Bromley School is zoned. All students who live within the home zone described below and/or shown on the attached map shall be entitled to enrol at the school.

Addresses on both sides of boundary roads are included unless otherwise stated.

From the Intersection of Butterfield Ave and Hay Street, South on Hay Street to Linwood Avenue, South east on Linwood Avenue (north side only) to Dyers Road (SH 74), North on Dyers Road (SH 74) to Ruru Road (including Metro Place), North west on Ruru Road to intersection with Maces Road (including Taurus Place, Cuthberts Road to number 35, and Senior Place), South on Maces Road to Ruru Road, West on Ruru Road to Cypress Street, North on Cypress Street to Rudds Road, East on Rudds Road to Kearneys Road, North on Kearneys Road to Pages Road (including Daniela Lane and Mecca Place), South west on Pages Road (south side only) to Buckleys Road, South west on Buckleys Road to Butterfield Avenue, South east on Butterfield Avenue to Hay Street.

Proof of residence within the home zone will be required. 

Cohort Entry and Transitioning to Bromley School

At Bromley School children start school in small groups after they have turned 5 at two entry points, one at the start of each term and one mid term. They will be offered at least four dates for visits into class to ensure a smooth transition to school from preschool. 

2020 Cohort Entry dates

Term 3
Week 1 20th July
Week 6 24th August

Term 4
Week 1 12th October
Week 6 16 November

Enrolment Process

To complete our enrolment process please fill out the enrolment form. These can be downloaded online or hard copies are available at the school office.

Once the form has been completed and dropped off to the school office, our Principal Scot Kinley will be touch to organise a time to meet with you and your child. The classroom teachers will then get in touch to organise at least four transition visits before their start date.
(Please complete the enrolment form at least 6 weeks prior to your child starting school so that we have their information and their transition can be as smooth as possible, thanks)