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Message froM the PrinciPal “Who you are speaks louder than what you say” At King’s, we are a Christian school. Our aim is to work in partnership with parents, through a shared ethos and set of values, to prepare children for a successful future adult life. That is why we place so much emphasis on selecting staff not only for their academic qualifications, but who also have a commitment to please God in their own character as well as a passion to help young people succeed.

person is unique, endowed with special talents and able to grow into the person God desires of him or her. King’s is a modern school that operates with traditional, proven Christian values. We provide an education that is affordable and aimed at laying the foundations for a successful life.

Over the years, King’s students have performed remarkably well in all areas of school endeavours. Academic, cultural and sporting accomplishments have far exceeded what would be considered average in Queensland. Success in life flows not only from ability and acquired skill, but also from well developed character. We aim to cultivate attitudes in our students that will lead them to success in all areas of their lives.

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It isn’t realistic to expect all students to achieve academic results in the top 2% band. However, at King’s we do expect each of our students to strive to achieve their potential academically; to exhibit behaviours appropriate to their age and to grow in character as they mature. We believe that each

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history The foundations for King’s were laid through a vision for a strong Christian school on the Gold Coast. The first class began in 1980 with 23 students in temporary premises. From that time, the school has grown steadily, so that today with more than 1550 students - we are the largest Christian school in Australia. From our modest beginnings of one class on 26 acres of bushland, our students now enjoy the very latest facilities on the same campus. Our planned building program has created distinct and separate areas for child care & pre school, primary and secondary schooling while maintaining a close knit community across the school. This allows a smooth transition for students as they progress through their school life on the one campus. Dedicated facilities have been built to cater for a wide variety of curricula and co-curricular activities. These include computer laboratories, libraries, lecture theatre, music, drama, dance, and art rooms, science labs, industrial design and technology workshops plus sporting fields and courts. One of the strengths of King’s is the consistency of leadership and vision we have enjoyed from our inception. Many of our founders still keep an association with the school and most of the

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members of the College Board have served for many years. Their vision and goals for the school have remained consistent since our foundation.


our PhilosoPhy We believe that the school community should be an extension of the home environment, reflecting the love and security upon which a child’s development is so dependent.

mutual respect between parents, teachers and students. Respect involves treating other people as you would like to be treated yourself and a discipline program which aims for restoration of relationships. A high level of care is provided with the expectation that as students journey through the school, they develop self respect and self discipline. Mission “Educating Students in Christian Leadership for Tomorrow’s Generation”

We see our role as forming partnerships with parents to educate their children. Within a Christian context, we aim to nourish the growth of the whole person - intellectually, physically, emotionally, spiritually and socially. We believe that this growth should be firmly based on the student’s growing personal relationship with God and other people. We believe growth is best achieved in a personal environment that has firm boundaries within

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The traits of true leadership are not derived from position; rather they are demonstrated by a person’s character, beliefs and values, and the application of skills and knowledge. In short, it is what a person does and how he or she responds to circumstances that displays true leadership. We believe that every student can be a leader in his or her chosen field and be a person of influence to their generation. Vision “To be the exemplar Christian School in Australia” King’s is the largest and one of the most successful Christian schools in Australia. It is our goal to provide a model across all aspects of College life that other Christian schools would want to follow.

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life at King’s Our aim is to provide a balanced program that provides for the growth of the whole person intellectually, physically, emotionally, spiritually and socially. Our programs are designed to give our students the widest possible range of opportunities and experiences to achieve this goal.

AcAdeMic All students are given the opportunity to develop their gifts and talents within the school environment and wider community. In the early years, considerable focus is placed on ensuring each student grasps the fundamentals of literacy and numeracy. If necessary, individual programs are created for students so that these basic building blocks of learning are well understood. As students grow in confidence and progress through the school, they are increasingly challenged and extended. One of our aims is to deliver a relevant, challenging and rewarding curriculum that stirs the imagination and develops a life-long love of learning. In the High School, a wide range of subject choices gives students the opportunity to prepare for the myriad of possibilities available to them in their adult lives.

sport Sport and PE play a significant role in life at King’s. Our specialist PE teachers run programs that introduce skills, as well as develop character and self discipline. King’s is part of the Associated Private Schools (APS) competition. This allows students to compete against other schools in team and individual sports. Many of our students have gone on to represent the school at regional, state and national levels.

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life at King’s Arts Strength in visual and performing arts is a feature of King’s. Throughout the year, students have many opportunities to display their artistic talents through art exhibitions, plays, musicals, rock eisteddfods, concerts and music or dance performances. Many of our students have won awards either as individuals or as part of larger productions. co-curriculAr Our extensive co-curricular program is designed to expose students to activities that they may not otherwise have access to. Each term, students select from an extensive range of activities that allow them to widen their horizons, develop new skills or extend their classroom experiences. christiAn liVing progrAM Our mission is to “Educate students in Christian leadership for tomorrow’s generation”. The goal of our Christian Living program is to produce students who will demonstrate Christ-like behaviour as they go about their daily lives. The program is integrated into the overall curriculum and each teacher is responsible for the formal instruction as well as imparting the spirit of the program. internAtionAl students We have a multi-cultural society at King’s where respect and strong, positive cross-cultural relationships are encouraged. Many countries and cultures are represented in our student body and we employ specialist staff to teach and nurture students from other countries.

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early learning PrograMs Noah’s Ark Pre School and Child Care Centre is an integral part of the College, welcoming children and their families into the school community. ‘Noah’s Ark’ bridges the gap between home and school. In a caring Christian environment, our experienced child care staff provide a program which encourages children to be active thinkers, using their senses to make enquiries and to work towards solving problems. Adult / child interactions are based on the premise that all children need love and security, new experiences to challenge and enjoy, praise, recognition and encouragement, responsibility and choices. At ‘Noah’s Ark,’ we believe that the goal of effective guidance is to assist children to become confident, fully functioning individuals. A positive approach is taken as we work in partnership with families to assist children in their growth and development. With its location on the College campus, children readily become familiar with the sights and sounds of the College. This familiarity eases the transition to Prep - the first phase of primary schooling. During the Prep year, children’s learning experiences are further developed by early childhood specialist teachers, with a focus on basic literacy, numeracy, physical and social skills. Highlights of the week include specialist computer, library, music and physical education classes. In this semi-structured learning environment, children are introduced to the discipline of school routines.

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Noah’s Ark Pre School and Child Care Centre is the preferred point of entry into Prep.


PriMary school The Primary School at King’s is a world of discovery. We meet new friends and learn to build relationships that can last a lifetime. In a safe and encouraging environment, students discover God’s world, they experiment and experience many ‘firsts.’ The foundations of learning are formed and, once understood, students are challenged and inspired as they apply their new-found knowledge. Students begin to understand their unique place in God’s world and develop their own special gifts while the virtues of respect, honesty and hard work are nurtured. The pastoral aspect of school life is a major component of our campus activity. Each member of staff has a commitment to the spiritual and psychological welfare of our students. A major part of our weekly chapel and Christian Living program is focused on this goal. Our academic standards are very high and gifted students are catered for in each year level. Booster groups are also offered to promote higher order thinking and to develop learning skills. A new world of cultural and physical pursuits opens up. Students are able to learn skills in dance, drama, music and art. Throughout the year, there are many opportunities to showcase their developing talents both at school and external events.

throughout their primary years. A competitive inter-school sports program, as part of the Gold Coast Associated Private Schools, is available and frequently our students achieve regional, state and sometimes national representative honours. Our goal is to see each student grow in knowledge and wisdom and to develop confidence in the special and unique person they are in Christ.

Physical Education and the development of sporting skills is part of the weekly program

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high school Life at King’s is designed to help students develop their sense of identity, their faith and their personal responsibility towards others while striving for excellence in their academic studies. Academic opportunities, together with sporting, artistic and cultural pursuits form the backbone of the High School at King’s. However, it is the development of a young person’s character that will determine success in life. Therefore, emphasis is placed on the development of faith, strength, family values, and a sense of discovery, optimism, success and integrity. It is these elements that make the King’s experience unique and produce graduates with a strong Christian character who are well prepared for adult life. Students develop and showcase their sporting talents through the Associated Private Schools

(APS) competition. Often, this is a stepping stone to regional, state and sometimes national representative honours. The visual and performing arts are strengths of our College. There are many opportunities throughout the year for students to showcase their skills in dance, music, drama and the visual arts. All students are involved in the Pastoral Care program that aids their personal, spiritual and social development. The values established through the wide variety of outdoor activities, camps and relationship-building events develop young adults with the ability and skills to lead in their area of influence.

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Noah’s Ark Pre School and Child Care Centre serves to meet the needs of the King’s school community. Its location within the College grounds allows children to start and finish their education on the one campus.

and computer time, through to the sharing of an occupational interest or hobby.

The Centre is owned and operated by King’s Christian Education Ltd, which also operates King’s Christian College. The Director is responsible for the day to day running of the Centre.

Government fee relief is available for all Centre programs.

An Outside School Hours Care program operates from ‘Noah’s Ark’ including Before School Care and After School Care.

“Train up children in the way they shall go and when they are old they will not depart from it.” Proverbs 22.6

‘Noah’s Ark’ caters for children from two years of age, offering toddler and pre school programs. In partnership with families, we seek to engage children with the learning process, using ‘hands on’ experiences suited to children’s interests and needs. Families are most welcome to become involved in the daily life of the Centre, from helping with small activity groups

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pRep Prep is the first year of full time schooling and eases the transition into the more formal setting of Year 1. Prep is available for children who turn 5 by June 30 of the year they start the program. The Prep educational program uses the Australian Curriculum to develop school based learning programs suited to the learning needs and interests of enrolled children. A unique program supports students’ developing social skills as well as their critical thinking and problem solving abilities. Within appropriate class sizes, Prep provides a semi-structured play based approach with hands-on activities in small work groups where the students develop foundational literacy and numeracy skills. A strong partnership is built between home and school which helps students to develop a positive disposition to learning. Students engage in specialist lessons such as PE where perceptual motor, coordination

and athletics skills are developed. Library, information technology and music lessons are also part of the regular weekly program in Prep. A weekly Assembly is held in the Prep to Year 5 Resource Centre as part of our Christian Living program. Chapel is a favourite part of the week as children come together to learn about God and His love for them, through song and bible stories. Parents are welcome to join in these sessions. Our four air-conditioned Prep classrooms are well equipped with early learning materials along with computers, assisting students to develop basic computer skills. Joint activities with classes in Years 1 and 2 such as assemblies, Celebration of Early Childhood Week and sporting carnivals help to promote a seamless transition into the more formal setting of Year 1.


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The early years of primary school lay the foundation for life-long learning. In Prep, through hands-on experiences, students are taught early literacy and numeracy skills; engage in fine & gross motor activities and computer sessions; and Christian values are woven into the curriculum content so that as they enter Year 1, they are ready to launch into their more formal years of schooling. Mastering literacy and numeracy skills is a major focus of the Primary School as these are the foundations of all learning. During Prep and Year 1, each student is tested by a speech specialist in order to ascertain potential issues that may affect the development of literacy skills. If necessary and in conjunction with parents, individual booster or extension programs are produced for students that cater for their unique needs. An academic extension program is offered throughout each grade level.

As the student’s skill level increases, they are stretched and challenged so that each child has the opportunity to achieve the highest possible standards of literacy and numeracy. The curriculum is designed to offer a core of essential learning that balances the need for explicit teaching with innovative inquiry based problem solving. A major focus across the whole school is our Christian Living program. The goal of the program is to produce students who demonstrate Christ-like character through their actions. Chapel services are often the favourite time of the week for our students. Chapel time is interactive with students involved with Chapel bands and the innovative and engaging program produced by our chaplaincy staff.

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From Prep, students are progressively taught computer literacy skills. These IT skills are integrated into various learning areas such that students in the upper primary years produce web pages, newsletters, podcasts, webquests and blogs as part of the curriculum. Each Primary School class room is equipped with computers and a data projector, together with access to up-todate software, the internet and a database of digital resources. Visual and performing arts are a big part of life at King’s. Music lessons from specialist teachers are part of the weekly timetable in the Primary School. Students are able to join dance groups from Prep and are able to join our instrumental music program from Year 4. During the year, there are many opportunities for students to perform in choirs, bands, dance groups, instrumental groups, eisteddfods and in the annual Primary School musical. Weekly sport and PE lessons help to develop coordination and motor skills. All students are taught basic swimming and water survival skills in Years 1-7. From Year 4, students can take part in our inter-house sports program

and can compete against other schools in the Associated Private School (APS) inter-school sports program. Frequently, our students achieve regional, state and sometimes national representative honours. Participation in school camps provides many opportunities for growth. Camps begin in Year 3 with an overnight stay on the College grounds with Mum or Dad. Camps then become an annual event, with each one progressively stretching and challenging students. A highlight of a student’s time at King’s is the ‘Canberra Trip’ in the final year of Primary School. After students complete Year 12, many talk about the ‘Canberra Trip’ as being one of the defining times of their lives. On Friday afternoons in terms 1 and 3, the Primary School operates its Clubtastic program. Students are given a wide range of club activities to choose from. These activities are provided to give students the opportunity to be involved in experiences they might not otherwise have access to, or are an extension of their classroom activities.


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based on their interests, abilities and career aspirations.

King’s has adopted the key elements of middle schooling in Years 8 and 9. Some of these include an integrated core curriculum delivered by interdisciplinary teams of teachers; as well as a range of flexible and relevant programs that are intended to challenge students.

[Information on elective subjects is available in the Year 9 Subject Selection booklet.]

The Year 8 curriculum is designed to expose students to all of the key learning areas in order to provide a sound base for future subject selections. Students study the core subjects of English, Mathematics, Science, Christian Living, History, Geography, and Physical Education all year. Other subjects are studied for part of a year and include Japanese, Supplementary Mathematics and English, Home Economics, Music, Design and Technology, Drama and Art.

Year 10 is viewed as the Senior foundation year. Students commence the study of Senior subjects and are progressively introduced to the quality and quantity of work required in Year 11 as well as the expectations in regard to homework and study. In the senior phase of learning, students study English and Mathematics and four elective subjects. These are all based upon syllabi accredited by the Queensland Studies Authority. A major focus in all of the subjects is the development of advanced analytical skills, through an in-depth examination of content. [A detailed description of the wide range of subjects offered is available in the Senior Subject Description Booklet.]

Students in Year 9 continue to study the core curriculum but are now able to choose a limited number of elective subjects

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Creative Arts are strengths of our College. Dedicated art rooms, dance, drama and music studios provide the ideal setting for students to learn skills and develop artistic talents. Throughout the year, students are provided with many outlets to express their talents both within the curriculum and in addition to it. These include: Easter Arts Festival, School Musicals, Chapel Band, Art Exhibitions, Rock Eisteddfod, Music Concerts, Open Day, Carnival Day, Awards Nights and Presentation Nights. King’s students have a history of success when competing in visual and performing arts competitions. Sport and PE are integrated into the weekly timetable at King’s. Sport is a vehicle to develop character, self-discipline and leadership. King’s participates in the Associated Private School (APS) competition which allows students to compete against other Gold Coast schools in a wide range of sports. King’s students are frequently selected for regional, state and sometimes national representational honours. As part of our commitment to providing a well rounded education, our co-curricular program is part of every student’s schedule. Each rotation, students will select an activity from approximately 40 options. These activities cover areas such as performing arts, aspects of personal development,

environmental improvement and physical activities. A full list of options is available in a separate document. The development of character is key to a person’s success in life. Such is our conviction of this, that the development of our students’ character is woven into every aspect of school life. Our Christian Living program aims to not only help students grow in their knowledge of God, but also to develop Christ-like character traits that are demonstrated through their actions and attitudes. Many opportunities are provided for student leadership, both in formal leadership roles, and informally during every day activities. Each student in Years 10 - 12 studies a Certificate III in Christian Ministry. A key element of this course is a practical component where students serve at their own church or for a community service organisation. Chapel Services are integral to the King’s personal development program. Students participate in and sometimes run, weekly chapel services that are overseen by our chaplaincy staff. Our chaplaincy staff work with teachers to ensure that students receive excellent instruction and ongoing support of the highest quality.


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At King’s, we see our role as forming partnerships with parents to educate and facilitate the growth of their children. As part of this partnership with home, the College offers students a range of services. pastoRal caRe We are conscious of the significant influence a school has on each student’s growth and development. However, we see ourselves in partnership with parents, deferring to them as the most important people in the life of their sons and daughters. Our pastoral care program aims to guide the development of Christian character within each child across the College. Our chaplaincy staff work with students in small groups and individually and can provide more information on the program. text books The cost of hiring textbooks required by High School students is covered by the annual consumable fee. Text books are available from our Student Services department during normal school hours.

unifoRms The wearing of the correct school uniform is compulsory. King’s uniforms are available for purchase from the Uniform Store on campus. The Uniform Store is open on school days. It is also usually open prior to the beginning of the school year. For specific opening hours, please refer to the College website. A price list is available from the Uniform Store and a guide is available on the College web site. The Uniform Store accepts payment by cash, EFTPOS and credit card. bus seRvice King’s operates a fleet of modern school buses for the exclusive use of our students. College buses provide the convenience for busy parents and those living long distances from campus, of transporting their children to and from school each day. A network of routes covers most areas of the Gold Coast.

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More detailed information regarding the routes is available at www.kingscollege.qld.edu.au. The buses are used exclusively by King’s students so that parents can be assured that safety and supervision of their children can be closely monitored. These buses also provide the added bonus of ready and inexpensive transport of our students to school excursions, performances, sporting competitions and carnivals. Bus fares are outlined on the Fee Schedule. These costs will be included on the fee statement each term. outsiDe school houRs caRe Two Outside School Hours Care programs are available at King’s. The first is a Before School Care and After School Care program for children up to the age of 9. The second provides After School Care only, for children from Year 1 to the age of 15. Vacation Care is available during school holidays. Please contact the Early Learning Programs office (07 5587 7640) for specific details regarding these programs. canteen The College canteen is available for students during breaks in the school day. In the Primary School, canteen orders are placed at the beginning of the day and brought to the classroom. The canteen menu offers healthy

options for students and the latest menu is available on the College web site. clinic The school clinic is centrally located on the campus with easy access from every department. A nurse is on-site during school hours. The clinic is designed to cater for situations that arise during the school day. It is also part of the School’s policy that all medication is dispensed from the clinic. Please be aware that the clinic is not intended to provide on-going treatment for medical conditions that originate outside the school. caReeRs A full-time Career Pathways Officer is employed at the College. The Career Pathways Officer helps students make informed career decisions by educating and equipping students with relevant and current career information.


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At King’s we endeavour to expose our students to as broad a range of experiences as possible. Our extensive co-curricular program broadens horizons and teaches life skills that will help lay the foundations of their lives. aRt King’s Christian College offers students a progressive and creative experience in Visual Art. Students not only learn about the use of art materials and methods in Visual Art, they learn to develop a confidence in their own creative abilities. This creative confidence is developed by engaging students in tasks that give them an understanding of the techniques in a creative process. These techniques and experiences are guided by the teacher until Year 10. In the senior years of Visual Art, students have the opportunity to express their ability to conceive and actuate their own creative vision with the teacher taking the role of mentor. Digital Art also forms part of the curriculum. Digital Art students have access to an Apple Mac lab with the latest equipment, that will enable them to explore this modern medium through video or still images.

There are several venues on the Gold Coast that display the work of Visual Art students as well as a range of internal opportunities in the form of exhibitions held at school. Events on the annual school calendar that allow students to display their skills in Visual Art include: Easter Arts Festival, The Senior Art Exhibition, Open Day, Awards Evenings and on display in the College library throughout the year. For students with a creative vision, Visual Art at King’s is a progressive environment for them to learn about the almost limitless ways that imagination can contort and capture the world in which we live. Visual Art offers students the skills and the arena by which to expressively respond to their environment. DRama Primary School Drama opportunities are found in integrated studies, co-curricular activities, Chapel performances and musical productions. Drama in the High School is offered to students from Year 8 through to Year 12.

Students are exposed to many opportunities to exhibit their work during their years at King’s.

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The study of Drama involves a balanced exploration of world and Australian drama, scripted and group devised plays, improvisation and polished performance and a comprehensive research of the history and current methods of theatre and performance styles. Drama encourages the development of • creative, critical, imaginative and inventive thinking • disciplined working • the ability to work alone or in groups • self-motivation • being open to new experiences • oral communication • the ability to see things through to completion • the exploration of ideas Throughout the year, there are many opportunities for public drama performances including: Easter Arts Festival, School Musicals, Rock Eisteddfod, Music Concerts, Open Days, Carnival Day, Awards Evenings, Presentation Nights and others. spoRt The PE program from Prep to Year 2 provides specific activities aimed at improving each student’s physical development, personal health, general fitness and well-being. Activities include fundamental movement and motor skills (ie hopping, jumping), dance and rhythmic movements, game skills and perceptual motor skills.

From Years 3 - 7, the aim is to develop a positive attitude towards physical activity, improvement in individual fitness levels, the instruction of motor skills required for participation in sporting activities and the encouragement of sportsmanship and team sport participation. A wide variety of sports are included in the curriculum. Swimming, newcombeball, volleyball, running games and skills, soccer, t-ball, softball, team relays, royal life, recreational games, netball, European handball, athletics, touch football, cricket, sailing, basketball, Aussie rules, gymnastics and hockey are examples of the range of sports available to students. High School sport aims to facilitate the maturation of the individual by providing a range of experiences in both individual and team sports. Character development, self-discipline and perseverance are corner stones of our program which also aims to develop individuals who are effective community members. A wide range of sports are played in the High School including swimming, athletics, volleyball, soccer, tennis, hockey, rugby, netball, cricket, basketball, touch and more. Both the Primary and High Schools participate in the Associated Private Schools (APS) competition. There are also representative teams students can trial for that have the potential to take students though to regional, state and national levels in their chosen sport.


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clubtastic | co-cuRRiculaR primary Within the Primary Clubtastic program, the children are given a wide and varied range of options including: athletics, adventure activities, boxing, sports rush, surfing, tennis, golf, ice skating, chapel band, chess, puzzle club, dance, sport activities, introductory guitar, multimedia computer group, orienteering, robotics, folk art, scrapbooking, cooking, needlework & patchwork, drums alive, drama, personal development & grooming, acrylic painting, and horse riding. The aim is to have a program that is interesting and enjoyable, providing opportunities for the children to experience activities that are either an extension of classroom experiences or those in which they will find satisfaction and success.

high school As part of our commitment to providing a holistic, well-rounded and balanced education, the High School operates a cocurricular program as part of its regular weekly schedule. This program is designed to deliver a variety of exciting educational, creative and fun activities that allow students to participate in and appreciate various performing arts, aspects of personal development, environmental improvement and physical activities.

Students have the opportunity to develop new interests and skills, as well as being able to undertake activities that build on current interests and skills. In some cases, students are offered the opportunity to explore a number of activities that may have been out of their reach for financial reasons or time constraints. As a result of these opportunities, students have the opportunity to grow in confidence, socially, culturally and academically. Students undertake at least two activities per year and activities include scuba diving, cooking classes, various fitness programs, surfing instruction, animal care courses, craft, golf instruction, public speaking courses, model building, Latin and ballroom dance, Bible study, rock climbing, computer courses, candle making, first aid courses, archery, hip hop dance and community service. The list is quite extensive - with approximately 40 choices offered each term for Years 8 and 9 and up to 50 choices for Years 10, 11 and 12. The activities offered change each term to account for student interests and to take advantage of newly offered opportunities. music Music is a classroom subject from Prep to Year 12. In the early years it is taught in a sequential and developmentally appropriate aural manner. Learning Music in this way has been shown to enhance mathematical as well as language abilities across the curriculum.


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Throughout the year, there are many opportunities to become involved in extra-curricular music: choirs and bands perform regularly for chapel and college events, participate in eisteddfods and enjoy workshops. Both the Primary and the High School regularly produce musicals and organise activities such as ‘Battle of the Bands’. All students have the opportunity for private music lessons with music tutors studying musicianship, piano, voice, guitar, wind, strings, drums and percussion. From Year 4, group lessons are available on instruments supplied by the school, and students may join a band or a string group. Additional fees apply for private and group lessons. Dance Dance is a Board subject offered to students from Year 8 to 12. It is a fun and exciting program in which students are encouraged to participate in a cooperative and supportive environment. Students are able to develop their abilities through class activities as well as through events such as school based performances and external competitions. Students are also given the opportunity to experience live theatre performances and to critically review the work of others. Three techniques are learned: Choreography - in which students create and perform their own dance work; performance - usually a teacher-devised sequence, in which students are encouraged to engage in

class choreography with the teacher; and appreciation - a combination of oral and written tasks such as critiques and reviews of live and video performances. King’s also offers Dance classes to students in Years 2 to 10 outside of school time. Dance is a challenging yet enjoyable activity for students of all ages. It encourages physical activity and fitness for life.


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“Within a nurturing Christian community we aim to develop confident, competent citizens who can positively and purposefully contribute to society.” Discipline “Discipline is useful only if it produces the fruit of responsible behaviour and the restoration of relationships” We commend those who do the right thing, and set fair boundaries for behaviour. Students and parents give us the right to enforce the boundaries which have been set. Discipline is a lifelong process. The relationship between school and home is a vital part of this process and relies on open communication. Support between school and home reinforces the behaviour management programs that are devised for individual students.

At all levels the school has supported charities such as World Vision’s ‘40 hour famine,’ Guide Dogs for the Blind, the Salvation Army street appeal, selling Anzac Day badges and others. High School and Primary students have served people in aged care and those who are physically and mentally challenged through involvement with the Crossroads Ministries services. Working parties have been sent overseas as well as to Western Queensland. camps School camps begin at Year 3 with a sleepover in the College grounds. They challenge and broaden students’ horizons. Often, camps create some of the most memorable moments of students’ experiences at school. The Year 7 trip to Canberra is commonly recalled by students long after they leave school.

social Responsibility In both Primary and High School, students are made aware of their responsibility as an individual in the community and at home.

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Students are instilled with an awareness that the choices they make affect not only themselves but others around them. Their behaviour in class, representing the school in various teams, courtesy to visitors, even taking notes home, are part of being a responsible member of the school community.

3. Learning about others and self in an informal setting

Understanding the important role the school plays in the wider community is a vital component in helping young people grow to be socially responsible.

1. Christian growth 2. Bonding and ‘team’ development with peers and teachers

4. Learning to live in harmony with others 5. Extending beyond comfort zone 6. Developing self concept and self discipline 7. Instilling year level pride 8. Identifying with school ethos and developing school pride 9. Learning through natural consequences 10. Upholding the image of the school via best behaviour


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chaplaincy “Chapel services are an integral part of the King’s personal development program.” Our Primary and High School Chaplains work closely with staff and teachers to ensure that our students receive excellent instruction and ongoing support of the highest quality. Students attend weekly Chapel services, enjoying messages from a variety of speakers relevant to their age and stage of spiritual growth. In addition, opportunities are provided for small group sessions eg, ‘Seasons’ (grief support program); one-toone counselling and regular classroom visits including Biblical Studies lessons. Our classes begin each day with prayer and devotions, but every aspect of the curriculum is presented from a distinctly Christian worldview; instilling Godly values and attitudes that will benefit our students for a lifetime. Various mission activities give students the opportunity to practically express their faith and love for the Lord. chRistian living The college is proud of its Christian ethos, with students greatly benefiting from its strong pastoral emphasis. The Christian Living Program is an integrated part of the overall education curriculum at King’s (Students in Years 10 - 12 study a Certificate III in Christian Ministry.) Each teacher is responsible not only for the formal instruction of the program, but also to impart the spirit of the program. Age-appropriate discussions and instruction help students grow in their knowledge about

God and His amazing grace towards each one of us. As a Christian school we are not shy about bringing God into the classroom and promoting each person’s relationship with Jesus Christ as the single most important issue s/he will face in life. An important part of the Christian life is our behaviour towards others. We expect respect in all inter-personal relationships. The staff integrates rewards into the overall behaviour management program. We honour diligence, civility, honesty and respect for private property. leaDeRship “Training every student to be a person of influence” All children are encouraged to be leaders through responsible Christian character that shows in their behaviour, attitudes and work habits. Students are encouraged to take leadership roles throughout their primary and secondary years. The additional responsibilities develop their skills and confidence as they grow in Christian character. In Primary, a ‘buddy’ system allows older students to mentor and act as a role model for younger ones. In Secondary, seniors take on ambassadorial roles. Across all grades, leadership opportunities exist in a range of day to day aspects of College life, in addition to the House system, team sports and Chapel Worship.


EnrolmEnt ProcEdurE

2. Once we receive your information, one of our staff will contact you to arrange a suitable time for an interview to discuss your application.

Contained in this Prospectus pack is: • Fee Schedule • Application Form • A covering letter informing you of the relevant information you need to send back to the College. If you have any questions regarding the Application Form, the additional information mentioned in the letter or anything regarding the enrolment application process, please phone us on 07 5587 7600 or email admin@kingscollege.qld.edu.au. 1. Please complete the application form and return it to the College together with a $50 application fee and the documents below: a. A personal reference from your church pastor or minister, or some other notable person. This may include the Principal of the school the prospective student is currently attending. b. Copies of recent school reports. c. Copy of the child’s Birth Certificate.

(NB: For applications made a number of years in advance, the interview will take place in the 12 months prior to the planned enrolment date. See over for our Enrolment Policy.) 3. After the interview you will receive written notification of the outcome of the interview. If your application is successful, this letter will also include details on obtaining uniforms and textbooks. Parents of students who commence at the beginning of the academic school year will receive a letter outlining uniform, textbook and first day activity details. You are welcome to contact our friendly staff at any time to help you obtain further information or guide you through the enrolment process. More information about King’s Christian College is available on our web site www.kingscollege.qld.edu.au

d. Copies of any other reports that are relevant to the application.

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EnrolmEnt PolIcY

Enrolment applications will only be accepted if they are accompanied by: • A completed application form

In grades where the number of applicants received is greater than places available, preference is given to:

• A copy of the child’s Birth Certificate

1. Children currently enrolled in Noah’s Ark Pre School and Child Care Centre

• Copies of recent school reports (if applicable)

2. Siblings of students already in the College

• Copies of any other reports that are relevant to the application eg: reports from specialists, special assistance requirements etc.

3. Enrolment applications accompanied by a reference from a Pastor.

• A personal reference from your Church Pastor / Minister or other notable person. • The application fee of $50. Enrolment into the College is not confirmed until completion of an enrolment interview. Enrolment interviews take place in the 12 months prior to the expected starting date. Firm enrolments are offered to families who support the College ethos; to students whose development is appropriate to their age and grade applied for; and confirmed once payment of an enrolment deposit of $300 is made.

King’s Christian College P R E P A R I N G

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Click to fill out form $50 non-refundable application fee MUST accompany this form.

STUDENT DETAILS ENROLMENT SOUGHT FOR YEAR LEVEL:

STARTING YEAR:

Surname:

Christian Names:

Preferred Name: Residential Address:

Postcode:

Current School: Date of Birth (A copy of Birth Certificate or Extract must be provided). Applicant’s Country of Birth Aboriginal/ Torres Strait Islander:

Yes

No

Family Church you regularly attend: Denomination: Is your family actively involved in the Church? Pastor: Pastor reference attached:

Yes

No Contact No:

Yes

No

Gender M

F


King’s Christian College Click to fill out form KING’S AFFILIATION Are parents past students of King’s

Mother

Graduating Year

Father

Graduating Year

Has this applicant any siblings who currently attend, may be enrolled in the future or are past students of the College? Name:

D.O.B.

Current

Future

Past

Name:

D.O.B.

Current

Future

Past

Name:

D.O.B.

Current

Future

Past

FAMILY DETAILS It is appreciated that applicants’ family backgrounds differ widely. The following information is sought as part of the College’s pastoral care and to avoid errors in the mailing of accounts and correspondence. STUDENT RESIDES WITH (Please tick relevant box) Mother & Father

Mother

Father

Grandparents

Legal Guardians

MARITAL STATUS (Please tick relevant box) Single

Married

Widowed

Divorced

Separated

Defacto

BIRTH PARENTS FATHER Title

Mr

Dr

Living with child?

Surname:

Christian Name:

Home Phone:

Business Phone:

Email address:

Mobile Phone:

Current occupation:

Place of work:

Residential Address:

Postal Address (if different from above): Religion: Country of Citizenship:

Birth Country:

Yes

No


Click to fill out form MOTHER Title

Mrs

Dr

Ms

Miss

Living with child?

Surname:

Christian Name:

Home Phone:

Business Phone:

Email address:

Mobile Phone:

Current occupation:

Place of work:

Yes

No

Residential Address:

Postal Address (if different from above): Religion:

Birth Country:

Country of Citizenship

OTHER CAREGIVERS/GUARDIANS If your child is not living with both the birth father and mother at the one address, the following must be completed: Details relating to caregivers who are not birth parents, but who live with the child: FIRST PRIMARY CAREGIVER Stepfather

Stepmother

Other

Title

Dr

Ms

Mr

Mrs

Relationship Miss

Surname:

Christian Name:

Home Phone:

Business Phone:

Email address:

Mobile Phone:

Current occupation:

Place of work:

Residential Address: Postal Address (if different from above):

Religion:

Birth Country:

Country of Citizenship:

King’s Christian College: 68 Gemvale Road, Reedy Creek 4227. CRICOS Provider No 00341A [p] 07 5587 7600 [e] kcc@kingscollege.qld.edu.au [w] www.kingscollege.qld.edu.au


King’s Christian College Click to fill out form SECOND PRIMARY CAREGIVER Stepfather

Stepmother

Title

Dr

Mr

Mrs

Other Ms

Relationship Miss

Surname:

Christian Name:

Home Phone:

Business Phone:

Email address:

Mobile Phone:

Current occupation:

Place of work:

Residential Address: Postal Address (if different from above):

Religion:

Birth Country:

Country of Citizenship:

FAMILY MATTERS (if applicable)

Copies of Parenting Court Order/ Parental Agreement must be supplied. Please attach. Please inform the College of any changes to Court Orders/ Parent Agreement. Is there a Family Court Residential Order (Custody)?

Yes

No

Is there a Family Care and Protection Order?

Yes

No

Are there Parental Agreements in place? E.g. Where student resides, if yes provide details

Yes

No

LANGUAGE

Principle language SPOKEN at home Language/s other than English HEARD at home? Language/s other than English WRITTEN at home?

EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

List all schools/pre-schools. Please forward previous 2 years’ school reports (not required for entry to Prep) – originals or copies (originals will be returned). SCHOOL

YEAR

YEAR LEVEL


Click to fill out form Have you advised your present school that you are leaving?

Yes

No

Contact person at that school: Do you have any outstanding fees owing?

Yes

Has the applicant repeated a year at school?

No

Yes

No

If yes, year repeated: Reason: Have there been behavioural concerns at another school?

Yes

No

Please Specify: Has the applicant received any of the following? (Please tick (✓), give details and note when and where.) Gifted and Talented Assistance: Remedial Assistance: ESL Assistance: Professional Assessment for Learning Difficulties: Personal Counselling: Does the applicant have any impairment that may affect his/her circumstances at the College? Hearing

Eyesight

Behavioural

Physical

Speech/Language

Yes

No

Psychological

Other

A copy of any professional report must be provided. Does the applicant have any physical impairment that may affect his/her involvement in physical education or sport? Yes

No

Please Specify: Has the applicant been ascertained for academic problems or learning difficulties? Choose a level level from the menu menu a Level Choose 1 2 from 3 the 4

5

Yes

No

6

Approximate date of Ascertainment: School: Copy of reports must be attached.

King’s Christian College: 68 Gemvale Road, Reedy Creek 4227. CRICOS Provider No 00341A [p] 07 5587 7600 [e] kcc@kingscollege.qld.edu.au [w] www.kingscollege.qld.edu.au


King’s Christian College Click to fill out form Is the applicant required to be included in the College’s Learning Support Program/Unit? Yes I/we

No

give permission for King’s Christian College

to contact schools previously attended by my/our child to request the release and forwarding of files and information pertaining to my child. Signature/s

APPLICANT’S INTERESTS AND OTHER ACTIVITIES SPORT MUSIC Instrumental Vocal

Currently Learning

Length of Time:

Years Months

Instrument:

ACADEMIC

LOCAL EMERGENCY CONTACTS (other than parents) Name

Telephone

Relationship

1. 2.

PAYMENT OF FEES

• In order to keep fees at a modest level, and at the same time provide much needed facilities for the future, it is an expectation that parents will honour their fee obligations. • Should you ever need to discuss financial issues, please contact the Business Manager. • Fees will not be allowed to accumulate. • I/We understand that all costs incurred from any debt recovery actions will be paid by me/us. • I/We consent to the College obtaining a financial report about my/our credit worthiness from relevant credit agencies and former schools attended by/our child/children. • Upon acceptance and prior to commencement, a once only family enrolment fee of $300.00 is due and payable. • Written notice of one full term, or payment of one term’s fees in lieu of notice, is required if your child leaves the college (eg, not less than 10 full school weeks or one full term).


Click to fill out form FEE PAYER DETAILS Surname:

Initials:

Billing Address: Email Address: Relationship to student: Signature/s Payment Options: Yearly (discount applies) Per-Term (discount applies) Monthly

Fortnightly

Weekly

Payment Methods: B-Pay

Direct Debit

Credit Card Other fees: High School Co-curricular, Primary Club-tastics, Music, Dance, High school levies (term 1) and bus are charged separately to school fees.

OFFICE USE ONLY Account:

House:

Student Code :

Application fee date received:

Bus Number:

Medical form received

Birth Certificate (copied)

Reports

Enrolment fee paid

Passport (copied)

References

Interviewed by: Date commenced: Departure date: Comments:

This file must be kept until:

King’s Christian College: 68 Gemvale Road, Reedy Creek 4227. CRICOS Provider No 00341A [p] 07 5587 7600 [e] kcc@kingscollege.qld.edu.au [w] www.kingscollege.qld.edu.au


King’s King’s Christian Christian College College King’s Christian College: 68 Gemvale Road, Reedy Creek 4227. CRICOS Provider No 00341A King’s Christian College: 68 Gemvale Road, Reedy Creek[w] 4227. CRICOS Provider No 00341A [p] 07 5587 7600 [e] kcc@kingscollege.qld.edu.au www.kingscollege.qld.edu.au King’s Christian College: 68 Gemvale Road, Reedy Creek 4227. CRICOS Provider No 00341A [p] 07 5587 7600 [e] kcc@kingscollege.qld.edu.au [w] www.kingscollege.qld.edu.au [p] 07 5587 7600 [e] kcc@kingscollege.qld.edu.au [w] www.kingscollege.qld.edu.au

Click to fill out form

CONDITIONS OF ENROLMENT CONDITIONS ENROLMENT For the Parents/Legal OF Guardians of the Student: CONDITIONS ENROLMENT For the Parents/Legal OF Guardians of the Student: For the Parents/Legal Guardians of the Student:

Student Name: Student Name: Student Name: Account Code: Account Code: Account Code:

Parents’/Guardians’ Names: Parents’/Guardians’ Names: I/We, the undersigned, being the parent/s or legal guardian/s of the student named in this application are applying for a place for my/our son/daughter at King’s Parents’/Guardians’ Names:

Christian In thebeing consideration of this application, I/weof jointly and severally and agreeare toapplying the following terms:for my/our son/daughter at King’s I/We, the College. undersigned, the parent/s or legal guardian/s the student namedundertake in this application for a place I/We, the College. undersigned, being the parent/s or legal guardian/s of the student named inweek this application for ainplace forthey my/our son/daughter King’s Christian In to thebe consideration of this application, I/we jointly andthan severally undertake toapplying thearranged, following terms: 1. I/We undertake responsible for and to pay tuition fees no later the first ofand the agree term,are or as which are charged and allatother Christian College. as In they the consideration ofcircumstances this application, I/we jointly andthis severally undertake andundertake agree to the following terms: fees charged fall due. Where prevent meeting commitment, I/we to enter formal alternative arrangements as soon as 1. I/We undertake to be responsible for and to pay tuition fees no later than the first week of the term, or as arranged, in which they are charged and all other possible but no later than theWhere first for week 1. I/We undertake to befall responsible andoftothat payterm. tuition feesmeeting no later than the first week I/we of the term, or as in which they are charged and other fees charged as they due. circumstances prevent this commitment, undertake toarranged, enter formal alternative arrangements asall soon as as they fall Where circumstances prevent I/we undertake to enterwithout formal alternative arrangements as soonbyas possible but no later every thandue. the firstwill week of thattoterm. 2. fees I/Wecharged undertake that effort be made ensure thatmeeting my/our this childcommitment, will not be absent from the College leave of absence being granted possible butand no later than the first week of that term. that every the term dates, as advertised by thethat College willchild be adhered absent being granted may forfeit forby 2. the I/WeCollege undertake that effort will be made to ensure my/our will notto. beStudents absent from the without College leave without leave of absence being credit granted assessments missed their absence. 2. I/We undertake that every effort will be made to ensure my/our will notto. beStudents absent from the without College leave without leave of absence being credit granted the College and that during the term dates, as advertised by thethat College willchild be adhered absent being granted may forfeit forby the that during the dates, asagree advertised the College be College adheredno to.later Students leave being granted forfeit for that missed their absence. 3. assessments If myCollege child isand to leave the term school, I/we to giveby written noticewill to the than absent the firstwithout day of the term at the end ofmay which it is credit intended assessments missed during absence. should it istheir intended that he/she during term, no the laterfirst than the preceding term,that or 3. he/she If my child is toleave; leave or theif school, I/we agree to give should writtenleave noticethe to College the College no alater than day offirst the day termofatthe theimmediately end of which it is intended paychild one feesor iniflieu such 3. Ifto my isterm’s toleave; leave the school, I/wenotice. agree to give should writtenleave noticethe to College the College no alater than day offirst the day termofatthe theimmediately end of which it is intended he/she should it is of intended that he/she during term, no the laterfirst than the preceding term,that or he/she should leave; iflieu it is of intended that should leave theto College during as a term, no later than the first day of theand immediately preceding payfully one term’s fees such 4. to I/We support theorin Christian valuesnotice. of thehe/she College and subscribe the teaching set forth in the College prospectus agree to my/our childterm, or to pay one term’s in lieufaith of such notice. academic, dress and disciplinary regulations as may be instituted by the Principal and leadership of the College to the fees College’s assignments; 4. submitting I/We fully support the Christian values of the College and subscribe to the teaching as set forth in the College prospectus and agree to my/our child from fully timesupport tototime. 4. submitting I/We the Christian of the College anddress subscribe to the teaching as set forth in the College prospectus and agree to my/our child the College’s faithvalues assignments; academic, and disciplinary regulations as may be instituted by the Principal and leadership of the College submitting the faith academic, dress and disciplinary regulations as may institutedand by the of the tototime. 5. from It is a time condition of College’s enrolment thatassignments; parents support the College behaviour management policy andbe procedures thatPrincipal studentsand areleadership not involved in College from time to behaviour in time. or out of school that damage the school or reputation. 5. It is a condition of enrolment parents support thecommunity College behaviour management policy and procedures and that students are not involved in 5. It is a undertake condition of parents support the College behaviour management policy andofprocedures are not involved in in or out of school that damage the school community or reputation. 6. behaviour I/We to enrolment support and work in cooperation with the College promoting the best interest all studentsand andthat thestudents College Community. behaviour in or out of school that damage the school community or reputation. 6. support in cooperation thethe College promoting theofbest of all students and the College Community. 7. I/We undertake understandtoand agreeand thatwork the College does notwith insure student’s property anyinterest description. 6. I/We undertake to support and work in cooperation with the College promoting the best interest of all students and the College Community. 7. and agree that the College does the student’s propertyLending of any description. 8. I/We understand have read, understand and agree to abide bynot the insure conditions of the Textbook Scheme and the Library Lending Scheme. I/We also empower 7. I/We and agree that the does notthe insure the student’s property of Textbook any description. King’sunderstand Christian to receive onCollege my/our behalf, Queensland State Secondary Allowance. 8. I/We have read, College understand and agree to abide by the conditions of the Textbook Lending Scheme and the Library Lending Scheme. I/We also empower 8. read, understand and agree to abide by the conditions of the Textbook Scheme and the Library Lending Scheme. I/We also empower King’s Christian College to receive on my/our behalf, the Queensland State Secondary Textbook Allowance. 11. I/We I/We have agree to abide by and encourage my/our child to abide by the conditions of Lending enrolment detailed here. King’s Christian College to receive on my/our behalf, the Queensland State Secondary Textbook Allowance. 11. I/We agree to abide by and encourage my/our child to abide by the conditions of enrolment detailed here. 12. I/we confirm I/we have given complete disclosure of my child’s history and will update the College with any changes that would affect the quality of 11. I/We agreethe to abide by and encourage my/our child to abide by the conditions of enrolment detailed here. education College able to provide. 12. I/we confirm I/we haveisgiven complete disclosure of my child’s history and will update the College with any changes that would affect the quality of 12. I/we confirm I/we have given complete ofcurricular, my child’ssporting history and update the College any changes thatapproval would affect qualitysuch of as education the College is able to provide. 13. The student will participate in all normaldisclosure devotional, andwill extracurricular activitieswith conducted with the of thethe College, education the College is able to provide. work-experience and College excursions andcurricular, functions.sporting and extracurricular activities conducted with the approval of the College, such as 13. The student will participate in camps, all normal devotional, 13. The willtoparticipate in all devotional, extracurricular conducted the approval of the suchofas and College excursions andcurricular, functions. 14. work-experience Withstudent reference the above orcamps, in normal the case of an emergency notsporting coveredand by the above, I/weactivities consent to my child with travelling by College busCollege, or any form work-experience and College camps, excursions and functions.in the reasonable opinion of the College to be necessary or desirable. publicreference or privatetotransport suchcase transport is considered 14. With the abovewhere or in the of an emergency not covered by the above, I/we consent to my child travelling by College bus or any form of 14. With totransport the abovewhere or in the of aninemergency notincovered by theitabove, I/we consent to my child travelling College bus or any form of or private suchcase transport iswhich considered theconsiders reasonable opinion of the College to to be necessary or by desirable. 15. public In thereference event of any medical emergency arising the College impossible or impractical communicate with the undersigned parents/ public or private transport transport is of considered insuffering the reasonable opinion of but the will College to be necessaryfor orthe desirable. guardians, will where take allsuch reasonable a student accident or illness not be responsible costs any ambulance, 15. In the eventthe of College any medical emergency arisingcare in which the College considers it impossible or impractical to communicate with theofundersigned parents/ medical or the dental or treatment administered theCollege student in such event, willbut it be responsible directly orfor indirectly forofundersigned any or omission 15. guardians, In the event of College anyattention medical emergency arising in which the considers it impossible or impractical communicate with the parents/of will take all reasonable care of a to student suffering accident or nor illness will not be to responsible the costs anyact ambulance, any medical orCollege dental practitioner or medical officer or treating the event, student including attention College nursing staff. guardians, will take all reasonable care ofattending a to student suffering accident or nor illness will not be provided responsible the costs any ambulance, medical or the dental attention or treatment administered the student in such willbut it be responsible directlybyorfor indirectly forofany act or omission of or dental attention or treatment administered to student in such nor will it beattention responsible directlybyorCollege indirectly for any act or omission of any dental practitioner or medical officer attending or treating the event, student including provided nursing staff. 16. medical I/Wemedical agree toorthe use of my/our child’s photo or details forthe College publications. any medical or dental practitioner or medical officer attending or treating the student including attention provided by College nursing staff. 16. I/We agree to the use of my/our child’s photo or details for College publications. 17. In this agreement the expression ‘Principal’ includes any Acting Principal or his delegate for the time being carrying out the duties of or exercising the 16. I/We agreeoftothe thePrincipal use of my/our child’sby photo Principal or details forthe College publications. authority as delegated Governing Board. 17. In this agreement the expression ‘Principal’the includes anyorActing Principal or his delegate for the time being carrying out the duties of or exercising the 17. In this agreement the expression ‘Principal’ includes any Acting Principal or his delegate for the time being carrying out the duties of or exercising the authority of the Principal as delegated by the Principal or the Governing Board. 18. I/We understand that all costs incurred from any debt recovery actions will be paid by me/us. authority of the Principal as delegated by the Principal or the Governing Board. 18. I/We understand that all costs incurred from any debt recovery actions will be paid by me/us. 19. consent to the College obtaining a financial report about my/our credit worthiness from relevant credit agencies and former schools attended by our 18. I/We understand that all costs incurred from any debt recovery actions will be paid by me/us. child/children. 19. I/We consent to the College obtaining a financial report about my/our credit worthiness from relevant credit agencies and former schools attended by our 19. I/We agree consent the College obtaining a financial report about my/our creditthat worthiness from relevantthe credit agencies and former child/children. 20. I/We to to advise the College of previous or pending bankruptcy actions would compromise payments of College fees.schools attended by our child/children. 20. I/We agree to advise the College of previous or pending bankruptcy actions that would compromise the payments of College fees. 20. I/We agree to advise the College of previous or pending bankruptcy actions that would compromise the payments of College fees.

Signature of father/or legal guardian Signature of father/or legal guardian Signature of father/or legal guardian Signature of mother/or legal guardian Signature of mother/or legal guardian Signature of mother/or legal guardian Signature of person responsible for fees if not the above Signature of person responsible for fees if not the above Signature of person responsible for fees if not the above

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