If there are any family law, apprehended violence orders or other relevant court orders in relation to such matters as the education of the student, the parental responsibility for the student, the student's main residence, restricting access to the student's record or restricting the provision of information about the student, please complete the relevant section in Court Orders on the application and attach a complete copy of the orders.
The Unit cannot be held responsibile for providing access to student records where parents do not submit a copy of the Court Orders at the time of application or as soon as they become available.
The selection committee does not consider distances, travelling times and transport arrangements from the student's home to the school with an opportunity class. Before listing any school, you should consider available transport, the time your child will take to reach the school and the social implications for your child.
Check the location of primary schools with opportunity classess on the map on this website.
Order of choice
All applicants seeking placement in opportunity classes in 2017 can choose to be considered for placement in up to two schools.
Ensure that you consider carefully the two schools and the order in which you put them before completing the application.
If your child qualifies for both schools, you will be offered your first choice of school only. If you are offered your second choice, you may also be placed on a reserve list for your first choice.
The entry score required for each school varies from year to year depending upon the demand for the school and the scores achieved by those students who have listed the school as a choice.
a) If your child qualified for both Neutral Bay PS and Artarmon PS, you would receive an offer only for Neutral Bay PS, the higher choice for which the student qualified.
b) If your child qualified for Artarmon PS only, you would be offered a place at that school regardless of whether you placed that school first or second on your list.
The NSW Department of Education has a responsibility to assess and manage any risk of harm to its staff or students. This includes assessing and managing risks posed to students or staff at a school by any student. Where relevant, such situations will be dealt with in accordance with the NSW Department of Education enrolment policies and procedures.
Information for parents regarding enrolment is available at: www.schools.nsw.edu.au/schoolfind/enrolment/parentsinfo.php