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Students are taught in 3 composite classes at Blenheim State School. We have a combined Prep/1/2 class, a Year 2/3/4 class; and a Year 4/5/6 class. The total number of students enrolled at Blenheim State School is 64 at present. Please refer to the Annual school report for a detailed breakdown of student numbers in each grade and by gender.

We believe that our students benefit from mixed classes as the interaction with a student dynamic of varying ages better reflects real world socialisation. Students support and encourage one another and we are very proud of the way older students mentor and support younger ones, both inside and outside the classroom.

Enrolment documents are available to download from this website via the Support and resources tab; and alternatively can be posted or emailed out to you. We take enrolments throughout the year. 

Should you wish to make an appointment to meet with our Acting Principal Mrs Nicole Halstead and other teachers to discuss your child's possible enrolment at Blenheim, or would simply like to visit the school to view our facilities, please don't hesitate to contact the school's office.

Enrolment packs are always available for collection from the school's office.

Blenheim State School Enrolment Process

Step 1 - initial enrolment enquiry

Contact us to enquire about enrolling at our school and to arrange an enrolment pack to be collected by or posted out / emailed to you. 

Step 2 - please read ALL of the material provided

To find out more about our school please read all the information provided in our Enrolment pack, if you have any questions relating to any of the information, these questions can be answered during our enrolment interview if not before.

Step 3 - arranging an interview

The parents/ caregivers of a prospective student are to contact the school to arrange an enrolment interview. When your enrolment is accepted an interview time will be arranged with you.

Step 4 - the interview

Please make sure you bring the following documents with you and your student to the interview:

  • the completed enrolment forms
  • birth certificate for your student/s 
  • previous school’s information and current report card.


If all documentation is adequate, at the interview, the Principal will:

  • discuss the school Code of Responsible Behaviour Policy
  • explain the internet, chaplaincy and media release forms
  • check enrolment details and student needs (medical, personal, learning)
  • take the family on a quick tour of the school, classrooms, library and playgrounds.

The date of your child’s first day at Blenheim State School will be discussed and timetabled by the Principal. This may be the next school day or when our school has been contacted by your child’s previous school or any other agencies involved in the care of the child. It is expected that students will attend their first day at our school wearing the Blenheim State School uniform. A time to meet with the uniform shop coordinator will be arranged at the interview.