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Narangba Valley Enrolment Application State High School Our Mission To develop inspired, innovative and 2020 resilient learners who are well prepared to "Challenge the future" YEAR 11 /
Dear Parent / Carer I welcome your decision to apply for enrolment at Narangba Valley State High School. As a parent myself, I know that deciding on a high school is a very important decision. For me the most important questions are: Will my child be happy and safe at this school? Will the staff take great care with my child’s welfare and educationalprogress? Are the staff qualified professionals who work hard to improve their practice? Are there sufficient opportunities for my child to develop their skills and passion? I am confident to say that our school, we can say a resounding “YES!” to all of these questions. Narangba Valley SHS is an outstanding school with a proven track record of high academic & sporting achievement, but also a provider of amazing specialisations through academies and excellence programs. We are very proud of the achievements of all students, whether theyare aiming for university, vocational training or employment, and with a regular attainment of 100% QCE for Year 12 students we know we are preparing all our students for a bright future. Our mission in this school is to develop Inspired, Innovative and Resilient learners who are prepared to ‘challenge the future’ in a changing, dynamic world. We also work hard at developing responsible citizens through our core values of Respect, Integrity and Commitment. We have high expectations of our students, knowing that this will bring out their best. Our staff are always willing to answer your questions, and of course, we will be having our various information evenings for parents and carers. All the best Steven Miskin Principal ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- How to use this booklet and complete the requirements: Please refer to the contents page, note that any Form that has an asterisk * must be completed. Use the check list to ensure you have completed all required Forms.
2020 Year 11 Enrolment STUDENT NAME: Completed Parent Returned Office Checklist Copy of birth certificate Enrolment Management – Form 1 (2 forms of proof of residency) Application for enrolment Completed & signed Student Resource Form completed and signed Subject Selection Completed and signed Third Party Website Consent Form Enrolment Agreement completed and signed Student Agreement completed and signed Responsible Use agreement completed and signed USI Form Media Consent Form If required: Medication Form / Department of Communities Carer FORM Learning support / ESL Application to Dance Troupe if required Application to Instrumental Music Program if required Copy of Legal / Custody Orders – If required
Contents of enrolment book. Please note the forms with * must be completed and signed. Form 1 * Enrolment Management Check Sheet Form 2 * 9 Pages Application for student enrolment Form 3* Student Resource Scheme Form 4 Shared Financial Responsibility Form 6 * Third Party Consent Form (4 Pages) Form 7 * Enrolment Agreement Form 8 * Student Agreement – Network & Internet usage policy Form 9 * Responsible use agreement Form 10 * USI Form Form 11 Media Consent – 4 pages Form 12 Administration of medication Form 13 Department of communities carer form Form 14 Learning support & special needs form Form 15 ESL – English as a second language enrolment form Form 22 Instrumental Music Program Application
FORM 1 Student Name School most recently attended Name of parents Residential address Postcode: Please complete all of the sections below that are relevant to your application. Admissions Criteria – Tick the relevant criteria and provide information as required. Resides within the Local Catchment Area (Please confirm that you reside in the localcatchment area by referring to http://www.qgso.qld.gov.au/maps/edmap/?ll=- 27.413487,153.01737&z=14&map=roadmap&layerset=current&type=primary&force=1 Please attach documentary evidence as required – One from primary source and one from secondary source Primary Source Current lease agreement, or rates notice. Or unconditional sales agreement Secondary Source Copy of utilitybill Copyof other formaldocument showing this same address and parent’s or legal guardian’ Subject to Principal approval Sibling of student as described in AdmissionsPolicy Please provide sibling details below Current NVSHS Student Name: Year level in2020 Parent /Guardian signature Date
Application for student enrolment form FORM 2 (9 Pages) INSTRUCTIONS Please refer to the Application to enrol in a Queensland State School information sheet at the end of this form when completing this application. Failure or refusal to complete those sections of the form marked with an (*) or to provide required documentation may result in a refusal to process your application. Sections of the form not marked (*) are optional. However, failure to complete thesesections mayresult in the school not being eligible forimportant Federal and State Gov- ernment funding reliant on such information. Parents of all students in Australia have been asked to provide information on their family background as part of a national initia- tive towards providing an educationsystem thatisfairto all students, regardless of their background.The requiredinformationincludes the Indigenous status and language back- ground of the student, and the education, occupation and language background of the parents. If youhave anyquestions aboutthe enrolmentform orprocess, orrequireassistancecompletingthisform,includingtranslation services,pleasecontact theschoolinthe first instance. PRIVACY STATEMENT The Department of Education and Training (DET) is collecting the information on this form for the purposes outlined in the Education (General Provisions) Act 2006 (EGPA 2006), and in particular for: assessing whether your application for enrolment should be approved meetingreportingobligations requiredbylaworunderFederal–StateGovernmentfunding arrangements administering and planningfor providingappropriateeducation,trainingandsupportservices tostudents assistingdepartmentalstaffto maintainthe goodorderandmanagementof schools,andtofulfil theirdutyofcaretoallstudentsandstaff communicating withstudents andparents. This collection is authorised by ss. 155 and 428 of the EGPA 2006. DET will disclose personal information from this form to the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority when opening student accounts, in compliance with Part 3 of the Education (Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority) Act 2014 (Qld). Personal Infor- mation from this form will also be supplied to Centrelink in compliance with ss.194 and 195 of the Social Security (Administration) Act 1999 (Cth). De-identified information concerning parents’ school and non-school education, occupation group and main language other than English and students’ country of birth, main language other than English, sex and Indigenous status, is supplied to the Australian Government Department of Education in compliance withFederal – State Governmentfunding agreements. Personal information collected on this form may also be disclosed to third parties where authorised or required by law. Your information will be stored securely. If you wish to access or correct any of the personal information on this form or discuss how it has been dealt with, please contact your child’s school in the first instance. If you have a concern or complaint about the way your personal information has been collected, used, stored or disclosed, please also contact your child’s school in the first instance. ENTITLEMENT TO ENROLMENT UndertheEGPA 2006, anapplicant forenrolment at astateschoolmust beenrollediftheyare entitledto enrolment.Whilenot exhaustive, thefollowing matters mayaffect an applicant’s entitlement to enrolment at astate school: failure to adequately complete this enrolment form if the school has an Enrolment Management Plan or an Enrolment Eligibility Plan (enrolment is subject to eligibility under the plan) theapplicantisa matureagestudent (theapplicantcanonlyapplyforenrolmentata matureagestateschoolandwillbesubject to asatisfactorycriminal historycheck,orasastu- dentina programof distance education. All mature age students must have a remaining allocation of stateeducation.) the applicant is not of correct age for enrolment (relates to Preparatory Year and Years 1 to 6) theapplicant has beenexcludedorcancelledfromenrolmentor issubjectto suspensionfromastate schoolatthe time oftheapplication the school is a state special schooland the applicant does not meet the criteria for enrolment ina specialschool theschoolprincipalreasonablybelievesthattheapplicantpresentsanunacceptablerisktothesafetyorwellbeingofmembersoftheschoolcommu nity(applicationis referredto Director-General) the proposed enrolment requires approval as part of a flexible arrangement under s.183 of the EGPA 2006, and the arrangement has not yet been approved the student is not an Australian resident or citizen or the child of an Australian permanent resident or citizen (visa restrictions may apply, fees may be charged, in some cases legislation requires that the applicant must obtain approval from the Chief Executive via Education Queensland International (EQI) to enrol). Office use only Date enrolled Year level Roll Class EQ ID Independent stu- Birth certificate/passport sighted, number recorded Yes No Yes No dent and DOB confirmed Number: Is the student over 18 years of age at the time of enrolment Yes No If yes, is the student exempt from the mature age student process? Yes No If no, has the mature age applicant consented to a criminal history check? Yes No School house/ EAL/D support Yes No team To be determined FTE Associated unit Visa and associated documents sighted Yes No SV – student visa EX – exchange student EQI category TV –temporary visa DE – distanceeduca- tion DS – dependent – parent on student visa Uncontrolled copy. Refer to the Department of Education and Training Policy and Procedure Register at http://ppr.det.qld.gov.au to ensure you have the most current version of this document
STUDENT DEMOGRAPHIC DETAILS Legal family name* (as per birth certificate) Legal given names* (as per birth certificate) Preferred family name Preferred given names Sex* Female Date of birth* Male Enrolment may not be approved without enrolling staff sighting the child’s birth certificate. An alternative to Copy of birth certificate birth certificate will be considered where it is not possible to obtain a birth certificate (e.g. child born in coun- available to show school No try without birth registration system. Passport or visa documents will suffice). This does not include failure to staff* Yes register a birth or reluctance to order a birth certificate. For international students approved for enrolment by EQI, a passport or visa will be acceptable. Mature age applicants must provide photographic identification which proves their identity: For mature age stu- dents, proof of identity current driver’s licence; or No supplied and copied* Yes adult proof of age card; or current passport. APPLICATION DETAILS Has the student ever If yes, provide name of school and approximate date of enrolment attended a Queens- land state school? Yes No What year level is thestudent seeking to enrol in? Please provide the appropriate year level Proposed start date Please provide the proposed starting date for the student at this school Name: If yes, provide Year Level Does the student have a name of sibling, sibling attending this year level, date Date of birth school or any other Yes No of birth, and Queensland state school? school School STUDENT ADDRESS DETAILS* Principal place of residence address Address line 1 Address line 2 Suburb/town State Postcode Mailing address (if it is the same as principal place of residence, write 'AS ABOVE') Address line 1 Address line 2 Suburb/town State Postcode Email STUDENT FAMILY DETAILS Parents/carers Parent/carer 1 Parent/carer 2 Family name* Given names* Title Mr Mrs Ms Miss Dr Mrs Ms Miss Dr Mr Sex Male Female Male Female Relationship to student* Is the parent/carer Yes No Yes No an emergency con- tact?
STUDENT FAMILY DETAILS (continued) Parents/carers Parent/carer 1 Parent/carer2 1st Phonecontact number* Work/home/mobile Work/home/mobile 2nd Phonecontact number* Work/home/mobile Work/home/mobile 3rd Phonecontact number* Work/home/mobile Work/home/mobile Email Employer name Occupation (Please select the parental occupation group from the list (Please select the parental occupation group from the list provided at the What is the occupation provided at the end of this form. If you are not currently in paid end of this form. If you are not currently in paid work but have had a job in group of the parent/ work but have had a job in the last 12 months or have retired in the last 12 months or have retired in the last 12 months, please use your last carer? the last 12 months, please use your last occupation. If you have occupation. If you have not been in paid work in the last 12 months, enter ‘8’) not been in paid work in the last 12 months, enter‘8’) Country of birth Country of residence Does parent/carer 1 or No, English only No, English only parent/carer 2 speak a language other than Eng- Yes, other – please specify Yes, other – please specify lish at home? (If morethan one language, indicatethe one that is spoken most often) Needs interpreter? Yes No Needs interpreter? Yes No Is the parent/carer an Australian citi- Yes No Yes No zen? Is the parent/carer a permanent resident Yes No Yes No of Australia? Address line 1 Address line 2 Suburb/town State Postcode Postcode Mailing address (if it is the same as principal place of residence, write 'AS ABOVE') Address line 1 Address line 2 Suburb/town State Postcode Postcode What is the highest year of primary or secondary school What is the highest year of primary or secondary school parent/carer Parent/carer school education parent/carer 1 has completed? (For people who have 2 has completed? (For people who have never attended school, mark never attended school, mark 'Year 9 or equivalent or below') 'Year 9 or equivalent or below') Year 9 or equivalent or below Year 10 or equivalent Year 11 or equivalent Year 12 or equivalent Parent/carer non- What is the level of the highest qualification parent/carer 1 What is the level of the highest qualification parent/carer 2 has com- school education has completed? pleted? Certificate I to IV (including tradecertificate) Advanced Diploma/Diploma Bachelor degree or above No non-school qualification
STUDENT ORIGIN DETAILS Origin Queensland/interstate/overseas Origin type Childcare centre or kindergarten/Prep/primary/secondary/VET/other Previousschool/otherlocation Previously employed Yes No Full time Part-time INDIGENOUS STATUS Is the student of Aborigi- nal or Torres Strait Is- No Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander Both Aboriginal and TorresStraitIslander lander origin? RELIGION RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION* From Year 1, your child will be placed in this nominated reli- gious instruction class if it is available. If this section is marked ‘no religion’ or ‘no religion nominated’ or a re- sponse is provided that is not represented within the school’s religious in- struction program, your child will receive other instruction in a separate location during the period arranged for religious instruction. Parents may change these arrangements at any time by notifying the prin cipal in writing. COUNTRY OF BIRTH* Australia In which country was the Other (please specify country) student born? Date of arrival in Australia Is the student an Australian citizen? Yes No(if no, evidence of student's immigration status to be completed) STUDENT LANGUAGE DETAILS Does the student speak No, English only a language other than English at home? Yes, other – please specify EVIDENCE OF STUDENT'S IMMIGRATION STATUS (to be completed if student is NOT an Australian citizen)* Permanent resident Complete passport and visa details section below Date of arrival in Australia Date enrolment approved to: Student visa holder EQI receipt number: Temporary visaholder Complete passport and visa details section below Other, please specify Temporary visa holders must obtain an 'Approval to enrol in a state school' from EQI Passport and visa details (to be completed for a student who is NOT an Australian citizen). NOTE: A permanent resident will have a passport with a permanent residency visa inside worded ‘Holder(s) permitted to remain in Australia indefinitely’. For students arriving in Australia as refugee or humanitarian entrants, either PLO 56 Immigration issued card or ‘Document to travel to Australia’ with ‘stay indefinite’ recorded must be sighted by the school. Passport number Passport expiry date Visa number Visa expiry date (if applicable) Visa sub class
EMERGENCY CONTACT DETAILS (Other emergency contact details if parents/carers listed previously are not emergency contacts or cannot be contacted)* Emergency contact Emergency contact Name Relationship (e.g. aunt) 1st phone contact number* Work/home/mobile Work/home/mobile 2nd phone contact number* Work/home/mobile Work/home/mobile 3rd phone contact number* Work/home/mobile Work/home/mobile STUDENT MEDICAL INFORMATION (including allergies)* Privacy Statement The Department of Education and Training (DET) is collecting this medical information in order to address the medical needs of students during school hours as well as during school excursions, school camps, sports and other school activities. DET will not use this information to make a decision about a student’s eligibility for enrolment. The information will only be used by authorised employees of the department and DET will only record, use and dis- close the medical information in accordance with the confidentiality provisions at Section 426 of the Education (General Provisions) Act 2006. It is essential that you advise the school before your child's first day of attendance if he or she has any medical conditions. You must also inform the school administration staff as soon as you are aware of any new medical conditions or a change to medical conditions. Should your child need to take medication during school hours, an Individual Health Plan, including Emergency Health Plan if relevant, or Authority to Administer Medication Form will need to be completed each year and retained at the office. My child does not have any known medical conditions Medical condition (including allergies/sensitivities), symptoms and management (please refer to the list of Medical Condition categories provided) Medical condition (including allergies/sensitivities), symptoms and management (please refer to the list of Medical Condition categories provided) Medical condition (including allergies/sensitivities), symptoms and management (please refer to the list of Medical Condition categories provided) Does the student require any medical aids or devices (such No Yes, please specify as glasses, contact lenses, prosthetics or orthotics)? This is for the purpose of informing planning for school activities such as sport and school excursions. Name of student's medical Contact number of practitioner (optional) medical practitioner Do you authorise school staff to contact the student’s medical practitioner for the puposes of seeking advice in cases where an immediate but non-life threatening response is required (for instance, when the student may be on an ex- cursion or sporting event)? (answer onlyifmedical practitioner details have been provided above) Yes No Medicare card number Position Number (optional) Cardholder name (if not in name of student) Private health insurance Private health insurance membership number company name (if covered) (leave blank if company (optional) name is not provided)
COURT ORDERS ArethereanycurrentFamilyCourt or othercourtordersconcerningthewelfare,safetyor parentingarrangements of your child/children? Please provide a copyof anyrelevant current court order. Yes No TRAVEL DETAILS Walk Car Bus Bicycle Train Mode of transport to school Other APPLICATION TO ENROL* I hereby apply to enrol mychild ormyself at _. I understand that supplying false or incorrect information on this form may lead to the reversal of a decision to approve enrolment. I believe that the information I have supplied on this form is true and correct in every particular, to the best of my knowledge. Parent/carer 1 Parent/carer 2 Student Signature / / / / / Date /
Parental occupation groups for use with parent/carer details Group 1: Senior management in large business organisation, government administration and defence, and qualified professionals Senior executive/manager/department head in industry, commerce, media or other large organisation. Public service manager [section head or above], regional director, health/education/police/fire services administrator Other admin- istrator [school principal, faculty head/dean, library/museum/gallery director, research facility director] Defence Forces commis- sioned officer Professionals generally have degrees or higher qualifications and experience in applying this knowledge to design, develop or operate compl ex systems; iden- tify, treat and advise on problems; and teach others Health, education, law, social welfare, engineering, science, computing professional Business [management consultant, business analyst, accountant, auditor, policy analyst, actuary, valuer] Air/sea transport [aircraft/ship’s captain/officer/pilot, flight officer, flying instructor, air traffic controller]. Group 2: Other business managers, arts/media/sportspeople and associate professionals Owner/manager of farm, construction, import/export, wholesale, manufacturing, transport, real estate business Specialist manager [finance/engineering/production/personnel/industrial relations/sales/marketing] Financial services manager [bank branch manager, finance/investment/insurance broker, credit/loans officer] Retail sales/services manager [shop, petrol station, restaurant, club, hotel/motel, cinema, theatre, agency] Arts/media/sports [musician, actor, dancer, painter, potter, sculptor, journalist, author, media presenter, photographer, designer, illustrator , proof- reader, sports- person, coach, trainer, sports official] Associate professionals generally have diploma/technical qualifications and support managers and professionals Health, education, law, social welfare, engineering, science, computing technician/associate professional Business/administration [recruitment/employment/industrial relations/training officer, marketing/advertising specialist, market research analyst, tec hnical sales representative, retail buyer, office/project manager] Defence Forces senior Non-Commissioned Officer. Group 3: Tradespeople, clerks and skilled office, sales and service staff Tradespeople generally have completed a four year trade certificate, usually by apprenticeship. All tradespeople are included in this grou p Clerks [bookkeeper, bank/PO clerk, statistical/actuarial clerk, accounting/claims/audit clerk, payroll clerk, recording/registry/fil ing clerk, betting clerk, stores/ inventory clerk, purchasing/order clerk, freight/transport/shipping clerk, bond clerk, customs agent, customer services clerk, admissions clerk] Skilled office, sales and service staff: Office [secretary, personal assistant, desktop publishing operator, switchboard operator] Sales [company sales representative, auctioneer, insurance agent/assessor/loss adjuster, market researcher] Service [aged/disabled/refuge/childcare worker, nanny, meter reader, parking inspector, postal worker, courier, travel agent, tour gu ide, flight attendant, fitness instructor, casino dealer/supervisor]. Group 4: Machine operators, hospitality staff, assistants, labourers and related workers Drivers, mobile plant, production/processing machinery and other machinery operators Hospitality staff [hotel service supervisor, receptionist, waiter, bar attendant, kitchen hand, porter, housekeeper] Office assistants, sales assistants and other assistants: Office [typist, word processing/data entry/business machine operator, receptionist, office assistant] Sales [sales assistant, motor vehicle/caravan/parts salesperson, checkout operator, cashier, bus/train conductor, ticket seller, service station at- tendant, car rental desk staff, street vendor, telemarketer, shelf stacker] Assistant/aide [trades’ assistant, school/teacher aide, dental assistant, veterinary nurse, nursing assistant, museum/gallery attendant, usher, home helper, salon assistant, animal attendant] Labourers and related workers Defence Forces ranks below senior NCO not included above Agriculture, horticulture, forestry, fishing, mining worker [farm overseer, shearer, wool/hide classer, farmhand, horse trainer, nurseryman, greenkeeper, gardener, tree surgeon, forestry/logging worker, miner, seafarer/fishing hand] Other worker [labourer, factory hand, storeman, guard, cleaner, caretaker, laundry worker, trolley collector, car park attendant, crossing supervisor].
State Schools Standardised Medical Condition Category List Acquired brain injury Allergies/Sensitivities Anaphylaxis Airway/lung/breathing - Oxygen required (continuously/periodically) Airway/lung/breathing - Suctioning Airway/lung/breathing - Tracheostomy Airway/lung/breathing - Other Artificial feeding - Gastrostomy device (tube or button) Artificial feeding - Nasogastric tube Artificial feeding - Jejunostomy tube Artificial feeding - Other Asthma Attention-deficit /Hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Bladder and bowel - Urinary wetting, incontinence Bladder and bowel - Faecal soiling, constipation, incontinence Bladder and bowel - Catheterisation (continuous, clean intermittent) Bladder and bowel - Stoma site, urostomy, Mitrofanoff, MACE, Chair Bladder and bowel - Other Blood disorders - Haemophilia Blood disorders - Thalassaemia Blood disorders - Other Cancer/oncology Coeliac disease Cystic Fibrosis Diabetes - type one Diabetes - type two Ear/hearing disorders - Otitis Media (middle ear infection) Ear/hearing disorders - Hearing loss Ear/hearing disorders - Other Epilepsy - Seizure Eye/vision disorders Endocrine disorder - Adrenal hypoplasia, pituitary, thyroid Heart/cardiac conditions - Heart valve disorders Heart/cardiac conditions - Heart genetic malformations Heart/cardiac conditions - other Mental Health - Depression Mental Health - Anxiety Mental Health - Oppositional defiant disorder Mental Health - Other Muscle/bone/musculoskeletal disorders - spasticity (Baclofen Pump) Muscle/bone/musculoskeletal disorders - Other Skin Disorders - eczema Skin Disorders - psoriasis Swallowing/dysphagia - requiring modified foods Swallowing/dysphagia - requiring artificial feeding Transfer & positioning difficulties Travel/motion sickness Other
Application to enroll in a Queensland State School This sheet contains information on how to complete the Application for Student Enrolment Entitlement to enrolment Under the Education (General Provisions) Act 2006 (Qld) a as per their birth certificate. There is provision to state school must enrol an applicant if they are entitled to also record a child’s preferred family and given enrolment. While not exhaustive, a list of matters which name. The preferred name will be used on inter- may affect an applicant’s entitlement to enrolment are in- nal school documents such as class rolls. The cluded on the front cover of the enrolment form. legal name will appear on semester reports unless specifically requested by parents to use the pre- ferred name only. Questions which must be answered* The Appli- cation for Student Enrolment Form contains a num- ber of questions marked with an (*) which must be Evidence of Student’s Immigration Status This answered. These include – Student demographic section is required to be completed by a student details, Student address details, Student family de- who is not an Australian citizen and requires infor- tails, Religion – Religious Instruction, Country of mation to be recorded about a student’s passport birth, Emergency contact details, Student medical and visa. information and the Application to enrol. These questions and Medical information and emergency contacts A consent are considered necessary to ensure the child’s medical condition, symptoms, management and school can undertake its administrative and care medication/s must be documented. Medical conditions responsibilities. may include (but are not limited to) seizures/epilepsy, fainting, diabetes, asthma, heart problems, anaphylax- is and allergies (such as food or insect stings). Parents Sections of the form not marked (*) are optional. must indicate if they However, failure to complete these sections may result in the school not being eligible for important are an emergency contact. Three additional emer- Federal and State Government funding. gency contacts are also required. Religion – Religious Instruction Parents/carers Parent’s occupation and education are asked to identify a child’s religion. From Year All parents across Australia, no matter which school 1, your child will be placed in this nominated reli- their child attends, are being asked to provide infor- gious instruction class if it is available. mation about family background (answering this question is optional). The main purpose of collecting If this section is marked ‘no religion’ or ‘no religion nomi- this information is to promote an education system nated’ or a response is provided that is not represented which is fair for all Australian students regardless of within the school’s religious instruction program, your their background. child will receive other instruction in a separate location during the period arranged for religious instruction. Parents may change these arrangements at any Sighting of birth certificate time by notifying the principal in writing. Schools are required to sight a child’s birth certifi- cate. An alternative to a birth certificate will be con- sidered where it is not possible to obtain a birth cer- Office use tificate (e.g. child born in a country without a birth This section is to be completed by the school and registration system – passport or visa documents will assist in documenting specific details in rela- will suffice). tion to a student’s enrolment, including confirma- Mature age students that provide appropriate photo- tion of the sighting of documentary evidence such graphic proof of identity do not need to present a as a student’s birth certificate, passport or visa birth certificate. and student’s mature age status Court Orders Any court orders concerning the welfare, safety or parenting arrangements of children should be pro- vided to the school by parents, and the school should also be provided with any new or updated orders. Name on enrolment form A child should be enrolled under their legal name
FORM 3 Student Resource Scheme NARANGBA VALLEY STATE HIGH SCHOOL YEAR 11 2020 Participation The scheme is designed to offset the cost to you of the provision of educational resources associated with your child’s education. These resources enhance your child’s educational experience and assist them to fully engage with the curriculum. The scheme may be split into two components: 1. a whole of school component which is common to all students depending on their year level; and 2. specific goods and services consumed by your child which are related to individual subjects undertaken by your child Yes I wish to participate in the Student Resource Scheme in 2020. I have read and understand the Terms and Conditions of the scheme (see reverse) and agree to abide by them and to pay the participation fee in accordance with the selected payment arrangement below. No I do not wish to participate in the Student Resource Scheme in 2020 I have read and understand the Terms and Conditions of the scheme (see reverse) and agree to abide by them, particularly paragraphs 12 and 38. Please refer to the accompanying Subject Requirements List and/or Year Level Requirements List for fee details. Student Given Name Student Surname Yr Level Fee 1. 11 $215.00 Parent Details Name: Parent Signature: Date: Payment Arrangement Now: I wish to make full payment now as a single payment of the total amount above. Instalments: I wish to make instalment payments, during the first two weeks of the first three terms, in the following proportion of the total amount: Term 1: $107.50 Term 2: $53.75; Term 3: $53.75; or as negotiated with the school: I agree to make payments by the due dates and I understand that any failure to make payments by these dates may result in debt recovery action being undertaken including, where warranted, referral to an external debt collection agency at my expense. I understand my student will not be permitted to participate in optional school activities if my payment arrangement falls into arrears. School Use Only: negotiated instalments approved: Position: Payment Method I wish to make payment by : BPOINT * Qkr App ** Cash*** EFTPOS (Credit/Debit Card) **** Centrepay Deduction ***** Direct Deposit ****** Cheque * Online through BPOINT or see your schools website. (For full payment of invoice). ** Online through Qkr App. Please contact the school for information *** Cash payments can be made in person at the school front office or cashier window. **** Payment by credit/debit card can be made in person at the school front office or cashier window. To pay by credit /debit card over the phone please call 1300 631 073 (BPoint IVR Server) or alternatively contact the school on 3385 4555. ***** Payment by Centrepay deduction can be arranged through the school office. ****** Payment by Direct Deposit can be made to the school bank account BSB: 064-193 Account Number 10078033. To ensure correct identification of the payment, please ensure that the EFT payment reference clearly includes the STUDENT EQ ID NUMBER along with the characters SRS, e.g. 40123412JSRS
19. For payments made in person by cash, cheque or credit/debit card, a Privacy Statement receipt will be provided to the payer. Where payments are received by other The Department of Education and Training, through the school, is collecting methods, a receipt will be provided on request. All receipts and documentation your personal information in accordance with section 51 of the Education on the scheme should be retained by the parent for future reference and (General Provisions) Act 2006 in order to administer the Student Resource possible taxation purposes. Scheme in an efficient, ethical and secure manner. The information will only be accessed by school employees administering the scheme. Some of this Parent Experiencing Financial Difficulties information may be given to departmental employees for the purpose of debt 20. A parent wishing to participate in the Student Resource Scheme and recovery. Your information will not be given to any other person or agency experiencing financial hardship is encouraged to contact the principal to unless you have given permission or the Department of Education and discuss how their financial obligations can be met throughout the school year, Training is authorised or required by law to make the disclosure. or to negotiate alternative arrangements that may be available to accommodate their individual circumstances. Centrelink deduction is a Purpose of the Scheme payment option offered by the school. All discussions will be held in the 1. In accordance with the Education (General Provisions) Act 2006, the cost of strictest confidence. providing instruction, administration and facilities for the education of students 21. The onus of proof of being so affected is on the parent, and might include enrolled at State schools who are Australian citizens or permanent residents, a current Health Care Card or other evidence to establish financial hardship. or children of Australian citizens or permanent residents, is met by the State. 22. Any concessions given to the participation fee will be at the discretion of 2. Parents are directly responsible for providing textbooks and other personal the Principal. resources for their children while attending school. In recognition that these costs can be high, the school operates a Student Resource Scheme (the Terms and Conditions of Participation in the Scheme “scheme”) that enables a parent to enter into an agreement with the school 23. Payment of the prescribed fee implies acceptance of the Student that, for a specified annual participation fee, provides for the temporary use by Resource Scheme including the Terms and Conditions irrespective of whether the student of prescribed textbooks and/or other resources, and/or the or not the signed form has been returned. purchase of consumables and materials for the student. 24. For the purposes of the scheme, where a student is living independent of 3. A Student Resource Scheme is separate to and distinct from a request for a his/her parents, reference in the terms and conditions to “parent” is a voluntary financial contribution. reference to the independent student. 25. Where a parent chooses to join the scheme and completes a Participation Benefits of the Scheme Agreement Form, an annual participation fee will be due and payable by the 4. The purpose of the scheme is to provide the parent with a cost effective parent to the Student Resource Scheme. alternative to purchasing textbooks and/or resources elsewhere, through 26. In return for payment of the participation fee, the scheme will provide the reduced prices gained from the school’s bulk purchasing practices. participating student with textbooks and/or resources, consumables and 5. The scheme also ensures that students have consistent personal resources materials as listed on the Year Level Requirements List and/or Subject for their education, and saves the parent time and money in sourcing the Requirements List as being provided by the scheme, when due for the prescribed materials elsewhere. student’s use. 6. The scheme is not used to raise funds for other purposes, and revenue 27. Payment of the participation fee is to be made according to the payment collected through the scheme is applied only to the operation of the scheme. arrangement option indicated by the parent on the Participation Agreement Form, or as otherwise approved by the Principal. Participation in the Scheme 28. Non-payment of the participation fee by the designated payment date(s) 7. Participation in the scheme is voluntary, and there is no obligation on a will generate a reminder notice to the parent from the school at intervals of 30 parent to participate in the scheme. A parent’s decision to participate or not is days overdue and 60 days overdue. The Principal may thereafter undertake based on consideration of the value afforded to them by the scheme. debt recovery action for the overdue participation fee including, where 8. The completed and signed Participation Agreement Form should be warranted, referral to an external debt collection agency. This may result in returned to the school by the advertised date to indicate participation or non- extra costs being incurred by the parent. participation in the scheme. 29. Without limiting any other action the Principal may take in accordance with 9. If a parent chooses to participate in the scheme and completes the these terms and conditions, subject to 26 above, the Principal may withdraw a Participation Agreement Form, a fee will be due and payable by the parent for student’s participation in the scheme due to non-payment of a participation fee, the items provided by the scheme to the student. and/or may require the return of items provided by the scheme for the 10. Payment of the participation fee is a requirement for continued temporary use of the student, and/or may withhold the giving of any further participation in the scheme. An unpaid fee will be subject to the school’s debt items under the scheme until the debt is paid. collection processes. 30. The Principal may refuse to admit a student to the scheme where 11. A parent who does not wish to participate in the student resource scheme participation fees are overdue from the previous year’s scheme. shall inform the school by completing the Participation Agreement Form and 31. Where participation fees are overdue, the Principal has the discretion to returning it to the Administration Office. Arrangements will be made for the exclude a student from an optional school activity. parents of students in Years 7 to 12 or of secondary education age to be paid 32. The scheme provides the entire package for the specified participation fee, the value of the Textbook and Resource Allowance for each of their eligible and is not available in parts unless specifically provided for by the school in children. the fee structure. 12. A parent who chooses not to participate in the scheme is responsible for 33. All textbooks and resources provided for temporary use by the scheme providing the student with all items that would otherwise be provided to the remain the property of the scheme and shall be returned at the end of the student by the scheme as detailed on the Year Level Requirements List and/or course or school year or when the student leaves the school, whichever is the Subject Requirements List, to enable the student to engage with the earlier. Where an item is not returned, the parent will be responsible for curriculum. payment to the scheme of the replacement cost of the item. Failure to make payment may result in debt recovery action being undertaken. Parents and Citizens’ Association Support of the Scheme 34. Textbooks and other resources provided for temporary student use by the 13. The operation of the Student Resource Scheme is discussed annually at a scheme shall be kept in good condition by the student. The school meeting of the Parents and Citizens’ Association. Parents are extended an Administration Office shall be notified immediately of the loss or negligent invitation to attend this meeting and provided with an opportunity to express damage to any issued item. Where an issued item is lost or negligently their opinions. A vote is taken at this meeting on supporting the operation of damaged, parents will be responsible for payment to the scheme of the the scheme. replacement cost of the item. Failure to make payment may result in debt recovery action being undertaken. Textbook and Resource Allowance 35. The parent is responsible for supplying the student with any additional 14. The Queensland Government provides financial assistance to parents of student materials that are not provided by the Student Resource Scheme, as students in Years 7 to 12 or of secondary education age, attending State and indicated on the Year Level Requirements List and/or Subject Requirements approved non-State schools, to offset the costs of textbooks and other List or otherwise advised by the school. resources. Assistance is provided in the form of a Textbook and Resource 36. If a student enters the scheme after the first week of school, a pro-rata Allowance which is paid once a calendar year through the school. Parents participation fee will apply, calculated on a 40-week school year basis. have the option to receive the allowance directly from the school or as an 37. If a student, having paid a participation fee, leaves the school through the offset of fees associated with participation in the school's Student Resource year, a pro-rata refund will be made to the parent, calculated on the Scheme. This option is made available to each parent annually by the school. participation fee paid, less the cost of consumed materials and the Current allowance rates are available from replacement cost of scheme items that are lost or negligently damaged or not http://education.qld.gov.au/finance/grants/fund/garp/html/par-stu.html returned, plus the pro-rata Textbook and Resource Allowance calculated on a 40-week school year basis. Payment Arrangements 38. As the scheme operates for the benefit of participating parents and is 15. Payment of the participation fee may be made by EFTPOS (Debit Card; funded solely from participation fees, resources provided by the scheme will MasterCard; Visa; American Express where accepted by the school), cheque, not be issued to students whose parents choose not to participate in the or cash. scheme. 16. Payment may be made through the QParents portal using a credit card. Payment will be directed from the QParents portal to BPOINT where relevant outstanding invoice information may be selected. 17. When paying by BPOINT, please use the Customer Reference Number (CRN) and invoice number printed on the invoice received from the school. If unsure of your CRN, please contact the school. 18. Payment of the participation fee may be made in whole or by instalment as indicated on the Participation Agreement Form or for another amount as approved by the Principal.
Narangba Valley State HighSchool FORM 4 SHARED FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY RECORD FOR SCHOOL PAYMENTS Some parents / caregivers share the financial responsibility of the costs associated with their child’s education. The school’s student and financial management program, One School, is able to accommodate a nominated percentage split of invoices between identified parents / caregivers for school fees, excursions and other activities. Please complete the details below if you wish to share financial responsibility between parents / caregivers, indicating the percentage share (E.G. 50% per parent). Student Details 1st Student’s Name: Home Group: 2nd Student’s Name: Home Group: 3rd Student’s Name: Home Group 4th Student’s Name: Home Group: Parent’s / Caregiver’s Details and Consent It is usually the residing parent’s responsibility for payment of all accounts for the enrolled student/s. If this is not the case please detail how invoices and their respective payments will be split. Parent /Caregiver’ Full Name Relationship to student % Share of Costs Date Must = 100% Please Note: To allow the school to process this, it would be expected for both consenting parent / caregivers to sign. Signature 1: Signature 2: Office Use Only Date Entered in One School: Officer’s Signature:
Narangba Valley State HighSchool FORM 7 (2 Pages) ENROLMENT AGREEMENT This enrolment agreement sets out the responsibilities of the student, parents / carers and the school staff about the education of students enrolled at Narangba Valley State High School. Responsibility of student to: Attend school regularly, on time, ready to learn and take part in schoolactivities Act at all times with respect and show tolerance towards other students andstaff Work hard and comply with requests or directions from the teacher andprincipal Abide byschool rules, meet homework requirements and wear school’s uniform Respect the school environment Responsibility of parents to: Attend open evenings for parents Let the school know if there are any problems that may affect your child’s ability to learn Inform school of reasons for any absence Treat school staff with respect and tolerance Support the authority and discipline of the school enabling your child to achieve maturity, self-discipline and self-control Abide by school’s policy regarding access to school grounds before, during and after schoolhours Advise Principal if your child is in the care of the state or you are the carer of a child in the care of thestate Inform school if your child’s living arrangements change and provide details of new home address and phone number Responsibility of school to: Develop each individual student’s talent as fully as possible Inform parents and carers regularly about how their children are progressing Inform students, parents and carers about what the teachers aim to teach the students each term Teach effectively and to set the highest standards in work and behaviour Take reasonable steps to ensure the safety, happiness and self-confidence of allstudents Be open and welcoming at all times and offer opportunities for parents and carers to become involved in the school community Clearly articulate the school’s expectations regarding the responsible behaviour plan for students and the school’s dress code policy Ensure that parents and carers are aware of the schools insurance arrangements and accident cover for students Advise parents and carers of extra-curricular activities operating at the school in which their child maybecome involved, for example, Program of chaplaincy services Ensure that the parent is aware of the school’s record-keeping policy including the creation of a transfer note should the student enrol at another school Set, mark and monitor homework regularly in keeping with the school’s homeworkpolicy Contact parents and carers as soon as is possible if the school is concerned about the child’s school work, behaviour, attendance or punctuality Deal with complaints in an open, fair and transparent manner Consult parents on any major issues affectingstudents Treat students and parents with respect and tolerance
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