How do I enrol my child?
Go to Enrolment Information to find out more.
Are there any fees or charges?
Please refer to the Parent Handbook for this year’s fees and charges.
What courses or programs are there?
To find out about courses for years 7-9 go to the Middle School page.
To find out about courses for years 10-12 go to the Senior School page.
Is there a school uniform?
Consult the Parent Handbook for our uniform policy and to find out where to purchase our school’s uniform.
What is Workplace Learning?
Visit the Workplace Learning page to read find out about this topic for your child.
What is DFES?
Visit the DFES page to read find out about this topic for your child.
What is an IEP?
Please refer to the Parent Handbook for a description of an IEP.
What is a MAP meeting?
Please refer to the Parent Handbook for a description of a MAP meeting.
What should I do if my child is sick?
If your child is sick please send an SMS to 0437 808 340 stating your child’s name, year, class, date and reason for absence.
Is there a bullying policy?
No, because the school’s CCESC PBIS SCHOOL BEHAVIOUR POLICY includes strategies to:
- maintain a positive school environment
- encourage positive behaviours and personal best
- have students take personal responsibility for their actions.
Are mobile phones allowed?
Mobile phones are not allowed and students are not permitted to make calls throughout the school day. We collect the phones each day.
I would like my child to catch the Orange bus to and from school. How can I arrange this?
If your child is eligible, they may travel to Cannington Community Education Support Centre with the School Bus Services provided by the Public Transport Authority. Apply online for this service before your child starts school at Cannington Community ESC.
What is ASDAN?
To find out more about ASDAN in the middle school go to the ASDAN page.
To find out more about ASDAN in the senior school go to the ASDAN page and the SCSA page.
Can my child use public transport to travel to school?
If your child is an independent traveller they can use public transport to get to school. To plan your child’s journey to school use the Transperth Journey Planner.
How does the school report student progress?
Middle school students receive IEP reports via DOE reporting to parents and senior students receive progress reports via SCSA. All reports are available on CONNECT Step-by-Step-Guide-for-Parents