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  • Can I have a look around the school?
    You will need to call the school on 5442 1311 to make a time to see our Assistant Principal - Lara Pearce who can help you with this. She will sit with you and make sure your child is eligible to attend Kalianna and take you for a look around the school. Feel free to click on the 'School Tour' link, as this will also provide you with a good insight on what the school looks like.

  • What does Kalianna offer my child?
    We offer your child a safe environment for them to learn and grow among peers that are of a similar learning level. 

  • Do you offer after school care and school holiday program?
    In 2018, Kalianna was lucky enough to receive state government funds to provide students and families the opportunity to host an OSHC Program. This program is ran by Lifely. Please call Sally Bush on 5442 1311 if you require any further information regarding enrolment

  • Can my child catch a bus to school?
    Yes, you will need to fill out a bus travel form and speak to our bus co-ordinator to organise to have your child on a bus and to discuss a pick up and drop off times and location.

  • What do I need to buy my child for class?
    Nothing, all essential learning materials are provided.

  • Can my child attend Kalianna and another school? (Dual enrolment)
    Yes. This will need to be discussed during enrolment process at Kalianna, however this is something we can do.

  • What time does the bell go at Kalianna?
    At 8.50am school starts, lunch is at 11.30am, recess at 1.30pm and at 2.50pm students are dismissed. Those students who catch a bus or attend OSHC will begin at 3pm.

  • Do you offer a Breakfast program?
    Yes. From 8.30am everyday, we provide toast and fruit for students when they arrive to school.


  • Do you have a school canteen?
    Yes. This is an onsite canteen called 'The Caf'. It runs every day. Hot drinks are also available for families and students from 8.30am to 8.50am. Please refer to The Caf tab for further details. 

  • Do you offer any financial assistance?
    The Department provide CSEF (Camps, Sports, Excursion Fund) money to those who have health care cards. This is used for any camps, sports and excursions that your child may attend. SSR (State Schools Relief) can also help with providing some uniform, you will need to speak to our welfare co-ordinator to see if you are eligible.


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