The enrolment process
is easy and straight forward.
Enjoy exploring this website (and our Facebook page) to catch a glimpse of life at RJ. We understand this is an important decision for your family (both emotionally and financially) and would be delighted to answer your questions.
Whilst you are always welcome to speak with our Registrar, Mrs Trudy Tildsley, we usually host Open Days once a Term. Our Open Days provide an opportunity for you to meet with the Principal, the respective Heads of Junior and Senior School and to have a comprehensive tour of the facilities. You may also like to view our Prospectus.
If you are not able to attend one of our Open Days, we can also provide you with a personal tour with our Registrar or Head of Enterprise & Culture.
If you are considering Kindergarten, please note that children can commence Kindergarten at the beginning of the school year if they reach the age of 5 on or before 31 March that year.
HAVE YOU ALREADY DECIDED
TO ENROL YOUR CHILD/REN?
Wonderful! We’re excited for you. Please act promptly (at least a year before your child starts Kindergarten or Year 7) to avoid disappointment! (Please note our Kindergarten cut-off age is 31 March.)
2024 Availability - Limited opportunities are currently available. An Applications Pool (waiting list) exists for most other grades. Enrolment Applications may still be submitted.
2025 Availability - Enrolment Applications are welcome for Kindergarten, Year 7 and 11. There is limited availability in other grades.
Follow our 7 easy steps to add your family to the pool of applications for consideration when vacancies emerge, understanding that submitting an Application doesn't automatically result in an interview, and an interview doesn't automatically result in an Offer of Enrolment.
WE LOOK FORWARD TO MEETING YOU.
My four children have different personalities and abilities. At RJ, each of them are given opportunities to thrive and develop in confidence as the person that God has created them to be. My children receive a tremendous level of care from the teachers, care not just for their academics but care for them as a person. They are given opportunities to learn how to be resilient, co-operative and how to love and care for others.