Kindy transition statement consent form

It’s now quick and easy to share your child’s transition statement with your new school.

Your child’s kindy transition statement contains important information about their learning and development in kindy, as well as suggestions to help their learning continue when they start school.

The kindy transition statement parent/carer consent form makes it easier for you to share your child’s kindy transition statement with your chosen school.

You will be able to sign the consent form when you get your child’s kindy transition statement from the kindy, then your kindy teacher will be able to pass a copy of the statement directly to the school.

Your kindy teacher will let you know that by signing the form you can choose to:

  • consent to the kindy sharing your child’s kindy transition statement with the school on your behalf
  • consent to the kindy and Prep teacher (or other relevant school staff) contacting each other to talk about information on your child’s kindy  transition statement
  • consent to your child’s kindy transition statement being shared with the outside school hours care service.

By working together, early childhood services, schools and families can all help children enjoy a great start to school.

Find out more about transition statements and the Transition statement parent/carer consent form (DOCX, 123KB) at the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority website.

Published — 20 June 2018 Last updated — 13 November 2019

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