We welcome enrolments all year round for preschool to year 12.

Enrolment forms are available from our Front Office or you may wish to download the forms below.

School starting age is as follows:
• Children who turn four years of age before 30th June are eligible to start preschool in January.
• Children who turn five years of age before 30th June are eligible to start Transition in January.

Our enrolment procedure is:

1. Complete an application for the student/s (forms below)

2. Contact one of our friendly administration staff to arrange an enrolment interview and a tour of our school.

Please bring your completed enrolment documents and a copy the additional required documentation (listed below), or you may email them to alyangula.admin@education.nt.gov.au

3. Upon completion of the enrolment interview, we will arrange a start date.

Enrolment Forms:










Additional Required Documentation:

      • Birth Certificate or equivalent identification
      • Details of any medical condition
      • Proof of address
      • Emergency contact details
      • Immunisation record
      • Name of previous school (if applicable)

*These documents are a requirement of the NT Government and must be provided prior to student commencement


2024 AAS Preschool Handbook

2024 AAS Parent Handbook

2024 AAS Middle School and Senior Years Handbook

Back to School Payment Scheme

You are entitled to receive $200 of educational goods and services for each child enrolled in a government or non-government NT school or preschool.

If your child is in transition to year 12, you will receive the entitlement in term 1 of each year. The entitlement must be used by the end of term 1.

If your child is in preschool, the entitlement is available throughout the year, but is only valid to the end of the first term in which they first enrol.

For more information please visit: Back to school payment scheme

Student Book Pack & Student Curriculum Resources

Student Book Pack and Student Curriculum Resources is a compulsory payment for every student. At the beginning of
the school year students will be provided with book packs and stationery that will be replenished throughout the year
as needed. Book packs and stationery have been specifically designed to suit the needs of each year level from
Preschool through to Distance Education, to ensure that students have the appropriate materials to support them in
their learning.
Student Curriculum Resources provide materials and resources to ensure opportunities are provided to our students
to engage in hands on learning experiences. This can include, but is not limited to:

  • Cooking
  • Technologies
  • STEM
  • Electives
  • Art and craft
  • Performing Art
  • Sports equipment
  • Science

Both the Student Book Packs and Student Curriculum Resource payments can be covered through the Northern
Territory Back to School Payment Scheme. More information about the Back to School Payment Scheme can be found

Individual Student Contributions

Individual Student Contributions is a voluntary, yet necessary payment that contributes to the annual costs of
providing our students with contemporary and engaging school-based programs, infrastructure, localised and wellmaintained
equipment. This can include, but is not limited to:

      • Excursions / Incursions
      • Sporting Programs
      • ICT equipment (student iPads, student laptops)
      • Digital subscriptions
      • Outdoor play spaces
      • School furniture

The Individual Student Contribution can be made in person at the Administration Office or online through our new
portal (available in 2023). Payment is calculated as $2.50 per student, per school week. Payment can be made via the
following options:

- Annually – one off payment of $100 per student
- Semesterly – two payments (term 1 and term 3) of $50 per student
- Termly – four payments (one payment per term) of $25 per student.

Mobile Phones

Mobile Phones in Government Schools Policy On 2 November 2022, the Minister for Education, the Hon. Eva Lawler MLA announced a new mobile phone policy for every government school in the Northern Territory. The new Student mobile phones in government schools policy came into effect on day 1 of 2023. There are different rules for different year levels and students please take the time to become familiar with the Policy.


Fit for School

Parents must ensure that children are in good health and ready for the school day. The school has a sick room where students who are hurt or who become ill during the school day can rest quietly while parents are contacted to take the child home. Children who are ill should not be sent to school, as we cannot adequately care for them in our facility, which is only for emergencies.

Parents and carers must let the school know if a child is diagnosed as having an infectious disease as many diseases have specific exclusion periods. Chickenpox, measles, mumps, rubella, impetigo, ringworm, scabies, conjunctivitis and hepatitis are examples of diseases that require treatment and an exclusion period to pass prior to re-entering the school.

Click here for exclusion times for students with or exposed to infectious disease.