Frequently Asked Questions
If you would like to learn more about our School, the enrolments process and what it means to be a student at King's Wynn Vale, we invite you to peruse our most frequently asked questions. If your questions have not been answered, please contact our Enrolments Team using the button below.
To enrol your child at King's Baptist Grammar School, please visit our website and select 'Enrolments' from the site menu. From there, you will find information on the enrolment process, including the Application for Enrolment form and the documentation required to submit your Application.
Alternatively, you can contact the school directly by clicking here. The Enrolments Office at King's Baptist Grammar School will be more than happy to guide you through the enrolment process and answer any questions you may have.
To learn more about enrolling your child at King’s, please select the button below.
King’s is a highly sought after school and as such we encourage early applications to increase the likelihood of securing a place for your child in your preferred entry year. Applications may be submitted - and are encouraged - from birth.
To learn more about enrolling your child at King’s, please select the button below.
Our main entry points at King’s are: King’s Early Learners (ELC), Reception, Year 6 and Year 10.
There is a high demand for places at King’s, so early applications are always recommended. Whilst there are waiting lists for most year levels we would always encourage families to submit an Application for Enrolment to go onto our waiting list.
Our enrolment list and our waiting list are reviewed frequently. When a vacancy arises, offers from the waiting list are made to ensure the balance and specific needs of the School are being met. Your level of priority and date of the application are also taken into consideration.
King’s does not offer a mid-year intake for Reception students. Enrolment for Reception commences at the beginning of each school year.
If your child turns 5 before 1 May, they can commence Reception in January while they are still 4 years old. If your child turns 5 on or after 1 May, they will commence Reception the following year.
Due to Government restrictions with recurrent funding, King’s is unable to accept applications from students who are in Australia on the following visas: 500, 570, 571, 572, 573, 574 or 575.
Government restrictions require students to be permanent residents of Australia or on a Visa that permits recurrent funding. Education institutions can only enrol and deliver education services to international students in Australia if the School is registered on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS); unfortunately, King’s is not registered with CRICOS and therefore we are unable to enrol international students.
Adelaide has several other private schools who are CRICOS registered. Please select the button below to search for CRICOS-registered schools in South Australia.
In the Application for Enrolment form, you will see that it asks for two written family character references to be supplied along with your application form.
If you are an active member of a Church, we ask that you provide a written character reference from the Pastor or Faith Leader.
If you are not active members of a Church, we ask that you simply supply two references from people that know you well. This could be a family member, family friend or perhaps a work colleague. The reference is just so we have an understanding of you as a family.
To book a School Tour at King's Baptist Grammar School, please select the button below.
From there, you will find information on the enrolment process, including the Application for Enrolment form and the documentation required to submit your Application.
It is best to plan your visit in advance as School Tours are often booked out quickly. Happy touring!
Significant sibling discounts, as detailed on our School Fees page, are available to the second and subsequent students enrolling from the same family.
School Card Concession
This requires an annual application to be submitted and a reduction of fees will be applied to your Statement of Account at the complete discretion of the school.
Early Payment Discount
For accounts paid in full for the whole year in advance, a discount of 4% will be applied to the account. For amounts paid per semester (half year) in advance a discount of 2% will be applied to the account.
As an approved centre-based care service, you are eligible to claim a rebate under the Child Care Subsidy (CCS) for the ELC. To apply for the CCS, please register online via the Centrelink page at my.gov.au. Please ensure you are registered with Centrelink and have been issued a Customer Reference Number (CRN) for yourself and each child attending King’s Early Learning Centre. The Child Care Subsidy will be paid directly to King’s Early Learning Centre to reduce the fees you pay.
To estimate your family's Child Care Subsidy rate and out of pocket costs, please select the button below. Further information about the Child Care Subsidy for new families is available from the Department of Human Services website.
"The purpose of Christian schooling is the educational and spiritual development of each child. Spiritual formation is an essential component of a Christian school education. In a Christian school, students are taught that humankind is made in the image of God. God wishes for us to be fulfilled in life and work, in relationship with Him, with each other, and with the world He made for us to enjoy. Christian schools aim to prepare students to live full, productive and purposeful lives, contributing to the wellbeing of their families, communities and as global citizens."
Christian Schools Australia (CSA)
Our King’s Community has a culture of following Jesus. Some practical examples include:
- Monday morning warm-in; staff start the week focusing on what God is doing in our School and in our hearts
- Faith studies lessons, daily devotions and bible reading
- In the Early Years and Junior Schools, grace and prayers are said before fruit time and before lunch
- Holy Week activities (prior to Easter)
- Weekly 'Bonfire' faith gatherings (previously known as Chapel); we gather as a community around what God is doing in our School
- Lunchtime prayer and activity groups
- Non-teaching staff buddies; all staff at King's have a pastoral heart and are involved in helping students to feel seen, heard and loved
All students and families are encouraged to be actively involved in the life of the King’s Community. Enrolment with the School demonstrates a commitment to growing in Jesus and engagement with the activities and traditions of King’s.
At King’s, we offer extensive extra-curricular programs including:
- Weekly Sport: Basketball, Cricket, Football, Futsal and Netball
- Performing Arts
- Dance, Cheer and Aerobics
- Instrumental Lessons
- Drama Club
- Lego Club
- Strings Club
- Children’s University
- Duke of Edinburgh
- School Gym
- Pedal Prix
- Year 6-Year 12 Musical
- Student Leader Program
- Bible Study
- Ethics Olympiad
- ICAS Competitions
- Science and Engineering Challenge
For more information on the Programs offered at King’s, please select the button below.
King’s provides students with a variety of opportunities to highlight their God-given abilities on various stages. Participation in sport encourages fellowship amongst students, across year levels and between staff, students, parents and others. It provides an opportunity for students (both players and non-players) to be visibly involved in School life. This extends to the wider King’s Community, as many of our coaches and volunteers are parents or past students who give back to the School in this way.
A number of weekly sports are offered and include basketball, netball, football, cricket and futsal.
King’s is part of the South Australian Christian Schools Sports Association (SACSA), which consists of 35 member schools to participate in a wide variety of sports within a Christian environment. SACSA competitions include AFL football, athletics, badminton, basketball, cross-country, esports, netball, soccer, swimming, table tennis, touch football and volleyball. Students represent the school after attending trials and trainings for selection.
King’s is part of the South Australian Primary Schools Amateur Sports Association (SAPSASA) - Salisbury East District. Some students are selected to represent the district at state competitions.
To learn more about our Sports Programs, please select the button below.
King’s is blessed with a very talented and dedicated team of instrumental music teachers. Lessons are available for the following instruments:
- Acoustic Guitar
- Electric Guitar
- Bass Guitar
- Double Bass
- Violin / Viola
The laptop program begins in Middle School, where families will purchase a school for Year 6-Year 9, and again for Senior School for Year 10-Year 12. Participation in the laptop program is compulsory.
The King’s Early Learning Centre (ELC) opened in January 2020, influenced by the inspirational early childhood, educational work and philosophies from Reggio Emilia, Italy. The centre caters for children aged from three years to school-aged children. It shares the same philosophies, policies, practices and curriculum of King’s.
To learn more about our ELC, please select the button below.
While ELC is a potential pathway into Reception, enrolment in the ELC and enrolment in Reception at King’s are two separate entities. Whilst we encourage you to apply for both the ELC and Reception, we cannot guarantee acceptance into Reception based on your enrolment in the ELC.
We give an element of priority to children enrolled at the ELC to School and for children whose enrolment applies for both the ELC and School.
Yes, Keithcot King’s OSHC offers an after school care program for both Keithcot Primary and King’s Baptist schools. It is located onsite at Keithcot Farm Primary School right next door to King’s for easy drop off and pick up. Holiday programs are also offered.
To learn more about our OSHC Program, please select the button below.
King’s does not have its own school bus; however, the Adelaide Metro Route 545, 545X or 566 bus routes stop right outside King’s (bus stop 57/58 and 59).
There is also a LinkSA bus service from Houghton to Golden Grove. For more information, please view the LinkSA website using the button below.
We have a large contingency of parent volunteers at King’s and we always welcome any new parents to journey alongside us. Once parents have undertaken our parent volunteer training and they have provided a police clearance, they are able to assist in a number of ways in the classroom and throughout the School.
For more information on Volunteering, please select the button below.
Download a School Information Booklet
We would love to share more of our King’s Community with you. If you would like to receive a School Information Booklet to see what it means to be a student at King’s Wynn Vale, we invite you to download a copy by selecting the button below.