Enrolling Your Child




Term Dates & Times

Term Dates – 2023

Term 1
Friday 27th January – Teachers commence school – Student Free
Monday 30th January – Curriculum Day – Student Free
Tuesday 31st January – Foundation – Y6 students start school

Term 1 Finishes
Thursday 6th April

Term 2
Monday 24th April – Friday 23rd June

Term 3
Monday 10th July – Friday 15th September

Term 4
Monday 2nd October – Wednesday 20th December

School Times

Yard supervision commences

Music and Bell

School commences


Yard supervision ceases
3:40pm Children who have not been
picked up are directed to the office.

Book Packs & School Contributions


Getting to School

The safety of our children must be our foremost concern when we travel to and park near Keilor Heights Primary School, so please take extra care and vigilantly observe all the parking signs and speed regulations within the school vicinity.
Keilor Heights Primary School is bordered by Clarkes Road, Henry St, Ronald Grove and Shelley St.

Pedestrian Crossings

Pedestrian crossings on Clarks Road and Ronald Grove are manned by City of Moonee Valley employees from 8.45 – 9.00 am and 3.10 – 3.40 pm every school day. These are the safest places to cross these roads. Keilor Heights Primary School families should seek out these pedestrian crossings:

  • in front of the school on Ronald Grove
  • the rear perimeter of the school on Clarks Road, almost directly opposite Wyong St.

Driving & Parking

Parking is available along the perimeter of the school on Shelley St, and parts of Ronald Grove, Clarks Road and Henry St. The Staff Carpark is unavailable to the public/parents between 7am to 4.30pm. Parking is regulated according to the City of Moonee Valley Council Regulations. There are many parking restrictions around the school. Please read the street signs carefully. The school is often patrolled by parking inspectors and law enforcement.

2 Minute drop off Zone

Both Ronald Grove and Clarks Road have a 2-minute parking zone to pick up and drop off your child. We ask that parents do not leave their cars in this zone.

Riding Bicycles or Scooters

Students who ride scooters to school must wear an approved safety helmet. Scooters are stored in classrooms. Students may ride bicycles to school if they have parent/guardian permission. Bicycles must not be ridden in the school ground. All bicycles must have a lock. Bicycles are stored near the entry to the Gym. 





Big Childcare

The Out of Hours School Care Program is organised and run by Big Child Care. Appointed supervisors/assistants conduct this at school from 6:45am-9:00am and 3:25pm-6:30pm each school day. Enrolment must be completed if you wish for your child to access this facility on a regular or casual basis and charges apply.

For more information visit or email

BYOD Program

BYOD Blurb – to be supplied.






At Keilor Heights Primary School our colours are Green and Yellow.

Our school emblem is emblazoned across the front of our uniform to remind students and staff to always aim for excellence.

We outsource our uniform shop to Lowes which can be located at Westfield Airport West, Shop 134/135, 29-35 Louis Street, VIC 3042. Alternatively, you can call them on (03) 9330 1943.

We also have some fantastic beanies for sale for the cooler months which can be bought through the office.

You can download the current uniform price list here.