Welcome To Seymour College

Seymour College's vision

Seymour College is an F-12 and Inclusive Education located in Seymour, Victoria.
Seymour College will provide a safe and supportive environment where young lives will be transformed through a love of learning.


Seymour College is committed to child safety.
We want children to be safe, happy and empowered. We support and respect all children, as well as our staff and volunteers. We are committed to the safety, participation and empowerment of all children.

We have zero tolerance of child abuse, and all allegations and safety concerns will be treated very seriously and consistently with our robust policies and procedures.

We have legal and moral obligations to contact authorities when we are worried about a child’s safety, which we follow rigorously.

The school has in place a number of policies and procedures, shown below, that can be viewed or downloaded from our website: College Policies or sourced by contacting the school on Ph: (03) 57 711 300.

Find My School - Link


findmyschool.vic.gov.au launched on 24th April and shows every school zone across the state.
The new website highlights the choice of public schools available to the Victorian community.
If your child is preparing to enter Year 7 and want to know more about the public secondary school options in our area, or you know someone who is interested in enrolling at our school, try findmyschool.vic.gov.au

Click Here for an image of our School Zone map If you have a question about the website, contact the Victorian School building Authority Hotline on 1800 896 950

Bell Times F-12

Bell Times F-12

Period 1

09.00am – 10.15am

Period 2

10.20am – 11.35am

Break 1

11:35am – 12.15pm

Period 3

12.15am – 01.30pm

Break 2

01.30pm – 02.00pm

Period 4

02.00pm – 03.15pm

  • Primary Students will eat their lunch in the classroom 10 minutes prior to the lunch time bell.
Enrolment Information

Dear Parents & Carer’s

Seymour College School zone is available on findmyschool.vic.gov.au
Findmyschool.vic.gov.au hosts the most up-to-date information about Victorian school zones for 2022 onwards.
Students residing in this zone are guaranteed a place at our school, which is determined on the basis of your permanent residential address.
The Department provides guidance through the School Placement Policy to ensure that students have access to their designated neighbourhood school and the freedom to choose other schools, subject to facility limitations.
You can find more information and answers to frequently asked questions on the Department’s website under School zones.
For more information

If you have a question about school zones call the VSBA Hotline on 1800 896 950 or email:
Please contact the school prior to finalising accommodation arrangements within the school zone

Updated advice regarding wearing of Masks.

It is strongly recommended by the Department of Health that face masks are worn in indoor settings, with face masks mandatory for those aged 8 and over who are household contacts and attending school. This is because the wearing of masks is effective in reducing the transmission of COVID-19.

It is the Department’s expectation that, through to the end of winter, students aged 8 and over and all staff will wear masks when in class, noting that exceptions to the recommendation apply to teaching circumstances when clear communication or when a particular activity requires the removal of a mask.

Masks are not required to be worn outdoors but can be worn when physical distancing is not possible. This expectation should not constrain student participation in the full range of school activities, including music, sport and performances.

Schools are not required or expected to sanction students or staff who do not meet this expectation but are asked to communicate this expectation to the whole school community and seek their support for this collective effort.

Department Of Education’s Schools Privacy Policy

Parent Payment Policy

Seymour College values and respects the cultural and heritage links that bond the traditional land holders, the Taungurung people, and the community of Seymour College.