Enrolment Policies


Fees and Charges 2020
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The collection and setting of school fees for Queen of Apostles School is in keeping with CECWA policy and is seen by the Bishops of Western Australia as a necessary contribution by parents towards the costs of delivering a Catholic Education for their children. As a Catholic school, operating as part of the Catholic Church, we have a vital mission, to provide a Catholic education for the children of all families in our Parish. As such, there is an obligation on us, as a school community, to ensure that all families who desire their children to be educated in their faith, can do so without fear of prejudice on the grounds of financial concerns.
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Queen of Apostles School embraces the Catholic Education Commission (WA) Policy on student enrolment which states Catholic Schools exist to further the mission of the Church to proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ. In Western Australia, the Mandate of the Bishops requires the Catholic Education Commission of Western Australia to make Catholic school education available to all Catholic children, insofar as this is possible.
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Queen of Apostles School requires information about students and their families in order to provide for the education of its students.
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Code of Conduct Statements

The purpose of a Code of Conduct is to describe the minimum standards of conduct in all behaviour and decision making to ensure the safety and well-being of the students at Queen of Apostles. For parents and guardians we have written a Parent Charter than gives examples of what this may mean for you when interacting with the staff, students, other parents and agencies at our school.
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Queen of Apostles Parent Charter

Queen of Apostles has a Code of Conduct that everyone involved with the school should follow. This Parent Charter provides statements which assist parents become more aware of their obligations as a member of Queen of Apostles School Community giving examples of how to follow and provides advice on appropriate behaviours that should be modelled to others at our school. We recognize that parents are the primary educators and care givers of their children. We appreciate the involvement of parents within our school community and the contribution each parent makes.
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