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As you may be aware, there is still uncertainty around long term government funding for Catholic schools.  Indications are that federal government funding for education post 2017 will be linked to the Consumer Price Index (CPI), which historically has been much lower than the education inflation rate.  Funding growth linked to CPI will not meet increases in the real costs of schooling.

To maintain our current service levels we will need to increase diocesan tuition fees by 3%.  This increase will mean we can continue to fund important initiatives to improve student learning, including:

    * literacy and numeracy programs such as Focus 160, Reading Recovery, EMU, EM4 and
       professional learning for teachers and leaders to support the implementation of these
       programs
    * increasing support for students with disabilities, behavioural and emotional needs 
    * improving our learning spaces, technology and infrastructure
    * building new schools and expanding existing schools to cater for new places

Scholarships and fee arrangements
​We are committed to ensuring that ​no child will be refused enrolment due to a family's financial situation.  ​There are a range of scholarship and support programs to assist families including:

    * The Bishop Manning Scholarship Fund
    * Fee arrangements and discounts
    * The Byallawa co-contribution scheme for Indigenous families
    

Annual Diocesan Tuition Fees - 2017

Annual Diocesan Tuition Fee can be paid upfront at the start of the year or as three equal payments in Terms 1, 2 and 3.  Flexible payment plans are also available around weekly, fortnightly or monthly payments.  The fee is only charged for the first three (3) children currently enrolled in the diocese.  There is no additional Diocesan Tuition Fee for the fourth child attending a systemic school in the diocese or other participating Catholic schools.

The 2017 Annual and Term Diocesan Tuition Fees are as follows:

ANNUAL FEES No charge for 4th + children 1st child
100%
2nd child
75%
3rd child
50%
Primary Kindergarten $1,131 $  849 $567
Years 1 - 6 $1,461 $1,095 $732

 

TERM FEES      ​Charged in Terms 1, 2 & 3      1st child
100%
2nd child
75%
3rd child
50%
Primary Kindergarten $377 $283 $189
Years 1 - 6 $487 $365 $244

Annual Diocesan Building Levy - 2017

The Diocesan Building Levy enables us to continue to maintain all schools to a high standard, and ensure we can expand or build new schools in high growth areas.  To ensure this continues we will need to increase the building levy by $21 per family per year. 

The levy for 2017 will be $756 per family, payable in three equal instalments of $252 payable in terms one, two and three.

We continue to make every effort to contain educational costs and we do not take the decision to raise fees lightly.  If a school fee increase will be difficult for your family to manage, please contact your school principal.  ​We will provide every assistance to families in financial need.

Thank you for your ongoing support of Catholic education.


 

School-Based Fees

The fees set by Chisholm Catholic Primary School are as follows:

  • Resource Fee - $100.00 is charged for each child
  • Excursion Fee - $60.00 is charged for each child
  • Service Equipment Fee - $100.00 is charged per family
  • Fundraising Contribution Fee $60.00 is charged per family

Enrolment Fees - 2017

These are non-refundable and include upfront Application Fee and if successful an Enrolment deposit:

Non-Refundable Application Fee Enrolment Deposit
Primary $0 $100

Annual Diocesan Education Fee Temporary Residents - 2017

The Diocesan Education Fee Temporary Residents for 2017 ​is $1,869 per student, payable in three equal instalments of $623 in terms one, two and three.  ​The fee applies to new students on the following Visa numbers: 173, 401, 411, 415, 416, 418, 419, 420, 421, 422, 423, 426, 427, 428, 442, 457, 459, 476, 485, 497, 580, 600, 601, 651, 675, 676, 679, 685, 944, 956, 976 and 977 including where any of these are the preceding visas for families on bridging visas 010 to 090.  Families charged this fee in 2013 will continue to be charged on a per family basis to the eldest student whilst the family has continuous current students.


 

Contact the school office for further details regarding fees and making payments.

 
   
  
 

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You can contact Chisholm Primary Bligh Park by email or phone on 4587 8915 between 8:15 am and 3:45 pm.
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