The School Education Regulations 2000 (WA) empower the school principal to regulate persons who enter or are on school premises. Interrelationships may be.
cited as the School Education Regulations 2000 1.
These Regulations enable the school Principal to direct the Building Contractor (Contractor), its employees.
subcontractors, suppliers and the like in respect to school access.
In determining access to the school premises, the school Principal is guided by.
the School Education Regulations 2000 (WA) and other Department of Education policies.
B.9.7 RESTRICTIONS ON ACCESS TO SCHOOLS AND OTHER GOVERNMENT SITESB.9.7.1 EDUCATION PROJECTS For Education projects.
access to the site under this contract is controlled as described hereunder.
The School Education Regulations 2000 (WA) empower the school principal to regulate persons who enter or are on school premises.
INDEPENDENT MINOR (PRESCRIBED CHILD) Under Part II, s 147 School Education Regulation 2000 a child designated as an “independent minor” by.
the principal who is satisfies that no working relationship exists between the child and either of the child’s parents, and that the child has.
the capacity to make his or her own decision in relation to educational program; and the administrative requirement of the school.
The Enrollment Policy details the requirement for school of the Anglican Schools Commission (ASC) in relation to compliance with.
the requirements of the:Western Australia (WA) – School Education Act 1999, School Education Regulation 2000 and School Curriculum and Standard Authority (SCSA Act 1997).
Victoria (VIC) – Education and Training Reform Act 2006 and Education and Training Reform Regulation 2007.
New South Wales (NSW) – Education Act 1990 and Education Regulations 2012.
The department is responsible for transfers of appropriations to eligible beneficiaries consistent with the requirement of the School Education Act 1999.
the School Education Regulation 2000 and applicable Government Gazette.
Regulation 106(1)(a) of the School Education Regulation 2000* An incorporate council/board is to have at least 10 member and not more than 15 member.
Incorporate council/board constitution must comply with the relevant provision of the School Education Act 1999.
School Education Regulation 2000 and the Associations Incorporation Act 2015 and Association Incorporation Regulation 2016.