation History Statement from the Australian Immunisation Register will be the only form of documentation accepted as proof of a child's immunisation status.
Without a statement showing completed immunisation, your child will not be able to be enrolled in school.
Documents provided by GPs or other immunisation providers will no longer be sufficient as a form of evidence.
Medicare will usually automatically send you an Immunisation History Statement when your child turns 5.