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    Default Qld prep start

    Google hasn't revealed the answer I thought I would get.
    In qld I know prep age was 1st July - 30june, but has it changed to a June birthday?

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    They've changed to JULY 31. Don't ask me why. Is for kiddies starting prep next year and beyond. DS is late July and we're not starting him until the following year regardless.

    Also if you have a June/July baby (depending on the school and their policies) they may want an interview to ensure your child is prep-ready.

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    Default Qld prep start

    Cut off is now 31st of July. In saying that I don't know how many kids they will let in who are late.
    At our Prep information evening the Principal said there was no guarantee of any July kids being enrolled and he would make individual assessments and decisions.

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    The cut off has not changed! It's still 30th June! My friend called her chosen school with her daughters birthday being 5 on the 5th July! And she has been told no she has to wait till 2017!

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    I was told it has changed to the 31st July also....

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    It hasn't changed for normal entry.

    https://www.qld.gov.au/education/ear...nrolments.html
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    This where the 31st of July comes into play.
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    Wow I was way off


 

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