Christ the King is a vibrant Catholic Learning Community where every child is known by name and respected as an individual.
Our School Mission Statement articulates the priority we place on our students within the provision of a happy, secure learning environment where ‘each child is educated within a vital partnership between parents, carers and teachers’.
Christ the King School was established in 1937 to provide quality primary school education to members of the local Catholic Parish.
Today, while the school maintains this priority, it is open to the provision of a quality education to any child whose family is supportive of the school’s mission, depending on the child’s specific needs and readiness and the availability of placements at the school, consistent with the criteria for enrolment outlined below. The final decision regarding an enrolment rests with the school principal.
Christ the King operates within the Corinda Graceville Catholic Parish and is administered through Brisbane Catholic Education. When enrolling their child at Christ the King School, parents will also follow the policies and procedures of Brisbane Catholic Education (see Enrolment of Children with Special Needs) and Queensland Government Regulations.
Please see the table below for further information about when your child is eligible for Prep.
If the number of children for whom places are being sought exceeds the number of places available, preference will be accorded in order of the following criteria:
Enrolment Forms ($50 enrolment fee applies). When an enrolment for Prep is offered an acceptance fee of $400 applies. This amount then comes off the first term fees in the following year when the child has begun Prep.
Enrolment Application - Notes Booklet - Electronic Version March 2014.pdf
Employee Suitability Declaration: Commission for Children and Young People and Child Guardian Act 2000
Anaphylaxisis Procedures and Guidelines