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States Grants (Primary and Secondary Education A ssistan ce) Act 1992 Report on financial a ssista n c e granted to each State in resp ect of 19 9 3 Π ·

Departm ent of Employment, Education and Training

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE GRANTED TO EACH STATE IN RESPECT OF 1993

STATES GRANTS (PRIM ARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION ASSISTANCE) A C T 1992

pursuant to Section 118

of the States Grants (Primary and Secondary Education Assistance) Act 1992

Australian Government Publishing Service C anberra

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INTRODUCTION

The States Grants (Primary and Secondary Education Assistance) A ct 1992 provides the legislative basis for schools assistance programs administered by the Department of Employment, Education and Training in respect of the calendar year 1993. This Act specifies the funds to be provided and associated conditions set by the Commonwealth for government schools, non­ government schools and other eligible groups.

The 1992 Act received Royal Assent on 11 December 1992 and provided initial allocations for 1993. It was amended on 10 February 1994 to supplement allocations for price increases during 1993.

Section 118 of the Act requires the Minister to cause a report with respect to the financial assistance granted and other payments authorised under the Act to be laid before each House of Parliament as soon as practicable after 30 June 1994. This report provides a detailed breakdown of expenditure in 1993 from funds appropriated by the Act and a brief description of how funding was allocated in line with the objectives for Commonwealth programs for schools.

Funding is provided by the Commonwealth as part of its contribution to the national effort for Australian schooling and taken as a whole the programs represent an integrated approach by the Government to the funding of primary and secondary education.

Changes to this report relating to new programs for 1993 include:

The National Equity Program for Schools (NEPS) was established in 1992 following a review of options for broadbanding existing Commonwealth schools' equity programs. The NEPS replaces the separate Commonwealth programs with a single program incorporating four elements:

Access Element- English as a Second Language Component and Special Education Component; Equity Element- Disadvantaged Schools Component, Country Areas Component and Literacy and Learning Component; National Priorities Element- Country Areas National Component, Literacy and Learning National

Component, Students at Risk Component and Gifted and Talented Component; and the Incentives Element- Gender Equity Component and Students with Disabilities Component.

Not all amounts in this report have been the subject of certified statements at this time.

Figures in this report may not add to totals due to rounding or truncating.

The Schools and Curriculum Division administers all programs listed in this report. The report is prepared by officers in Data Services Section o f the Division.

FORMS OF FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

CAPITAL GRANTS PROGRAM

Grants for Capital Projects

The objectives of Commonwealth capital funding are the same as those for its general recurrent funding, but with particular emphasis on assisting schools serving disadvantaged students and with a concern to ensure that existing schools are not neglected.

In 1993 the Commonwealth provided a total of $271 058 000 for capital projects for government schools and a total of $129 150 000 for non-government schools under the Capital Grants Program.

The amount of $271 058 000 for government schools was distributed under the General, Secondary Support, and Secondary Refurbishment Elements of the Program under Sections 47 and 48 of the Act as block grants to government school systems in the States and Territories. This funding was allocated on the basis of each State's share of government school enrolments in the case of the General Element and of government secondary school enrolments in the case of the Secondary Support and Secondary Refurbishment Elements.

For non-government schools, an amount of $127 050 000 was distributed under the General (including 'One Nation'), Quality, Competencies and Technological Support and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Support (ATSIS) Elements under Section 53 of the Act. Of the total,

SI 768 761 was used towards the administrative expenses of Block Grant Authorities (EGAs). Funds to BGAs were distributed on the basis of the relative enrolments and general recurrent funding of their participating schools in the case of the General Element and the Quality, Competencies and Technological Support Element. Preference for 'One Nation' funds was given to projects in areas of high unemployment. ATSIS funds were allocated to schools primarily on the basis of the extent to which the projects benefited students of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background Project funds were fully committed and are being paid as projects progress.

BGAs determined priority for funding of school capital projects primarily on the basis of relative socio-economic need.

Funds totalling $2m were also provided to non-government hostels under the Hostels for Rural Students Non-Government Element under Section 53 of the Act.

A sum of $100 000 was provided and distributed under Section 53 of the Act to the Curriculum Corporation of Australia for library cataloguing services to non-government schools.

I he remaining 1992 undispersed funds of $7 983 under the National Pool arrangements were paid in 1993 The National Pool scheme ceased to operate from 1993.

I he 1992 undispersed funds of $119 131 under the hostels for Rural Students Joint Element of the Program were paid in 1993.

GENERAL RECURRENT GRANTS PROGRAM

Grants for General Recurrent Expenditure

The Commonwealth provided funds for general recurrent purposes under Section 49 for government schools and Section 55 for systemic and non-systemic non-government schools.

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The General Recurrent Grants Program is an integral part of the national effort to strengthen Australia's schools and underpins the Commonwealth objectives for schooling.

Funds were directed as far as possible to the program's priority areas and objectives, that is:

to better prepare the nation's young people to undertake post-school education and training, to participate successfully in the labour market and to contribute to and benefit from Australian society, by providing assistance to schools which aims to:

. maximise the competencies of students in key subject areas of learning:

. improve the participation and achievement of disadvantaged groups:

. broaden the educational experiences of girls, especially by increasing their participation and achievement in mathematics, science and technologically oriented subjects;

. encourage higher Year 12 student retention rates: and

. maximise the competence, efficiency and confidence of teachers.

Under agreements between the Commonwealth and the States and between the Commonwealth and non-government school authorities, the States and authorities were required to meet educational accountability obligations by complying with the requirements set out in the Administrative Guidelines. The 1993 Guidelines required authorities to participate in the 1993

National Report on Schooling in Australia including participating in sample studies and program evaluations as required by the Commonwealth.

Government Schools - funding of $854 584 834 was distributed as block grants to government school systems on a per capita basis for allocation to schools. The per capita grants to government schools in 1993 were $319 per primary student and $472 per secondary student.

Amounts paid depended upon actual enrolments in government schools on the schools' census day.

Non-government Schools - funding of $1 399 837 974 was distributed to non-government schools as per capita grants. School systems and independent schools were placed in one of twelve funding categories through a determination assessing financial need. Under normal circumstances, these funding categories were maintained throughout the 1993 program year

However, during 1990, the funding position of non-government schools for the four year period 1993-96 was reassessed based upon their finalised 1985-1988 financial data. Schools with two or less years of data were not reassessed and retained their existing funding category.

In assessing the appropriate funding category for a non-government school or system, the Education Resources Index (ERI) was used as the primary criterion of financial need. The ERI measures the income from private sources available to a school and compares this with a standard level of resources.

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The table below sets out per capita grants to non-government schools in 1993.

Category Primary

$

Secondary $

1 423 671

2 565 892

3 707 1 034

4 860 1 356

5 997 1 452

6 1 106 1 614

7 1 216 1 775

8 1 334 1 952

9 1 425 2 088

10 1 514 2 212

11 1 607 2 346

12 1 701 2 486

In 1993 an amount of $499 000 was provided under Section 59 of the Act in the form of Short Term Emergency Assistance for any non-government schools which, because of an unexpected event or circumstance, experienced severe, temporary, financial difficulty. Following assessment of applications an amount of $230 760 was allocated.

NATIONAL EQUITY PROGRAM FOR SCHOOLS

Grants to Facilitate Access to School Education

English as a Second Language (ESL) Component of the National Equity Program for Schools provides assistance for schools and education authorities to develop the English language competence of students of non-English speaking background. Competence in English is essential for students to participate effectively in Australian society. The ESL Component has two sub­ components: General Support and New Arrivals.

General Support Sub-Component assists with the provision of specialist services to improve the English language competence of ESL students who have reached a level which enables them to participate in mainstream classes. It also provides assistance to enable mainstream class teachers to be aware of and deal with the English language needs of ESL students in their classes. The C ommonwealth provided funding for this sub-component of $41 885 000 for government schools under Section 62 of the Act and $21 601 000 under Section 64 of the Act for non-government schools.

In 1993, the allocative index used to allocate General Support funds to the States and Territories was revised, using data from the 1991 national census. An important point to note is that the index recognised Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students as being from a non-English speaking background.

New Arrivals Sub-Component provides assistance on a per student basis for intensive English language programs for newly arrived students who have minimal or no English language skills. The Commonwealth provided funding of $29 754 182 under this sub-component for government schools under Section 63 of the Act and $3 996 709 under Section 65 of the Act for non-government schools.

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New Arrivals funds were allocated on the basis of actual enrolments of students requiring assistance. The per capita grant under the New Arrivals sub-component was $2 722.

Special Education Component - In 1993, the aim of this component was to improve the educational participation and outcomes of children with disabilities or children in residential care or institutions.

Under Section 107 of the States Grants (Primary and Secondary Education Assistance) Act funds can be transferred between the four different sub-components of the Special Education Component.

Schools Support Government Sub-Component - The Commonwealth provided funding of $26 301 000 under this sub-component as supplementary support on behalf of children with disabilities in government schools to assist with the provision of services to these children This funding was provided under Section 66 of the Act. Allocation of funds was based on each State's

share of school enrolments. The government schools to be supported were determined by the State or Territory education authority. An amount of $651 000 was transferred from the Schools Support Non-Government Sub-Component of the program to provide funds for the administration

costs o f the Special Education Coordinating Committees in each State.

Schools Support Non-Government Sub-Component - The Commonwealth provided $23 771 000 as supplementary support towards education services which provide special support for students with disabilities in non-government schools and those services which are essential to facilitate the access of these students to education in government and non-government schools.

This funding was provided under Section 67 of the Act. Allocation of funds was based on the States' share of the 0-18 years population. Recommendations on funding to schools and organisations in the non-government sector were made to the Commonwealth Minister by the Special Education Coordinating Committees in each State. An amount of $651 000 was transferred to the Schools Support Government Sub-Component of the program to provide funds for the administration costs of the Special Education Coordinating Committees in each State and

an amount of $10,000 was transferred to the Intervention Support Joint Sub-Component. An amount of $6,906 has not yet been paid and an amount of $3 529 was not committed.

Intervention Support Joint Sub-Component - The Commonwealth provided $16 726 000 to support education, therapeutic and other services which are essential for children with disabilities who are not enrolled in schools (young children with disabilities), children with severe disabilities and children (with and without disabilities) in residential care, and students in schools whose needs

are so great that they need assistance additional to that from the schools support non-government sub-component. This funding was provided under Section 68 of the Act. Recommendations for the distribution of funds under this sub-component for services in both the government and non­ government sectors are made by the Special Education Coordinating Committees in each State and

Territory to the State Minister for Education. The Commonwealth was informed of the approved allocation of funds. An amount of $10 000 was transferred to this sub-component from the Schools Support Non-Government Sub-Component.

Capital Support - Non-Government Sub-Component - Grants totalling $3 915 000 were provided under Section 69 of the Act. An amount of $1 549 067 was actually paid for projects in 1993 and an amount of $2 328 996 is held against commitments. An amount of $36 937 has not been committed. The balance of grant funds will be paid as projects progress. These funds were

provided to assist non-government special schools, regular schools and centres in the provision of capital facilities which are integral to programs designed to improve educational outcomes for children and students with disabilities. This sub-component was administered nationally on an application basis. A National Advisory Committee considered the applications with advice from the Special Education Coordinating Committees in each State and Territory.

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Grants to Promote Equity in School Education

Disadvantaged Schools Component is designed to assist those schools serving communities with the greatest degree and concentration of socio-economic disadvantage. In 1993 the objective of the component was to assist schools and school community groups improve the educational participation and achievement of young people disadvantaged by socio-economic circumstances.

In 1993, some 492 121 students were enrolled in 2 030 declared disadvantaged schools.

The Commonwealth provided $63 085 000 for this component in 1993, comprising $54 238 000 for government school systems and $8 847 000 for non-government systems and schools. Funds were made available under Section 70 of the Act for the government sector and Section 71 of the Act for the non-government sector.

Funds for the government and non-government school sectors were allocated in proportion to their share of enrolments indicated by the former Commonwealth Schools Commission's Index of Disadvantage compiled from national census data. State/Territory Ministers for Education were responsible for administration of the component in the government sector and for recommending government schools eligible for assistance to the Commonwealth Minister for Employment, Education and Training.

Following advice from the Non-Government Disadvantaged Schools Program Committees the Commonwealth Minister declared the disadvantaged non-government schools. Grants for these schools were authorised after submissions were received from the Committee.

The component is essentially school-based. Submissions were generated by individual schools and groups of schools, through committees with parent representation. Projects eligible for funding were in the following general categories:

curriculum innovation; basic skills; programs to develop the social, economic, political, organisational and technological knowledge and understanding necessary for students to function effectively in society; programs giving students access to, and opportunities to participate in, the expressive arts;

school/community interaction; documentation, evaluation and dissemination of project outcomes; professional development o f teachers, parents and community members associated with disadvantaged schools; and curriculum innovation.

Funding was used for both recurrent and minor capital purposes (i.e. projects not exceeding

The objective of the Country Areas General Component is to improve the educational participation and achievement o f students disadvantaged by restricted access to social, cultural and educational activities and services as a result of their geographic isolation. In 1993 some 148 892 students were eligible for assistance from 1 259 schools in prescribed country areas.

The Commonwealth provided $14 695 000 for the government and non-government sectors jointly under Section 72 of the Act to assist with upgrading primary and secondary education in prescribed country areas. The funding was allocated according to a formula that takes account of remoteness and the proportion of the population living in small settlements. $511 000 from the Country Areas General Component remained unallocated

in 1993 to offset expenditure under the Gender Equity Component.

The Commonwealth Minister was responsible for the declaration of new areas, and for variations to existing areas, on the advice of State Ministers. Only schools within a prescribed country area were eligible for assistance.

Funding was mainly project based, and administered through a three tier structure of State, local and area committees. Funding was provided for recurrent expenditure on approved projects and minor capital projects (ie: projects not exceeding $75 000).

Support was provided for activities which included:

. programs to develop social, political, economical, organisational and technological knowledge and understanding . developing curriculum programs; . reinforcing the positive aspects of rural life; . providing access and opportunities to participate in contemporary arts activities; . making imaginative use of local people and local industries in school programs;

. broadening students' understanding of potential occupational horizons; . finding new ways of overcoming isolation and extending curriculum offerings through sharing resources and facilities; and . documentation, evaluation and dissemination of activities.

The objective of the Literacy and Learning General Component was to assist junior secondary students use the language of major subject areas by strengthening the skills of teaching staff. Support was provided for the development of professional development programs and their delivery in those schools that have many disadvantaged students.

The Commonwealth provided $5 845 000 under this Component in 1993 under section 73 of the Act. $84 500 from the Literacy and Learning General Component remained unallocated in 1993 to offset expenditure under the Gender Equity Component. The allocation of funds to States was based on the number of disadvantaged students in that

State under the 1993 allocations for the Disadvantaged Schools Program. The Australian Capital Territory which does not have any declared disadvantaged secondary schools was ineligible to receive general component funding. Funds were provided in the form of block grants which were used for a variety of recurrent purposes associated with

professional development programs. These included producing and testing teaching manuals and setting up school-based in-service teams to facilitate staff development

State Ministers were responsible for allocating funds on the basis of recommendations made by a State Advisory Committee composed of representatives of government and non-government school authorities, parents and teachers.

Grants to Meet National Priorities

The objective of the Country Areas National Component is to increase the number of students in prescribed country areas completing 12 years of education and to expand the opportunities available to these school leavers. Also to improve levels of student achievement and reduce the incidence of gender bias in subject choice, particularly among

students from low socio economic backgrounds.

The Commonwealth provided $3 561 000 under section 74 of the Act. $561 000 from the Country Areas National Component remained unallocated in 1993 to offset expenditure under the Gender Equity Component.

The Commonwealth Minister approved projects to be funded on the basis of strategic plans with clearly defined goals and measurable outcomes supported by relevant data. Priority was given to projects which addressed one or more of the following:

. targeting of schools in prescribed country areas serving students from low socio economic backgrounds;

. using technology in cost efficient ways to widen access to mainstream curriculum and vocational programs;

. involving interstate, cross sector and inter school collaboration; and

. aiming to improve participation rates among girls in mathematics and science.

Literacy and Learning National Component fostered the development of language, literacy and learning particularly in the early years of schooling (K-3). Under this Element $1 669 000 was provided in 1993 under Section 75 of the Act and hands were managed by the Curriculum Corporation. $58 000 from the Literacy and Learning National Component remained unallocated in 1993 to offset expenditure under the Gender Equity Component. Funds were used to support the development of collaborative professional development programs and their delivery in those schools that have many disadvantaged students.

Five projects received funding under this component in 1993. Three of these approved projects involved Government systems in six States/Territories (New South Wales, Victoria the ACT, Western Australia, South Australia and Tasmania) and Catholic systems in four States/Territories (New South Wales, Victoria, Western Australia and South Australia)

These projects involved teachers, parents and tertiary educators working together for a common purpose of building a professional development program to encourage wider and more systematic applications o f learning principles and literacy teaching practices known to be effective in socio-economically disadvantaged school settings.

The two remaining projects were research based. One was a joint project by the Queensland Department of Education and Griffith University. The other was conducted by the Curriculum Corporation and involved data gathering in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities throughout Australia.

Through the Students at Risk (STAR) Component of the National Equity Program for Schools the Commonwealth provided funding assistance to schools targeting students who are 'most at risk' of not completing secondary school, with the aim of encouraging their continuation through a range of school-based projects at or in connection with government and non­ government schools. Students 'at risk' may be up to 19 years of age who are at risk of leaving

school, or who have already left school before completing Year 12 or equivalent, or whose level of achievement or behaviour at school is adversely affected by circumstances such as family dislocation, itinerancy, violence or abuse, homelessness, truancy or substance abuse.

All States and Territories except the Australian Capital Territory participated in STAR in 1993. The Commonwealth allocated funds to three school sectors in each eligible State on the basis of retention rates and junior secondary enrolments. Government, Catholic and independent sector education authorities were responsible for the administration of the component in their sectors, including developing proposals for the Commonwealth Minister's approval.

Projects could be described as falling into eleven principal categories:

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Behaviour Coordination Counselling Education

Independence Literacy Parent Involvement Staff Development

Transition Vocational Research.

The Commonwealth provided $7 252 000 for the Students at Risk Component in 1993, comprising $5 000 000 for government school systems and $2 009 000 for non-government systems and schools. Funds were made available under Section 76 of the Act for the government sector and Section 77 of the Act for the non-government sector. $243 000 from the STAR Component remained unallocated in 1993 to offset expenditure under the Gender Equity Component.

STAR commenced in 1990 but 1993 was the first year in which the component was funded through the States Grants legislation.

The objective of the Gifted and Talented Component is to assist schools and systems in enriching the learning experiences of gifted and talented students, particularly those who are disadvantaged by poverty, isolation, poor English proficiency, or by disability.

Funding under the Gifted and Talented Component is on a submission basis. State and Territory school systems and the non-government sector are invited each year to submit proposals for funding. Priority areas for funding for 1993 were: identification of students; professional development of teachers; and development of models of support for gifted and talented students.

Funds were made available under Section 78 of the Act. Total funding available for 1993 was $1 036 000 of which $960 500 was committed to a total of 21 projects. The balance of $75 500 was used to offset expenditure under the Gender Equity Component of the NEPS

Incentive Grants

The objective of the Gender Equity Component is to provide financial incentives to enhance the learning experiences of girls in schools which are isolated or characterised by concentrated levels o f students disadvantaged by low socio-economic status.

Funds for this component were made available under Section 79 of the Act and were allocated on the basis of $315 for each female student in eligible schools studying highest level mathematics and/or physics in Years 11 and 12 in 1992. To be eligible for funding under this component, a school had to be eligible to receive funding under either the Disadvantaged

Schools Component or the Country Areas Component in 1993. ,

Total funding for 1993 was $1 532 160 of which $1 410 570 went to government school systems and $121 590 went to non-government schools.

Students with Disabilities Component - The General Recurrent Grants program provides assistance to schools to, among other things, improve the participation and achievement of disadvantaged groups.

In 1993, general recurrent grants paid to government school systems were increased under this component by 20 per cent (or $64 per primary student and $95 per secondary student) in respect of students with disabilities. As with general recurrent grants, the funds for students with disabilities are supplementary to those provided by the States and Territories and assist with their

recurrent expenditure on students with disabilities in government schools.

Eligible students are those attending government schools who have been assessed, by persons with

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relevant qualifications, as having intellectual, sensory, physical, social/emotional or multiple impairments at such a level as would meet the criteria for enrolment in government special education services or programs and who are receiving a special education service or program.

Students whose only impairment is a specific learning difficulty or for whom remedial education or remedial support is appropriate are not eligible.

A total of $3 718 720 was provided for 25 198 primary students and 18 389 secondary students with disabilities in government schools. The student numbers do not include students with disabilities in South Australian government schools as data are not final. A token amount of

$100 000 was allocated to this State in 1993 with $91 667 of the allocation actually provided.

In addition, non-government schools and systems which enrolled students with disabilities who met the eligibility criteria for enrolment in government special education services or programs were eligible for supplementary funding in respect of those students which is the difference between the school's or system's funding category and the rates detailed for Category 12 regardless of the school's or system's funding category for its other students.

A total of $3 388 398 was provided for 6 553 primary students and 3 809 secondary students with disabilities in non-government schools.

SCHOOL LANGUAGE PROGRAM

The objective of the Priority Languages Incentive Element which was introduced in 1992, is to provide financial incentives towards increasing the numbers of students studying priority languages other than English at Year 12 level. Each year State Ministers with responsibility for education declare eight priority languages for their State from the following fourteen:

Aboriginal languages, Arabic, Chinese (Mandarin), French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Modem Greek, Russian, Spanish, Thai and Vietnamese.

Funds were made available under Sections 87, 88 and 89 of the Act for this Element. In 1993 a grant of $315 was paid under this Element in respect of each eligible student, up to a ceiling of 25 per cent of all Year 12 students enrolled in each school, school system, approved a88re8at*pn of independent schools or government educational institution. An eligible student is one who in the program year 1992 recorded an achievement in an accredited Year 12 level course in a declared priority language in that State.

In 1993 the Commonwealth provided a total of $5.7m to government schools or government educational institutions, non-government systems or non-systemic schools or recognised a88re8at'ons of non-systemic schools within the States.

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LANGUAGES BY STATE 1993 TOTAL NUMBER OF STUDENTS FUNDED IN 1993

Languages NSW VIC QLD WA SA TAS NT ACT TOTAL

Aboriginal _ 13 13

Arabic 342 - - - - - - - 342

Chinese 379 435 85 62 175 96 10 55 1297

French 1662 857 646 474 347 143 9 220 4358

German 845 449 652 132 424 138 1 111 2752

Indonesian - 210 75 84 54 58 27 30 538

Italian 683 683 101 350 254 63 - 51 2185

Japanese 1151 375 1425 252 173 444 3 177 4000

Korean - - - - - - - - -

Modem Greek 521 982 - - 172 5 14 7 1701

Russian - - - - - - - - -

Spanish 312 - - - - 46 - 46 404

Thai - - - - - - - - -

Vietnamese - 428 - - 190 - - - 618

TOTAL 5895 4419 2984 1354 1789 993 77 697 18208

Note: Figures in this table are for the 1993 Program year and represent 1992 completion data. Students studying more than one declared language were eligible for funding in respect of each declared language studied.

The objectives of the Community Languages Element are to maintain relevant languages and cultures among students of non-English speaking background (including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students) and to increase the awareness and understanding for all students of the different community languages and cultures within Australian society.

The Community Languages Element recognises the resources provided by Australia's multicultural society and encourages the further study of languages and cultures. Under this Element, assistance is provided through States and school system authorities to support classes in the languages and cultures of ethnic communities for the benefit of both non-English speaking background and other students.

Funds were made available under Section 94 of the Act for this Element. Total funding available for 1993 was $10 216 000 of which $5 763 000 was provided to government schools and government educational institutions and $4 453 000 was paid to non-government schools.

EDUCATION CENTRES PROGRAM

The program has the following objectives:

. to improve the quality of schooling through curriculum development and professional development activities; . to increase the quality and quantity of education, training and skills development in the community; . to encourage the active collaboration of parents and members of the community in

school improvement activities; and . to emphasise and promote the Commonwealth's national education priorities.

Funding supplied to the Education Centres may be applied to recurrent expenses

Education Centres to be supported by the Commonwealth were determined by the Commonwealth Minister on the advice of the Department. In 1993 the Commonwealth provided $2 412 000 under Section 100 of the Act.

An approved Education Centre had to be a body corporate which met the following requirements:

. the members, or a majority of the members, of the governing body are teachers at government or non-government schools;

. the principal objective is to improve the professional competence of teachers by various methods, including the provision of in-service teacher training; and

. the centre is not conducted for the profit, direct or indirect, of an individual or individuals.

NATIONAL PRIORITY FUNDING PROGRAMS

The objectives of the Projects of National Significance Program are to assist in the development of quality education for all Australian school students, and in particular to promote change or innovation in primary and secondary education and to improve the experience, knowledge or skills of teachers and others involved in primary and secondary education in Australia.

The Program is oriented towards identifying and investigating through commissioned studies and research a small number o f nationally important educational questions which relate to areas where government policy is being developed or clear national priorities have been established.

Funds provided from this Program are seen as providing 'seed' funding only and are generally not available to support projects which are considered to be of a general recurrent nature, projects whose primary function is profit making or projects designed for the sole benefit of individuals or individual States or Territories.

Funds for the Program are made available on an annual basis and are disbursed against specific projects commissioned against priority areas determined by the Minister.

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. encouraging national consistency in education, particularly in the areas of curriculum and assessment;

. increasing awareness in the areas of mathematics and the sciences;

. improving school/industry/business links;

. improving access for disadvantaged groups;

. developing interest in the fine and performing arts;

. stimulating environmental awareness amongst teachers and primary and secondary school students; and

. innovative projects associated with school education in general.

The Commonwealth provided $2 579 000 in 1993 under Section 102 of the Act to support the aims o f the program. An amount of $2 083 328 has been distributed and the amount of $495 600 will be paid as projects progress.

Priority areas for funding under the Program are generally formulated by the Minister prior to the relevant program year. Currently the priority areas incorporate activities which focus on

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STATES GRANTS (PRIMARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION ASSISTANCE) ACT 1992

SCHEDULE OF ALLOCATIONS 1993

Sect or/Program Sections NSW VIC QLD WA SA TAS NT ACT Total

of Act S s $ $ S $ $ $ S

Government Schools Programs

Capital Projects 47,48 92 283 000 66 923 000 47 535 000 25 956 000 22 134 000 8 190 000 3 096 000 4 941 000 271 058 000

General Recurrent 49 289 262 303 200 426 652 157 488 498 87 505 174 69 161 789 25 209 780 9 936 353 15 594 285 854 584 834

ESL - General Support 62 16 647 000 12 847 000 3 744 000 3 271 000 3 286 000 432 000 842 000 816 000 41 885 000

ESL - New Arrivals 63 14 132 624 7 131 640 2 732 888 2 425 302 2 359 974 176 930 400 134 394 690 29 754 182

Special Education-Schools Support 66 8 855 000 6 550 000 4 783 000 2 650 000 2 445 000 797 000 354 000 518 000 26 952 000 #

Disadvantaged Schools 70 19 673 000 13 846 000 6 605 000 5 561 000 4 913 000 2 401 000 1 187 000 52 000 54 238 000

Students at Risk 76 1 965 000 1 117 000 789 000 500 000 333 000 196 000 100 000 0 5 000 000

Gender Equity 79 544 320 442 260 119 385 96 390 195 300 0 12915 0 1 410 570

Students with Disabilities 80 1 184 945 748 260 939 479 353 465 91 667 178 309 118717 103 878 3 718 720

Priority Languages 87 1 290 555 749 070 473 445 214515 342 090 249 795 19 845 172 305 3 511 620

Community Languages 94 2 669 000 1 807 000 494 000 283 000 378 000 20 000 30 000 82 000 5 763 00§

Total Government Programs 448 506 747 312 587 882 225 703 695 128 815 846 105 639 820 37 850 814 16 096 964 22 674 158 1 297 875 926

Non-Govemment Schools Programs

Capital Projects 53 41 387 036 37 644 288 20 293 531 12 681 545 8 665 044 2 772 742 2 636 575 2 969 239 129 150 000 #*

General Recurrent 55,59 472 394 526 386 620 699 236 374 308 129 751 349 96 804 773 32 924 209 10 744 768 34 454 102 1 400 068 734

ESL - General Support 64 8 185 911 7 730 655 1 765 756 1 708 445 1 267 615 152 320 371 138 419 160 21 601 000

ESL - New Arrivals 65 1 581 482 1 355 556 373 937 519 692 146 988 19 054 0 0 3 996 709

Special Education - Schools Support 67 7 777 057 7 407 130 3 277 892 2 079 307 1 423 179 521 000 166 000 448 000 23 099 565

Special Education - Capital Support 69(2) 1 839 259 918 486 203 328 261 884 314 163 137 709 98 854 104 380 3 878 063

Disadvantaged Schools 71 3 268 000 3 590 000 732 000 625 000 414 000 122 000 78 000 18 000 8 847 000

Students at Risk 77 751 990 525 800 283 580 205 750 103 990 77 700 60 190 0 2 009 000

Gender Equity 79 44 415 58 275 1 890 5 040 5 670 0 6 300 0 121 590

Students with Disabilities 81 1 190 809 940 162 400 537 287 641 398 514 50 337 71 894 48 504 3 388 398

Priority Languages 88,89 566 448 642 915 466 515 211 995 221 445 62 998 4410 47 250 2 223 976

Community Languages 94 813 000 2 998 000 295 000 139 000 118 000 4 000 0 86 000 4 453 000

Total Non-Government Programs 539 799 933 450 431 966 264 468 274 148 476 648 109 883 381 36 844 069 14 238 129 38 594 635 1 602 837 035

TOTAL GRANT: $ 182 196

GRANTS FOR CAPITAL PROJECTS FOR NON-GOVERNMENT RURAL STUDENT HOSTELS IN NEW SOUTH WALES Section 53

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Cobar Cobar War Memorial Hostel Hay Hay Students Hostel

38 796 75 000

Funds held against commitments but undistributed at 16/9/94 68 400

Total 182 196

Payments in respect of 1992 grants under Section 40B of the States Grants (Schools Assistance) Act 1988

Dubbo Dubbo School of Distance Education 87 000

GRANTS FOR GENERAL RECURRENT EXPENDITURE IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN NEW SOUTH WALES Section 55

TOTAL GRANT: $472 394 526

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic) SDA Systemic Schools Non-Systemic Regular Schools Non-Systemic Special Schools

316 583 687 3 720 695 150 761 260 1 328 884

Total 472 394 526

Note: for the list of schools funded under this program see Appendix 3

3

GRANTS FOR GENERAL EDUCATION IN ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE IN NON GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN NEW SOUTH WALES Section 64

TOTAL GRANT: $8 185 911

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic and Non-Systemic) SDA Systemic Schools Non-Systemic Schools Non-Systemic Special Schools

7 645 000 64 012 462 940 13 959

Total 8 185 911

Note for the list of schools funded under this program see Appendix 3

GRANTS FOR ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE FOR ELIGIBLE NEW ARRIVALS IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN NEW SOUTH WALES Section 65

TOTAL GRANT: $1 581 482

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic and Non-Systemic) SDA Systemic Schools Non-Systemic Schools

1 494 378 8 166 78 938

Total 1 581 482

Note: for the list of schools funded under this program see Appendix 3

4

GRANTS FOR DISADVANTAGED NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN NEW SOUTH WALES Section 71

TOTAL GRANT: $3 268 000

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic and Non-Systemic) SDA Systemic Schools Non-Systemic Schools

2 967 403 9 662 290 935

Total 3 268 000

Note for the list of schools funded under this program see Appendix 3

GRANTS FOR STUDENTS AT RISK IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN NEW SOUTH WALES Section 77

TOTAL GRANT: $751 990

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic and Non-Systemic) Association of Independent Schools

555 000 196 990

Total 751 990

GRANTS FOR GENDER EQUITY IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN NEW SOUTH WALES Section 79

TOTAL GRANT: $44 415

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic and Non-Systemic) Non-Systemic Schools

34 335 10 080

Total 44 415

6

GRANTS FOR GIFTED AND TALENTED STUDENTS IN SCHOOLS IN NEW SOUTH WALES Section 78

TOTAL GRANT: $225 000

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic and Non-Systemic) NSW State Education Department

137 000 88 000

Total 225 000

GRANTS FOR EDUCATION CENTRES PROGRAM IN NEW SOUTH WALES Section 100

TOTAL GRANT: $575 303

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Greater Western Education Centre Orana Education Centre Southern Tablelands Education Centre Wagga Wagga Education Centre

145 436 156 173 156 173 117 521

Total 575 303

GRANTS FOR PROJECTS OF NATIONAL SIGNIFICANCE IN NEW SOUTH WALES Section 102

TOTAL GRANT: $327 757

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

University of Western Sydney Macarthur Road City Astronomers Young Achievement Australia

29 000 35 000 263 757

Total 327 757

8

STATES GRANTS (PRIMARY & SECONDARY EDUCATION ASSISTANCE) ACT 1992

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE GRANTED TO

VICTORIA

SUMMARY

GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS PROGRAMS

Section 47/48: Section 49: Section 61: Section 63: Section 66: Section 70: Section 76: Section 79:

Section 80: Section 87: Section 94:

Capital Projects - $66 923 000 General Recurrent Expenditure - $200 426 652 General Support English as a Second Language - $12 847 000

English as a Second Language for New Arrivals - $7 131 640 Special Education - $6 550 000 Disadvantaged Schools - $13 846 000 Students at Risk - $1 117 000

Gender Equity - $442 260 Students with Disabilities - $748 260 Priority Languages - $749 070 Community Languages - $1 807 000

NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS PROGRAMS

Section 53: Section 53: Section 55: Section 59 Section 64: Section 65: Section 67: Section 69(2):

Section 71: Section 77: Section 79: Section 81: Section 88: Section 94:

Capital Projects - $37 367 711 Capital Projects for Rural Hostels - $276 577 General Recurrent Expenditure - $386 389 939 Short term Emergency Assistance - $230 760

General Support English as a Second Language - $7 730 655 English as a Second Language for New Arrivals - $1 355 556 Special Education Schools Support - $7 407 130 Special Education Capital Support - $918 486

Disadvantaged Schools - $3 590 000 Students at Risk - $525 800 Gender Equity - $58 275 Students with Disabilities - $940 162 Priority Languages - $642 915 Community Languages - $2 998 000

JOIN T PROGRAMS SHARED BETWEEN GOVERNMENT AND NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS

Section 68: Section 72: Section 73: Section 74(2):

Section 75(2): Section 78: Section 100: Section 102(2):

Special Education Joint Intervention - $4 335 000 Prescribed Country Areas - General Element - $2 118 000 Literacy & Learning - General Element - $1 595 800 Prescribed Country Areas - National Element - $449 000 Literacy & Learning - National Element - $1 611 000

Gifted and Talented - $243 000 Education Centres - $606 906 Projects ofNational Significance - $835 485

9

GRANTS FOR CAPITAL PROJECTS IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS AND CENTRES IN VICTORIA Section 53

TOTAL GRANT: $37 367 711

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Block Grant Authority Independent Block Grant Authority

28 434 874 8 932 837

Total 37 367 711

VICTORIA CATHOLIC BLOCK GRANT AUTHORITY

TOTAL GRANT: $28 434 874

Payments to BGA in 1993 Payments to BGA in 1994 (in respect of 1993)

25 969 121 2 465 753

Total 28 434 874

Administration Expenses Funds distributed to member schools 25 151 597

Total Expenditure 25 151 597

Funds held against commitments but undistributed at 30/6/94 3 283 277

VICTORIA INDEPENDENT BLOCK GRANT AUTHORITY

TOTAL GRANT: $8 932 837

Payments to BGA in 1993 Payments to BGA in 1994 (in respect of 1993)

8 932 837

Total 8 932 837

Administration Expenses Funds distributed to member schools

264 580 7 639 837

Total Expenditure 7 904 417

Funds held against commitments but undistributed at 30/06/93 1 028 420

Note: for the list of schools funded under this program see Appendix 1

10

GRANTS FOR GENERAL EDUCATION IN ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE IN NON GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN VICTORIA Section 64

TOTAL GRANT: $7 730 655

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic and Non-Systemic) SDA Systemic Schools Non-Systemic Schools Non-Systemic Special Schools

7 068 000 32 721 625 774 4 160

Total 7 730 655

Note for the list of schools funded under this program see Appendix 3

GRANTS FOR ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE FOR ELIGIBLE NEW ARRIVALS IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN VICTORIA Section 65

TOTAL GRANT: $1 355 556

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic and Non-Systemic) Non-Systemic Schools

1 124 186 231 370

Total 1 355 556

Note: for the list of schools funded under this program see Appendix 3

12

GRANTS FOR DISADVANTAGED NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN VICTORIA Section 71

TOTAL GRANT: $3 590 000

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic and Non-Systemic) Non-Systemic Schools

3 481 330 108 670

Total 3 590 000

Note for the list of schools funded under this program see Appendix 3

GRANTS FOR STUDENTS AT RISK IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN VICTORIA Section 77

TOTAL GRANT: $525 800

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic and Non-Systemic) Association of Independent Schools

388 000 137 800

Total 525 800

GRANTS FOR GENDER EQUITY IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN VICTORIA Section 79

TOTAL GRANT: $58 275

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic and Non-Systemic) Non-Systemic Schools

24 570 33 705

Total 58 275

14

TOTAL GRANT: $940 162

GRANTS FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN VICTORIA Section 81

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic) 251 800

SDA Systemic Schools 8 583

Non-Systemic Schools 457 811

Non-Systemic Special Schools 221 968

Total 940 162

GRANTS FOR PRIORITY LANGUAGES IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN VICTORIA Section 88

TOTAL GRANT: $642 915

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic) 217 350

PLIE Groups 425 565

Total 642 915

GRANTS FOR RECURRENT EXPENDITURE FOR COMMUNITY LANGUAGES IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN VICTORIA Section 94

TOTAL GRANT: $2 998 000

A total amount of $2 998 000 was paid to the Catholic System in Victoria for distribution to systemic and non-systemic schools conducting classes in community languages and to organisations conducting community language classes in non-systemic schools.

15

GRANTS FOR PROJECTS OF NATIONAL SIGNIFICANCE IN VICTORIA Section 102

TOTAL GRANT: $835 485

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Australian Education Union 150 000

Flying Fruit Fly Circus 130 000

The Australian Council for Education 105 000

University of Melbourne 285 485

Waderbirds Limited 35 000

Ministry of Education 130 000

Total 835 485

17

1

STATES GRANTS (PRIMARY & SECONDARY EDUCATION ASSISTANCE) ACT 1992

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE GRANTED TO

QUEENSLAND

SUMMARY

GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS PROGRAMS

Section 47/48: Section 49: Section 61: Section 63:

Section 66: Section 70: Section 76: Section 79:

Section 80: Section 87: Section 94:

Capital Projects - $47 535 000 General Recurrent Expenditure - $157 488 498 General Support English as a Second Language - $3 744 000

English as a Second Language for New Arrivals - $2 732 888 Special Education - $4 783 000 Disadvantaged Schools - $6 605 000 Students at Risk - $789 000

Gender Equity - $119 385 Students with Disabilities - $939 479 Priority Languages - $473 445 Community Languages - $494 000

NON GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS PROGRAMS

Section 53: Section 53: Section 55: Section 64:

Section 65: Section 67: Section 69(2): Section 71:

Section 77: Section 79: Section 81: Section 88:

Section 94:

Capital Projects - $19 477 949 Capital Projects for Rural Hostels - $815 582 General Recurrent Expenditure - $236 374 308 General Support English as a Second Language - $1 765 756 English as a Second Language for New Arrivals - $373 937

Special Education Schools Support - $3 277 892 Special Education Capital Support - $203 328 Disadvantaged Schools - $732 000 Students at Risk - $283 580

Gender Equity - $1 890 Students with Disabilities - $400 537 Priority Languages - $466 515 Community Languages - $295 000

JOINT PROGRAMS SHARED BETWEEN GOVERNMENT AND NON GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS

Section 68: Section 72: Section 73: Section 74(2):

Section 75(2): Section 78: Section 100: Section 102(2):

Special Education Joint Intervention - $3 286 000 Prescribed Country Areas - General Element - $3 438 000 Literacy & Learning - General Element - $667 800 Prescribed Country Areas - National Element - $691 471 Literacy & Learning - National Element - $0

Gifted and Talented - $130 999 Education Centres - $420 052 Projects of National Significance - $20 000

19

GRANTS FOR CAPITAL PROJECTS IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS AND CENTRES IN QUEENSLAND Section 53

TOTAL GRANT: $19 477 949

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Block Grant Authority Independent Block Grant Authority

13 236 739 6 241 210

Total 19 477 949

QUEENSLAND CATHOLIC BLOCK GRANT AUTHORITY

TOTAL GRANT: $13 236 739

Payments to BGA in 1993 Payments to BGA in 1994 (in respect of 1993)

13 236 739

Total 13 236 739

Administration Expenses Funds distributed to member schools

115 000 13 041 120

Total Expenditure 13 156 120

Funds held against commitments but undistributed at 30/6/94 80 619

QUEENSLAND INDEPENDENT BLOCK GRANT AUTHORITY

TOTAL GRANT: $6 241 210

Payments to BGA in 1993 Payments to BGA in 1994 (in respect of 1993)

6 241 210

Total 6 241 210

Administration Expenses Funds distributed to member schools

150 107 6 091 103

Total Expenditure

Funds held against commitments but undistributed at 30/6/94

6 241 210

Note: tor the list of schools funded under this program see Appendix 1

20

GRANTS FOR CAPITAL PROJECTS FOR RURAL STUDENT HOSTELS IN QUEENSLAND Section S3

TOTAL GRANT: $815 582

Expenditure $

Chinchilla Chinchilla Student Accommodation Association Inc 236 343

Eulo Eulo and District Hostel Association Inc 191816

Herberton Woodleith Residential College 75 000

Longreach Longreach Shire Hostel 22 103

Roma Roma Rural Student Hostel 59 820

Thursday Island Cathedral College 230 500

815 582

Payments in Respect of 1992 Grants under section 4 0B o f the States Grants (Schools Assistancej Act 1988

Longreach Longreach Shire Hostel 23 131

Thursday Island Cathedral College 9 000

GRANTS FOR GENERAL RECURRENT EXPENDITURE IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN QUEENSLAND Section 55

TOTAL GRANT: $236 374 308

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic) 106 023 644

SDA Systemic Schools 1 661 188

Lutheran Systemic School 14 162 277

Non-Systemic Regular Schools 114 381 680

Non-Systemic Special Schools 145 519

Total 236 374 308

Note: for the list of schools funded under this program see Appendix 3

21

GRANTS FOR GENERAL EDUCATION IN ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN QUEENSLAND Section 64

TOTAL GRANT: $1 765 756

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic and Non-Systemic) SDA Systemic Schools Lutheran Systemic Schools Non-Systemic Schools

1 504 000 4 160 14 274 243 322

Total 1 765 756

Note for the list of schools funded under this program see Appendix 3

GRANTS FOR ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE FOR ELIGIBLE NEW ARRIVALS IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN QUEENSLAND Section 65

TOTAL GRANT: $373 937

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic and Non-Systemic) Lutheran Systemic Schools Non-Systemic Schools

348 416 8 166 17 355

Total 373 937

Note: for the list of schools funded under this program see Appendix 3

22

GRANTS FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION SCHOOLS SUPPORT IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN QUEENSLAND Section 67

TOTAL GRANT: $3 277 892

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic) 813 366

SDA Systemic Schools 5 750

Lutheran Systemic Schools 26 726

Non-Systemic Schools 169 345

Non-Systemic Special Schools 374 745

Other Organisations 1 887 960

Total 3 277 892

Note: for the list of schools/organisations funded under this program see Appendix 2

GRANTS FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION CAPITAL SUPPORT IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN QUEENSLAND Section 69

TOTAL GRANT: $203 328

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Funds paid to schools and centres in 1993 187 958

Funds held against commitments but undistributed at 13/9/94 15 370

Total 203 328

Note: for the list of schools/organisations funded under this program see Appendix 2

23

TOTAL GRANT: $400 537

GRANTS FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN QUEENSLAND Section 81

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic) 196 214

SDA Systemic Schools 2 903

Lutheran Systemic School 14 574

Non-Systemic Schools 167 332

Non-Systemic Special Schools 19 514

Total 400 537

GRANTS FOR PRIORITY LANGUAGES IN NON GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN QUEENSLAND Section 88

TOTAL GRANT: $466 515

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic) 42 210

Lutheran Systemic Schools 34 020

Non-Systemic Regular Schools 27 090

PLIE Groups 363 195

Total 466 515

GRANTS FOR RECURRENT EXPENDITURE FOR COMMUNITY LANGUAGES IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN QUEENSLAND Section 94

TOTAL GRANT: $295 000

A total amount of $295 000 was paid to the Catholic System in Queensland for distribution to systemic and non-systemic schools conducting classes in community languages and to organisations conducting community language classes in non-systemic schools.

25

GRANTS FOR GIFTED AND TALENTED STUDENTS IN QUEENSLAND Section 78

TOTAL GRANT: $130 999

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

QLD State Education Department 83 000

Non-Systemic Schools 24 940

Total *107 940

* A refund was received from St Laurence's College ($23,059)

GRANTS FOR EDUCATION CENTRES PROGRAM IN QUEENSLAND Section 100

TOTAL GRANT: $420 052

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Brisbane Education Centre 115 980

Cairns Education Centre 48 474

Innisfail Education Centre 38 655

Mackay Education Centre 35 906

Mount Isa Education Centre 36 206

Toowoomba Education Centre 85 920

Townsville Education Centre 58 911

Total 420 052

GRANTS FOR PROJECTS OF NATIONAL SIGNIFICANCE IN QUEENSLAND Section 102

TOTAL GRANT: $20 000

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Queensland University of Technology 20 000

Total 20 000

26

STATES GRANTS (PRIMARY & SECONDARY EDUCATION ASSISTANCE) ACT 1992

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE GRANTED TO

WESTERN AUSTRALIA

SUMMARY

GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS PROGRAMS

Section 47/48: Section 49: Section 61: Section 63: Section 66: Section 70: Section 76: Section 79: Section 80:

Section 87: Section 94:

Capital Projects - $25 956 000 General Recurrent Expenditure - $87 505 174 General Support English as a Second Language - $3 271 000 English as a Second Language for New Arrivals - $2 425 302

Special Education - $2 650 000 Disadvantaged Schools - $5 561 000 Students at Risk - $500 000

Gender Equity - $96 390 Students with Disabilities - $353 465 Priority Languages - $214 515 Community Languages - $283 000

NON GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS PROGRAMS

Section 53: Section 53: Section 55: Section 64:

Section 65: Section 67: Section 69(2): Section 71: Section 77: Section 79:

Section 81: Section 88: Section 94:

Capital Projects - $12 368 400 Capital Projects for Rural Hostels - $313 145 General Recurrent Expenditure - $129 751 349 General Support English as a Second Language - $1 708 445 English as a Second Language for New Arrivals - $519 692

Special Education Schools Support - $2 079 307 Special Education Capital Support - $261 884 Disadvantaged Schools - $625 000 Students at Risk - $205 750

Gender Equity - $5 040 Students with Disabilities - $287 641 Priority Languages - $211 995 Community Languages - $139 000

JOINT PROGRAMS SHARED BETWEEN GOVERNMENT AND NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS

Section 68: Section 72: Section 73: Section 74(2): Section 75(2):

Section 78: Section 100: Section 102(2):

Special Education Joint Intervention - $1 535 000 Prescribed Country Areas - General Element - $2 529 000 Literacy & Learning - General Element - $564 600 Prescribed Country Areas - National Element - $503 000

Literacy & Learning - National Element - $0 Gifted and Talented - $57 000 Education Centres - $283 513 Projects ofNational Significance - $10 000

27

GRANTS FOR CAPITAL PROJECTS IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS AND CENTRES IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA Section 53

TOTAL GRANT $12 368 400

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Block Grant Authority Independent Block Grant Authority

9 334 763 3 033 637

Total 12 368 400

WESTERN AUSTRALIA CATHOLIC BLOCK GRANT AUTHORITY

TOTAL GRANT $9 334 637

Payments to BGA in 1993 Payments to BGA in 1994 (in respect of 1993)

9 334 763

Total 9 334 763

Administration Expenses Funds distributed to member schools

228 946 9 105811

Total Expenditure 9 334 757

Funds written off by delegate Funds held against commitments but undistributed at 30/6/94 6

WESTERN AUSTRALIA INDEPENDENT BLOCK GRANT AUTHORITY

TOTAL GRANT: $3 033 637

Payments to BGA in 1993 3 033 637

Payments to BGA in 1994 (in respect of 1993)

Total 3 033 637

Administration Expenses Funds distributed to member schools

83 590 2 483 799

Total Expenditure 2 567 389

Funds held against commitments but undistributed at 30/6/94 466 248

Note for the list of schools funded under this program see Appendix 1

28

GRANTS FOR CAPITAL PROJECTS FOR NON-GOVERNMENT RURAL STUDENT HOSTELS IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA Section 53

TOTAL GRANT: $313 145

Expenditure $

Kellerberrin Iris Litis Hostel Middle Swan Swanleigh Hostel Tardun Pallottine Mission Hostel

8 245 155 000 149 900

313 145

GRANTS FOR GENERAL RECURRENT EXPENDITURE IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA Section 55

TOTAL GRANT: $ 129 751 349

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic) SDA Systemic Schools Anglican Systemic Schools Swan Christian Systemic Schools Non-Systemic Regular Schools Non-Systemic Special Schools

79 666 708 529 256 5 590 651 1 764 168 42 089 380

111 186

Total 129 751 349

Note: for the list of schools funded under this program see Appendix 3

29

GRANTS FOR GENERAL EDUCATION IN ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE IN NON GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA Section 64

TOTAL GRANT: $1 708 445

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic and Non-Systemic) SDA Systemic Schools Anglican Systemic Schools Non-Systemic Schools

1 436 000 4 160 16 538 251 747

Total 1 708 445

Note for the list of schools funded under this program see Appendix 3

GRANTS FOR ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE FOR ELIGIBLE NEW ARRIVALS IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA Section 65

TOTAL GRANT: $519 692

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic and Non-Systemic) Swan Christian Schools Non-Systemic Schools

435 520 2 722 81 450

Total 519 692

Note for the list of schools funded under this program see Appendix 3

30

GRANTS FOR DISADVANTAGED NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA Section 71

TOTAL GRANT: $625 000

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic and Non-Systemic) Non-Systemic Schools

574 356 50 644

Total 625 000

Note for the list of schools funded under this program see Appendix 3

GRANTS FOR STUDENTS AT RISK IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA Section 77

TOTAL GRANT: $205 750

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic and Non-Systemic) Association of Independent Schools

131 000 74 750

Total 205 750

GRANTS FOR GENDER EQUITY IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA Section 79

TOTAL GRANT: $5 040

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

C atholic Schools (Systemic and Non-Systemic) 5 040

Total 5 040

32

GRANTS FOR GIFTED AND TALENTED STUDENTS IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA Section 78

TOTAL GRANT: $57 000

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic and Non-Systemic) Non-Systemic Schools

20 000 27 514

Total *47 514

* A refund was received from Riverland School ($9,486)

GRANTS FOR EDUCATION CENTRES PROGRAM IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA Section 100

TOTAL GRANT: $283 513

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Fremantle Education Centre Geraldton Education Centre

176 734 106 779

Total 283 513

GRANTS FOR PROJECTS OF NATIONAL SIGNIFICANCE IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA Section 102

TOTAL GRANT: $10 000

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

The Australian Primary Principals' Association 10 000

Total 10 000

34

STATES GRANTS (PRIMARY & SECONDARY EDUCATION ASSISTANCE) ACT 1992

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE GRANTED TO

SOUTH AUSTRALIA

SUMMARY

GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS PROGRAMS

Section 47/48: Section 49: Section 61: Section 63:

Section 66: Section 70: Section 76: Section 79:

Section 80: Section 87: Section 94:

Capital Projects - $22 134 000 General Recurrent Expenditure - $69 161 789 General Support English as a Second Language - $3 286 000

English as a Second Language for New Arrivals - $2 359 974 Special Education - $2 445 000 Disadvantaged Schools - $4 913 000 Students at Risk - $333 000 Gender Equity - $195 300

Students with Disabilities - $91 667 Priority Languages - $342 090 Community Languages - $378 000

NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS PROGRAMS

Section 53: Section 53: Section 55: Section 64:

Section 65: Section 67: Section 69(2): Section 71: Section 77:

Section 79: Section 81: Section 88: Section 94:

Capital Projects - $8 381 944 Capital Projects for Rural Hostels - $283 100 General Recurrent Expenditure - $96 804 773 General Support English as a Second Language - $1 267 615 English as a Second Language for New Arrivals - $146 988

Special Education Schools Support - $1 423 179 Special Education Capital Support - $314 163 Disadvantaged Schools - $414 000 Students at Risk - $103 990

Gender Equity - $5 670 Students with Disabilities - $398 514 Priority Languages - $221 445 Community Languages - $118 000

JOIN T PROGRAMS SHARED BETWEEN GOVERNMENT AND NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS

Section 68: Section 72: Section 73: Section 74(2): Section 75(2):

Section 78: Section 100: Section 102(2):

Special Education Joint Intervention - $1 360 000 Prescribed Country Areas - General Element - $1 489 000 Literacy & Learning - General Element - $490 100 Prescribed Country Areas - National Element - $280 000

Literacy & Learning - National Element - $0 Gifted and Talented - $134 000 Education Centres - $284 739 Projects ofNational Significance - $12 490

35

GRANTS FOR CAPITAL PROJECTS IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS AND CENTRES IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA Section 53

TOTAL GRANT: $8 381 944

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Block Grant Authority Independent Block Grant Authority

5 364 607 3 017 337

Total 8 381 944

SOUTH AUSTRALIA CATHOLIC BLOCK GRANT AUTHORITY

TOTAL GRANT: $5 364 607

Payments to BGA in 1993 Payments to BGA in 1994 (in respect of 1993)

5 364 607

Total 5 364 607

Administration Expenses Funds distributed to member schools

88 000 5 074 953

Total Expenditure 5 162 953

Funds held against commitments but undistributed at 30/6/94 201 654

SOUTH AUSTRALIA INDEPENDENT BLOCK GRANT AUTHORITY

TOTAL GRANT: $3 017 337

Payments to BGA in 1993 Payments to BGA in 1994 (in respect of 1993)

3 017 337

Total 3 017 337

Administration Expenses Funds distributed to member schools

94 245 2 612 234

Total Expenditure 2 706 479

Funds held against commitments but undistributed at 30/6/94 310 858

Note for the list of schools funded under this program see Appendix 1

36

GRANTS FOR CAPITAL PROJECTS FOR NON-GOVERNMENT RURAL STUDENT HOSTELS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA Section 53

TOTAL GRANT: $283 100

Project Expenditure

$

Burra Burra Community Student Boarding Hostel

Port Augusta West Caritas College

129 100 154 000

Total 283 100

Payments in Respect of 1991 Grants under sectio n 40B o f the S tates G ran ts (Schools A ssistan ce) A c t 1988

Kingston SA Government Hostels 50 800

Lucindale SA Government Hostels 65 800

Millswood Wilja Hostel 48 000

GRANTS FOR GENERAL RECURRENT EXPENDITURE IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA Section 55

TOTAL GRANT: $96 804 773

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic) SDA Systemic Schools Lutheran Systemic Schools Non-Systemic Regular Schools Non-Systemic Special Schools

46 134 937 495 341 5 789 775 44 133 851

250 869

Total 96 804 773

Note: for the list of schools funded under this program see Appendix 3

37

GRANTS FOR GENERAL EDUCATION IN ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA Section 64

TOTAL GRANT: $ 1 267 615

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic and Non-Systemic) SDA Systemic Schools Non-Systemic Schools

1 224 000 8 320 35 295

Total 1 267 615

Note for the list of schools funded under this program see Appendix 3

GRANTS FOR ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE FOR ELIGIBLE NEW ARRIVALS IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA Section 65

TOTAL GRANT: $146 988

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic and Non-Systemic) Lutheran Systemic Schools

141 544 5 444

Total 146 988

Note for the list of schools funded under this program see Appendix 3

38

GRANTS FOR DISADVANTAGED NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA Section 71

TOTAL GRANT: $414 000

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic and Non-Systemic) Lutheran Systemic Schools Non-Systemic Schools

391 000 13 000 10 000

Total 414 000

Note for the list of schools funded under this program see Appendix 3

GRANTS FOR STUDENTS AT RISK IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA Section 77

TOTAL GRANT: $103 990

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic and Non-Systemic) Independent Schools Board

72 000 31 990

Total 103 990

GRANTS FOR GENDER EQUITY IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA Section 79

TOTAL GRANT: $5 670

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic and Non-Systemic) 5 670

Total 5 670

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GRANTS FOR GIFTED AND TALENTED STUDENTS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA Section 78

TOTAL GRANT: $134 000

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic and Non-Systemic) Independent Schools Board

64 000 70 000

Total 134 000

GRANTS FOR EDUCATION CENTRES PROGRAM IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA Section 100

TOTAL GRANT: $284 739

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

South Australian Training and Education Centre Education Centre for the Western Area

135 618 149 121

Total 284 739

GRANTS FOR PROJECTS OF NATIONAL SIGNIFICANCE IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA Section 102

TOTAL GRANT: $12 490

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

South Australian State Education Department 12 490

Total 12 490

42

STATES GRANTS (PRIMARY & SECONDARY EDUCATION ASSISTANCE) ACT 1992

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE GRANTED TO

TASMANIA

SUMMARY

GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS PROGRAMS

Section 47/48: Section 49: Section 61: Section 63: Section 66: Section 70: Section 76:

Section 79: Section 80: Section 87: Section 94:

Capital Projects - $8 190 000 General Recurrent Expenditure - $25 209 780 General Support English as a Second Language - $432 000

English as a Second Language for New Arrivals - $176 930 Special Education - $797 000 Disadvantaged Schools - $2 401 000 Students at Risk - $196 000

Gender Equity - $0 Students with Disabilities - $178 309 Priority Languages - $249 795 Community Languages - $20 000

NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS PROGRAMS

Section 53: Section 53: Section 55: Section 64:

Section 65: Section 67: Section 69(2): Section 71:

Section 77: Section 79: Section 81: Section 88: Section 94:

Capital Projects - $2 772 742 Capital Projects for Rural Hostels - $0 General Recurrent Expenditure - $32 924 209 General Support English as a Second Language - $152 320

English as a Second Language for New Arrivals - $19 054 Special Education Schools Support - $521 000 Special Education Capital Support - $137 709 Disadvantaged Schools - $122 000

Students at Risk - $77 700 Gender Equity - $0 Students with Disabilities - $50 337 Priority Languages - $62 998

Community Languages - $4 000

JO IN T PROGRAMS SHARED BETWEEN GOVERNMENT AND NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS

Section 68: Section 72: Section 73: Section 74(2): Section 75(2): Section 78: Section 100:

Section 102(2):

Special Education Joint Intervention - $507 000 Prescribed Country Areas - General Element - $496 000 Literacy & Learning - General Element - $230 700 Prescribed Country Areas - National Element - $125 000

Literacy & Learning - National Element - $0 Gifted and Talented - $0 Education Centres - $156 793 Projects of National Significance - $0

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TOTAL GRANT: $2 772 742

GRANTS FOR CAPITAL PROJECTS IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS AND CENTRES IN TASMANIA Stclion 53

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Block Grant Authority Independent Block Grant Authority

1 875 522 897 220

Total 2 772 742

TASMANIA CATHOLIC BLOCK GRANT AUTHORITY

TOTAL GRANT: $1 875 522

Payments to BGA in 1993 Payments to BGA in 1994 (in respect of 1993)

1 875 522

Total 1 875 522

Administration Expenses Funds distributed to member schools

36 000 1 796 919

Total Expenditure 1 832 919

Funds held against commitments but undistributed at 30/6/94 42 603

TASMANIA INDEPENDENT BLOCK GRANT AUTHORITY

TOTAL GRANT: $897 220

Payments to BGA in 1993 Payments to BGA in 1994 (in respect of 1993)

897 220

Total 897 220

Administration Expenses Funds distributed to member schools

55 850 616 358

Total Expenditure 672 208

Funds held against commitments but undistributed at 30/6/94 225 012

Note for the list of schools funded under this program see Appendix 1

44

GRANTS FOR GENERAL RECURRENT EXPENDITURE IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN TASMANIA Section 55

TOTAL GRANT: $32 924 209

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic) SDA Systemic Schools Non-Systemic Regular Schools

10 231 765 226 245 22 466 199

Total 32 924 209

Note: for the list of schools funded under this program see Appendix 3

GRANTS FOR GENERAL EDUCATION IN ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN TASMANIA Section 64

TOTAL GRANT: $152 320

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic and Non-Systemic) SDA Systemic Schools Non-Systemic Schools

144 000 4 160 4 160

Total 152 320

Note: for the list of schools funded under this program see Appendix 3

GRANTS FOR ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE FOR ELIGIBLE NEW ARRIVALS IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN TASMANIA Section 65

TOTAL GRANT: $19 054

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic and Non-Systemic) 19 054

Total 19 054

Note: for the list of schools funded under this program see Appendix 3

45

GRANTS FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION SCHOOLS SUPPORT IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN TASMANIA Section 67

TOTAL GRANT: $521 000

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic) SDA Systemic Schools Non-Systemic Schools Other Organisations

115 779 756

141 863 262 602

Total 521 000

Note for the list of schools/organisations funded under this program see Appendix 2

GRANTS FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION CAPITAL SUPPORT IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN TASMANIA Section 69

TOTAL GRANT: $137 709

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Funds paid to schools and centres in 1993

Funds held against commitments but undistributed at 1/9/94

137 709

Total 137 709

Note for the list of schools/centres funded under this program see Appendix 2

46

GRANTS FOR DISADVANTAGED NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN TASMANIA Section 71

TOTAL GRANT: $122 000

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic and Non-Systemic) 122 000

Total 122 000

Note: for the list of schools funded under this program see Appendix 3

GRANTS FOR STUDENTS AT RISK IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN TASMANIA Section 77

TOTAL GRANT: $77 700

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic and Non-Systemic) Association of Independent Schools

43 000 34 700

Total 77 700

GRANTS FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN TASMANIA Section 81

TOTAL GRANT: $50 337

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic) SDA Systemic Schools Non-Systemic Schools

8 065 1 738 40 534

Total 50 337

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GRANTS FOR PRIORITY LANGUAGES IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN TASMANIA Section 88

TOTAL GRANT $62 998

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Non-Systemic Regular Schools PLIE Groups

16615 46 383

Total 62 998

GRANTS FOR RECURRENT EXPENDITURE FOR COMMUNITY LANGUAGES IN NON GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN TASMANIA Section 94

TOTAL GRANT: $4 000

A total amount of $4 000 was paid to the Catholic System in Tasmania for distribution to systemic and non-systemic schools conducting classes in community languages and to organisations conducting community language classes in non-systemic schools.

GRANTS FOR EDUCATION CENTRES PROGRAM IN TASMANIA Section 100

TOTAL GRANT: $156 793

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Community Training and Education Centres (Tasmania Inc) 156 793

Total 156 793

48

STATES GRANTS (PRIMARY & SECONDARY EDUCATION ASSISTANCE) ACT 1992

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE GRANTED TO

NORTHERN TERRITORY

SUMMARY

GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS PROGRAMS

Section 47/48: Section 49: Section 61: Section 63: Section 66:

Section 70: Section 76: Section 79: Section 80: Section 87: Section 94:

Capital Projects - $3 096 000 General Recurrent Expenditure - $9 936 353 General Support English as a Second Language - $842 000

English as a Second Language for New Arrivals - $400 134 Special Education - $354 000 Disadvantaged Schools - $1 187 000 Students at Risk - $100 000 Gender Equity - $12 915

Students with Disabilities - $118 717 Priority Languages - $19 845 Community Languages - $30 000

NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS PROGRAMS

Section 53: Section 53: Section 55: Section 64:

Section 65: Section 67: Section 69(2): Section 71: Section 77: Section 79: Section 81: Section 88:

Section 94:

Capital Projects - $2 507 175 Capital Projects for Rural Hostels - $129 400 General Recurrent Expenditure - $10 744 768 General Support English as a Second Language - $371 138 English as a Second Language for New Arrivals - $0

Special Education Schools Support - $166 000 Special Education Capital Support - $98 854 Disadvantaged Schools - $78 000 Students at Risk - $60 190 Gender Equity - $6 300

Students with Disabilities - $71 894 Priority Languages - $4 410 Community Languages - $0

JOINT PROGRAMS SHARED BETWEEN GOVERNMENT AND NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS

Section 68: Section 72: Section 73: Section 74(2):

Section 75(2): Section 78: Section 100: Section 102(2):

Special Education Joint Intervention - $206 000 Prescribed Country Areas - General Element - $532 000 Literacy & Learning - General Element - $115 400 Prescribed Country Areas - National Element - $206 000

Literacy & Learning - National Element - $0 Gifted and Talented - $82 000 Education Centres - $84 694 Projects of National Significance - $0

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GRANTS FOR CAPITAL PROJECTS IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS AND CENTRES IN THE NORTHERN TERRITORY Section 53

TOTAL GRANT: $2 507 175

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Combined Block Grant Authority 2 507 175

NORTHERN TERRITORY COMBINED BLOCK GRANT AUTHORITY

TOTAL GRANT: $2 507 175

Payments to BGA in 1993 Payments to BGA in 1994 (in respect of 1993)

2 496 242 10 933

Total 2 507 175

Administration Expenses Funds distributed to member schools

53 960 2 284 797

Total Expenditure 2 338 757

Funds held against commitments but undistributed at 30/6/94 168 418

Note for the list of schools funded under this program see Appendix 1

GRANTS FOR CAPITAL PROJECTS FOR NON-GOVERNMENT RURAL STUDENT HOSTELS IN THE NORTHERN TERRITORY Section 53

TOTAL GRANT: $ 129 400

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Alice Springs St Philip's College 129 400

Total 129 400

50

GRANTS FOR GENERAL RECURRENT EXPENDITURE IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN THE NORTHERN TERRITORY Section 55

TOTAL GRANT: $10 744 768

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic) Non-Systemic Regular Schools

4 823 100 5 921 668

Total 10 744 768

Note: for the list of schools funded under this program see Appendix 3

GRANTS FOR GENERAL EDUCATION IN ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN THE NORTHERN TERRITORY Section 64

TOTAL GRANT: $371 138

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic and Non-Systemic) Non-Systemic Schools

159 000 212 138

Total 371 138

Note: for the list of schools funded under this program see Appendix 3

GRANTS FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION SCHOOLS SUPPORT IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN THE NORTHERN TERRITORY Section 67

TOTAL GRANT: $166 000

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic) Non-Systemic Schools

129 704 36 296

Total 166 000

Note: for the list of schools/organisations funded under this program see Appendix 2

51

GRANTS FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION CAPITAL SUPPORT IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN THE NORTHERN TERRITORY Section 69

TOTAL GRANT: $98 854

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Funds paid to schools and centres in 1993 60 718

Funds held against commitments but undistributed at 1/9/94 38 136

Total 98 854

Note for the list of schools/centres funded under this program see Appendix 2

GRANTS FOR DISADVANTAGED NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN THE NORTHERN TERRITORY Section 71

TOTAL GRANT: $78 000

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic and Non-Systemic) 65 442

Total *65 442

*An amount of $12 558 was deducted by the Department of Education in the NT for administration costs.

Note for the list of schools funded under this program see Appendix 3

52

GRANTS FOR STUDENTS AT RISK IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN THE NORTHERN TERRITORY Section 77

TOTAL GRANT: $60 190

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic and Non-Systemic) Association of Independent Schools

30 000 30 190

Total 60 190

GRANTS FOR GENDER EQUITY IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN THE NORTHERN TERRITORY Section 79

TOTAL GRANT: $6 300

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Non-Systemic Schools 6 300

Total 6 300

GRANTS FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES IN NON GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN THE NORTHERN TERRITORY Section 81

TOTAL GRANT: $71 894

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic) Non-Systemic Schools

42 901 28 993

Total 71 894

53

GRANTS FOR PRIORITY LANGUAGES IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN THE NORTHERN TERRITORY Section 88

TOTAL GRANT: $4 410

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Non-Systemic Regular Schools

Total

4410

4 410

GRANTS FOR GIFTED AND TALENTED STUDENTS IN THE NORTHERN TERRITORY Section 78

TOTAL GRANT: $82 000

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Association of Independent Schools 82 000

Total 82 000

GRANTS FOR EDUCATION CENTRES PROGRAM IN THE NORTHERN TERRITORY Section 100

TOTAL GRANT $84 694

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Alice Springs Education Centre 49 710

Barkly Education Centre 34 984

Total 84 694

54

STATES GRANTS (PRIMARY & SECONDARY EDUCATION ASSISTANCE) ACT 1992

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE GRANTED TO

AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY

SUMMARY

GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS PROGRAMS

Section 47/48: Section 49: Section 61: Section 63:

Section 66: Section 70: Section 76: Section 79:

Section 80: Section 87: Section 94:

Capital Projects - $4 941 000 General Recurrent Expenditure - $15 594 285 General Support English as a Second Language - $816 000 English as a Second Language for New Arrivals - $394 690

Special Education - $518 000 Disadvantaged Schools - $52 000 Students at Risk - $0 Gender Equity - $0

Students with Disabilities - $103 878 Priority Languages - $172 305 Community Languages - $82 000

NON GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS PROGRAMS

Section 53: Section 53: Section 55: Section 64:

Section 65: Section 67: Section 69(2): Section 71:

Section 77: Section 79: Section 81: Section 88: Section 94:

Capital Projects - $2 969 239 Capital Projects for Rural Hostels - $0 General Recurrent Expenditure - $34 454 102 General Support English as a Second Language - $419 160

English as a Second Language for New Arrivals - $0 Special Education Schools Support - $448 000 Special Education Capital Support - $104 380 Disadvantaged Schools - $18 000

Students at Risk - $0 Gender Equity - $0 Students with Disabilities - $48 504 Priority Languages - $47 250

Community Languages - $86 000

JOINT PROGRAMS SHARED BETWEEN GOVERNMENT AND NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS

Section 68: Section 72: Section 73: Section 74(2):

Section 75(2): Section 78: Section 100: Section 102(2):

Special Education Joint Intervention - $284 000 Prescribed Country Areas - General Element - $0 Literacy & Learning - General Element - $0 Prescribed Country Areas - National Element - $0

Literacy & Learning - National Element - $0 Gifted and Talented - $88 500 Education Centres - $0 Projects of National Significance - $877 587

55

GRANTS FOR CAPITAL PROJECTS IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS AND CENTRES IN THE AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY Section 53

TOTAL GRANT: $2 969 239

Summary of Grants Expenditure

Combined Block Grant Authority 2 969 239

AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY COMBINED BLOCK GRANT AUTHORITY

TOTAL GRANT: $2 969 239

Payments to BGA in 1993 2 963 846

Payments to BGA in 1994 (in respect of 1993) 5 393

Total 2 969 239

Administration Expenses Funds distributed to member schools

76 449 2 690 232

Total Expenditure 2 766 681

Funds held against commitments but undistributed at 30/6/94 202 558

Note: for the list of schools funded under this program see Appendix 1

GRANTS FOR GENERAL RECURRENT EXPENDITURE IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN THE AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY Section 55

TOTAL GRANT: $34 454 102

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic) Non-Systemic Regular Schools

20 649 340 13 804 762

Total 34 454 102

Note: for the list of schools funded under this program see Appendix 3

56

GRANTS FOR GENERAL EDUCATION IN ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN THE AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY Section 64

TOTAL GRANT: $419 160

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic and Non-Systemic) Non-Systemic Schools

415 000 4 160

Total 419 160

Note: for the list of schools funded under this program see Appendix 3

GRANTS FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION SCHOOLS SUPPORT IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN THE AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY Section 67

TOTAL GRANT: $448 000

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic) Non-Systemic Schools Other Organisations

332 031 18 419 97 550

Total 448 000

Note: for the list of schools/organisations funded under this program see Appendix 2

57

GRANTS FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION CAPITAL SUPPORT IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN THE AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY Section 69

TOTAL GRANT: $ 104 3 80

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Funds paid to schools and centres in 1993

Funds held against commitments but undistributed at 1/9/94 104 380

Total 104 380

Note: for the list of schools/organisations funded under this program see Appendix 2

GRANTS FOR DISADVANTAGED NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN THE AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY Section 71

TOTAL GRANT: $18 000

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic and Non-Systemic) 18 000

Total 18 000

Note for the list of schools funded under this program see Appendix 3

GRANTS FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN THE AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY Section 81

TOTAL GRANT: $48 504

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic) Non-Systemic Schools

31 805 16 699

Total 48 504

58

GRANTS FOR PRIORITY LANGUAGES IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN THE AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY Section 88

TOTAL GRANT: $47 250

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic) PLIE Groups

7 245 40 005

Total 47 250

GRANTS FOR RECURRENT EXPENDITURE FOR COMMUNITY LANGUAGES IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN THE AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY Section 94

TOTAL GRANT: $86 000

A total amount of $86 000 was paid to the Catholic System in the Australian Capital Territory for distribution to systemic and non-systemic schools conducting classes in community languages and to organisations conducting community language classes in non-systemic schools

GRANTS FOR GIFTED AND TALENTED STUDENTS IN THE AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY Section 78

TOTAL GRANT: $88 500

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Catholic Schools (Systemic and Non-Systemic) ACT Department of Education

51 500 37 000

Total 88 500

59

GRANTS FOR PROJECTS OF NATIONAL SIGNIFICANCE IN THE AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY Section 102

TOTAL GRANT: $877 587

Summary of Grants Expenditure

$

Australian Science Teachers Association 260 000

Australian Academy of Science 340 000

The Australian Mathematics Trust 50 000

Head Injury Council of Australia 47 500

The Australian Science Olympiads 112 000

Coopers and Lybrand 68 087

Total 877 587

60

Appendix 1

CAPITAL PROJECTS IN GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS

Expenditure $

Expenditure $

PAYMENTS IN RESPECT OF 1993 GRANTS

NEW SOUTH WALES General Element

Primary Schools Albion Park Primary School 800 000 Albion Park South Primary School 40 000 Balgowlah Heights Primary School 70 000 Banora Point West Primary School 200 000 Bamier Primary School 700 000 Bayldon Primary School 800 000

Birchgrove Primary School 1 200 000 Bonnells Bay Primary School 2 000 000

Bonnyrigg West Primary School 600 000 Comleroy Road Primary School 215 000 Gerringong Primary School 1 500 000 Glenndenning Primary School 435 000 Grahamstown Primary School 1 300 000 Gulgong Primary School 1 000 000

Hassall Grove Primary School 600 000 Kanwal Primary School 600 000

Kariong Primary School 1 500 000 Lake Munmorah Primary School 1 550 000 Liverpool Primary School 300 000 Mannering Park Primary School 1 000 000 Maryland Primary School 600 000 Mullaway Primary School 1 275 000

Muswellbrook Primary School 900 000 Nemingha Primary School 100 000

Ocean Shores Primary School 1 800 000 Prestons Primary School 90 000

Regentville Primary School 1 500 000 Roseville Primary School 1 000 000

Sanctuary Point Primary School 700 000 St Georges Basin Primary School 1100 000 St Helens Park Primary School 1 000 000 Sussex Inlet Primary School 1 000 000

Walker St Primary School 1 500 000 Westdale Primary School 1 500 000

Wilberforce Primary School 230 000 Woodport Primary Schoool 900 000

Secondary Schools Bankstown Girls' High School 150 000 Berkeley High School 400 000

Carlingford High School 150 000

EppingBoys'High School 145 000

Illawarra Senior College 1 200 000

Mackellar Girls' High School 75 000

Murwillumbah West High School 780 000 Nambucca Heads High School 1 500 000 Newtown High School 980 000

Nyngan High School 600 000

Quakers Hill High School 440 000

St Marys Senior High School 600 000

Wagga Wagga Technical High School 150 000 Yanco Agricultural High School 1 300 000 Met West Region (hall projects) 700 000

Barenjoey High School 35 000

Bowral High School 1 200 000

Dungog High School 900 000

Farrer Agricultural High School 1 600 000 Lithgow High School 1 657 000

Maclean High School 750 000

Muswellbrook High School 1 500 000 Narara Valley High School 1 100 000 North Sydney Girls' High School 4 400 000 Penshurst Girls' High School 800 000

Southern Cross High School 1 740 000 Vincentia High School 1 500 000

Wiley Park Girls' High School 100 000 Cross Regional (kit classrooms) 2 000 000

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Appendix I

CAPITAL PROJECTS IN GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS

Expenditure $

Expenditure $

PAYMENTS IN RESPECT OF 1993 GRANTS

NEW SOUTH WALES General Element

Central/Combined Schools Bingara Central School 720 000 Forster Primary & High School 1 000 000

Lucas Heights Primary/High School 3 000 000 Manila Central School 1 500 000 Molong Central School 900 000

Total 67 177 000

Secondary Support Element

Secondary Schools Alstonville High School 8 000

Beacon Hill High School 45 000

Birrong Boys'High School 154 000

Cabramatta High School 94 000

Dorrigo High School 28 000

Fairfield High School 25 000

Kadina High School 10 000

Kincumber High School 20 000

Lismore High School 27 000

Monaro High School 440 000

Northlakes High School 65 000

Port Macquarie High School 34 000

Sefton High School 141 000

Toormina High School 45 000

Whitebridge High School 500 000

Central Schools Batlow Central School 2 000

Coolamon Central School 50 000

Nimbin Central School 8 000

Tottenham Central School 392 000

Woodenbong Central School 19 000

Ballina High School 40 000

Berkeley Vale High School 47 000

Bonalbo High School 20 000

Coffs Harbour High School 8 000

Dunheved High School 579 000

Grafton High School 49 000

Killara High School 6 000

Lisarow High School 45 000

Lumea High School 204 000

Moree Technical High School 16 000

Punchbowl Boys' High School 195 000

Raymond Terrace High School 10 000

Springwood High School 195 000

Wauchope High School 45 000

Wiley Park Girls'High School 198 000

Bowraville Central School 18 000

Kendall Central School 8 000

Oaklands Central School 85 000

Tullibigeal Central School 300 000

Total 4 175 000

62

Appendix 1

CAPITAL PROJECTS IN GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS

Expenditure $

Expenditure $

PAYMENTS IN RESPECT OF 1993 GRANTS

NEW SOUTH WALES Secondary Refurbishment Element

Secondary Schools Airds High School 126 000 Arthur Phillip High School 336 000

Asquith Boys' High School 41 000 Asquith Girls' High School 50 000

Auburn Girls' High School 389 000 Balgowlah Boys' High School 72 000

Barham High School 30 000 Barren)oey High School 28 000

Bass High School 155 000 Bega High School 102 000

Belmont High School 361 000 Blacktown Boys' High School 581 000

Blakehurst High School 550 000 Booragul High School 30 000

Burwood Girls' High School 521 000 Cabramatta High School 241 000

Campbelltown High School 447 000 Cardiff High School 40 000

Carlingford High School 52 000 Casula High School 295 000

Cessnock High School 20 000 Cheltenham Girls' High School 57 000

Chester Hill High School 219 000 Cobar High School 381 000

Condell Park High School 184 000 Coomealla High School 75 000

Coonamble High School 269 000 Corrimal High School 40 000

Cromer High School 41 000 Dapto High School 135 000

Davidson High School 27 000 Deniliquin High School 30 000

Dover Heights High School 250 000 Dubbo High School 86 000

East Hills Girls' High School 98 000 Epping Boys' High School 44 000

Erina High School 25 000 Francis Greenway High School 40 000

Freshwater High School 19 000 Galston High School 40 000

Gorokan High School 26 000 Gateshead High School 300 000

Gilgandra High School 437 000 Glen Innes High School 261 000

Glendale High School 30 000 Gosford High School 431 000

Grafton High School 230 000 Griffith High School 60 000

Hay War Memorial High School 34 000 Henry Kendall High School 42 000

Hornsby Girls' High School 52 000 Hunters Hill High School 25 000

Inglebum High School 257 000 James Cook Boys' High School 552 000

Kandos High School 282 000 Keira High School 182 000

Kempsey High School 230 000 Killarney Heights High School 33 000

Killara High School 45 000 Kingsgrove North High School 494 000

Kingswood High School 313 000 Kooringal High School 55 000

Ku Ring Gai High School 27 000 Kurri Kurri High School 40 000

Liverpool Boys' High School 208 000 Lurnea High School 416 000

Macarthur Girls' High School 571 000 Mackellar Girls' High School 62 000

Malvina High School 37 000 Manly High School 277 000

Marsden High School 43 000 Moorefield Girls' High School 200 000

Mount Austin High School 33 000 Mullumbimby High School 308 000

Murray High School 32 000 Murrumburrah High School 31 000

Narromine High School 188 000 Narrrabeen High School 21 000

Newcastle High School 300 000 Normanhurst Boys' High School 46 000

63

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CAPITAL PROJECTS IN GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS

Expenditure $

Expenditure $

PAYMENTS IN RESPECT OF 1993 GRANTS

NEW SOUTH WALES Secondary Refurbishment Element

Secondary Schools (coni') North Sydney Boys' High School 61 000 Oak Flats High School 69 000

Peter Board High School 53 000

Pittwater High School 17 000

Quirindi High School 469 000

Riverstone High School 510 000

Sefton High School 89 000

Sir Joseph Banks High School 222 000

St Ives High School 29 000

Sydney Boys' High School 450 000

Tamworth High School 377 000

The Entrance High School 372 000

Tumbarumba High School 37 000

Umina High School 25 000

Walgett High School 335 000

Wauchope High School 500 000

Wollongong High School 133 000

Central Schools Ardlethan Central School 7 000

Balranald Central School 162 000

Buladelah Central School 30 000

Hillston Central School 93 000

Merriwa Central School 30 000

Tooleybuc Central School 28 000

Nowra High School 148 000

Pennant Hills High School 38 000

Picnic Point High School 338 000

Queanbeyan High School 249 000

Riverside Girls' High School 33 000

Scone High School 400 000

Seven Hills High School 500 000

Smiths Hill High School 61 000

Swansea High School 400 000

Sydney Technical High School 499 000 Terrigal High School 35 000

The Forest High School 28 000

Turramurra High School 33 000

Wade High School 35 000

Warners Bay High School 40 000

Willoughby Girls' High School 73 000 Woy Woy High School 27 000

Ariah Park Central School 25 000

Batlow Central School 25 000

Coleambally Central School 48 000

Lockhart Central School 36 000

The Rock Central School 24 000

Total 20 931 000

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PAYMENTS IN RESPECT OF 1993 GRANTS

VICTORIA General Element

Primary Schools Altona West Primary School 19 000 Boort Primary School 245 000

Bruthen Primary School 153 000 Carlton North Primary School 84 000

Clifton Hill Primary School 55 000 Clunes Primary School 319 000

Cobum Primary School 15 000 Coral Park Primary School 6 000

Croydon Sth Primary School 81 000 Daylesford Primary School 1 318 000

Delacombe Primary School 30 000 Drysdale Primary School 107 000

Elliminyt Primary School 26 000 Esssex Heights Primary School 2 000

Euroa Primary School 69 000 Flora Hill Primary School 109 000

Glenroy Primary School 2 000 Grevillea Park Primary School 4 000

Grovedale Primary School 48 000 Heaney Park Primary School 416 000

Hepburn Primary School 11 000 Kerang Primary School 29 000

Killara Primary School 350 000 Maramba Primary School 15 000

Melton Sth Primary School 13 000 Mitcham Primary School 136 000

Monbulk Primary School 114 000 Mossgiel Park Primary School 42 000

Mt Evelyn Primary School 122 000 Mt Waverley Primary School 21000

Pentland Primary School 220 000 Ranfurly Primary School 246 000

Reservoir West Primary School 16 000 Romsey Primary School 1430 000

Rowellyn Park Primary School 160 000 Scoresby Heights Primary School 29 000 Seabrook Primary School 25 000 Seville Primary School 55 000

Seymour Primary School 232 000 Solway Primary School 142 000

St Albans Heights Primary School 280 000 Stevensville Primary School 12 000 Surfside Primary School 415 000 Surrey Hills Primary School 5 000

Tatura Primary School 80 000 Teesdale Primary School 16 000

Thomas Chirnside Primary School 230 000 Upwey Primary School 3 000

Warracknabeal Primary School 295 000 Warranwood Primary School 91 000

Westgrove Primary School 48 000 Wonga Park Primary School 17 000

Yarra Junction Primary School 4 000

Secondary Schools Ashwood Secondary College 85 000 Bacchus Marsh Secondary College 2 396 000 Ballarat High School 88 000 Ballum Park Secondary College 509 000

Beaufort Secondary College 45 000 Broadmeadows Secondary College 57 000 Canterbury Girls High School 160 000 Cheltenham Secondary College 57 000

Cranboume Secondary College 55 000 Croydon Secondary College 42 000

Diamond Valley Secondary College 242 000 Doveton Secondary College 261 000 Eaglehawk Secondary College 101 000 Emerald Secondary College 330 000

Eumemmerring Secondary College 2 762 000 Forest Hills Secondary College 154 000 Frankston High School 172 000 Jamieson Park Secondary College 369 000

Kings Park Secondary College 1 862 000 Kings Park SC (Alban Meadows) 1 714 000 Kooweerup Secondary College________28 000 Kyabram Secondary College_____________ 102 000

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Expenditure $

PAYMENTS IN RESPECT OF 1993 GRANTS

VICTORIA General Element

Secondary Schools (coni') Lilydale Secondary College 15 000

Melbourne High School 424 000

Midlands Secondary College 343 000 Mitchell Secondary College 30 000

Ringwood Secondary College 650 000 Rosebud Secondary College 55 000

Sandringham Secondary College 5 000 Sebastopol Secondary College 79 000 South Gippsland Secondary School 21 000 Taylors Lakes Secondary College 360 000 Vermont Secondary College 283 000

Werribee Grange Secondary College 1 414 000 Wodonga West Secondary College 126 000

Other Schools Apollo Bay HES 7 000

Colac Technical School 131 000

Irabina SDS 60 000

Port Fairy Central School 278 000

White Hills Technical School 51 000

Various (Security installation) 1 066 000 Various (Relocateable transfers) 5 000 000

Maryborough High School 97 000

Mentone Girls Secondary School 214 000 Mill Park Secondary College 1 108 000 Mt Waverley Secondary College 45 000 Rosamond SS 142 000

Rowville Secondary College 1 220 000 Seaford Carrum SC (Patterson River) 218 000 Shepparton Sth Secondary College 3 000 St Arnaud Secondary College 5 000

Upper Yarra Secondary College 73 000

Wendouree Secondary College 51 000 Westall Secondary College 594 000

Yea High School 103 000

Austin McCallum SDS 46 000

Echuca Technical School 600 000

Niddrie Technical School 566 000

Vic. College of the Arts 113 000

Various (minor projects) 12 506 000

Various (Asbestos removal) 300 000

Total General Element 48 005 000

Secondary Support Element

Primary Schools Prahran/Windsor Primary School 89 000

Secondary Schools Bairnsdale Secondary College 365 000 Hobsons Bay Secondary College 571 000 South Oakleigh College - Senior 700 000 Traralgon Secondary College 190 000

Bendigo Senior Secondary College 468 000 Seaford Carrum (Patterson River) 131 000 Traralgon Heights Secondary College 550 000

Total 3 064 000

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VICTORIA Secondary Refurbishment Element

Secondary Schools Bacchus Marsh SC (Senior) 500 000 Bairnsdale SC (Senior) 330 000

Balwyn High School 500 000 Beechworth Secondary College 150 000

Belmont Secondary College 185 000 Bendigo Senior Secondary College 835 000 Box Forest Secondary College 250 000 Broadford Secondary College 450 000

Brunswick Secondary College 330 000 Canterbury Girls Secondary College 500 000 Deer Park Secondary College 400 000 Drouin Secondary College 280 000

Endeavour Hills SC (Jun) 620 000 Flora Hill Secondary College 180 000

Golden Square Secondary College 180 000 Kangaroo Flat Secondary College 440 000 Lilydale Secondary College 500 000 Maffra Secondary College 425 000

Matthew Flinders Girls High School 100 000 Momington SC (Jun) 700 000

Nhill Secondary College 493 000 Norlane High School 185 000

Norwood Secondary College 500 000 Oakleigh South SC (Jun) 400 000

Portland Secondary College 254 000 Reservoir Secondary College 250 000

Ringwood Secondary College 700 000 Sandringham SC (Senior) 750 000

Sebastapol Secondary College 691 000 Swan Hill Secondary College 360 000

Traralgon Secondary College 690 000 Upper Yarra Secondary College 300 000 Upper Yarra SC (Templestowe) 400 000 Wangaratta High School 575 000

Wamambool Secondary College 150 000 Warragul Secondary College 100 000 Westernport Secondary College 750 000 White Hills Secondary College 451 000

Total 15 854 000

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Expenditure $

PAYMENTS IN RESPECT OF 1993 GRANTS

QUEENSLAND General Element

Primary Schools Badu Island 298 371

Burnett Heads 391 243

Calamvale 410811

Collingwood Park 380 874

Golden Beach 200 959

Kawungan 117 068

Kuluin 121 120

Middle Ridge 163 070

Richlands 142 300

Rosedale 353 480

Tingalpa 118 749

Secondary Schools Acacia Ridge 214 391

Banyo 703 697

Biloela 420 189

Brisbane 481 656

Caboolture 200 000

Centenary Heights 797 286

Cooktown 429 370

Deception Bay 1 989 949

Gin Gin 533 709

Heatley 107 000

Mabel Park 128 229

Maryborough 184 290

Park Ridge 1 776 847

Rockhampton 1 260 837

Salisbury 215 000

Stanthorpe 78 121

T oowong 503 156

Urangan 623 968

Woree 418 895

Yeppoon 742 381

Banksia Beach 332 684

Burpengary 109 427

Chatsworth 166 456

Glenvale 158 440

Gympie South 156 816

Kin Kora 282 380

Maryborough West 558 040

Port Curtis Road 499 613

Robina 105 008

St Bernard 465 100

Wilston 187 854

Minor Projects 3 208 524

Balmoral 215 794

Beerwah 1 288 385

Bremer 682 624

Bundaberg 551 559

Caloundra 773 133

Chinchilla 364 053

Dalby 424 998

Elanora 764 972

Gordonvale 852 050

Laidley 589 991

Mansfield 437 942

North Rockhampton 208 455

Ravenshoe 1 585 266

Rosedale 170 000

Sarina 104 644

Sunshine Beach 1 381 231

Townsville 366 000

William Ross 1 863 728

Wynnum 409 909

Minor Projects 2 050 908

Total 35 823 000

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QUEENSLAND

Secondary Support Element

Secondary Schools Alexandra Hills 103 841 Dysart 234 516

Harristown 180 139 Kawana Waters 240 060

Mareeba 496 021 Mount Gravatt 510 388

Murgon 13 282 Sunshine Beach 90 804

Townsville 34 949

Total 1 904 000

Secondary Refurbishment Element

Secondary Schools Acacia Ridge 313 598 Atherton 280 623

Beaudesert 362 107 Caboolture 700 595

Cleveland 609 450 Coorparoo 592 713

Corinda 591 766 Gladstone 100 587

Gympie 261 610 Heatley 150 987

Home Hill 492 540 Kepnock 71 603

Mareeba 16 866 Maroochydore 36 554

Mitchelton 480 057 Mossman 57 334

Mount Morgan 221 873 Murgon 717 787

Oakey 346 975 Oxley 500 416

Pine Rivers 679 102 Salisbury 350 147

Townsville 500 909 Trinity Bay 366 573

Woodridge 358 951 Yeppoon 100 663

Yeronga 545 614

Total 9 808 000

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA General Element

Primary Schools Adam Road Primary School 400 000 Bindoon Primary School 962 000

Churchlands Primary School 600 000 Clarkson Primary School 2 000 000

Cooinda Primary School 815 190 Dunsborough Primary School 850 000

Herne Hill Primary School 1 100 000 Inglewood Primary School 700 000

Joondalup Primary School 2 000 000 Woodlupine Primary School 450 000

Secondary Schools Belridge High School 4 700 000 Collie SHS 1 321 810

Craigie SHS 500 000 Mount Lawley SHS 1 300 000

Other Schools Morowa Ag School 2 000 000

Total 19 699 000

Secondary Support Element

Secondary Schools Tom Price High School 650 000 Belridge High School 337 000

Total 987 000

Secondary Refurbishment Element

Secondary Schools Balcatta SHS 199 500 Bridgetown SHS 636 833

Denmark Agric College 438 245 Girrawheen SHS 467 092

Hollywood SHS 396 202 Kent Street SHS 470 050

Teeming SHS 504 910 Lynwood SHS 406 220

Melville SHS 427 168 Morley SHS 487 509

Narrogin Agric College 192 500 Pinjarra SHS 247 334

Swan View SHS 396 437

Total 5 270 000

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PAYMENTS IN RESPECT OF 1993 GRANTS

SOUTH AUSTRALIA General Element

Primary Schools Blakeview 158 000

Golden Grove Primary 885 000

Lyndoch Primary 377 000

Seaford Rise Primary 1 108 000

Woodcraft Primary 229 000

Secondary Schools Coober Pedy 522 000

Golden Grove Secondary 434 000

Kapunda High 200 000

Nurioopta High 903 000

Strathalbyn High 62 000

Serious Multiple Disabilities Units 264 000

Burton Primary 106 000

Hallett Cove East Primary 18 000

Salisbury Park Primary 220 000

Settlers Farm Primary School 163 000

Daws Road High 261 000

Homelands School 194 000

Naracoorte High 2 160 000

Salisbury High 500 000

Waikerie High 549 000

Minor Works 7 500 000

Total 16 813 000

Secondary Support Element

Secondary Schools Norwood/Morialta High School 750 000 Whyalla Secondary College 154 000

Total 904 000

Secondary Refurbishment Element

Secondary Schools Christies Beach High 500 000

Eyre High School 400 000

Glenunga High School 250 000

Naracoorte High 350 000

Thebarton High School 500 000

Waikerie High School 150 000

Elizabeth High School 400 000

Gawler High School 250 000

Le Fevre High School 500 000

Port Pirie High School 500 000

Underdale High School 200 000

Open Access Telecottage Network 417 000

Total 4 417 000

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TASMANIA General Element

Secondary Schools Claremont College 904 000 Deloraine High 400 000

Elizabeth College 2 682 000 Hellyer College 673 000

Reece High 273 000 Sorell District High 600 000

Minor Works 378 000

Total 5 910 000

Secondary Support Element

Secondary Schools Alanvale College 40 000 Claremont College 30 000

Don College 50 000 Elizabeth College 35 000

Hellyer College 74 000 Hobart College 50 000

Launceston College 20 000 Rosny College 40 000

Queenstown (Dist Ed) 8 000 Smithton (Dist Ed) 10 000

St Marys (Dist Ed) 12 000

Total 369 000

Secondary Refurbishment Element

Secondary Schools Deloraine High 245 540 Devonport High 236 005

Huonville High 188 554 New Norfolk High 196 000

New Town High 319 094 Penguin High 35 000

Queechy High Smithton High

212 293 240 200 Rose Bay High

Total

238 314

1 911 000

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NORTHERN TERRITORY General Element

Batchelor Area School Driver High School

1 000 000 100 000 Dripstone High School Katherine High School

1 000 000 345 000

Total 2 445 000

Secondary Support Element

Alice Springs High School Dripstone High School Sadadeen Secondary College

20 000 13 000 40 000

Casurina Secondary College NightclifFHigh School Sanderson High School

5 000 10 000 15 000

Total 103 000

Secondary Refurbishment Element

Casurina Secondary College Nhulunbuy High School Taminmin High School

150 000 100 000 60 000

Darwin High School Sadadeen Secondary College 200 000 38 000

Total 548 000

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PAYMENTS IN RESPECT OF 1993 GRANTS

AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY General Element

Conder Primary and Preschool Narrabundah College 1 770 000 910 000

Kambah High School Wanniassa High School

500 000 500 000

Total 3 680 000

Secondary Refurbishment Element

Alfred Deakin High School 62 609 Belconnen High School 245 860

Campbell High School 104 700 Canberra High School 68 643

Charnwood High School 50 510 Copland College 31 778

Dickson College 228 998 Erindale College 39 958

Hawker College 95 975 Kaleen High School 17 587

Lake Ginninderra College 39 254 Lyneham High School 55 956

Melba High School 18 290 Phillip College 26 288

Stirling College 64 152 Telopea Park School 110 442

Total 1 261 000

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Expenditure $

PAYMENTS IN RESPECT OF 1993 GRANTS

NEW SOUTH WALES

Catholic Block Grant Authority Albury St Patrick's Parish School 265 000

Ashfield Bethlehem College 264 709

Asquith St Patrick's Primary School 350 000

Barraba St Joseph's School 31 500

Belfield St Michael's School 355 000

Blacktown Patrician Brothers' College 2 395 000

Bonnyrigg Freeman Catholic High School John The Baptist Primary School

593 148 I 383 528

Booragul St Paul's High School 322 454

Bourke St Ignatius’ School 33 000

Campbelltown St John the Evangelist Primary School 107 000

Casino St Mary's High School 800 000

Casula All Saints Catholic Senior High School 775 145

Edgeworth St Benedict's Primary School 10 000

Enfield St Joseph's Primary School 87 130

Erskine Park Emmaus Catholic College 813 802

Glendenning St Francis of Assisi Primary School 557 747

Gloucester St Joseph's Primary School 40 000

Goulburn St Patrick's College 576 972

Goulburn North Marian College 980 000

Greenacre St John Vianney's School 231 880

Hassal Grove Clare Catholic High School 1 048 000

Hurstville Bethany College

St Mary's Star of The Sea Primary School

739 100 210 000

Katoomba St Canice's School 157 000

Kenthurst St Madeleine's Primary School 300 000

Kincumber Holy Cross Primary School 445 000

Leeton St Francis De Sales Regional College 962 292

Lewisham St Thomas' Beckett Primary School 87 500

Lurnea St Francis Xavier's School 200 000

Maitland St Peter's High School 70 000

Malabar St Andrew's School 248 000

Mayfield St Columban's Primary School 150 000

Menai Aquinas College

Holy Family Primary School

200 000 263 037

Mittagong St Michael's School 67 000

Mudgee St Matthew's Central School 141 515

Murwillumbah Mount St Patrick Primary School 100 000

Narellan Narellan Catholic Primary School 300 000

Nowra St John the Evangelist High School 1 243 899

Orange James Sheahan Catholic High School 865 000

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PAYMENTS IN RESPECT OF 1993 GRANTS

NEW SOUTH WALES

Catholic Block Grant Authority (coni') Parramatta Port Macquarie

Punchbowl Quakers Hill Raymond Terrace

Rooty Hill Rosemeadow

South Windsor Springwood Summer Hill Sydney Tamworth Tumbi Umbi Tweed Heads South Uralla Wagga Wagga

Wakeley Walgett Wauchope Wee Waa West Kempsey Windale Wollongong Woolgoolga Woolwich Young

TOTAL

Our Lady of Mercy College 265 000

St Joseph's High School 870 203

St Peter's Primary School 120 600

St Charbel's College 222 900

Quakers Hill Parish Primary School 1 634 841

St Brigid's Primary School 151 891

St Agnes' High School 495 000

John Therry Catholic High School 341 000

Our Lady Help of Christians Primary School 151 951

Bede Folding College 43 000

St Columba's High School 1 400 000

St Patrick's Primary School 130 000

Catholic System NSW 160 000

McCarthy Catholic Senior High School 30 000

St John Fisher Primary School 255 000

St Joseph's College 500 000

St Joseph's School 50 000

Henschke Primary School 229 000

Holy Trinity Primary School 190 000

Mater Dei Catholic School 140 000

Mary Mackillop College 1 975 069

St Joseph's School 75 000

St Joseph's Primary School 92 400

St Joseph's School 270 000

St Joseph's Primary School 145 000

St Pius X Primary School 551 435

St Mary's Star of the Sea College 220 000

St Francis Xavier Primary School 556 593

Marist Sisters College 70 000

Catholic Secondary School 249 113

St Mary's Primary School 48 500

30 403 854

Independent Block Grant Authority

Ashtonfield Hunter Valley Grammar School 250 000

Bankstown St Euphemia College 150 000

Bathurst All Saints College 76 000

Mumbulla School for Rudolf Steiner Education 100 000

Belmont North Belmont Baptist Christian community School 313 873

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Expenditure $

PAYMENTS IN RESPECT OF 1993 GRANTS

NEW SOUTH WALES

Independent Block Grant Authority (coni') Belrose Covenant Christian School 15 000

Kamaroi School 100 000

Bonville Coffs Harbour Christian Community School 499 846

Byron Bay Byron Community Primary School 194 000

Coffs Harbour Casuarina School 128 000

Cranebrook St Paul's Grammar School Penrith 300 000

Dee Why St Luke's College 5 000

Dungay Murwillumbah Christian Community School 310 000

East Maitland Linuwel School Ltd 250 000

Erskine Park Mamre Christian College 151 000

Ewingsdale Cape Byron Rudolf Steiner School 76 000

Georges Hall Bankstown Grammar School 120 000

Goonellabah Blue Hills Adventist School 104 000

Hamilton Macquarie College 30 836

Hazelbrook Blue Mountains Steiner School 147 000

Lillian Rock Daystar School for Rudolf Steiner Education 180 000

Maroubra Mount Sinai College 368 000

Moree Moree Christian School 97 663

Murwillumbah Kangia Steiner Community School 43 000

Newcastle Newcastle Grammar School 30 000

Oxford Falls Oxford Falls Grammar School 632 000

Port Macquarie Heritage Christian School 153 000

Prestons William Carey Christian School 480 000

Randwick Claremont College 144 034

Regents Park Christian Community High School 24 000

Riverstone Coverdale Christian School 360 000

Scone Scone Grammar School 370 000

Singleton Singleton Christian Community School 170 000

Tamworth Carinya Christian School 436 700

Taree Taree Christian Community School 250 000

Waratah St Philip's Christian College 500 000

TOTAL 7 558 952

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PAYMENTS IN RESPECT OF 1993 GRANTS

VICTORIA

Catholic Block Grant Authority Airport West St Christopher's School 1 308 000

Ballarat East St Alipius' School 17 868

Bendigo St Joseph's School 449 636

Colac Sacred Heart School 131 495

Corio St Francis Xavier's School 280 253

Cranboume St Therese's Primary School 695 987

Daylesford St Michael's School 1 236 856

Deer Park St Peter Chanel Primary School 154 000

Dooboobetic Mcauley College 183 675

Eaglehawk St Liborius' School 540 086

Echuca St Joseph's College 55 770

Eltham North Holy Trinity Primary School 77 233

Epping St Monica's College 1 899 068

Femtree Gully St Joseph's Regional College 447 014

Fitzroy Academy of Mary Immaculate 411 307

Geelong Catholic Regional College - Geelong 1 521 228

Geelong West St Patrick's School 151 466

Gordon St Patrick's School 509 258

Greenvale Greenvale Catholic Primary School 288 049

Hamilton Monivae College 188 016

Hampton Park St Kevin's Primary School 513 085

Keilor North Catholic Regional College - Keilor North 762 490

Kilmore Assumption College 1 124 890

Kyabram St Augustine's College 86 000

Kyneton Sacred Heart College 137 499

Lalor West St Catherine's Primary School 358 944

Leongatha Mary Mackillop Catholic Regional College 909 100

Melton South St Anthony's Primary School 460 219

Melton West Catholic Regional College 918 000

Mill Park St Francis of Assisi Primary School 821 188

Moe Presentation College 75 011

Momington Padua College 511 881

Mortlake St Colman's School 193 720

Myrtleford St Mary's School 63 220

Nathalia St Mary of The Angels School 688 300

Newtown St Joseph's College 65 718

North Fitzroy St Joseph's Marist Brothers College 348 668

Preston Sacred Heart Primary School 270 710

Red Cliffs St Joseph's Primary School 608 000

Reservoir Holy Name Primary School 109 000

Richmond St Ignatius' Primary School 151 215

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Expenditure $

PAYMENTS IN RESPECT OF 1993 GRANTS

VICTORIA

Catholic Block Grant Authority (cont') Richmond Vaucluse College 97 693

Sale Catholic College - Sale 789 323

Seymour St Mary's College 99 401

Shepparton Notre Dame College 490 000

Springvale Killester College 287 318

St Albans Catholic Regional College 389 709

Sacred Heart Primary School 70 000

Strathfieldsaye St Francis of the Fields Catholic Primary School 1 064 255

Sunshine West Marian College 150 607

Swan Hill Mackillop College 236 644

Sydenham Catholic Regional College 217 402

Torquay St Therese's Catholic Primary School 118 730

Traralgon St Michael's School 715 630

Wangaratta Galen Catholic College 298 694

Warrnambool Emmanuel College 66 343

Wodonga St Augustine's Primary School 100

Yarrawonga Sacred Heart College 336 625

TOTAL 25 151 597

Independent Block Grant Authority Alphington Alphington Grammar School 11 000

Ballarat Ballarat & Clarendon College 142 830

Baxter St Paul's School 'Woodleigh' 47 900

Bell Post Hill Covenant College 228 300

Morongo Girl's College 20 000

Benalla Benalla Christian School 50 000

Bendigo Girton Grammar School 25 000

Bundoora Northside Christian College 386 365

Chirnside Park Oxley College 34 000

Coburg King Khalid Islamic College 656 900

Croydon Luther College 338 280

Doreen Plenty Valley Christian School 270 000

Drouin East Chairo Christian School 200 300

Elsternwick Adass Israel School 83 769

Endeavour Hills Maranatha Christian School 173 651

Hamilton Good Shepherd College 16 300

Hamilton College 180 900

Highton Christian College Highton 479 520

Hoppers Crossing Heathdale Christian College 1 001 000

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Expenditure $

PAYMENTS IN RESPECT OF 1993 GRANTS

VICTORIA

Independent Block Grant Authority (cont') Hurstbridge Learning Cooperative Ltd 30 000

Junortoun Ascension College 249 500

Katandra West Katandra Farm School 95 109

Keilor Overnewton Anglican Community College 216213

Lilydale Lilydale Adventist Academy 57 870

Maryborough Highview Christian Community College 9 000

Melton Mowbray College 33 200

Monbulk Mountain District Christian School 31 800

Mooroolbark Billanook College 50 000

Mount Evelyn Mount Evelyn Christian School 15 000

Newtown St Andrew's Private School 90 000

Nyora Hillcrest Christian College 273 930

Oakleigh Oakleigh Greek Orthodox College 680 000

Pakenham Beaconhills Christian College 525 500

Portland Christian Community College 5 000

Shepparton Goulbum Valley Grammar School 16 000

Tyabb Westemport Christian School 86 720

Wantima South Knoxfield College 16 600

Warragul St Paul's Anglican Grammar School 158 100

Warranwood Melbourne Rudolf Steiner School 231 300

Waverley Waverly Christian College 163 600

Wendouree Ballarat and Queens Anglican Grammar School 259 380

TOTAL 7 639 837

Payments in Respect of 1992 Grants

Catholic Block Grant Authority Ballan St Brigid's School 44 546

Ballarat East St Alipius' School 51 693

Bentleigh East St Peter's School 7 390

Berwick St Michael's School 56 762

Braybrook St John's College 94 054

Brunswick North St Margaret Mary's School 490

Dallas Holy Child Primary School 17 714

Dandenong St John's Regional College 24 193

Essendon West Ave Maria College 47 245

Lovely Banks Chanel College 5 854

Noble Park North Nazareth College 213 289

Preston West St Raphael's Primary School 69 595

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PAYMENTS IN RESPECT OF 1993 GRANTS

QUEENSLAND

Catholic Block Grant Authority Alexandra Hills St Anthony's School 67 225

Ashgrove Marist College Ashgrove 284 000

Ayr Burdekin Catholic High School 115 000

Brisbane St James' School 500 000

Brown's Plains St Bemadine's School 295 230

Bundaberg South St Mary's School 93 319

Bundaberg West St Patrick's School 338 022

Burpengary Blessed Eugene De Mazenod Catholic Primary School 290 000 Cairns St Augustine's College 399 500

Capalaba St Luke's Catholic Primary School 469 261

Charleville St Mary's School 15 630

Charters Towers St Mary's College 275 800

Collinsville St John Bosco's School 31 400

Coorparoo Villanova College 207 000

Comubia Chisholm Catholic College 1 190 693

Cranbrook Holy Spirit School 860 000

Ignatius Park College 90 125

Deeragun St Anthony's Primary School 350 000

Earlville Our Lady Help of Christians School 21 783

Emerald St Patrick's School 196 843

Gracemere St Paul's School 97 942

Kirwan Ryan Catholic Community School 220 680

Mackay Mercy College 406 500

St Patrick's College 181 000

Mackay North Emmanuel College 70 462

St Joseph's School 95 000

Manunda St Francis Xavier's School 192 500

Millmerran St Joseph's School 30 000

Mundingburra St Joseph's School 28 905

Palm Island St Michael's School 95 725

Proserpine St Catherine's School 220 000

Riverview St Peter Claver College 109 701

Rockhampton The Cathedral College 11 399

Rockhampton North Marian St Stanislaus College 100 000

Shomcliffe St Patrick's College 962 415

Sunshine Beach St Thomas More Catholic Primary School 836 108

Toowoomba St Joseph's College 460 000

St Mary's Christian Brothers College 422 600

St Ursula's College 70 000

Torquay Woods Star of the Sea Primary School 105 085

Trinity Beach Holy Cross School 213 000

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Expenditure $

PAYMENTS IN RESPECT OF 1993 GRANTS

QUEENSLAND

Catholic Block Grant Authority (cont') Victoria Point St Rita's Catholic Primary School 604 228

Walkerston St John's School 44 000

Woree St Gerald Majella Primary School 153 039

Yeppoon St Brendan's College 1 220 000

TOTAL 13 041 120

Independent Block Grant Authority Amndel AB Paterson College 271 000

Ashmore Trinity Lutheran College 62 100

Beaconsfield Whitsunday Anglican School 128 058

Buderim Matthew Flinders Anglican College 674 440

C annon Hill Cannon Hill College 450 000

Condon Shalom Christian College 750 000

Daisy Hill John Paul College 150 120

Everton Park Northside Christian College 30 000

Gallon Peace Lutheran Primary School 58 131

Goodna Goodna Christian School 390 000

Kenmore Brisbane Independent School 14 000

Kingaroy St John's Lutheran Primary School 55 200

Kooralbyn Kooralbyn International School 247 895

Noosaville Good Shepherd Lutheran College 257 538

Ormiston Ormiston College 368 896

Reedy Creek Hillcrest Christian College 24 871

Reedy Creek King's Christian College 959 600

Rothwell Grace Lutheran College 162 212

Springwood Logan Uniting Christian Colleges 191 967

SunnyBank Hills Autistic Children's Therapy Centre 19 448

I oowoomba Christian Outreach College 177 496

Waterford Canberbury College 249 312

Wellington Point Redlands College 235 979

Woombye Nambour Christian College 162 840

TOTAL 6 091 103

Payments In Respect of 1992 Grants

Catholic Block Grant Authority Abergowrie St Teresa's Agricultural College 5 000

Albany Creek All Saints Primary School 974

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CAPITAL PROJECTS IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS

Expenditure $

PAYMENTS IN RESPECT OF 1993 GRANTS

WESTERN AUSTRALIA

Catholic Block Grant Authority Albany St Joseph's College 280 028

Balga Majella Primary School 63 433

Ballajura Mary Mackillop Independent Community Primary School 326 259 Bentley Santa Clara School 48 780

Bluff Point St Lawrence's School 175 848

Bridgetown St Brigid's School 257 272

Broome Nulungu Independent College 1 065 000

Busselton St Joseph's School 97 652

Bunbury Bunbury Independent Primary School 52 817

Derby Holy Rosaty School 95 000

Dardanup Our Lady of Lourdes School 50 730

Edgewater Mater Dei College 315 000

Esperance Our Lady Star of the Sea Independent Primary School 115 000

1- remantle St Patrick's Parish School 193 406

Gosnells Lumen Christi College 160 260

Halls Creek Luurnpa Independent School 25 000

Harvey St Anne's Independent School 59 945

Karratha St Paul's Parish Primary School 60 000

Kalgoorlie John Paul College 245 983

Kelmscott Good Shepherd Primary School 71 783

Koondoola Mercy College Senior School 133 853

Lockridge Good Shepherd Independent School 328 166

Mandurah Mandurah Independent College 386 000

Assumption Independent Primary School 50 334

Manjimup Keaman College 199 537

Manning St Pius X School 47 000

Moora St Joseph's School 89 616

Narrogin St Matthew's Primary School 151 191

Northam St Joseph's School 140 045

Northhampton St Mary's School 55 000

Ocean Reef St Simon Peter Independent Primary School 63 704

Prendiville Independent College 209 531

Pemberton St Joseph's School 10 000

Port Hedland St Cecilia's School 112 677

Riverton Queen of Apostles School 3 412

Rockingham Star of the Sea School 93 652

Kolbe Independent College 371 213

Samson Seton Independent College 1 152 144

South Lake Mackillop Independent Primary School 775 089

Southern Cross St Joseph's School 64 736

Tardun Wandalgu Independent Primary School 300 000

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Expenditure $

PAYMENTS IN RESPECT OF 1993 GRANTS

WESTERN AUSTRALIA

Catholic Block Grant Authority (cont') Thornlie Sacred Heart Primary School 104 305

West Swan Culunga Aboriginal School 225 000

Woodvale St Luke's Independent Primary School 235 410

Wyndham St Joseph's School 45 000

TOTAL 9 105 811

Independent Block Grant Authority Albany Bethel Christian School 84 937

Armadale Pioneer Village School 81 000

Bibra Lake Perth Waldorf School 100 000

Coolgardie Christian Aoriginal Parent-Directed School 27 000

Duncraig St Stephen's School 200 000

Fitzroy Crossing Yiyili Aboriginal Community School 82 000

Fremantle Lance Holt School 49417

Glendalough Chrysalis Montessori School 19 000

Gnangara Aboriginal Community College 77 000

Guildford Guildford Grammar School 12 650

Henley Brook Guildford Montessori School 16 059

Joondalup Lake Joondalup Baptist College 230 769

Lansdale Kingsway Christian College 250 000

Mandurah Frederick Irwin Anglican Community School 100 000

Meekatharra Karalundi Aboriginal Education Centre 198 783

Morley Thomas Scott Anglican Community School 300 000

Mount Claremont Moerlina School 100 000

Mt Claremont The Quintilian School 170 000

Noonkanbah Kulkarriya Community School 63 174

Osborne Park AISWA Capital Grant Association 18 000

Port Hedland Strelley Community School 133 700

Rawa Community School Aboriginal Corporation 35 480 Ryecroft Road Helena College 17 900

South Perth Wesley College 66 930

Strathalbyn Strathalbyn Christian College 50 000

TOTAL 2 483 799

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Expenditure $

PAYMENTS IN RESPECT OF 1993 GRANTS

SOUTH AUSTRALIA

Catholic Block Grant Authority Adelaide St Mary's College 60 600

St Aloysius College 40 000

Christian Brothers College 280 161

Berri Our Lady of the River School 352 656

Clare St Joseph's School 56 054

Gilles Plains St Paul's College 222 065

Glenelg St Mary's Memorial School 21 450

Golden Grove Gleeson College 792 658

Greenacres St Martin's School 49 962

Hindmarsh St Joseph's School 44 688

Kensington Mary Mackillop College 71 384

Kilburn St Brigid's School 242 210

Millicent St Anthony's School 244 770

Mount Barker St Francis De Sales School 27 000

Mount Gambier St Paul's School 100 000

North Adelaide St Dominic's Priory College 257 000

Ottoway St Joseph's School 59 778

Parafield Gardens Holy Family Catholic School 64 061

Port Lincoln St Joseph's School 142 943

Port Pirie St Marks' College 70 000

Prospect Rosary School 333 782

Rosewater Mount Carmel College 19 427

Salisbury Thomas More College 618 112

Seaford

St Augustine's Parish School 32 265

Seaford Catholic Primary School 91 773

Thebarton Kilmara School 150 000

Walkerville St Monica's School 22 545

Whyalla St John's College 229 000

Woodcraft

Stuart Our Lady Help of Christians School Emmaus Catholic School

303 609 75 000

TOTAL 5 074 953

Independent Block Grant Authority Abertoyle Park Our Saviour Lutheran School 29 980

Aldgate The Hills Montessori School 144 880

Craigmore

Marbury School 95 000

Craigmore Christian School 196 380

Evanston South Trinity College Gawler 232 171

Fullarton Sunrise Christian School 78 500

Glossop Riverland Christian School 149 600

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Expenditure $

PAYMENTS IN RESPECT OF 1993 GRANTS

SOUTH AUSTRALIA

Independent Block Grant Authority (coni') Hope Valley Torrens Valley Christian School 30 000

Marion Maranatha Christian School 60 000

Mile End Temple College 27 360

Mile End St George College 24 280

Morphett Vale Woodcraft College 52 994

Southern Vales Christian Community School 246 720

Calvary Lutheran School 32 807

Prescott Primary 9 500

Mount Barker Cornerstone College 298 312

Mount Barker Waldorf School 197 379

Mount Gambier St Martin's Lutheran School 27 966

Mount Torrens Spring Head Lutheran School 24 416

Paralowie Bethany Christian School 145 352

Prospect Prescott College 18 000

South Plympton Bethesda Christian College 135 000

Strathalbyn Strathalbyn Christian School 64 000

Tanunda Faith Luthern Secondary School 75 500

Willunga Willunga Waldorf School 84 000

Wynn Vale King's Baptist Grammar School 55 991

Golden Grove Lutheran School 76 146

TOTAL 2 612 234

Payments in Respect of 1992 Grants

Catholic Block Grant Authority

Elizabeth Park St Thomas More's Parish School 110 000

Mount Gambier St Paul's School 83 729

Walkerville St Monica's School 1 089

TOTAL 194 818

Independent Block Grant Authority

Aldgate Marbury School 22 472

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CAPITAL PROJECTS IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS

Expenditure $

PAYMENTS IN RESPECT OF 1993 GRANTS

TASMANIA Catholic Block Grant Authority Bellerive Corpus Christi School 212251

Claremont Holy Rosary School 114 010

Devonport St Brendan-Shaw College 131 024

George Town Star of the Sea College 64 886

Hobart St Virgil's College 179 450

Mornington Mackillop College 438 413

New Town Sacred Heart College 248 000

North Hobart Catholic System Tasmania 9 000

Prospect Vale St Patrick's College 204 518

Richmond St John's School 28 877

Ulverstone Sacred Heart School 119 886

Wynyard St Brigid's School 46 604

TOTAL 1 796 919

Independent Block Grant Authority Hobart St Michael's Collegiate School 112 813

Kingston Calvin Christian School 48 132

Tarremah School for Rudolf Steiner Education 204 673

Newstead Scotch Oakburn College 34 188

Rokeby Emmanuel Christian School 72 376

Sandy Bay The Hutchins School 97 660

West Moonah Hobart Seventh Day Adventist School 46 516

TOTAL 616 358

Payments in Respect of 1992 Grants

Catholic Block Grant Authority Bellerive Corpus Christi School 14 390

Hobart St Peter's School 5 270

TOTAL 19 660

Independent Block Grant Authority Ulverstone Leighland Christian School 14 067

Payments in Respect of 1991 Grants

Catholic Block Grant Authority Beiienve Corpus Christ! School 38 762

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CAPITAL PROJECTS IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS

Expenditure $

PAYMENTS IN RESPECT OF 1993 GRANTS

AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY

Combined Block Grant Authority Braddon Merici College 178 466

Campbell St Thomas More's Primary School 140 000

Conder Conder Catholic Primary School 234 499

Dickson Daramalan College 75 571

Gordon Covenant College 612 083

Griffith St Edmund's College 309 890

St Clare's College 717 320

Kambah St Thomas the Apostle Primary School 15 000

Lyneham O'Connor Christian School 24 450

Pearce Marist College 154 607

Weston The AME School 193 346

Wanniassa Trinity Christian School 35 000

TOTAL 2 690 232

In Respect of 1992 Grants

Braddon Merici College 31 661

Pearce Marist College 2 037

TOTAL 33 698

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SPECIAL EDUCATION CAPITAL SUPPORT IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS

Expenditure $

Payments In Respect of 1993 Grants

New South Wales Albury Xavier High School 14 916

Armidale Wyndham Playgroup Early Intervention Program 7 000

Artarmon Noah's Ark Toy Library for Handicapped Children 3 230

Bankstown De La Salle College 4 050

Bellinger Bellingen Children's Centre 24 000

Bonville Coffs Harbour Christian Community School 4 200

Byron Bay St Finbarr's Primary School 4 850

Campbelltown St Thomas More School 8 500

St Gregory's College 10 000

Casino St Mary's Primary School 9 812

Castle Hill Oakhill College 8610

Cronulla De La Salle College 9 940

Dungog St Joseph's Primary School 10 000

Dural Pacific Hills Christian School 1 571

Grafton Community Centre (Westlawn) 10 000

Gwynneville St Brigid's School 1 869

Kingscliff Kingscliff Mini School 10 000

Kooringal Diocesan Integration Support Centre 8 024

Kurri Kurri Hunter Prelude Early Intervention Centre 1 252

Maroubra Mount Sinai College 69 600

Menai Sutherland Shire Christian School 9 000

Moorebank St Joseph's Primary School 9 100

Naremburn St Leonard's Primary School 1 133

Narooma Narooma Pre- School 9 783

North Lismore Summerland Early Intervention Program 9 958

North Parramatta The Garfield Barwick School 10 000

North Sydney Sydney Church of England Grammar School 5 561

Nowra Noahs Ark Centre 8 550

Peakhurst Association for Children with Learning Difficulties 10 000

Revesby Heights De La Salle College 4 750

Smithtown Lower Macleay Pre-School 3 880

South Grafton Clarence Valley Intervention Program 9 692

South Woy Woy St John The Baptist School 7 125

Sydney Families First 25 768

Tuggerah Mater Dei College 10 000

Wagga Wagga Henschke Primary School 3 500

Wahroonga St Edmund's School for Blind & Visually Impaired Students 10 000 Walgett Walgett Pre-School Kindergarten Inc 5 000

Yass Yass Early Childhood Centre 10 000

Young Young Early Intervention Service 2 710

386 934

93

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SPECIAL EDUCATION CAPITAL SUPPORT IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS

Expenditure $

Payments In Respect of 1992 Grants

New South Wales Armidale St Mary's Primary School 25 883

Ballina Ballina Early Intervention Program 69 992

Camden Mater Dei Special School 15 913

Forestville Forestville Montessori School 50 000

Hornsby Barker College 3 030

North Ryde Macquarie University Special Education Centre 222 000

Orange Orange District Early Intervention Program 1 000

Port Macquarie Port Macquarie Early Intervention 53 100

Rooty Hill St Agnes' High School 7 700

Tam worth St Edward's Primary School 24 694

473 312

Payments in Respect of 1992 Grants

Forestville Forestville Montessori School 25 000

Camden Mater Dei Special School 25 000

50 000

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SPECIAL EDUCATION CAPITAL SUPPORT IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS

Expenditure $

Payments In Respect of 1993 Grants

Victoria Bairnsdale Nagle College 10 000

Ballarat Ballarat and Clarendon College 1 998

Bell Post Hill Covenant College 609

Bundoora Epic Centre Bundoora 16 894

Canterbury Strathcona Baptist Girl's Grammar School 10 000

Chadstone Waroonga Early Intervention 3 433

Clayton Elwyn Morey Child Study Centre 3 100

East Malvern The Currajong School 46 444

East Melbourne Catholic System Victoria 62 182

Glen Iris Korowa Anglican Girl's School 10 000

Glen Waverley Frank W Cheshire Education Centre 20 144

Hamilton Monivae College 8 588

Kew Royal Guide Dogs Association of Australia 1 254

Lilydale Lilydale Adventist Academy 3532

Mooroolbark Billanook Creek 75 000

Newtown Geelong College 2 395

Research Eltham College 1 898

South Yarra Christ Church Grammar School 9 366

Warragul St Paul's Anglican Grammar School 27 510

Whittington St Augustine's Special School 147 217

461 564

Payments In Respect of 1992 Grants

Victoria Eaglehawk St Liborius School 5 821

Femtree Gully St Joseph's Regional College 124 742

Glen Waverley Berengarra School 9 998

Kew Royal Guide Dogs Association of Australia 12 654

153 215

Payments In Respect of 1990 Grants

Victoria South Melbourne Yoorallla Society of Victoria 4911

4911

95

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SPECIAL EDUCATION CAPITAL SUPPORT IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS

Expenditure $

Payments In Respect of 1993 Grants

Queensland Brisbane Guide Dogs for the Blind Association of Queensland 10 000

Buderim Matthew Flinders Anglican College 14 725

Cairns FNQ Disabled Children's Support Group 5 816

Cranbrook Holy Spirit School 8 076

East Brisbane Noah's Ark Toy Library for Handicapped Children 6 000

Fig Tree Pocket The Glenleighden School 10 000

Graceville Christ the King School 9 993

Kedron Mount Alvemia College 10 000

Monto St Theresa's School 4 703

New Farm Queensland Spastic Welfare League 50 289

Runaway Bay St Francis Xavier's School 9 900

Southport Aquinas Catholic College 2 757

Sunnybank Hills Autistic Children's Therapy Centre 14 606

Toowoomba The Toowoomba Preparatory School 5 882

Mater Dei Primary School 10 000

Woombye Christian Outreach College - Sunshine Coast 10 000

Yeppoon St Ursula's College 5 211

187 958

Payments In Respect of 1992 Grants

Benowa St Kevin's School 17 941

Rockhampton North

Marian St Stanislaus College 9 600

27 541

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SPECIAL EDUCATION CAPITAL SUPPORT IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS

Expenditure $

Payments In Respect of 1993 Grants

Western Australia Bunbury Bunbury Catholic College 4 040

Claremont Methodist Ladies College 9 320

Kelmscott Good Shepherd Primary School 10 000

Lansdale Lansdale Adventist Christian School 1 140

Osborne Park Association for Autistic Children in WA Inc 9 843

Tuart Hill Servite College 9 929

44 272

Western Australia Broome Gelorup Lansdale Mandurah

Viveash Walliston Westfield

Payments In Respect of 1992 Grants

St Mary's School The Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School Kingsway Christian College Frederick Irwin Anglican Community School

La Salle College Kalamunda Christian School John Wollaston Community school

71 500 6 105 72 000 13 863 25 000

1 680 75 000

265 148

Payments In Respect of 1990 Grants

Thomlie Sacred Heart Primary School 196

196

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SPECIAL EDUCATION CAPITAL SUPPORT IN NON GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS

Expenditure $

Payments In Respect of 1993 Grants

South Australia Adelaide St Mary's College 1 657

Aidgate The Hills Montessori School 4 735

Brighton St Teresa's School 6 000

Clare St Joseph's School 3 640

Colonel Light Garden St Therese's School 4 973

Dulwich St Patrick's Special School 9 727

Elizabeth Grove St Mary Magdalene's School 10 000

Glen Osmond Seymour College 10 000

Jamestown St James School 136

Kensington Park Pembroke School 6 063

Mansfield park St Patrick's School 4000

Marion St Ann's Special School 8 689

Mitchell Park Suneden Special School 9 900

Morphett Vale Calvary Lutheran School 9 914

Antonio School 366

Southern Vales Christian Community School 9 210

Murray Bridge St Joseph's School 2 976

Myrtle Bank Autistic Children's Association of South Australia 2 250

North Adelaide St Dominic's Priory College 66 000

Norwood St Joseph's Memorial School 4 165

Novar Gardens Immanuel College 31 440

Paralowie Bethany Christian School 9 399

Port Pine St Mark's College 8 458

Salisbury Thomas More College 4 970

Salisbury East Tyndale Christian School 7 129

Seacombe Gardens Marymount College 4 475

Sheidow Park St Martin De Porres School 4 460

St Mary's St Bernadette's School 8 667

Stirling St Catherine's Parish School 5 984

Walkerville St Monica's School 6 359

Warradale Christ the King School 4 170

269 912

Woodville

Payments in Respect of 1992 Grants

Spastic Centre o f SA Inc 35 336

35 336

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SPECIAL EDUCATION CAPITAL SUPPORT IN NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS

Expenditure $

Payments In Respect of 1993 Grants

Tasmania Battery Point Lady Gowrie Child Care Centre Inc 6 380

Bumie Stella Maris Primary School 2 200

George Town Gordon Square Child Care Centre 10 000

Hobart Royal Guide Dogs for the Blind Association 29 139

Launceston Association of Independent Schools Tasmania 1 000

New Town Colony 47 Inc Toy Town Library for Handicapped Children 69 000 Newstead Scotch Oakbum College 10 000

North Hobart The Friends School 9 990

137 709

Payments In Respect of 1993 Grants

Northern Territory Alice Springs St Mary's Child and Family Welfare Service 52 348

Berrimah Marrara Christian School 8 370

60 718

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON GOVERNMENT SCHOOL NEW SOUTH WALES

Disadvan-

General taged

Recurrent Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

CATHOLIC SYSTEMIC SCHOOLS Diocese of Armidale Armidale St Mary's Primary School 454671 3003

O'Connor Catholic High School 1292138 4356

Barraba St Joseph's School 133343 9492 594

Bingara St Mary's School 91862 13790

Boggabri Sacred Heart School 87113 7920 2145

Glen Innes St Joseph's School 484221 3003

Gunnedah St Xavier's School 436636 1287

Guyra St Mary of the Angels School 107897 1287

Inverell Holy Trinity School 777697 19120 3894

Manilla St Michael's School 121663 15800

Moree St Philomena's School 489163 1287

Mungindi St Joseph's School 128281 9302 858

Narrabri St Francis Xavier's School 244412 2722

Oxley Vale St Mary's School 124448

Quirindi St Joseph's School 220942 12673

Tam worth Our Lady of the Rosary College 1357059 429

McCarthy Catholic Senior High School 708802 2574

St Nicholas' School 452086 2722

St Edward's Primary School 626290 2145

Tam worth West St Joseph's School 216602 10599

Tenterfield St Joseph's School 224687 20167 1716

Uralla St Joseph's School 142183

Walcha St Patrick's School 92711 7248

Walgett St Joseph's School 218159 17245 4884

Warialda St Joseph's School 47252 1716

Wee Waa St Joseph's School 271090

Werris Creek St Joseph's School 96340 5000

Diocese of Bathurst Baradine St John's School 90310 11177

Bathurst Diocesan Catholic Girls High School 967888 2722

St Philomena's School 127464

Cathedral School 304823 11578

Bathurst West The Assumption School 491148 858

Blayney St Joseph's Central School 429376 297

Canowindra St Edward's School 462238 27835

Coolah Sacred Heart Primary School 70151 23133

Coonabarabran St Lawrence's Central School 421466 20894 1287

Coonamble St Bernard's School 234870 9579 4884

Cowra St Raphael's Central School 862425 1236 4623 2178

Dubbo St John's Primary School 514033

St John's College 1361346 3201

Dubbo North St Mary's Primary School 189387

Dubbo South St Laurence's Infants School 215346

Dubbo West St Pius X Primary School 243641

Dunedoo St Michael's School 120726 10226

Eugowra St Joseph's Catholic School 70749 15093

Gilgandra St Joseph's School 217842 12458

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL NEW SOUTH WALES

General Recurrent

Disadvan­ taged Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Gulgong All Hallows School 131113 14880

Kelso Holy Family School 480010

Lithgow La Salle Academy 487578

St Patrick's School 411590 429

Manildra St Joseph's School 75310 13735

Molong St Joseph's School 140850 858

Mudgee St Matthew's Central School 623173 1716

Oberon St Joseph's Central School 443532 7293

Orange Holy Family School 107479

Sacred Heart Infants School 320514

St Joseph's Primary School 530481 1287

James Sheahan Catholic High School 1930975 Orange East St Mary's Primary School 274879 858

Portland St Joseph's School 135203 13753 1146

Wellington St Mary's Central School 509848 25458 429

Ycoval St Columba's School 68520 9408

Diocese of Parramatta Baulkham Hills Our Lady of Lourdes School 641257 4455

St Michael's School 1096854 2722 3861

Blacktown Patrician Brothers' College 1962113 30388 2722 12870

St Patrick's Primary School 483437 37866 13610 2145

Blacktown Sth Nagle Girls High School 1325265 42754 2722 7491

St Michael's School 776016 35047 5444 4884

Castle Hill St Bernadette's Primary School 883627 16332 3597

Gilroy College 2161602 2722 4719

Cranebrook Corpus Christi Primary School 678362 2722 8580

Doonside St John Vianney Primary School 610496 31950 21540 2722 5148

Dundas St Patrick's Marist College 1602028 17626 2722 7293

Dundas Valley St Bernadette's School 440538 13932 1716

Emu Plains Our Lady of the Way Primary School 592829 4125

McCarthy Catholic Senior High 1796375 3432

Erskine Park Emmaus Catholic College 2111893 14497 16332 9867

Trinity Catholic Primary School 464288

Girraween St Anthony's School 608155 43275 2722 8217

Glenbrook St Finbar's School 599598 5444 2574

Glendcnning St Francis of Assisi Primary School 325229 6967 5444 3894

Granville Holy Trinity School 429846 32060 37725 5313

Patrician Brothers High School 1142201 28488 2722 16797

Granville East Holy Family School 606708 33564 42140 13464

Greystanes Our Lady Queen of Peace School 1163191 36378 8166 3465

Newman High School 1526957 20410 2722 12012

Guildford St Patrick's Primary School 774376 38898 10888 5214

Hams Park St Oliver's Primary School 355966 39759 24498 9108

Katoomba St Canice's School 342134 1287

Kellyville Our Lady of the Rosary Primary 530480 10896 5742

Kenthurst St Madeleine's Primary School 634134 5313

Marian College 1313060 6006

Kingswood St Joseph's School 1079458 18898 14157

I-alor Park St Bernadette's School 652506 36378 2739

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL NEW SOUTH WALES

Disadvan- ESL ESL Special

General taged General New Educa-

Recurrent Schools Support Arrivals tion

Lawson Our Lady of the Nativity School Luddenham Holy Family Primary School Marayong Holy Family High School St Andrew's Primary School

John Paul Π Senior High School

Merrylands Cerdon College St Margaret Mary's School

Mt Druitt Loyola College Mt Druitt South Sacred Heart Primary School North Rocks Christ the King School

Parramatta Parramatta Marist Junior School St Patrick's Primary School Parramatta North St Monica's School Penrith St Nicholas of Myra School

Mary Mackillop School

Plumpton Good Shepherd School Quakers Hill Quakers Hill Parish Primary School Regentville Caroline Chisholm Catholic High Richmond St Monica's School

Riverstone St John's Primary School Rooty Hill St Agnes' High School St Aidan's Primary School Rydalmere St Mary's School

Seven Hills Our Lady of Lourdes School South Windsor Bede Folding College Springwood St Thomas Aquinas School St Columba's High School

St Clair Holy Spirit Primary School St Marys Our Lady of the Rosary School Wentworthville Our Lady of Mount Carmel School Westmead Catherine McAuley High School

Parramatta Marist High School Sacred Heart School

Windsor St Matthew's School Winston Hills St Paul the Apostle School Diocese of Broken Bay Asquith St Patrick's Primary School Avalon Beach Maria Regina School

Balgowlah St Cecilia's School Berowra Heights St Bernard's Primary School Carlingford St Gerard's School Chatswood Mercy College

Our Lady of Dolours Primary School Collaroy Plateau St Rose's School Davidson St Martin De Pones School Dee Why St Kevin's Primary School Epping Our Lady Help of Christians

Our Lady of Mercy College

Forestville Our Lady of Good Counsel School

357924 2574

288801 1141898 40848 4356

857418 41944 4884

2071132 2275497 42754 8166 13365

827623 37862 10888 13002

452360 16332 891

531552 42140 65328 5577

502421 2722

273975 18730

504151 41951 5444 2574

307142 7825 1188

604384 1716

524774 3432

778204 37000 41951 10888 9009

663050 17380 48996 9009

1453115 4752

579819 5444 5181

519070 42140 3003

1472716 35013 16332 29832

518915 40785 24498 4290

590447 13001 16332 9603

457070 16841 5444 2574

1945333 7293

710852 9009

1728553 6468

799826 17452 12441

792702 38220 2722 7623

667514 38889 6006

2077534 10888 13299

2246561 5444 12210

338277 13954 5444 5148

663527 3597

601693 2722 8151

545273 4677 3927

307321 2722

331724 4677 429

314507 4290

597179 4677 7920

1114084 37797 2722 14223

584923 32261 48996 3861

301489 1287

347766 4290

425981 18899 16332 3861

449114 31773 13610 5148

496465 1287

324542 1716

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL NEW SOUTH WALES

General Recurrent

Disadvan­ taged Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Gosford East St Joseph's High School 1004222 5610

St Patrick's Primary School 656460 4677 3333

1 Iarbord St John the Baptist Primary School 326266 4677 2722 858

Kincumber 1 loly Cross Primary School 203541

Lake Munmorah St Brendan's Primary School 318424 31223 858

I.indfield Holy Family Primary School 426187 4677 858

Manly St Paul's College 987274 8583 5444 1188

St Mary's School 392286 18586 8166 1452

Manly Vale St Kieran's School 487970 1749

Mona Vale Sacred Heart School 493223 6864

Narcmbum St Leonard's Primary School 234204 7206 5148

Narrabeen St Joseph's Primary School 430943 2722 3861

Narrawcena St John's School 430242 1716

Noravillc St Mary's Primary School 512385 26618 6204

Northbridge St Philip Neri School 286251

Pennant Hills St Agatha's Primary School 811159 15676 5444 5214

Pymble Mount St Bernard's School 503951 5444 17919

Pymble West Our Lady of Perpetual Succour 266614

Sth Woy Woy St John the Baptist School 865817 40000 6006

St Ives Corpus Christi School 494961 2722 4290

Terri gal Star of the Sea School 325478

Hie Entrance Our Lady of the Rosary School 558376 5444 3003

Tuggerah Mater Dei College 1452633 16764

Corpus Christi College 1538961 2310

I umbi Umbi St John Fisher Primary School 283778

Waliroonga Prouille School 549727 1287

St Leo's College 1930570 13610 3432

Waitara Our Lady of the Rosary School 520934 18899 8166 4455

Warricwood Mater Maria College 1422958 21813

Willoughby St Thomas' School 317083 7206 8166 2013

Wyoming Our Lady of the Rosary Primary 569689 2722 5181

Wyong St Cecilia's School 489437 1287

Diocese of Canberra-Goulburn Adelong St Joseph's School 146639 15943

Batehaven St Bernard's Primary School 459614 18600

Batlow St Mary's School 101772 14388

Bega St Patrick's Primary School 263731

Bombala St Joseph's School 97394 265

Boorowa St Joseph's School 170714 1508

Braidwood St Bede's School 195883

Cooma St Patrick's School 770588 4704

Cootamundra Sacred Heart School 614321 3627

Crookwell St Mary's School 240750

Eden St Joseph's School 274127

Goulbum Saints Peter and Paul Primary School 525273 2249

Goulbum North St Joseph's Primary School 299296 1957

Grenfell St Joseph's School 158129 14725 2413

Gundagai St Patrick's School 244033 14934

Harden Trinity School 400160 14706 3739

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL NEW SOUTH WALES

General Recurrent

Disadvan­ taged Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Lake Cargelligo St Francis Xavier Primary School 189317 16000

Moruya St Mary's School 347994 2776

Queanbeyan St Gregory's Primary School 873814 27152 5445

Taralga Sacred Heart School 75508

Temora St Anne's School 404179 1451

Tumut Mcauley Catholic Central School 477779

Wyalong West St Mary's War Memorial School 485388 996

Yass Mt Carmel High School 195586

Mt Carmel Primary School 390125

Young St Mary's Primary School 417483 1504

Catholic Secondary School 386170

Diocese of Lismore Alstonville St Joseph's Primary School 332813

Ballina St Francis Xavier Primary School 499842 2046

Banora Point St Joseph's College 321051 429

Bayldon Mary Help of Christians Primary 389323 21142

Bellingen St Mary's Primary School 156596 23026

Bowraville St Mary's Primary School 98182 24180 2904

Byron Bay St Finbarr's Primary School 333189 832 2310

Casino St Mary's High School 793482 32721

St Mary's Primary School 498149 18605 3762

Casino South St Michael's Infants School 147042 16300 1782

CoS's Harbour St Augustine's Primary School 859613 10500 8166 8052

John Paul College 1697698 8000 10494

Coraki St Joseph's Primary School 147377 15435 1881

Dorrigo Mount St John Primary School 138495 17065 832

Grafton Our Lady Help of Christians School 201798 858

St Mary's Primary School 259486 4455

Catherine McAuley College 1136222 11583

Grafton South St Joseph's Primary School 353553 8085

KingscliS St Anthony's Primary School 310692 13900 2310

Kyogle St Brigid's Primary School 283048 15310 2145

Laurieton St Joseph's Primary School 255624 26200

Lismore St Carthage's Primary School 849800 1460 2739

Lismore East Our Lady of Lourdes Infants School 112567 2145

Lismore South Our Lady Help of Christians School 191916 20246 3003

Macksville St Patrick's Primary School 285120 22200 832 2145

Maclean St Joseph's Primary School 327038 20660 625 7623

Mullumbimby St John's Primary School 272122 15355 1716

Murwillumbah Mount St Patrick Primary School 385687 13885 594

Mount St Patrick Regional Fligh 1229149 17026 1716

Port Macquarie St Joseph's High School 2053711 6435

St Joseph's Primary School 536856 16000

St Agnes' Primary School 515092 4290

St Peter's Primary School 172341 3795

South Murwillumbah St Joseph's Primary School 207484 9790

Tweed Heads St Joseph's Primary School 542667 7407 3003

Wauchope St Joseph's Primary School 372717 14288 2310

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL NEW SOUTH WALES

Disadvan- ESL ESL Special

General taged General New Educa-

Recurrent Schools Support Arrivals lion

West Kempsey St Joseph's Primary School 613188 15988 3168

St Paul's College 750958 9060 1287

Woodbum St Joseph's Primary School 233551 21252 5742

Diocese of Maitland Aberdeen St Joseph's High School 966683 4290

Abcrmain Holy Spirit Infants School 154837 18668 4536 2145

Adamstown St Columba's Primary School 229233 3024 3432

St Pius X High School 1362767 11340 1287

Belmont St Joseph's Primary School 388313 4536 6435

Booragul St Paul's High School 1013497 7560 10296

Branxton St Brigid's Primary School 175236 17335

Bulahdelah St Joseph's Primary School 106666 13764

Cardiff St Kevin's Primary School 257336 3780 1716

Ccssnock West St Patrick's Primary School 469810 4536 3003

Charlestown St Joseph's Primary School 559096 7560 858

Denman St Joseph's Primary School 127736

Dungog St Joseph's Primary School 156798 3780 3003

East Maitland St Joseph’s Primary School 349645 2145

St Vincent's Infants School 185373 7560

Edgeworth St Benedict's Primary School 258936 3780 594

Forster Holy Name Primary School 399245 22936 4536 858

Gateshead St Mary's High School 1211683 1512 4290

St Paul's Primary School 377062 4536 1716

Glendale Holy Cross Primary School 200463 3780 858

Gloucester St Joseph's Primary School 117686 13303

Greta St Mary's Infants School 163803 12523

Hamilton St Francis Xavier's College 2599785 21181 7590

Kilaben Bay Toronto St Joseph's Primary School 547583 1890 1716

Kotara South St James Primary School 336128

Kurri Kurri Holy Spirit Primary School 220206 10932 3024

I^mbton St John's Primary School 229726 7560 429

Ix>chinvar St Patrick's Primary School 214429 3024 3861

Maitland St John the Baptist Primary School 380044 7560

All Saints College 3584216 7560 11352

Mayfield St Columban's Primary School 420048 27289 15121 3003

San Clemente High School 1330131 18901 16038

Mere wether St Joseph's Primary School 356112 7560 2904

Merewether Beach Holy Family Primary School 331487 5148

Merriwa St Joseph's Primary School 135004 3432

Morisse St John Vianney Primary School 238635 858

Muswellbrook St James Primary School 336376 9072 4323

Nelson Bay St Michael's Primary School 330670 2145

New Lambton St Therese's Primary School 403868 5670 429

Raymond Terrace St Brigid's Primary School 544581 2145

Rutherford St Paul's Primary School 300222

Scone St Mary's Primary School 208813 3024 1716

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL NEW SOUTH WALES

General Recurrent

Disadvan­ taged Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Shortland Our Lady of Victories Primary School 176907 3780

Singleton St Francis Xaviers Infants School 190276 3024

St Catherine's College 922781 3780 5148

St Francis Xavier's Primary School 311808 4536 3861

Stockton St Peter's Primary School 198274 4627 3780

Swansea St Patrick's Primary School 238695 3024 1716

Taree St Joseph's Primary School 554007 6435

St Clare's High School 1224977 3780 1749

Tarro Our Lady of Lourdes Primary School 271717 858

Tenambit St Mary's Infants School 113024

Wallsend St Patrick's Primary School 449767 15121 1287

Waratah Corpus Christi Primary School 239475 7560 2607

Warners Bay St Mary's Primary School 497998 858

Windale St Pius X Primary School 297098 14343 858

Wingham St Joseph's Primary School 180066 10777 2268 858

Diocese of Sydney Annandale St Brendan's School 215202 2722 2739

Amcliffe St Francis Xavier's School 384069 36666 5444 9174

Ashfield Bethlehem College 1700655 44901 13610 6501

De La Salle College 1893112 55525 5444 15444

St Vincent's School 577636 102274 32664 13926

Auburn Marist Brothers Benedict Senior 1796776 60810 40877 5444 28050

St John's Primary School 550039 17496 121026 27220 4455

St John's Regional Girls High School 927547 42451 2722 18480

Auburn South St Joseph the Worker School 515111 44631 5444 3861

Balmain St Augustine's School 279761 858

Bankstown Benilde High School 1196422 10327 2574

De La Salle College 1014691 12788 2722 14025

Nazareth Senior College 1245541 10327 7722

St Brendan’s School 520321 26470 111907 16332 8580

St Felix' Primary School 555547 85935 19054 3861

Belfield St Michael's School 330142 42613 5444 4917

Belmore St Joseph's Primary School 467500 47816 10888 7326

Beverley Hills Regina Coeli School 568122 5444 858

Bexley Kogarah Marist High School 2089892 23493 3432

St Gabriel's School 329744 2574

Blakehurst Mater Dei School 489463 4719

Bondi St Patrick's School 249105 8166 858

Bondi Beach St Anne's Primary School 279361 13610 1452

Bondi Junction Holy Cross College 1209724 8166 3894

Holy Cross Junior School 377982 2722 429

Bonnyrigg Our Lady of Mount Carmel School 956385 79848 5444 4719

Freeman Catholic High School 1755279 34845 9438

John the Baptist Primary School 550715 21167 3861

Bossley Park Mary Immaculate Primary School 625465 14621 2722 3432

Botany St Bernard's School 267545 20508 17526 3432

Brighton-Le -Sands St Thomas More's School 300024 21306 2145

Burwood Christian Brothers High School 1003542 45624 2722 9009

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL NEW SOUTH WALES

General Recurrent

Disadvan­ taged Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Cabramatta Sacred Heart School 718017 59572 130358 16332 5577

Campsie St Mel's Primary School 591532 41180 125010 27220 12012

Caringbah De La Salle College 951368 7755

Our Lady of Fatima School 752171 12342

Casula All Saints Catholic Senior High School 1000511 9223 5874

Clllion Gardens Blessed Sacrament School 288467

Clovelly St Anthony's School 239884

Como St Joseph's Primary School 629683 5049

Concord St Mary's Primary School 859392 42613 27220 6930

Concord West St Ambrose' Primary School 367591 2904

Coogee St Brigid's Primary School 347032 5444 1287

Cronulla Our Lady of Mercy College 942057 1287

St Aloysius' Primary School 328359 2722 2145

De La Salle College 1170246 1110 6006

Croydon Holy Innocents Primary School 594274 82192 10888 9603

Croydon Park St Francis Xavier's School 577686 50927 10890

Daceyville St Michael's School 390917 2574

l>nimmoyne St Mark's Primary School 339936 1287

Dulwich Hill St Paul of the Cross School 553043 106711 8166 9603

Earl wood Our Lady of Lourdes School 570797 27499 7722

Marist College 1458101 858

St Kevin's School 666018 13610 2574

St Therese' Primary School 315955

Enfield St Joseph's Primary School 593634 38368 5444 7887

Engadine St John Bosco Primary School 895138 8166 17193

St John Bosco High School 982476 12474

Lnmore St Pius School 334554 30842 41033 858

Erskincville St Mary's School 317768 26676 6039

I· airfield Our Lady of the Rosary Primary 543826 30114 82271 16332 2574

Patrician Brothers College 2531154 52020 2722 5577

l ive Dock All Hallows Primary School 475070 36769 8166 4026

Domremy College 1551889 48127 18282

1· orest Lodge St James' Primary School 299510 78 2722 594

Georges Hall St Mary's Primary School 388156 2574

Gladesville Our Lady Queen of Peace School 313083 13610 2145

Greenacrc St John Vianney's School 548395 45087 5444 4884

Gymea St Catherine Laboure School 558826 5444 1749

1 labcrfield St Joan of Arc School 517117 46885 5444 14058

1 lomebush Wst St Dominic's School 385539 25877 8166 6138

1 lorsley Park Marion Primary School 299738 17292

Hunters Hill Villa Maria Primary School 330315

Hurstville St Mary's Star of the Sea School 509106 45676 5577

Bethany College 1688508 13237 13728

Kensington Our Lady of the Rosary School 510590 21626 10888 10725

Our Lady of the Sacred Heart School 1456397 32824 12012

Kingsgrove De La Salle College 887145 5444 6864

Our Lady of Fatima School 431819 13610 5478

St Ursula's College 1495557 21025 1287

Kogarah St Patrick's Primary School 446482 21018 8166 858

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON GOVERNMENT SCHOOL NEW SOUTH WALES

General Recurrent

Disadvan­ taged Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Lakemba Mackillop Girls High School 1009533 13712 58667 10888 15444

St John's College 1263377 34318 63491 2722 19734

St Therese' School 515354 13050 87108 16332 6897

Lane Cove St Michael's School 601461 3432

Leichhardt St Fiacre's School 355759 28758 5444 4719

Leichhardt Nth St Columba's School 413960 25795 9339

Lewisham St Thomas' Boys School 677008 35441 5444 13827

St Thomas' Beckett Primary School 384364 56562 2722 5577

Lidcombe Marist Brothers Benedict Junior 249265 18944 35952 4719

St Joachim's School 540616 27006 59667 10888 2739

Liverpool Patrician Brothers High School 1057190 45535 16797

St Mary's High School 1191125 38293 7293

St Mary's Primary School 833102 117077 27220 6006

Lumea St Francis Xavier's School 423970 14001 2574

Malabar St Andrew's School 517714 3432

Maroubra Our Lady of the Annunciation School 263171 30849 10888

St Aidan's Primary School 377545 2722 1716

St Mary's School 270021 3003

Maroubra Beach St Joseph's School 186589

Marrickville St Brigid's Primary School 732000 34373 114530 10888 6336

Casimir Catholic College 1595366 30250 88609 16332 20592

Marsfield St Anthony's School 366151 10888 2178

Mascot St Therese's School 836605 32117 58852 2574

Matraville St Agnes' School 468490 31008 8166 10461

Meadowbank St Michael's School 443695 41804 13610 891

Menai Holy Family Primary School 759206 6369

Aquinas College 255755

Miranda Our Lady Star of the Sea School 606197 5444 594

Moorebank St Joseph's Primary School 595534 7887

Mosman Marist Sacred Heart Primary School 478666 2722

Newtown St Joseph's Primary School 200356 17526

North Ryde Holy Spirit School 806781 19054 5148

North Sydney Marist College North Shore 1128357 1716

St Mary's Preparatory School 382497 5444 3003

Oatley St Joseph's Primary School 350101

Paddington St Francis' School 272877

Padstow Hghts St Therese Primary School 304517 2722 858

Pagewood Marist Brothers High School 1552249 25713 9009

Panania St Christopher's School 460094 4620

Penshurst Marist Brothers' High School 695474 2722 1287

St Declan's School 541281 858

Punchbowl St Jerome's School 679928 36666 123199 19054 12870

Randwick Brigidine Senior School 1677822 10888 3432

Marcellin College 1708039 8166 6864

Our Lady of the Sacred Heart School 482898 13402 19054 858

Randwick St Margaret Mary's School 248098 16332

Regents Park St Peter Chanel High School 695927 9471

St Peter Chanel Primary School 528825 47940 19054 3498

Revesby St Luke's School 751661 2722 6006

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL NEW SOUTH WALES

General Recurrent

Disadvan­ taged Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Revesby Hghts De La Salle College 1101096 10296

Riverwood St Joseph's Primary School 648180 16792 8166 4290

Rockdale St Joseph's School 365361 51951 24498 858

Rose Bay McAuley Primary School 307311 1287

Rozelle St Joseph's Primary School 188582 2722

Rvde Holy Cross College 1557122 448 2722 14190

Rvdc St Charles' Primary School 553487 2722 6171

Sadi ci r St Therese School 364822 24680 2722 3597

Sans Souci St FinbaPs School 332369 8580

Sefton Immaculate Heart of Mary School 546532 17242 3465

Smithfield St Gertrude's Primary School 687593 70631 3168

South Hurstville St Raphael's Primary School 339307 142 13610 3465

Slanmore St Michael's School 424028 30757 2722 1716

Stralhfield St Martha's School 316197

Stralhfield Slh St Anne's School 261477 2145

Summer Hill St Patrick's Primary School 313468 33914 8166 3003

Sum' Hills St Peter's School 313399 41157 5444

Sutherland St Patrick's Primary School 633941 5444 10725

St Patrick's College 2801489 10197

Sydney St Mary's Cathedral College 1279145 34090 2722 3861

Vi 11a wood Sacred Heart School 354368 37714 56905 6864

Wakeley Mary Mackillop College 1624772 69010 6006

Waterloo Our Lady of Mount Carmel Primary 482945 39620 30899 5444 5577

Waverley St Charles' School 394687 5444 3432

Wool oo ware St Francis De Sales School 346168

Woolwich Marist Sisters College 1504660 2722 11583

Yagoona Christ the King School 396130 23685 5444 8580

Diocese of W a g g a W a g g a Albury St Patrick's Parish School 846345 9438

Λ1 bury North St Anne's Primary School 379843 7293

Bemgan St Columba's School 97188

Coleam bally St Peter's Primary School 134443 6534

Coolamon St Michael's School 134443 6222

Corowa St Mary's School 285894 3861

Culcaim St Joseph's Primary School 114196 18082

linley St Joseph's Primary School 248639

Ganmain St Brendan's Primary School 67222 14099

Griffith St Patrick's School 728909 21386 2722 2145 I Iolbrook St Patrick's Primary School 184657 Jerildene St Joseph's School 120675 18293 2145 Junee St Joseph's Primary School 175748 16620 858 Kooringal Sacred Heart Primary School 644680 9867 Irvington Holy Spirit Primary School 527244 2728 4719 Leeton St Joseph's Primary School 524005 16766 2310 Lockhart St Joseph's Primary School 123915 858 Narrandera St Joseph's School 396041 9920 17199 6864 I arcutta St Thomas Aquinas School 84230 4808 Ί ocumwal Sacred Heart School 117435 15510 I umbarumba All Saints Primary School 117435 141301 1 0

Appendix 3

SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL NEW SOUTH WALES

General Recurrent

Disadvan­ taged Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Urana St Francis Xavier’s Primary School 60742 6968

Wagga Wagga Henschke Primary School 940293 5444 4719

Holy Trinity Primary School 439775 1643 858

Mater Dei Catholic School 312621 858

Yenda St Therese's Primary School 87469 7966

Yoogali St Mary's School 204904 11556 1287

Diocese of Wilcannia Forbes Balranald St Joseph's School 101674 11190

Barham St Joseph's School 97438

Bourke St Ignatius' School 334678 17700 311

Brewarrina St Patrick's School 101674 6200

Broken Hill Sacred Heart College 631229

Cobar St John's School 254186 110

Condobolin St Joseph's School 177930

Deniliquin St Michael's School 288077

Forbes St Laurence's School 499899 20200 2693

Hay St Mary's School 233004 1346

Hillston St Joseph's School 76262

Narromine St Augustine’s School 190640 898

Nyngan St Joseph's School 169457 16000 217

Parkes Holy Family School 436352 14284 647

Peakhill St Joseph's School 88965 14143 217

Trangie St John's School 114383 11300

Trundle St Patrick's School 80492

Warren St Mary's School 165221 16202 1244

Wentworth St Francis Xavier's School 80492 11660

Wilcannia St Therese's Community School 114383 16534

Diocese of Wollongong Albion Park St Paul's School 606725 15658 5444 6006

St Joseph's Regional High School 1844518 14273 5148

Bellambi Holy Spirit College 1864620 18691 18018

Bowral St Thomas Aquinas' School 375812 8038

Bulli St Joseph's School 277401 13499 2574

Camden St Paul's Primary School 893790 15676 594

Campbelltown St John the Envangelist Primary 908025 17298 594

St Thomas More School 654076 10718 3168

Corrimal St Columbkille's School 520077 12430 3432

Dapto St John's Primary School 788074 19753 2722 2574

Eaglevale St Mary's Catholic Primary School 584136 16661 3168

Fairy Meadow St John Vianne/s School 580800 16454

Gwynneville St Brigid's School 319733 9244 3003

Helensburgh Holy Cross Primary School 327038 8239 1716

Inglebum Holy Family Primary School 621521 13532 3432

Kiama Sts Peter and Paul Primary School 517417 7837 5610

Milton St Mary's Star of the Sea School 333106 28718 6100

Mittagong St Michael's School 293247 9002

Moss Vale St Paul's School 325988 5002

Nowra St Michael's School 913158 9110 4455

St John the Evangelist High School 1069230 11971 6435

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL NEW SOUTH WALES

General Recurrent

Disadvan­ taged Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Picton St Anthony's School 427059 12038

Port Kcmbla St Patrick's School 285942 17504 11687 858

Rosemeadow John Therry Catholic High School 1728833 20222 2722

Our Lady Help of Christians School 452121 16212 5444 2574

She 11 harbour Stella Maris School 530602 12991 1716

ITiirroul St Michael's School 337189 4435 858

Unanderra St Pius X School 601218 12795 3861

Varroville Mount Carmel High School 1739135 15944 9438

Warrawong St Francis of Assisi School 520451 19306 24979 2722 3003

West Wollongong St Therese's School 597321 11053 3003

Wollongong St Francis Xavier's School 629429 16547 2722 13794

SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST SYSTEMIC SCHOOLS A1 bury Border Christian College 110684

Auburn Auburn SDA School 104576 4159

Bowral Bowral SDA School 11060

Castle Hill Castle Hill SDA School 154432 2126

Chatham Manning District SDA School 22420

Colls Harbour Coffs Harbour SDA School 7988

Cooranbong Avondale Primary School 371608 8580

Avondale SDA School 521324 2574

Corrimal Illawarra SDA School 20672

Doonside Mountain View SDA School 251008 8601 2722

F>ina Central Coast SDA School 114324

Goonellabah Blue Hills SDA School 152922

Hamilton Macquarie College 169592

Hurstville Hurstville SDA School 92416 7138

Kempsey Kempsey SDA School 16720 5517

Kenmore Goulbum SDA School 25438

Macksville Macksville SDA School 12540 4145

Macquarie Fields Macquarie Fields SDA School 69312 4160

Maitland Maitland District SDA School 36397

McGraths Hill Hawkesbury SDA School 13376

Mullumbimby Mullumbimby SDA School 35630

Murvvillumbah Murwillumbah SDA School 276956 1716

Narromine Narromine SDA School 40922 3112

Port Macquarie Port Macquarie SDA School 48240

Strathfield Sydney Adventist College 757925 39954

I amworth Tam worth SDA School 16395 2691

Toronto Toronto SDA School 45264

Wagga Wagga Wagga Wagga SDA School 32074

Wahroonga Wahroonga SDA School 188480 5444 2833

ΝΟΝ-SYSTEMIC SCHOOLS Albion Park Tongarra Christian School 63588 858

A1 bury Xavier High School 1833164 17135

The Scots School 649801

Arcadia Northholm Grammar School 476674 1287

Armidale The Armidale Waldorf School 56406

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL NEW SOUTH WALES

General Recurrent

Disadvan­ taged Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Armidale New England Girls School 345992 858

The Armidale School 517768 4446

Presbyterian Ladies College 439984 4160 1287

Ashtonfield Hunter Valley Grammar School 279044

Bankstown St Euphemia College 325428 15433 5444 1778

Bathurst All Saints College 454402 1287

St Stanislaus College 833112 4891

The Scots School 226568 1287

Bayview Loquat Valley Anglican School 120897

Beecrofl Arden Anglican School 227654

Bega Mumbulla School for Rudolf Steiner 68130 429

Bellbrook Mirriwinni Gardens Aboriginal Academy 131760 20972

Bellevue Hill Cranbrook School 717902 1287

Moriah War Memorial College 965530 4160 21776 3112

The Scots College 780831 5988 858

Belmont North Belmont Baptist Christian School 600864 4788

Belrose Kamaroi School 98716 3591

Covenant Christian School 991863 2223

Yanginanook 16590

Berowra Berowra Christian Community School 137774

Birchgrove Birchgrove Community School 93555 2223

Blackheath Gateway Christian School 562302

Blacktown Tyndale Christian School 1216023 6952

Bondi Rabinovitch Yeshiva College 613170 29427 3112

Yeshiva Girls' High School 197152 4160 5780

Bonville Cofis Harbour Christian School 1246608 20247

Bourke Koinonia Christian Academy 41482

Bowral Chevalier College 2094264 10023

Eukarima School 81729

Southern Highlands Christian School 263872 Bowraville Tallowood School 29862 4082 2223

Bradbury Sherwood Hills Christian School 37542

Brookvale St Augustine's College 1341300 2996 1287

Burradoo Oxley College 369138

Burwood MLC School 1085459 17230

Byron Bay Byron Community Primary School 75208 6061

Campbelltown St Gregory's College 2216424

St Patrick's College 2260606 34190 16006

St Peter's Anglican Primary School 485184

Broughton Anglican College 1176784 1287

Castle Hill Oakhill College 2599560 2722 3557

Castlereagh Kindalin Christian School 165416 1778

Chatswood St Pius X College 1876986 41442 2722 3557

Cherrybrook Tangara School for Girls 378180

CofTs Harbour Casuarina School 51982 858

Collaroy Pittwater House Grammar School 303023

Collaroy Beach Pittwater House Girls' College 264049

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON GOVERNMENT SCHOOL NEW SOUTH WALES

Disadvan-

General taged

Recurrent Schools

ESL ESL

General New

Support Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Cordcaux l Ieights Illawarra Christian School 699918 4719

Crancbrook St Paul’s Grammar School 1378148 2668

Cremome Sydney Church of England Co-Educ 1160563 2257

Croydon Presbyterian Ladies College 682636 1778

Darlmghurst Sydney Church of England Girls' 608865

East Sydney Community-Based High 141702 72608

Dee Why St Luke's Grammar School 507834

Dubbo Dubbo Christian School 944998 2223

Dulwich Hill St Maron's School 622566 54911 1778

Dural Lorien Novalis School for

Rudolf Steiner Education 216740

Pacific Hills Christian School 994562 4160 22231

Redfield College 324606

Eaglevale Odyssey House 149160

Hast Maitland Linuwel School 64337

Edged iff Ascham School 540905

Engadine Boys Town 91982 52701 162506

Hpping Australian International School 166474

Erina Heights Central Coast Grammar School 789867

Erskine Park Mamre Christian College 943968 858

Eungella Bhaktivedanta Swami Gurukula 54835 4336

Ewingsdale Cape Byron Rudolf Steiner School 254352 4891

Fannborough Chase Wollongong Christian Community 148074

Five Dock Rosebank College 1557744 41628 1779

Forbes Red Bend Catholic College 1663424 14257 12951 858

Forest ville Forestville Montessori School 87238 4891

Georges Hall Calvary Chapel Christian School 190912 7313 858

Bankstown Grammar School 706932 17237

St Paul's Anglican Church Choir 39592

Gilgandra St John's Lutheran Primary School 90840 11065

Glebe St Scholastica's College 1449828 41960 3557

Glendale Newcastle Rudolf Steiner School 116736

Goonellabah Summerland Christian Academy 224072 1778

Gordon Ravenswood School for Girls 573262

St Edward's Christian Brothers School 1152452 Goulbum St Patrick's College 1198904 1778

Tambelin Independent School 16590 1287

Goulbum North Marian College 980137

Green Point Green Point Baptist Christian School 614722 2668

Greenacre Greenacre Baptist Christian School 152914 4160

Malek Fahd Islamic School 850592 27872 54942

A1 Noori Muslim Primary School 112812 4160

Griffith Catholic High School 893648 42829 10226

Gunnedah St Mary's College 950130 5780

Gunnedah Christian Community School 39816 858

Gwynneville Elonera School 27685

Harris Park Our Lady of Lebanon School 1991971 87666 29942 3557

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL NEW SOUTH WALES

Disadvan-

General taged

Recurrent Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Hazelbrook Blue Mountains Steiner School 84944 1287

Henty St Paul's Lutheran Primary School 86298 5492

Hornsby Barker College 1242578 4446

Hunters Hill St Joseph's College 1410636 2668

Hurstville Danebank School 737875 15903

St George Christian School 524358 2223

Ingleside Hamazkaine Arshak and Sophie Gaulston 458122 70181

Jindera St John's Lutheran School 208932

Kellyville The William Branwhite Clarke School 1468768 Kenthurst The Hills Grammar School 559834

Kingsford St Spyridon College 1211352 52445 1540

Kingsgrove Arkana College 38885 4160

Kirribilli Loreto Kirribilli 1760676 12004

Lakemba All Saints Orthodox Grammar School 245532

Lane Cove Currambena School 67796

St Ignatius' College 1243371 5335

Leeton St Francis De Sales Regional School 809370 36935 17887

Leura Korowal School 313980

Lewisham Christian Brothers High School 2256735 2722 858

Lillian Rock Via Kyogle Daystar School for Rudolf Steiner 129675 22203 1813

Lindfield Masada College 249005 4160 10888 429

Highfields Preparatory & Kindergarten 58823 1287

Lismore St John's College Woodlawn 654752

Trinity Catholic College 2737078 5335

Manly Stella Maris College 1176784

Maroubra Mount Sinai College 141040 5444 2223

Mayfield Mayfield Christian Community School 924338 3112

Menai Sutherland Shire Christian School 1339147 12347

Inaburra School 1476330 4160 4505

Metford Metford Christian Community School 275548

Middle Cove Glenaeon Rudolf Steiner School 333591

Milperra Mount St Joseph's Girls School 1524900 41628 16211

Milsons Point St Aloysius' College 1607908

Milton Croobyar Christian School 81844

Mittagong Frensham School 181170 2668

Gib Gate School 89270

Moree Moree Christian School 109008

Mosman Queenwood School for Girls 601821 2668

Church of England Preparatory School 83754 1188

Moss Vale Tudor House 38493

Mount Druitt Bethel Christian Academy 379646 1540

Mulgoa Nepean District Christian School 163512

Mullumbimby North Coast Christian Community 102952 7512

Mullumbimby Christian School 40878 5429 1778

Murwillumbah Kangia Steiner Community School 166540 11584 8166

Murwillumbah Christian Community 89326 Narara Gosford Christian Community School 962380 3112

115

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL NEW SOUTH WALES

General Recurrent

Disadvan­ taged Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Narellan Macarthur Region Anglican Church 1166108

Newcastle Newcastle Grammar School 555981

Nimbin Nimbin Community School 24105 17925

Tun table Falls Community Primary 51779 33815 891

Normanhurst Loreto College 1075308

Nth Parramatta Tara Anglican School for Girls 746864 4160 2722

The King's School 597099

Redeemer Baptist School 584874 7151 5444

Nth Richmond Kuyper Christian School 151400

North Sydney Monte Sant' Angelo College 1842450 4144

Sydney Church of England Grammar 766672 2702

Wenona School Ltd 453326 4160 1287

Nowra Nowra Christian Community School 574878 594

Oakville Amdell College 269570

Orange Kinross Wolaroi School 691656 4160 8003

Orange Christian School 340718 1287

Orchard Hills Penrith Christian Community School 433485 1287

Oxford falls Oxford Falls Grammar School 226730

Paddington Sydney Grammar Edgecliff 123516

Parkes Central West Christian Community 202458

Parramatta Our Lady of Mercy College 1824912 2223

Pennant Hills Mount St Benedict High School 1497524 16377 13610 3557

Penrith St Dominic's College 1879146 5698 8003

Port Macquarie Heritage Christian School 713318 8790

Potts Point St Vincent's College 830700 2722 4891

Prestons William Carey Christian School 1289718 53315 20726

Punchbowl St Charbel's College 1359480 82884 6225

Pymble I’ymble Ladies' College 1636276 6462 3112

Randwick Claremont College 168266 4160 2668

Coogee Boys Preparatory School 133760

Ihe Emanuel School 241005 4160 13610 2223

Regents Park Christian Community High School 997472 4160 1778

Riclunond Hill Vistara Primary School 63588

Riverstone Coverdale Christian School 675144 1287

Riverwood Southside Montessori School 75772 2668

Rockdale St Dominic Savio School 45420

Rose Bay Kincoppal-Rose Bay Convent School 562300

Kambala Church of England Girls' 489779

Roseville Roseville College 705151

Rouse Hill St Gregory's Armenian Catholic School 180278 15750 Ryde Ryde Christian Community School 118092 Scone Scone Grammar School 322426 Singleton Singleton Christian Community School 166540 858 South Granville South Granville Christian School 149886 7286 858 St Ives Brigidine College 1216096 5698 3557 Sydney Grammar School 167508 Masada College High School 396022 4160 2722 3557 Stanmore Newington College 980058 Strathlield Meriden School 715031 4700 2668 116

Appendix 3

SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON GOVERNMENT SCHOOL NEW SOUTH WALES

Disadvan-

General taged

Recurrent Schools

ESL ESL

General New

Support Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Strathfield St Patrick's College 2181728 4446

The Mcdonald College 257332 1778

Santa Sabina College 2216484 5698 3557

Summer Hill Trinity Grammar School 1249697 11695 858

Surry Hills The International Grammar School 334112

Sydney St Andrew's Cathedral School 400658 7679

Sydney Grammar School 738100

Tam worth Calrossy School 484968

Carinya Christian School 512242 3591

Taree Taree Christian Community School 529692 1188

Terrey Hills Kinma School 27573

Sydney Japanese School 373845

Northern Beaches Christian School 587656

Thora Chrysalis School for Rudolf Steiner 154924 18869

Toongabbie Toongabbie Baptist Christian School 907977 5780

Turramurra Aberfeldy Preparatory School 53838

Northside Montessori School 85162 4160

Tweed Heads South Lindisfame School 243754 7400 2668

Wagga Wagga Mount Erin High School 1452174 1287

St Michael's Regional High School 1388832 4891

Trinity Senior High School 1092728

Wagga Wagga Lutheran Primary School 320968 4001

Wagga Wagga Christian College 181575 1778

Wahroonga Abbotsleigh 705142

Knox Grammar School 1033549 1287

Wahroonga Preparatory School 45862

Walla Walla St Paul's College 445464

W'aratah St Philip's Christian College 749238 858

Warrimoo John WyclifTe Christian School 1066766 5780

Waverley St Catherine's School 642403 4160 1287

St Clare's College 956304 1287

Waverley College 2522397

Wee Waa Namoi Valley Christian School 25452

Wellington Wellington Christian School 223344 6424 5780

Wentworth Falls Blue Mountains Grammar School 757264 Westmead Essington Christian Academy 80738 4160 2722

Wollongong St Mary's Star of the Sea School 2343654 41628 594

West Edmund Rice College 2346000 23531

The Illawarra Grammar School 418309

Yarramundi Aurora Meander School for Rudolf 36808

Steiner Education

ΝΟΝ-SYSTEMIC SPECIAL SCHOOLS Ballina Biala Special School 22904 50679

Camden Mater Dei Special School 125263 15451 194870

Caringbah Nace (Nsw) Infants School 6670 7935

Castle Hill St Gabriel's School for Hearing Impaired 44964 56079 290189

Charlestown Newcastle School for Autistic Children 21148 Cootamundra Elouera Special School 9240 10260

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL NEW SOUTH WALES

General Recurrent

Disadvan­ taged Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Corrimal Illawarra School for Autistic Children 28534

Dural Warrah Village Rudolf Steiner School 29378 88779

Engadine Heathdene Special School 9338 22573

Forest vi lie Vem-Bamett School for Autistic Children 57166

Hazel brook The Hall for Children Special 77236 152246

Kendall Grange Via Monsset St John of God 46818 184005

Kingsgrove Kingsgrove School for Autistic Children 13340 Kura wee Sylvanvale School 48868 8557 132250

I*eura Eloura School 24606 103761

Mayfield St Dominic's Centre for Hearing Impaired 35008 125036

North Parramatta The Garfield Barwick School 16008 173654

North Rocks The Alice Betteridge School 179382 1000944

Macquarie University Special School 44022 165304

Quirindi Quirindi Special School 9107 10364

Randwick Randwick School for Autistic Children 21246

Joseph Varga School 85338 18571

I elopea Kingsdene Special School and Hostel 46004 73791

Iemgal Terrigal School for Autistic Children 19912

Ulladulla Mullala Special School 9858 28604

Wahroonga St Edmund's School for Blind & Visually Impaired Childrlen 83936 8288 221839

St Lucy's School for Blind and Visually Handicapped Children 40540 160596

West Inala Rudolph Steiner School for Pennant Hills Curative Education 43434 5402 109546

Wctherill Park Wetherill Park School for Autistic Children 41678

Wvong Hope Town Special School 62464 120537

Young Bellhaven Special School 25474 61555

OTHER ORGANISATIONS Λ1 lambic Fights The Spastic Centre of NSW 38203

Darlington The Shepherd Centre 22376

Enfield Royal Blind Society of NSW Home Visiting Development Program 94142

I· orestville Autistic Association 505989

Parramatta NSW Society for Children & Young Adults with Physical Disabilities 57305

Strathfield Australian Association of Special Education 5585 Sydney Association of Independent Schools of NSW 240370

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL VICTORIA

Disadvan- ESL ESL Special

General taged General New Educa-

Recurrent Schools Support Arrivals tion

CATHOLIC SYSTEMIC SCHOOLS Diocese of Ballarat Alfredton St Thomas More's School 427370 1000

Ararat Marian College 687580 2600

St Mary's School 258492 1800

Ballan St Brigid's School 184933 3000

Ballarat Loreto College 1606221 4700

St Patrick's Primary School 306157 1300

St Patrick's College 1826074 3319

Ballarat East Sacred Heart College 752150

St Alipius' School 518757 7480

St Francis Xavier Primary School 637023 5785

St Paul's College 715418 6250

Ballarat North St Columba's School 326340 3500

Birchip Immaculate Heart of Mary School 92028 18563 2215

Bungaree St Michael's School 44937

Camperdown St Patrick's School 264775 1616

Catholic Regional College 637172

Casterton Sacred Heart Primary School 157555 700

Charlton St Joseph's School 101887 115

Clarkes Hill St Mary's School 68251

Colac Sacred Heart School 327932 1100

Trinity College 699773 31217 4000

St Mary's School 250133 19263 1500

Coleraine St Joseph's School 85165 9400

Coragulac St Brendan's School 129631

Creswick St Augustine’s School 140116 1000

Daylesford St Michael's School 234532 29595

Delacombe Lumen Christi Primary School 259279 2400

Dennington St John's School 146339

Donald St Mary's School 132645 1315

Dooboobetic Mcauley College 587074 2900

Dunnstown Our Lady of Fatima School 111569

Edenhope St Malachy's School 126831 1100

Gordon St Patrick's School 150920 1000

Hamilton St Mary's Primary School 326549 7000

Hopetoun St Joseph's School 85548

Horsham St Brigid's College 458458 3300

Sts Michael and John's Primary School 416503 12330

Koroit St Patrick’s School 207001 1100

Maryborough St Augustine's School 248933 25890 1300

Merbein Our Lady of the Sacred Heart School 160093 28342 800

Mildura Sacred Heart School 412192 3800

St Joseph's College 1248162 4700

St Paul's Primary School 336094 26400 7248 900

Mortlake St Colman's School 111192 1500

Mount Clear St Martin's in the Pines School 815385 1200

Murtoa Our Lady Help of Christians School 81104 1000

Nhill St Patrick's School 102838 130

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL VICTORIA

Disadvan- ESL ESL Special

General taged General New Educa-

Recurrent Schools Support Arrivals tion

Ouyen St Joseph's School

I’cnshurst St Joseph's School Pirron Yallock St Joseph's School Port Fairy St Patrick's Primary School Portland All Saints School Portland South Mackillop Primary School Puraim St Marcellus1 School Red Cliffs St Joseph's Primary School Redan St Aloysius' School Robinvale St Mary's School Sea lake St Mary's School Sebastopol St James' School Sprmgbank St Michael's School St Amaud St Patrick's School Stawell St Patrick's School Swan Hill St Mary’s School

Mackillop College

Terang St Thomas' School Warracknabcal St Mary's Primary School Wamtambool St Joseph’s Primary School Emmanuel College

Bast Our Lady Help of Christians School West St Pius X Parish Primary School Wendouree Our Lady Help of Christians School Wychcproof St Michael's School Dinccsc of Melbourne Airport West St Christopher's School Λ1 bert Park Our Lady of Mount Carmel School Albion St Theresa's School Alexandra St Mary's School Alphmgton St Anthony's School Altona St Mary Help of Christians School Altona Meadows Queen of Peace Parish Primary School Λ1 tona North St Leo the Great School

St Paul's College

Ardeer Mother of God School Ascot Vale St Mary's Primary School Ashburton St Michael's Primary School Aspendale St Louis De Montfort's Primary School Avondale fights St Martin De Porres School Bacchus Marsh St Bernard's School Balaclava St Colman's Primary School Balwyn All Hallows School I iayswater Our Lady of Lourdes School Beaumaris Stella Maris Primary School Belgrave St Thomas More's Primary School Bell Park Holy Family Primary School Belmont St Bernard's School Bennettswood St Scholastica's Primary School

90023 12027

88764 81754 237364 2030

191888 228014 5900

78860 156501 22342 284346 373881 12023 6200

91041 18599 1200

403167 27133 3475

90487 195

194166 3300

207565 19961 9700

474003 5300

669071 28693 3900

278331 1960

139349 3300

546595 1899 2030

1581744 1463 4830

349963 2230

423557 27565 2960

303169 32865 10100

78860

665346 46120 10761

135582 253463 23268 32430

199404 4192

316044 35841 1976

438467 41802 3507

647369 41659 3900

416389 34946 38852 5161

1672331 17206 6361

214072 32626 32213 1200

327177 45623 45852 6084

352281 12150 1800

406541 8593

637956 48304 70 1300

451811 153

202306 18526 14807

179581 448702 3440

283159 600

324332 4726

356523 38947 65913 1854 2400

333312 4450

541684 36062 11497

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Appendix 3

SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL VICTORIA

General Recurrent

Disadvan­ taged Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Bentleigh Our Lady of the Sacred Heart School 1449052 8107 1300

St Paul's Primary School 4716S9 15857 3900

Bentleigh East St James' Regional College 785474 8603 4156

St Peter's School 658710 33701 4990

Black Rock St Joseph's School 126510

Blackburn St Thomas the Apostle School 433506 1691

Blackburn Nth St Philip's School 294537

Blackburn Sth St Luke the Evangelist School 234551 1391

Boronia St Joseph's School 457404 9000

Box Hill Our Lady of Sion College 1232217 1889

St Francis Xavier's Parish School 378281 17403 6062

St Leo's Christian Brothers School 899057 7920 2834

Box Hill North St Clare's Primary School 300496 6591

Braybrook Christ the King College 825890 50128 33931 1250

Christ the King Primary School 426203 41031 86638 1100

St John's College 1550245 21922 30705 2900

Chisholm College 1391612 17666 2051

Brighton St Joan of Arc School 264032 3820

Brighton East St Finbar's School 387539 2860

Broadmeadows Geoghegan College 961401 19427 3555

St Dominic's School 335893 39705 23168 1353

Therry College 1341224 25810 17012

Brooklyn Annunciation School 155028 24855 16259

Brunswick St Ambrose's School 350005 33382 88932 3753

Trinity Regional College 504960 25896 33443 2800

Brunswick East Our Lady Help of Christians School 305541 35870 70597 70 3000

Brunswick Nth St Margaret Mary's School 430361 38307 100837 2500

Brunswick West St Joseph's School 399572 44382 42901

Bulleen St Clement of Rome School 630613 48303 3630

Bundoora St Damian's School 714346 44095 4984

Parade College 3145014 2930

Burwood St Benedict's Parish School 245605

Camberwell Our Lady of Victories Parish School 175406 1000

Siena College 1039022

Camberwell Est St Dominic's School 411395 1861

Carrum Downs St Joachim's Catholic Primary School 462376 206 3146

Castlemaine St Mary's School 264701 2353

Caulfield St Aloysius' School 199923 1000

Caulfield South Holy Cross Parish Primary School 159817 810 2000

Chadstone Holy Eucharist School 235353 2289

St Mary Magdalen's School 208601 19356 2794

Chelsea St Joseph's School 589417 1080 4878

Cheltenham Our Lady of the Assumption School 482280 8623

Clayton St Peter's School 500289 61859 9550

Clayton South St Andrew's School 678766 104373 7957

Clifton Hill St John's School 160794 3600

Coburg St Paul's Parish Primary School 300945 33855 40537 1653

Coburg East St Bernard's Primary School 443636 25715 80047 1300

Coburg North Mercy Diocesan College 1891186 18580 39978 3920

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL VICTORIA

General Recurrent

Disadvan­ taged Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Col ling wood St Joseph's School 306403 30837 66798 2000

Corio St Francis Xavier's School 500674 23327 6860

Craigicbum Our Lady's Primary School 622063 7584

Crib Point St Joseph's School 228137 1229

Croydon Sacred Heart Primary School 509989 4091

Dallas Holy Child Primary School 500976 39131 34253

Dandcnong St John's Regional College 3241932 50320 2354

St Mary's Primary School 436564 41886 9823

Dandcnong Nth St Gerard's Primary School 928352 37356 4789

St Elizabeth's School 746913 49684 11469

Deepdene Our Lady of Good Counsel Parish 382971 1500

Deer Park St Peter Chanel Primary School 841090 56759 2830

Diamond Creek Sacred Heart School 557372 7141

Dinglev St Mark's School 421924 2689

Doncaster St Gregory the Great School 434206 8884

Doncaster East Sts Peter and Paul's School 475860 1810 2330

Donvale Our Lady of the Pines School 638146 910 412 6038

Whitefriars College 2155824 7635

Dovcton Holy Family School 360316 36534 33510 4300

Fiast Malvern St Mary's School 277599 900

East Melbourne St John’s School 307370 40958 77511 49

Cathedral College 569637

Elstemwick St Joseph's School 271214

Eltham Our Lady Help of Christians School 727475 1200

Catholic Ladies College 1534971

Fritham North Holy Trinity Primary School 541951 3600

El wood St Columba's School 194363 17025

F-ndcavour Hills St Paul Apostle South School 671247 41563 8543

St Paul Apostle North School 548165 36748 5889

Epping St Peter's Parish Primary School 527157 30219 206 384

St Monica's College 2309003 33030 9149

Essendon Resurrection School 229022 1976

St Therese's School 597313 13241 4707

St Columba's College 1863724 8365

Essendon West Ave Maria College 1555184 17206 5050

Our Lady of Nativity School 377844 1553

St Bernard's College 2478332 8166 7300

Fawkner St Mark’s Primary School 342980 43200 28850 1653 Fawkner North St Matthew's Primary School 596349 59364 50364 4461 Femtree Gully St John the Baptist School 532370 4239 St Joseph's Regional College 1299771 4891 Fitzroy Academy of Mary Immaculate School 1490657 43015 5100 Sacred Heart School 397226 51765 80059 9840 1- lemington St Brendan's School 424415 49028 80352 Footscray St Monica's Primary School 430692 38317 40537 103 3500 Footscrav West St John's School 359598 32973 44466 2476 Forest Hill Emmaus College 2498600 8603 4889 Frank ston John Paul College 2485428 7530 St Francis Xavier's School 301214 10801 2 2

Appendix 3

SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL VICTORIA

General Recurrent

Disadvan­ taged Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Frankston St Augustine's School 488997 1080 412 2200

Frankston East St John's Primary School 497839 3536

Gardenvale St James' Parish Primary School 189987 1100

Star of the Sea College 2102988 7799

Geelong St Mary’s Primary School 272723 1790

Catholic Regional College 1639693 4050

Geelong East St Margaret's School 275920 30397 1900

Geelong West Clonard College 1214163 5950

St Patrick's School 329887 19849 1795

Gisborne St Brigid's Primary School 555881 5076

Gladstone Park School of the Good Shepherd School 964483 101675 7198

Glen Iris St Cecilia's Parish School 271487 1000

St Roch's Parish School 283059 2100

Sacre Coeur 618139

Glen Waverley St Leonard's Parish Primary School 304650 1500

Glenliuntly St Anthony's Primary School 346452 17206 2600

Glenroy Corpus Christi Primary School 424329 41553 5384

Sancta Sophia College 913566 34412 2650

Greensborough St Mary’s School 781468 29262 5107

St Thomas' Primary School 682575 6100

Greenvale Greenvale Catholic Primary 534020 4400

Greythom St Bridget's Primary School 271137 1891

Grovedale Nazareth Primary School 348395 9155

Hadfield St Thomas More's School 471079 37302 206 6084

Hamlyn Heights St Anthony's Primary School 193272 1550

Hampton St Mary's Primary School 132384 1530

Hampton East Immaculate Heart of Mary School 250311 11938 1300

Hampton Park St Kevin's Primary School 428111 13435 4757

Hastings St Mary's Primary School 333420 2307

Hawthorn St Joseph's School 313450 1000

Kilmaire College 1052381 15764 2025 8389

Healesville St Brigid's School 248993 1300

Heidelberg Our Lady of Mercy College 1927612

St John's Primary School 300760 1000

Highett St Agnes’ Primary School 283030 910 2100

Highton Mercia Parish Primary School 313028 1000

Hoppers St Peter Apostle Primary School 822284 34412 10668

Crossing St James Apostle School 659563 8150

Ivanhoe Mary Immaculate School 248028 1300

Ivanhoe East Mother of God Primary School 279077 2400

Ivanhoe West St Bernadette's Parish School 265217 13858 6007

Kealba St Paul's Kealba Catholic School 676877 41991 8238

Keilor St Augustine's Primary School 340416

Keilor Downs Mary Mackillop Primary School 727340 31454 2630

Keilor East St Peter's School 666429 27480 2676

Keilor North Catholic Regional College 1126830 3000

Kensington Holy Rosary School 338909 43820 81425 412 1076

Keon Park St Margaret's School 242795 14631 680

Kew Genazzano FCJ College 1319368 2400

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL VICTORIA

Disadvan-

General taged

Recurrent Schools

ESL ESL

General New

Support Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Kcw Sacred Heart Parish School

Kcw East St Anne's Parish School Kcysborough Resurrection School Kilmore St Patrick's School Assumption College Kilsyth St Richard's School

Kingsburv Our Lady of the Way School Kingsville Corpus Christ! School Kvncton Sacred Heart College St Mary's Parish School Ixilor St Luke’s Primary School

Ι λ Ι ο γ West St Catherine's Primary School

Umccfield St Mary's Primary School Uingwarrm St Jude's School 1 ^ara St Anthony's Primary School Uiverton St Martin De Forres' Primary School 1 .ilydalc Mount Lilydale College

St Patrick's School

Lovely Banks Chanel College 1 ,owcr Templestowc St Kevin's School Malvern St Joseph's Primary School Manifold 1 Ights Our Lady's Primary School Mansfield St Mary's School Maribymong St Margaret's Primary School Melton St Dominic's Primary School Melton South St Anthony's Primary School Melton West Catholic Regional College

St Catherine's School

Mentone Kilbreda College St Patrick's Primary School Mill Park St Francis of Assisi Primary School Mitcham St John the Evangelist School Mon bulk St Paul's Primary School Montmorency St Francis Xavier's School Moonce Ponds St Monica's Primary School Moorabbin St Catherine's School Mooroolbark St Peter Julian Eymard School Mordialloc St Brigid's School Moreland St Fidelis' Primary School Momington Padua College

St Macartan's Primary School

Mount Eliza St Thomas More's Primary School Mount Evelyn St Mary's Primary School Mount Waverley Avila College 1 loly Family School

Mu 1 grave Good Shepherd Parish School St John Vianney's School Murrumbeena St Patrick's School

265200 11332

289233 11762 3061

432464 20901 1000

503406 1376

1621834 415295 272846 5184

220146 32276 25806 1800

1300903 387155 1376

560515 13912 41391 4307

387072 16256 40225 5000

233346 1676

581650 4100

398776 3500

303915 2600

3059405 5760

472575 16574

1452999

253017 76

199607 22588

312212 1825

230161 274305 28658 52928 1453

541727 3400

501050 1019929 4500

359224 1853

2229397 6902 3100

472704 810 7114

1044224 53688 6807

303429 13230 600

358433 4597

576216 2500

567291 53979 3507

281177 129 2100

649921 6689

220773 1000

633294 48975 101326 1300

3071124 4424

486631 9773

290536 4116

450852 12500

2024382 8732

399882 11845 7570

475237 16157 6291

651741 55349 4800

342806 12516 5445

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL VICTORIA

General Recurrent

Disadvan­ taged Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Newcomb Christ the King School 390624 2500

Newport Sacred Heart School 278110 34270 50217

Newtown Sacred Heart College 2580974 950

St Robert's School 429559 3150

St Joseph's College 1607509 1775

Niddrie St John Bosco's School 315341 2200

Noble Park St Anthony's School 922113 49969 10089

Noble Park Nth Nazareth College 2397192 33456 2878

Norlane St Thomas Aquinas Catholic School 304874 23399 1200

North Balwyn St Bede's Parish School 410568 2450

North Fitzroy St Brigid's School 265890 36424 41952

Nth Melbourne St Aloysius' College 1666252 63884 2580

St Michael's School 250037 55679 76855 16668

St Joseph's College 938683 21508

Northcote St Joseph's Primary School 388063 33106 2076

Oak Park St Francis De Sales School 315574 14211 6473

Oakleigh Sacred Heart Girls' College 1645326 25810 3700

Sacred Heart Parish School 337024 33443 3189

Oakleigh East Christ Our Holy Redeemer School 312883

Ocean Grove Our Lady Star of the Sea Primary School 472177 3150

Ormond St Kevin's Parish School 327891 1089

Park Orchards St Anne's Primary School 358171 4366

Parkdale East St John Vianney's Primary School 288853 2107

Pascoe Vale St Oliver Plunkett School 518390 39662 2300

Pascoe Vale Sth St Joseph's College 825949 8128

Port Melbourne St Joseph's School 256334

Prahran Our Lady of Lourdes School 170603 8514

Preston Sacred Heart Primary School 513405 32713 90663 206 5630

Redden Catholic College 1567770 26965 43015 5140

Preston West St Raphael's Primary School 504030 31835 35310 4407

Queenscliff St Aloysius' School 172039

Reservoir Holy Name Primary School 460604 37903 32430 4500

St Gabriel's School 472184 22338 57438 8184

St Stephen's School 290608 28578 16215 1300

Reservoir Nth St Joseph the Worker School 577051 56196 7161

Richmond St Ignatius' Primary School 439797 66017 61806 1460

Vaucluse College 827569 24460

Richmond Nth St James' Primary School 234592 36500 19733

Ringwood Aquinas College 3011606 4153

Our Lady of Perpetual Succour School 371159 6008 3211

Ringwood Nth Holy Spirit School 604859 6400

Rosanna St Martin of Tours' School 594321 33211 6238

Rosebud Our Lady of Fatima 296824 19180 1178

Rowville St Simon's School 754472 206 10600

Sandringham Sacred Heart School 311694

Scoresby St Jude the Apostle School 634984 596

Seaford St Anne's School 407646 3300

Seymour St Mary's College 693059 6284

Sorrento St Joseph's Primary School 372672 15000 2507

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL VICTORIA

General Recurrent

Disadvan­ taged Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Sth Melbourne Sts Peter & Paul's School 314760 23028 600

South Yana St Joseph's School 145106 27395 14935

Spotswood St Margaret Mary's School 294893 16237 15541

Spnngvale KiHester College 1694440 47562 2789

St Joseph's Parish Primary School 967992 55565 84256 7690

Sl Albans Sacred Heart Primary School 663900 19623 47606 1603

Catholic Regional College 1462388 16905 31980 4807

St Albans Sth Holy Eucharist School 758110 11884 57413 14804

St Albans West Resurrection Primary School 760300 60462 206 6984

St Kilda Sacred Heart Primary School 128455 31264 8900 3600

St Kilda Hast St Mary's School 401762 39932 1920

Christian Brothers College 1200078 43015 4250

Strathmore St Vincent De Paul School 499267 5807

S unbury Our Lady of Mount Carmel School 366818 2353

Sun bury West St Anne's Primary School 719384 4884

Sunshine Our Lady's School 445100 46872 38636 1800

Sunshine North St Bernadette's School 439764 28989 92787 1100

Sunshine West St Peter’s Primary School 249248 25671 15541 1100

Marian College 1483670 42328 41821 4284

St Paul's Primary School 483667 42829 57052 6284

Surrey Hills Our Holy Redeemer School 294072 1000

Our Lady of Perpetual Succour School 254689 810 2394

Sydenham Catholic Regional College 1525856 18888 3300

Syndal St Christopher's School 370965 25903 3861

I cmplcstowc St Charles Borromeo Primary School 392600 10305

Hie Basin St Bernadette's Primary School 505793 1000

Phomastown East St John's Primary School 373476 12150 38053 5107

West St Clare's School 780005 18965 60264 7714

Ibombury St Mary's School 366186 42312 75991 1300

Fhombury East Holy Spirit Primary School 299861 35766 39212 1653

foorak Loreto, Mandeville Hall 1206464 3795

St Kevin's College 900392

St Kevin's Junior School 422157 3400

Iorquav St Therese's Catholic Primary School 186635

Vermont St James' School 347762 4400

St Timothy's School 309813

Vennont South 1 loly Saviour Primary School 405444 20102 4491

Wantima St Luke's School 611709 4800

Wantima South Holy Trinity Primary School 547612 5400

Warburton St Joseph's School 352035 1300

Watsonia Loyola College 1996636 11655 6900

Wenibee McKillop College 2420869 9750

St Andrew's Primary School 787067 15109 8538

Corpus Christi Primary School 441277 810 412 8361

Wembce South St Mary's School 187976

Wesl Heidelberg St Pius X School 328197 35604 25810 3900

West Melbourne St Mary's Parish Primary School 232856 23386 21656

St Mary's Boys' Regional School 503535 16988 2030

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL VICTORIA

General Recurrent

Disadvan­ taged Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Wheelers Hill St Justin's Primary School 414954 17565 3763

Whittlesea St Mary's Primary School 307622 3830

Williamstown St Mary's School 310170 11018

Windsor Presentation College 1146124 32875 2300

Woodend Our Lady's Primary School 171384 6594

Yarraville St Augustine's School 377201 31966 73088 5549

Yea Sacred Heart Primary School 124341

Diocese of Sale Baimsdale Nagle College 1961208

St Mary's Primary School 409019

Beaconsfield St Francis Xavier College 2076182 6900

Berwick St Michael's School 459549 2200

Churchill Lumen Christi School 302838 1000

Cranboume St Agatha's Primary School 571354 4500

St Therese's Primary School 334940 1600

Drouin St Ita's Catholic Primary School 287768 5800

Heyfield St Michael's School 193827

Koo Wee Rup St John the Baptist School 195295

Korumburra St Joseph's School 181113 4400

Lakes Entrance St Brendan's School 255561 10670 4000

Leongatha St Lawrence O'Toole Primary School 339805 900

Mary Mackillop Catholic Regional 860627 1400

Maffra St Mary’s School 306377 4300

Moe Presentation College 1301023 1200

St Kieran's Primary School 329070 11250

Morwell Sacred Heart Primary School 213315

St Vincent De Paul School 430885 945 1419 4600

Nar Nar Goon Iona Parish Primary School 351596 500

Narre Warren Don Bosco Primary School 534444 2600

Newborough Immaculate Heart of Mary Primary 361971 3700

Orbost St Joseph's School 126057 14593

Pakenham St Patrick's Primary School 353698 1500

Sale St Mary's School 262806

Sale Catholic College 1989825 6900

St Thomas' School 381461 3700

Stratford St Patrick's School 189953 2500

Trafalgar St Joseph's School 218577 1800

Traralgon St Michael's School 707279 10900

Catholic Regional College 2341497 2250

Traralgon West St Gabriel's Primary School 447660 2100

Warragul Marist-Sion College 868954 900

St Joseph's Primary School 373021 2800

Wonthaggi St Joseph's School 278664

Yarram St Mary's Primary School 190010 4513

Diocese of Sandhurst Beechworth St Joseph's School 175647

Benalla FCJ College 493313 2600

St Joseph's School 380284 2700

Bendigo St Joseph's School 324802 1800

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL VICTORIA

Disadvan- ESL ESL Special

General taged General New Educa-

Recurrent Schools Support Arrivals tion

Bendigo St Kilian's Primary School 328632 12300

Catholic College 3978752 5999

Bendigo North St Peter's School 306540 4248

Chi Item St Joseph's Parish Primary School 97607

Cobram St Joseph's School 358990 29760 3900

Cohuna St Mary's School 132701 1300

Corryong Sacred Heart School 99089

Haglehawk St Liborius' School 450899 35377 3600

Echuca St Joseph's College 1066126 1900

St Mary's School 385819 1397 3000

Elmore Our Lady of the Sacred Heart School 73851 10727

Euroa St John's Primary School 194790 1200

I Ieathcote Holy Rosary School 170080 13795 1200

Inglewood St Mary's School 73781 3415 1050

Kangaroo Flat St Monica's School 405303 1900

Kennington St Therese's Primary School 682851 4700

Kerang St Joseph's School 283286 1800

Kyabram St Augustine's College 366916 18131

St Augustine's Primary School 379065 4100

Mooroopna St Mary's School 345203 23448 700

Myrtleford Marian College 655230 1200

St Mary's School 363236 5500

Nagambie St Joseph's Primary School 136397 2200

Nathalia St Mary of the Angels School 736060 25750

St Francis' School 165974 35298 3000

Numurkah St Joseph's School 174378 800

Pyramid Hill St Patrick's School 87744 11839

Rochester St Joseph's School 184631 5900

Rush worth St Mary’s Primary School 150315 11710

Rutherglen St Mary's Primary School 164320

Shepparton St Brendan's School 513244

St Mel's School 472024 26814 800

Notre Dame College 1948684 3450

Tallangatta St Michael's Primary School 114451

Tatura Sacred Heart School 275002 27333 1800

Tongala St Patrick's Primary School 103002 10664

Wangaratta St Bernard's School 369218 1200

St Patrick's School 208300

Wangaratta Sth Galen Catholic College 1420682 6850

Our Lady's Primary School 209093 17712 1000

White Hills Holy Rosary School 398131 5198

Wodonga St Augustine's Primary School 366706 1100

St Monica's Primary School 587538 2700

Yarrawonga Catholic College 1440298 1000

Sacred Heart College 336153 3500

Sacred Heart Primary School 280767 1266 4050

SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST SYSTEMIC SCHOOLS Bangholme Carrum Downs SDA School 53360

Croydon Croydon SDASchool 130732

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL VICTORIA

Disadvan-

General taged

Recurrent Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Golden Square Bendigo SDA School 22678 2072

Irymple Mildura SDA School 167232 12433

Lilydale Lilydale Adventist Academy 623078 4144

Newcomb Geelong SDA School 24012

Nunawading Nunawading SDA School 165416 4163

Nunawading Adventist College 365024 11907 3108

Oakleigh Oakleigh SDA School 97382 4164 2072

Sebastopol Ballarat SDA School 41354 5180

Sydenham Gilson College 137688 12487

Warburton Warburton SDA School 106720 3108

Yarrambat Yarrambat SDA School 36018 1036

ΝΟΝ-SYSTEMIC SCHOOLS Abbotsford Sophia Mundi Rudolf Steiner School 99687

Alphington Alphington Grammar School 452690

Altona West Mount St Joseph Girls' College 1603700 17206 9052

Ardmona Hyllus Maris Aboriginal 12308

Armadale Lauriston Girls’ School 421484 3108

The King David School 255864 4160 38108 10360

Bacchus Marsh Bacchus Marsh Grammar School 263651 8806

Ballarat Ballarat & Clarendon College 575274 18649

St Adban's Anglican Primary School 38568

Baiwyn Fintona Girls' School 202610 2073

Bambra Bhaktivedanta Swami Gurukula 31794

Baxter St Paul's School Woodleigh' 455167 22793

Belgrave Mater Christi College 1350936 3315

Belgrave Hghts Belgrave Heights Christian School 36336 Bell Post Hill Covenant College 383375 5180

Morongo Girls' College 193864 8288

Benalla Benalla Christian School 17675

Bendigo Creek Street Christian College 259564 6216

Girton Grammar School 440962 3108

Berwick St Margaret's School 580134 3108

Box Hill Kingswood College 415411 9993

Brighton Brighton Grammar School 571159 19313 2073

Firbank Anglican School 659893 4160 11396

Brighton East St Leonard’s College 761153 9324

Brunswick Brunswick Grammar - St Basile 160049 1078

Bulleen Marcellin College 1883376 6263

Bundoora Northside Christian College 439116

Burwood Mount Scopus Memorial College 1518851 66873 89826 15541

Presbyterian Ladies' College 671338 4160

Merrivale Independent Primary School 22624 Campbell's Creek Olivet Christian College 82124

Canterbury Camberwell Anglican Girls' Grammar 543148 4160 5698

Camberwell Grammar School 923534 4160

Strathcona Baptist Girls' 596370 6734

Caulfield Shelford - An Anglican School 441440 4160

Melbourne Grammar School 361600

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON GOVERNMENT SCHOOL VICTORIA

Caulfield South

Chadstone Chimside Park Coburg Cockatoo Coolaroo Corio Croydon

Croydon North Diamond Creek Dimboola Don vale Doreen Drouin Hast

East St Kilda Echuca El stem wick

Eltham Endeavour I fills Essendon Frankston

Geelong Glen Iris Hamilton

1 lawthom 1 lawthom East Healesville Highton

1 loppers Crossing

I lorsham I lurstbridge Ivanhoe

Junortoun Katandra West Kcilor Keilor East

General Recurrent

Disadvan­ taged Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Caulfield Montessori School 70787

The Japanese School of Melbourne 91548

Salesian College 2029731 15255 5491

Oxley College 540566 5282

King Khalid Islamic College 517592 29180 84185

Tarlina Community School 27075

St Mary's Coptic Orthodox School 168333 8645 46274

Geelong Grammar School 571021 21757

Luther College 809532

The Good Shepherd Lutheran School 525825 Village School 37047 3108

Plenty Valley Montessori School 136068 1000

St Peter's Lutheran School 65550 5180

Donvale Christian School 803826 4144

Plenty Valley Christian School 870393 11396

Chairo Christian School 342144 9324

Caulfield Grammar School 1158018

River City Christian College 53088

Adass Israel School 623343 103989 6216

Leibler Yavneh College 728792 7335 17613

Sholem Aleichem College 236118 18247 8166

Eltham Christian School 23331

Maranatha Christian School 1239990 4160 7252

Lowther Hall Anglican Grammar School 477826 4160 12432

St Paul's School Minimbah' 81216

Frankston Christian School 266316 8288

St John's Lutheran School 252126

Korowa Anglican Girls' School 568247 7252

Hamilton College 324189

Good Shepherd Lutheran School 89744 2000

Monivae College 1561672 5439

Good Shepherd College 113765

Good Shepherd College 219228 1555

Scotch College 1125928

Bialik College 531720 22313 8288

Worawa Aboriginal College 350088 5000

Geelong Grammar School 120704

Christian College 863821 21757

The Westboume School 1330464 7041 5180

Heathdale Christian College 922528 9324

The Islamic Schools of Victoria 314912 17710 42947

Horsham Lutheran Primary School 220096 8288

Learning Cooperative 51476

Ivanhoe Girls' Grammar School 573233

Ivanhoe Grammar School 918299 4160 8288

Ascension College 355386 9324

Katandra Farm School 59046 2073

Ovemewton Anglican Community 1796020 Penleigh & Essendon Grammar School 1893883 7252

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL VICTORIA

General Recurrent

Disadvan­ taged Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Kerang Kerang Christian Community 82664 2073

Kew Carey Baptist Grammar School 1003235 19520 9324

Preshil - the Margaret Lyttle Memorial 321330 7252

Methodist Ladies' College 2128013 8640 41612

Ruyton Girls' School 436693 2073

Trinity Grammar School 563475

Xavier College 1540834

Keysborough Haileybury College 965095

Lighthouse Christian College 163512

Kilsyth South Ghilgai School 207418

Leongatha Leongatha Christian School 297258 3108

Macedon Triple R School Cooperative 178035

Maindample Maindample Steiner School 42392 3108

Maldon Castlemaine Steiner School 55300

Malvern De La Salle College 2472312 7348 6004

Little St Margaret's School 16261

Malvern Community School 22931 3108

Maryborough Highview Christian Community School 645150 34460 3108

Melbourne Melbourne Grammar School 296144 4160

Taylors College 102223

Melton Mowbray College 1773662 6216

Melton South Melton Christian Academy 128296

Mentone Mentone Girls' Grammar School 633868 4160

Mentone Grammar School 463744 1000

St Bede's College 2747808 750

Mildura Holy Trinity Lutheran School 218016

Monbulk Mountain District Christian School 243036 3108

Moonee Ponds Moonee Vale Christian School 88480

Moorooduc Penbank School 116130 8288

Mooroolbark Billanook College 1697901 48183

Morwell The Valley Christian Community 116058

Mount Eliza The Peninsula School 425600 6216

Toorak College 540413 3108

Mount Evelyn Mount Evelyn Christian School 559826 12432

Mt Waverley Huntingtower School 299470

Mulgrave Mazenod College 2025360 9221

Murtoa Murtoa Lutheran Primary School 57362

Newhaven Newhaven College 696762

Newport Williamstown Grammar School 83426

Newtown Geelong College 699921 9324

St Andrew's Private School 106679

Nhill Nhill Lutheran School 57000

North Fitzroy St Joseph's Marist Brothers School 655194 33008 28185 11624

Fitzroy Community School 45346

Northcote Santa Maria College 1893472 28804 48749 5250

Nyora Hillcrest Christian College 389814

Oakleigh Oakleigh Greek Orthodox College 737858 29576

Ormond Kilvington Baptist Girls' School 394351 4144

Pakenham Beaconhills Christian College 1331624 6216

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL VICTORIA

Disadvan- ESL ESL Special

General taged General New Educa-

Recurrent Schools Support Arrivals tion

Portland Christian Community College 416347 2073

St John's Lutheran Primary School 241454 2073

Prahran Wesley College 1903364 26748 35225

Preston St John's Greek Orthodox College 987646 26613 9324

Research Eltham College 854587 10360

Ring wood Yarra Valley Anglican School 757440 87111

Ring wood East Tintem Anglican Girls' Grammar School 884794 42716

Sale The St Anne's and Gippsland School 642034 2073

Sebastopol Sebastopol Christian Community School 63588 Shcpparton Goulbum Valley Grammar School 294354

South Yarra Christ Church Grammar School 128820 4144

Melbourne Grammar School 537471 4160

Melbourne Girls' Grammar School 495334

St Kilda St Michael's Grammar School 1117018 4160 4144

St Kilda East Yeshivah and Beth Rivkah School 1514964 73349 40830 24865

Mount Scopus Memorial College 220594

Sunbur>' Salesian College Rupertswood' 1632816 280

Sunshine North Sunshine Christian School 112036 8166 5180

Surrey Hills Presbyterian School of St Andrew 124978 8081

Swan Hill Son Centre Christian School 59724

Tarrington Tarrington Lutheran School 78706

Thoona Canaan College 72630

Thombury Evangelistria Greek Orthodox School 491166 22320

Toorak St Catherine's School 407801 6216

Geelong Grammar School 159225

Tyabb Flinders Christian Community School 643692

Westemport Christian School 242240

Upper Femtree Gully Coonara Community School 54504

Wantima South Waverley Christian College 405716

Knoxfield College 423806

Warragul St Paul's Anglican Grammar School 1205982 13468

Warranwood Melbourne Rudolf Steiner School 490536

Warmambool King's College 172596 6216

Wendouree Ballarat and Queens Anglican Grammar 693583 6000

Wodonga Victory Primary School 82950

Woodend Braemar College 1022848

Yackandandah Mount Carmel Christian School 40878

Yarra Junction Little Yarra Steiner School 163512 2073

ΝΟΝ-SYSTEMIC SPECIAL SCHOOLS Ashwood Frank Dando Sports Academy 33900 33283 Black Rock Mcauley Special School 11908 68656 Burwood Royal Victorian Institute for theBlind School 57326 280688 Camberwell Larmenier Special School 30682 206047 Doveton Burremah Educational Unit 15616 28325 East Malvern The Currajong School 60158 4160 177680 Geelong North St Helen's Special School 14186 5409 Glen Waverley Berengarra School 102870 242824 132

Appendix 3

SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL VICTORIA

Disadvan-

General taged

Recurrent Schools

ESL ESL

General New

Support Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Glen Waverley Frank W Cheshire Education 16626 45812

Hawthorn Andale School 25768

Rossboume School 183262 379679

Kew St Paul's School for the Blind 78305 375655

Mansfield Mansfield Autistic Centre 14380 83751

Sth Melbourne St Vincent's Boys' Home 26092 28555

Wantima South St Mary's School for Children 90154 320432

Whittington St Augustine's Special School 48800 28556

OTHER ORGANISATIONS Brighton East Daughters of Charity Marillac House 90048

Clayton Krongold Centre for Exceptional 111280

Flemington St Joseph's Special School 32659

Footscray St Anthony's Family Service 49605

Melbourne Victorian School for Deaf Children 250203

Sth Melbourne Yooralla Society of Victoria 766318

South Yarra Association of Independent Schools 116093

St Kilda Spastic Society of Victoria 1144451

Windsor Noah's Ark Toy Library for Handicapped Children 19756

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL QUEENSLAND

Disadvan- ESL ESL Special

General taged General New Educa-

Recurrent Schools Support Arrivals tion

CATHOLIC SYSTEMIC SCHOOLS Diocese of Brisbane Acacia Ridge Our Lady of Fatima Primary School 424684 20138 27031 4056 3195

Albany Creek All Saints Primary School 412478 3113 3550

Albion St Columban’s College 756090 12597 1957

Alexandra Hills St Anthony's School 989272 2088 6922

Annerlcy Mary Immaculate Primary School 301319 11584 1478 2550

Our Lady's College 774579 23169

Ashgrove St Finbarr's School 347146

Ashmore Guardian Angels Catholic Primary 936737 5676

Aspley St Dympna's Parish School 583456 11846 2550

Banyo St Pius' Primary School 305097 2852

Bardon St Joseph's School 323559 3195

Beaudesert St Mary's School 347710 2550

Boys Town 249956

Beenleigh St Joseph's Tobruk Memorial School 732640 5792 1532

Trinity College 1432936

Benowa St Kevin's School 822725 2550

Boonah All Saints School 211542

Booval Sacred Heart School 465041 17208

Bracken Ridge St John Fisher College 741599

St Joseph's Catholic Primary School 548394 3195

Bray Park Holy Spirit School 676057 2675 5320

Brighton St Kieran's School 272550 13234

Brown's Plains St Bemadine's School 615768

Bulimba Sts Peter and Paul's School 482358 12232 19307 4384

Burleigh Heads Marymount College 1515487 19308 4096

Marymount Primary School 873303 11585 2981 1278

Burpengary Blessed Eugene De Mazenod 450046 5320

Caboolture St Peter's School 740396

Caloundra Our Lady of the Rosary School 383631

Camp Hill St Thomas' School 385729 952

Cannon Hill St Oliver Plunkett School 468548 5316

Capalaba St Luke's Catholic Primary School 534923 3830

Carina St Martin's School 700871 13515 2676 3195

San Sisto College 890044 15446

Carrara St Michael's College 1148818 17376

Childers St Joseph's School 182457

Clayfield St Agatha's Primary School 351289

Coorparoo Our Lady of Mount Carmel School 556980 1634 3830

St James' Convent School 317174 13634 48269 35198

Connda St Joseph's Primary School 444558 11584 1078 2550 Comubia Chisholm Catholic College 439330 CurrumbinWaters St Augustine's Catholic Primary School 492592 1278 Daisy Hill St Edward the Confessor School 817449 2550 Darra Darra-Jindalee Catholic School 630260 69507 6028 6390 Deception Bay Christ the King Parish School 310793 15234 2550 Dutton Park St Ita's School 270795 15034 50200 18587 3830 134

Appendix 3

SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL QUEENSLAND

General Recurrent

Disadvan­ taged Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Ekibin St Elizabeth's School 253962 2550

Enoggera Mt Maria Junior Secondary School 748440 18132

Our Lady of the Assumption School 463195 1597

Ferny Grove St Andrews Catholic Primary 459703 1355 5320

Gallon Our Lady of Good Counsel School 323434 2550

Gayndah St Joseph's Primary School 177066

Geebung St Kevin's Parish Primary School 448372 3830

Goodna St Francis Xavier's School 713948 28731 50200 1332 5857

Graceville Christ the King School 357556 2349 2550

Gravely St William's Primary School 754726 5320

Gympie St Patrick's College 675890 5950

St Patrick's Primary School 382313

Hendra Our Lady Help of Christians School 203274

Holland Park St Joachim's School 242150 2550

Inala St Mark's School 487151 16234 46338 11268 3195

Indooroopilly Holy Family School 516199 2723 4792

Ipswich St Mary's High School 1132459 2130

St Mary's Primary School 772377 5900

Ipswich North St Joseph's School 419311 2030

Kangaroo Point St Joseph's Primary School 191751 22234 19308

Kedron St Anthony's School 535073 1738 2550

Kenmore Our Lady of the Rosary School 887548 1278

Kingaroy South Burnett Catholic College 605092 7980

Kingston Maryfields Catholic Primary School 363411 11244 2550

Laidley St Mary's School 206713 14594

Leichhardt Immaculate Heart School 355845 3195

Loganholme St Matthew's School 682399 1491

Manly St John Vianney's Convent School 393077 211 6580

Maroochydore Stella Maris School 801599

Marsden St Francis College 1303067 23169 4224 2550

Maryborough St Mary's High School 484627

St Mary's Primary School 470611 250 1278

Merrimac St Vincent's Catholic Primary School 559538 5760 2218 1704

Mitchelton Our Lady of Dolours School 270479 1795 2550

Mount Maria Senior College 966825 2550

Moorooka St Brendan’s Primary School 325763 11585 7055 2550

Mount Gravatt St Agnes' School 471780 1250 2556

East Seton College 636517 5320

Murgon St Joseph's School 276450 45674 7980

Nambour St Joseph's Primary School 448058 5320

St John's College 1115433 2550

Nanango St Patrick's Primary School 217991 2157

New Farm Holy Spirit School 248500 19894 28961 4400 1278

Newmarket St Ambrose's Primary School 202880

Northgate St John's School 179998

Nundah St Joseph's School 283907 1352 400

Paddington Sacred Heart School 188114 2349 3195

Petrie Our Lady of the Way School 368816 1000

Kolbe College 647219 15229

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL QUEENSLAND

General Recurrent

Disadvan­ taged Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Redcliffe Our Lady Help of Christians School 554773 8564

Riverview St Peter Claver College 956289 77230 2822

Rochedale St Peter's Primary School 647073

Rosalie Marist Brothers College 724490 23169

Rosewood St Brigid's Parish Primary School 227081 3830

Runaway Bay St Francis Xavier's School 716975 15446 1250

Salisbury St Pius X School 347229 4086

Sandgatc Sacred Heart Primary School 292317 6351

Scarborough St Bernadette’s Primary School 521066 2720

Soubirous College 777039

Southport Aquinas Catholic College 1359998 11585 5208

St Johns Wood Mater Dei Parochial School 237553 1278

Sta fTord Queen of Apostles Primary School 596298 9621 5320

Sunnybank Our Lady of Lourdes School 907016 15446 2550

St Thomas More College 862410 11585

Sunshine Beach St Thomas More Catholic Primary 474526 3521

The Gap St Peter Chanel Primary School 446255 3195

Thomlands Carmel College 359133

Toowong St Ignatius School 331224

Torquay Woods Star of the Sea Primary School 373230 5630

Upper Mount St Bernard's School 576652 15446 18419 6390

Gravatt Clairvaux-Mackillop College 1835223 13515 7223

Victoria Point St Rita's Catholic Primary School 208164

Wavell Heights Our Lady of the Angels School 432560 3830

Wilston St Columba's Primary School 308580

Windsor Holy Rosary Primary School 244171 11734

Wishart St Catherine's School 585009 7723 2631 2550

Woodridge St Paul's Primary School 546250 13330 27031 18784 9159

Woody Point Our Lady of Lourdes School 366979 1352 4085 3195

Wooloowin Holy Cross School 308233 11736 2851

Wynnum Guardian Angels' School 477225 2550

Yeronga St Sebastian's Primary School 316806 7723

Zillmcre St Flannan's School 610561 1900 6320

Diocese of Cairns Atherton St Joseph's School 395439

Babinda St Rita's School 123207 6729 4328

Cairns North Mother of Good Counsel School 557231 2000

Dimbulah St Anthony's School 108512 7284 1597

Earlville Our Lady Help of Christians School 569023 3621

Edmonton St Therese's School 255242

Gordonvale St Michael's School 234658 2550

Manunda St Francis Xavier's School 722224 3301

Marceba St Thomas' School 610639 4100

Mossman St Augustine's School 251508

Parramatta St Joseph's School 540738 43998 2550

Ravcnshoe St Teresa's School 157139 7536 2550

Silkwood St John's School 105199 8094

Sth Johnstone St Rita's School 84212 7834 2550

rhursday Isle Our Lady of the Sacred Heart School 197603 27388

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL QUEENSLAND

General Recurrent

Disadvan­ taged Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Trinity Beach Holy Cross School 497987 400

Tally St Clare's School 212048 2550

Woree St Mary's College 1285172 3550

St Gerard Majella Primary School 397055 2550

Diocese of Rockhampton Barcaldine St Joseph's School 101217

Biloela St Joseph's School 349186 3241

Blackall St Joseph's School 108470 10634

Bundaberg St Joseph's School 256616 1389

Bundaberg Sth St Mary's School 353192 1389

Bundaberg West St Patrick's School 281992 926 4000

Clermont St Joseph's School 249600

Emerald St Patrick's School 364740 5093 3830

Gladstone Star of the Sea School 215647 5556

St John's School 365728 4167 2722 5320

Gracemere St Paul's School 282766 0

Lammermoor Beach Sacred Heart Catholic School 372603 3241 1900

Longreach Our Lady's College 352923 10754 2550

Mackay North St Joseph's School 428263 1852 5320

Mackay South St Mary's School 373368 4630 2550

Mackay West St Francis Xavier's School 533878 926

Monto St Theresa's School 105899 2400

Mount Morgan Sacred Heart School 93397 14886 2550

North Mackay Emmanuel College 1367444 6945 12695

Rockhampton St Peter's School 281268

The Cathedral College 1280066 6482 2550

North St Anthony's School 759535 5792

St Joseph's School 460868 6019 8820

St Mary's School 239708 27073 463 6500

Emmaus College 1849232 1389 7290

Sarina St Anne's School 214355 463 2550

Springsure Our Lady of the Sacred Heart School 130411

Walkerston St John's School 203880 926

Wandal St Joseph's School 324409

Diocese of Toowoomba Allora St Patrick's School 115064 11430

Charleville St Mary's School 290688

Chinchilla St Joseph's School 165026

Clifton St Francis De Sales School 75700 2550

Cunnamulla Sacred Heart Parish School 137774 16830 1000

Dalby St Columba's School 575320

Goondiwindi St Mary's Convent School 308856

Inglewood St Maria Goretti's School 46934 7735

Millmerran St Joseph's School 99167

Mitchell St Patrick’s Parish Primary School 101438 11430

Oakey St Monica's School 133232 2550

Pittsworth St Stephen’s School 188342 4750

Quilpie St Finbarr's School 72672

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL QUEENSLAND

General Recurrent

Disadvan­ taged Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Roma St John's School 507474

St George St Patrick's School 227857

Slanthorpe St Joseph's School 664831

Tara St Joseph's School 77214 8012

Taroom St Mary's Parish Primary School 59046 2550

Toowoomba Holy Name Primary School 286146

Mater Dei Primary School 637697 5800

Our Lady of Lourdes Primary School 393034

Sacred Heart Primary School 552610

St Anthony's School 459499

St Saviour's Primary School 594245

St Thomas More's Primary School 620740

Warwick St Mary's School 566993 2000

Diocese of Townsville Ayr St Francis' Regional Primary School 476153 5946 2722 3195

Bowen St Mary's School 307342 1927

Charters Towers St Columba's School 249810

Cloncurry St Joseph's School 146858 20009 2550

Collinsville St John Bosco's School 130204 1278

Cran brook I loly Spirit School 990156 4550

Currajong The Marian School 425131 1464

Deeragun St Anthony's Primary School 149886 2550

Giru St Joseph's Convent School 35125 1890 2550

Halifax St Peter's Convent School 42392 1124

Home Hill St Colman's School 152157

1 lughenden St Francis' School 69644 8440

Ingham Our Lady of Lourdes School 431490 1567 2550

Julia Creek St Joseph's School 60560 16500

Kirwan Ryan Catholic Community School 1608473

Mount Isa St Joseph's Primary School 422406 3620

Mundingburra St Joseph's School 540498 2878

North Ward St Joseph's School 293716 1628

Palm Island St Michael's School 154428 22410 13408

Pioneer St Kieran's Primary School 264950 20921 2333 2550

Proserpine St Catherine's School 261619 2722

Townsville West St Mary's School 210446 1150 2130

1rebonne Canossa Convent School 80999

Wmton St Patrick's School 86298

SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST SYSTEMICSCHOOLS Aitkcnvale Townsville District Adventist School 58619

Andrews St Andrews College 121897

Brassall Ipswich SDA School 59209

Bundabcrg Nth Bundaberg SDA School 29612

Dakabin Pine Rivers Adventist School 260076

Mackay Mackay SDA School 89972

Manunda Cairns SDA School 19907

Moimt Gravatt Mount Gravatt SDA School 411390 4160 5750

Brisbane Adventist High School 494115

Rcedv Creek Gold Coast SDA School 117102

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL QUEENSLAND

Disadvan-

General taged

Recurrent Schools

ESL ESL

General New

Support Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Rockhampton North Rockhampton SDA School 47110

Stanthorpe Stanthorpe Adventist Primary School 37128

Toowoomba Toowoomba SDA School 36948

ΝΟΝ-SYSTEMIC SCHOOLS Abergowrie St Teresa's Agricultural College 430078

Arana Hills Pine Community School 33308

Arundel A B Paterson College 676810 2642

Ascot St Margaret's School 1088820 4160

Ashgrove Marist College 2355318 2487

Mount St Michael's College 776412 3968

Ashmore Trinity Lutheran Primary School 648788 2900

Trinity Lutheran College 1008856

Atherton Tableland Christian College 90045

Ayr Burdekin Catholic High School 839868 2000 2642

Ayr Christian College 95381 4855

Bald Hills St Paul's School 662519 4160

Beaconsfield Whitsunday Anglican School 542247

Bethania Bethania Lutheran Primary School 337328

Biloela Redeemer Lutheran Primary School 159471

Boondall St Joseph's College 2229984 2033

Bray Park Genesis Christian School 108167 2642

Brinsmead Caims Christian College 381406 2642

Brisbane All Hallows School 2276148

Brisbane Girls Grammar School 1018490 4160

Brisbane Grammar School 1224256

St James' School 856290

St Joseph's College 2155237

Buderim Immanuael Lutheran Primary School 567008

Matthew Flinders Anglican School 1080496 4414

Bundaberg St John's Lutheran Primary School 204995 11715

Shalom College 1800858 7871 24867

Burbank Sinai College 78526

Caboolture St Michael's College 132167

St Paul's Lutheran Primary School 223735 2400

Caims St Augustine's College 1944052

St Monica's College 920570

Caloundra Caloundra Christian Community School 503728 8895

Cannon Hill Cannon Hill College 475580 3108

Carbrook Christian Life College 160621 2400

Carrara Emmanuel College 1562198 6414

Charters Towers All Souls and St Gabriel's 408134

Mount Carmel College 701052 2000

St Mary's College 265098 1500

Blackheath and Thornburgh 540870

Chinchilla Chinchilla Christian School 11127

Clayfield Clayfield College 739236 4882

St Rita's College 1495312

Clontarf Grace Lutheran Primary School 519078

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL QUEENSLAND

General Recurrent

Disadvan­ taged Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Condon Shalom Christian College 144585

Cmrparoo Loreto Convent 1426740

Vi llano va College 2018851

Corinda St Aidan's Anglican Girls School 636483 4259 2072

Cranbrook Ignatius Park College 1297338 5500 2642

Daisy Hill John Paul College 3538666 103989 3108

Dalbv St Mary's College 334012

Dalby Christian School 371805 13419

Last Brisbane Anglican Church Grammar School 1533888 2642

1‘noggcra Hillbrook Anglican School 1174572

K vert on Park Northside Christian College 504919 2869

l· vert on Hills Prince of Peace Lutheran Primary School 325573 Pig Tree Pocket Montessori School 126637

Gallon Peace Lutheran Primary School 294713

Gladstone Chanel College 1375864 3704 2722

Gladstone Christian Community School 83876 (ioodna (ioodna Christian School 1063014 8166

G >in pie Gympie Christian Academy 77766

Cooloola Christian College 71890

Hartley's Creek Via Cairns Wangetti Education Centre 198880 47206

1 lawthome Lourdes Hill College 1869762

1 lerberton Mount St Bernard College 462396

High fields Toowoomba Christian College 95116

High gate Hill Aboriginal and Islander School 79947 5419

1 lyde Park St Margaret Mary's College 683650 3000

Indooroopilly Brigidine College 1063972

Nudgee Junior College 426880 6787

St Peter's Lutheran College 1792380 5726

Ingham Gilroy Santa Maria College 595884 5500

Innisfail Good Counsel College 1280614 18667

Radiant Life Christian College

Ipswich Ipswich Grammar School 1443288

St Edmund's Christian Brothers School 1501440 Ipswich East Ipswich Girls Grammar School 1331550 7072

Jimboomba South Queensland International School 64540 Kedron Mount Alvemia College 1185632

Padua College 1706695 5290 Kenmorc Brisbane hidependent School 110010 Kingaroy Abundant Life Christian School 128690St John's Lutheran Primary School 220649 Kmralbyn Kooralbyn International School 302692 I.indum Iona College 2364237 Mackay Mercy College 1286505 9723 2487 St Patrick's College 1090890 463 8166 Mackay North Mackay Christian College 407334 Manoora Emmanuel College 124708 10509 15625 Mansfield Christian Outreach College 1790094 4160 Maroochvdore Immanuel Lutheran College 1282902140

Appendix 3

SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON GOVERNMENT SCHOOL QUEENSLAND

Disadvan-

General taged

Recurrent Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Maryborough Maryborough Christian Academy 376986

Middle Park Good News Lutheran Primary 695922 8166 7311

Mount Isa Mt Isa Catholic High School 316710

Mount Isa Christian College 76314

Mudgeeraba Somerset College 1416034 20036

All Saints Anglican School 1955402

Mundingburra The Cathedral School of St Anne 841194

Murray Annandale Christian School 321540

Nambour Blackall Range Independent School 21196

Noosaville Good Shepherd Lutheran College 686303

North Rockhampton Peace Christian Community School 61936 North Ward Townsville Grammar School 717246

Nundah Corpus Christi College 944524

Ormiston Ormiston College 875312 2207

Raceview Bethany Lutheran Primary School 323721

Reedy Creek King's Christian College 1015414

Hillcrest Christian College 434775

Rochedale Redeemer Lutheran College 1022420 4000

Rockhampton Rockhampton Girls Grammar School 669447 1024 5295

Rockhampton Grammar School 1659910

Rockhampton North Cathedral of Praise Christian School 238435

Rothwell Grace Lutheran College 1651289

Mueller College 625316 7062

Salisbury Southside Christian College 306563 2487

Scarborough De La Salle College 1084914

Frawley College 1114350

Sevemlea Mt Tully Community School 26408

Shomclifle St Patrick's College 1428642

South Brisbane St Laurence's College 2152760

Somerville House 902786 6219

Southport St Hilda's School 753156 4160 8166 1200

The Southport School 964874 9074 2642

Springwood Logan Uniting Christian Colleges 1154884 2642

Toowong Brisbane Boys College 1142453

Stuartholme School 946720 3316

Toowoomba Concordia Primary School 288274

Martin Luther Primary School 246703 4548 2400

Concordia Memorial College 1025899

The Toowoomba Preparatory School 212807 3968

Downlands Sacred Heart College 1375992

Fairholme College 1064604

The Glennie School 613480 4714

St Joseph's School 987666

St Mary's Christian Brothers 2056717

St Saviour's College 1178364

St Ursula's College 1233996

Toowoomba Grammar School 955416 4160

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL QUEENSLAND

Disadvan- ESL ESL Special

General taged General New Educa-

Recurrent Schools Support Arrivals tion

Christian Outreach College 513225 1554

Townsville St Patrick's College 665812 3000

Calvary Temple College 456494

Victoria Point Faith the Redlands Lutheran School 285455 Warwick Assumption College 365442

Slade School 233684

The Scots and PGC Colleges 539001

School of Total Education 46531 2642

Waterford Canterbury College 1475358

Wellington Pt Redlands College 1328452 8828

Wliitcrock Trinity Anglican School 1298456

Wight's Mountain Samford Valley Steiner School 112793

Woombye Christian Outreach College 910216 2428

Nambour Christian College 674727 2642

Woorabinda Wadja Wadja High School 84524

Wynnum West Moreton Bay College 1650294

Yatala Rivermount College 254482

Yeppoon St Brendan's College 997612

St Ursula's College 512613

ΝΟΝ-SYSTEMIC SPECIAL SCHOOLS I- ig I rcc Pocket The Glenleighden School 71083 123587

Sunnybank Hills Autistic Children's Therapy 74436 251158

OTHER ORGANISATIONS Annerley Queensland Braille Writing 10361

Aspley Help and Awareness for People 44138

Beenleigh Whitecross Family Relations 13469

Biloela Banana Shire Toy Library 745

Brisbane Uniting Church In Australia 40276

Guide Dogs for the Blind 65275

Bundaberg Bundaberg District Toy Library for Children with Special Needs 4414

Buranda Narbethong Welfare Assoc for Visually Handicapped Children & Young Adults 64187

Endeavour Foundation (Brisbane) 3000

Caims FNQ Disabled Children's Support 10833

Cairns North Caims Noah's Ark Incorporated 44138

Carina Friends From Care 55173

Coorparoo Spina Bifida Association of Qld 70400

Corinda Queensland Society for Crippled Children (Montrose) 175451

East Brisbane Noah's Ark Toy Library for Handicapped Children with Special Needs 16552

Gatton Lockyer District Concerned 7105

Goondiwindi Goondiwindi Support Group for the Disabled 13793

Gympie Gympie Toy Library (CAPS) 4414 Ingham Ingham Parents Support Group Inc 13824 Kmgaroy South Burnett Family Support 11035 Laidley Ipswich Youth Action Group Ltd 29241

Appendix 3

SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL WESTERN AUSTRALIA

Disadvan-

General taged

Recurrent Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

CATHOLIC SYSTEMIC SCHOOLS Diocese of Broome Broome St Mary's School 847178 24868 52000 20278

Nulungu Catholic College 2058294 46352 72800

Derby Holy Rosary School 521388 12780 15507

Kununurra St Joseph's School 518800 11948 52000 42000

Via Derby Wanalirri Catholic School 60980 2000

Via Halls Creek Luumpa Catholic School 315810 6500 52000 16700

Birlirr Ngawiyiwu Catholic School 80232 3000

Warlawurru Catholic School 190782 2540 52000 9543

Wyndham St Joseph's School 274665 9716 8350

Diocese of feinbury Albany St Joseph's College 1451017 5000 1000 19538

Australind Leschenault Catholic Primary School 376462 2386

Boyup Brook St Mary's Catholic School 127400 3000

Bridgetown St Brigid's School 222900 2386

Brunswick Junction St Michael's Presentation School 121208 6036

Bunbury Bunbury Catholic College 1436875 6000 10871

St Joseph's Catholic Primary School 600200 2000 12507

St Mary's Catholic Primary School 316262

Busselton St Joseph's School 400074 6350

Collie St Brigid's School 297500 5965

St Edmund's College 338500

Dardanup Our Lady of Lourdes School 162900

Donnybrook St Mary's School 221900 2386

Esperance Our Lady Star of the Sea School 210324

Harvey St Anne's Catholic School 316793 10736

Katanning St Patrick's School 276400

Kojonup St Bernards School 221246

Mandurah Assumption Catholic Primary School 709800 3579

Mandurah Catholic College 401302

Manjimup Keaman College 737008 1500 2000 1193

Margaret River St Thomas More Catholic Primary 191260 Narrogin St Matthew’s Primary School 286462 8350

Pemberton St Joseph's School 209900

Pinjarra St Joseph's School 201400

Waroona St Joseph's School 251393 9560 4771

Diocese of Geraldton Bluff Point St Lawrence's School 531500 1000 14700

Carnarvon St Mary's School 655315 27612 12504 10043

Geraldton St Francis Xavier Primary School 497325 1000 8351

Karratha St Paul's Parish Primary School 456400 7157

St Luke's College 980353 4771

Mullewa Our Lady of Mount Carmel School 205425 6872 6200 9543

Northampton St Mary's School 132857 6300

Port Hedland St Cecilia's School 833745

Rangeway St John's School 368148 2000 5964

Tardun Wandalgu Catholic Primary School 93700 6636 9800

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL WESTERN AUSTRALIA

General Recurrent

Disadvan­ taged Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Diocese of Perth Adross St Benedict's School 297393 3000 8350

Armadale St Francis Xavier's School 392872 1193

Attadale Mel Maria Catholic Primary School 502000 4000

Balcatta St Lawrence's Primary School 358193 5000

Balga Majella Primary School 261734 9860 12504 4000

St Gerard's School 356685 21764 27386 5000 6100

Ballajura Mary Mackillop Catholic School 348962 5964

Bassendean St Michael's School 371877 35636

Bateman Yidarra Catholic Primary School 549293

Corpus Christi College 2050737 21434 52376

Bayswater St Columba's School 333147 3000

Beaconsfield Christ the King School 641304 83528 91479 2386

Bedford St Peter's Primary School 325900 2386

Chisholm Catholic College 2415980 71016 13717

Bentley Santa Clara School 363793 13276 16670 1000 4771

Boulder St Joseph's School 369693 15380 5964

Carlisle Holy Name School 228700 7000 3000

Churchlands Newman College Senior School 1341315 2000

Newman College Junior School 902460 6567

City Beach Holy Spirit School 287989 5000 3000 3000

Claremont St Thomas' School 334393 8336 2000 3579

Cloverdale Notre Dame School 283440 2000 3579

Craigie Whitford Catholic Primary School 577573 1193

Dianella Our Lady's Assumption School 507216 12504 8350

Doubleview Holy Rosary School 570493 5000 3000 32321

Newman Siena College 1097043 28941

Edgewater Mater Dei College 381179

Fremantle St Patrick's Parish School 390208 19052 1000 13121

Girrawheen Our Lady of Mercy Primary School 309700 23000 19052 350 19700

Goomalling Sacred Heart Catholic School 98160 1193

Gooseberry Hill Mary's Mount Primary School 461800 4771

Gosnells St Munchin's Catholic School 618861 13121

Lumen Christi College 1627692

Greenmount St Anthony's School 586000 3000 17893

Greenwood Liwara Catholic Primary School 579246

High Wycombe Matthew Gibney Catholic Primary 214600 Highgate Sacred Heart Primary School 347393 39296 4000 1193

Hilton Our Lady of Mount Carmel School 383893 21472

Innaloo St Dominic's School 331387

Joondartna St Denis' Primary School 391101 12504 13000 39479

Kalgoorlie Kalgoorlie Catholic Primary School 524500 7157

John Paul College 845400 1000 13121

Karrinyup Our Lady of Good Counsel School 347331 7024 4251

Kelmscott Good Shepherd Primary School 444493 20650

Koondoola Mercy College Senior School 1648218 39636 72018 596

Mercy Primary School 506698 23600 16670 1000 2386

Langford St Jude's Catholic School 364530 5000 1000

Leederville Aranmore Catholic Primary School 626231 25006 8000 3579

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL WESTERN AUSTRALIA

General Recurrent

Disadvan­ taged Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Lccdcrville Aranmore Catholic College 1576222 153212 100908

Lockridgc Good Shepherd Catholic School 714500 25006 1000 8350

Manning St Pius X School 294400 16670 1000 1193

Medina St Vincent's School 370400 16068

Merredin St Mary's School 214900 1193

Midland St Brigid's School 637416 1000 3579

Moora St Joseph's School 174900 8454 3579

Morlev Infant Jesus School 607000 2000

Mt Claremont John ΧΧΙΠ College 2266724 72888 74576 10410

Mount Lawley St Paul's Primary School 342900

M undaring Sacred Heart School 358962 3579

Munster St Jerome's School 728500 4771

Nollamara Our Lady of Lourdes Convent School 298713 5000 4771

North Beach Our Lady of Grace School 716493 1193

Northam St Joseph's School 879585 13121

Ocean Reef Prendiville Catholic College 1758735

St Simon Peter Catholic Primary 666005 36036

Padbury Padbury Catholic Primary School 589862 791

Palmyra Our Lady of Fatima School 351247 2000 1193

Queens Park St Joseph's School 520000 1000 19979

RedclifTe St Maria Goretti School 238346

Riverton Queen of Apostles School 469993 2000 2385

Rivervale St Augustine's School 310671 13516 22624 1193

Rockingham Star of the Sea School 866947 19893

Kolbe Catholic College 1393194 25513

Samson Seton Catholic College 1985306 38104 32936

Scarborough St John's Primary School 275101

Sorrento Sacred Heart College 1779928 50653

South Lake Mackillop Catholic Primary School 454993 4771

South Perth St Columba's School 336946 1000 7157

Southern Cross St Joseph's School 178400

Thomlie Sacred Heart Primary School 608371 26334

Tuart Hill St Kieran's School 581887 89928 64707 29936

Victoria Park Ursula Frayne Catholic College 1957930 64684 2000 56300

Viveash La Salle College 1840184 14686

Wanncroo St Anthony's School 320808 2386

Watertord CIontarf Aboriginal College 225160

West Swan Culunga Aboriginal School 420344 10980 10736

Willctton Orana Catholic Primary School 543300 3000 1193

Woodvale St Luke's Catholic Primary School 482562

ANGLICAN SYSTEMIC SCHOOLS Hillarys Community School of St Mark 1779047 54912

Mandurah Frederick Irwin Anglican School 1218374 23867

Morley Thomas Scott Anglican Community 971396 16538 6890

Westfield John Wollaston Community School 1621644 26808

SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST SYSTEMIC SCHOOLS Albany Albany SDA School 40240 2169

Armadale Armadale SDA School 27520

Bickley Bickley SDA School 89440 1735

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL WESTERN AUSTRALIA

General Recurrent

Disadvan­ taged Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Carmel Carmel Adventist College 231339

Esperance Esperance SDA School 12900

Landsdale Landsdale Adventist Christian School 49020 4338

Manjimup Manjimup SDA School 35260

Victoria Park Victoria Park SDA School 43000 4160 1195

SWAN CHRISTIAN SYSTEMIC SCHOOLS Beechboro Beechboro Christian School 101232

Middle Swan Swan Christian High School 979116 1084

Mundaring Mundaring Christian School 92352

Walliston Kalamunda Christian School 278536 2722 16400

West Midland Midland Christian School 295704 3253

ΝΟΝ-SYSTEMIC SCHOOLS Albany John Calvin School 257265 2023

Bethel Christian School 285890 2697

Albany Community School 37850

Armadale John Calvin School 810660 12133

Pioneer Village School 218016 3370

Dale Christian School 238479

Attadale Santa Maria College 1212192

Bedfordale Emmaus Christian School 549964

Bibra Lake Perth Waldorf School 230569

Bindoon Keaney College 136640 7977

Brunswick Junction Unity Christian School 46010

Bullcreek All Saints College 807437 4160 1301

Bunbury Grace Christian School 93125

Busselton Cornerstone Christian Community 157153

Claremont Christ Church Grammar School 961656 9418

Methodist Ladies College 886631 4044

Como Penrhos College 765741 217

Coolgardie Christian Aboriginal Parent-Controlled 183835 8140

Gotten Creek Pamngurr Community School 81648 7172

Darlington Treetops Montessori School 20905

Helena College 627943 5504

Dianella Carmel School 567823

Dianella St Andrew's College 95337 651

Duncraig St Stephen's School 1848792

East Perth Trinity College 1597680

Fitzroy Crossing Yiyili Aboriginal Community School 86751 3136 44568

Yakanarra Community School 35721 19808

Forest Grove Nyindamurra Family School of Creativity 53898

Forrestfield Forrestfield Christian School 196365

Fremantle Christian Brothers College 1173688 11908 2168

Lance Holt School 82950

The Valley Independent Secondary 54876

Port Community High School 64560

Gelorap The Bunbury Cathedral Grammar 427368 2203

Geraldton St Patrick's College 690710 1000 3928

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL WESTERN AUSTRALIA

General Recurrent

Disadvan­ taged Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Geraldton Stella Maris College 758716 1000 12928

Gibson Wongutha Christian Aboriginal 70380

Girrawheen Emmanuel Christian School 314008 13144 17628 3708

Glcndalough Chrysalis Montessori School 42420 325

(mangara Aboriginal Community College 100358

Guildford Guildford Grammar School 922679

The Foothills School 150875

Hamilton Hill Kerry Street Community School 45800

Calvary Christian School 56018

Hen ley Brook Guildford Montessori School 16590 1193

Joondalup Lake Joondalup Baptist College 542304 5234

Karrinyup St Mary's Anglican Girls' School 876211 5910

Ken wick Rehoboth Christian School 826353 5055

Kingsley Montessori School 171726

I .andsdale Kingsway Christian College 1314270 25837

I .esmurdie Mazenod College 1112004

St Brigid's College 1426368 2386

St Brigid's Primary School 681300

Manning Aquinas College 1577147

Martin Ponderosa Kids School 17342

Maylands Kids Open Learning School 192118 4496

Middle Swan Riverlands School 69125

Mosman Park Iona Presentation College 1202688

St Hilda's Anglican School for Girls 804812 5598

Iona Primary School 564300 500 3033

The Beehive Montessori School 193792 11795

Mount Lawley Perth College 745185

Mt Claremont Moerlina School 79632

The Quintilian School 73100 868

Ned lands Loreto Primary School 320160 22467

Nollamara Nollamara Christian Academy 33836

Noonkanbah Kulkarriya Community School 238530 7616 30705 4044

Pcppcnnint Grove Presbyterian Ladies' College 649274

Perth Mercedes College 1634668 19052 33352

Port I ledland Strelley Community School 141574 8156 46105

Ihimululu National Park Pumululu Aboriginal School 35721 19808

Queens Park St Norbert College 1561672 11908

Rockingham Rockingham Family School 40922 18546

Scarborough The Japanese School In Perth 15520

Shenton Park The Family Primary School 12160

South Perth Wesley College 758963 4160 17822

Southern River Thomlie Christian College 450650 7864

Strathalbyn Strathalbyn Christian College 228594 3370

Swanboume Scotch College 775255

I ardun Christian Brothers Agricultural 112812 11002 7922

Thomlie Australian Islamic College (Inc) 620230 76216 15959

I orbay Woodbury-Boston Primary School 59850 8089

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL WESTERN AUSTRALIA

General Recurrent

Disadvan­ taged Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Tuart Hill Servile College 1947180 50012 83229

Via Kalgoorlie Christian Aboriginal Parent Directed 28917 Via Meekatharra Karalundi Aboriginal Education 148769 5152 33299

Via Port Hedland Rawa Community School Aboriginal 112134 5300 24334

Victoria Park Regent College 364035 2023

Victoria Park Montessori Children's Centre 124032

Waikiki Maranatha Christian Community 321595 1084

Wembley Downs Hale School 818578

ΝΟΝ-SYSTEMIC SPECIAL SCHOOLS North Perth St Clare's School 29670 19772

Wembley The Speech And Hearing Centre 81516 92449

OTHER ORGANISATIONS Mosman Park Rocky Bay Therapy Support 12431

North Perth Noah's Ark Toy Library for Handicapped Children 5180

Osborne Park Association for Autistic Children 31449

Shenton Park Independent Living Centre of WA 10359

Victoria Park Association for the Blind of WA 20719

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL SOUTH AUSTRALIA

General Recurrent

Disadvan­ taged Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

CATHOLIC SYSTEMIC SCHOOLS Diocese of Adelaide Aberfoyle Park School of the Nativity 622747

Albert Park Our Lady Queen of Peace School 313545

Brighton St Teresa's School 314547

Brompton Immaculate Heart of Mary School 214859 11540

Brooklyn Park St John Bosco School 284952 11912

Salesian College 893321

Christies Beach St John the Apostle School 457170

Clare St Joseph's School 172002

Colonel Light Gardens St Therese's School 237207

Croydon Park Croydon Parish School 307965 10021 41217 39031

Cumberland Pk Cabra Dominican College 2118684 22132

Kdwardstown St Anthony's School 216776

Lhzabeth Grove St Mary Magdalene's School 332089 7842

Llizabeth Park St Thomas More's Parish School 485701 11746

Hnfield St Gabriel's School 303276

Hvanston St Brigid's School 311418

Findon Our Lady of the Manger School 378854 20442

Flinders Hark St Joseph's School 203767 19813

Fullarton St Joseph's High School 76494

Glenelg St Mary's Memorial School 254432

Glengowne Our Lady of Grace School 285739

Golden Grove Gleeson College 1142799

Goodwood St Thomas School 316271

Greenacres St Martin's School 421710 9002

1 lectorville St Joseph's School 801710 50157

1 lenley Beach Star of the Sea School 553999

1 Iindinarsh St Joseph's School 216482 10950 16212

Holden Hill Kildare College 1074748 0

Kilbum St Brigid's School 195106 11000 16276

Kings wood St Joseph's School 288670

Lockleys St Francis School 622398

Mansfield Park St Patrick's School 274965 11700 75886 21899 19813

Millicent St Anthony's School 236149

Mitchell Park Sacred Heart College Middle 932540

Morphett Vale Antonio School 614328 10988

Mount Barker St Francis De Sales School 307847

Mount Gambier St Paul’s School 561498 19813

Tenison College 943740

Murray Bridge St Joseph's School 208593

Nangwarry Our Lady of the Pines School 118165 4618

Newton St Francis of Assisi School 463067 33070

Noarlunga Downs Cardijn College 1756123 18955

Norwood St Joseph's Memorial School 304592

Ottoway St Joseph's School 230874 9333 34227

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL SOUTH AUSTRALIA

General Recurrent

Disadvan­ taged Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Parafield Gardens Holy Family Catholic School 469558 20911

Parkside St Raphael's School 214725

Payneham St Joseph's School 245050 24319

Penola Mary Mackillop Memorial School 111635

Plympton St John the Baptist Catholic School 335588

Prospect Rosary School 434289

Richmond St Joseph's School 165097

Rosewater Mount Carmel College 1039454 12000 40532

Mount Carmel Primary School 285944 10700 39797 43482

Salisbury St Augustine's Parish School 836512 15074

Thomas More College 1403988 57928

Seacombe Stella Maris Parish School 276978

Gardens Marymount College 737476

Seaton Mater Christi School 273898

Semaphore Dominican School 510133

Sheidow Park St Martin De Porres School 528496

Somerton Park Sacred Heart College Senior 1898881

Springfield Mercedes College 1740176

St Marys St Bernadette's School 283142 8241

Stirling St Catherine's Parish School 407383

Taperoo Our Lady of the Visitation School 527976

Tea Tree Gully St David's Parish School 768918

Thebarton Kilmara School 240391 4600

Tranmere St Joseph's School 351989

Walkerville St Monica's School 263627

Warradale Christ the King School 206979

Windsor Gardens St Pius X School 525920 16108

Woodville Park Wliitefriars School 244200 24319

Wynn Vale St Francis Xavier's Regional 1166143

Yorketown St Columba's Memorial School 105306

Diocese of Port Pirie Barmera St Joseph's School 133321

Berri Our Lady of the River School 166376

Gladstone St Joseph's School 97531 5000

Jamestown St James School 120495

Loxton St Albert's School 163517 5000

Peterborough St Joseph's School 132993 10500

Port Augusta West Caritas College 943259

Port Lincoln St Joseph's School 1115255

Port Pirie St Mark's College 1288488

Renmark St Joseph's School 227807

Wallaroo Kalori School 151305 8000

Whyalla St Teresa's School 376339

St John's College 713835

Whyalla Stuart Our Lady Help of Christians School 570747 Woomera St Joseph's School 215908

Special Educa­ tion

19813

19813 18955

28680

19813

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL SOUTH AUSTRALIA

Disadvan-

General taged

Recurrent Schools

ESL ESL

General New

Support Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Abcrfoyle Park Our Saviour Lutheran School 277923

Angaston Good Shepherd Lutheran School 141517

Blair Athol St Paul Lutheran School 325900

Ccduna Crossways Lutheran School 160499 8000 5444

Eudunda St John's Lutheran School 137584 5000

Gawler East Immanuel Lutheran School 271463

I lalindorf St Michael's Lutheran School 290403

Mighgate St John's Lutheran School 337348

Lobcthal Lobethal Lutheran School 291726

Loxton Loxton Lutheran School 249988

Lyndoch St Jakobi Lutheran School 110446

Maitland Maitland Lutheran School 89446

Morphett Vale Calvary Lutheran School 285281

Mount Barker St Mark's Lutheran School 306258

Mount Gambier St Martin's Lutheran School 249150

Mount Torrens Spring Head Lutheran School 113977

Murray Bridge Murray Bridge Lutheran School 302948

Novar Gardens Immanuel Primary School 466028

Nuriootpa Redeemer Lutheran School 334226

Para Vista Good Shepherd Lutheran School 334855

Tanunda Tanunda Lutheran School 281448

Waikene Waikerie Lutheran School 117674

Wynn Vale Golden Grove Lutheran School 313687

SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST SYSTEMIC SCHOOLS Morphett Vale Prescott Primary - Southern 79526

Para Vista Prescott Primary - Northern 168938 1320

Prospect Prescott College 209095 7000

Trinity Gardens Prescott Primary - Eastern 37782

ΝΟΝ-SYSTEMIC SCHOOLS Abcrfoyle Park Pilgrim School 317940

Adelaide Christian Brothers College 1588080 33381 3833

Muirden College 200666

Pulteney Grammar School 715162

St Aloysius College 1255925 55461 21757

St Mary's College 1210605 61760 3108

Aldgate Marbury School 235531

The Hills Montessori School 159600

Athelstone St Ignatius College 1181226

Belair St John's Grammar School 551476 21716

Christies Beach Southern Montessori School 69644

Craigmore Craigmore Christian School 389265

Enfield Our Lady of the Sacred Heart School 884800 32973

Ethelton Portside Christian School 286425 10415

Evanston South Trinity College Gawler 3012576

Findon Siena College 1206646

Fullarton Sunrise Christian School 505052

Gilles Plains St Paul's College 1339490 15541

Glen Osmond Seymour College 321464

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Disadvan- ESL ESL Special

General taged General New Educa-

Recurrent Schools Support Arrivals lion

Glenelg St Peter's Glenelg Anglican School 243200

Woodlands Glenelg Church of England Girls' Grammar School 448429

Glen side Massada College 71890

Glossop Riverland Christian School 77214 5000

Golden Grove Pedare Christian College 1778971

Henley Beach St Michael's College 1744473

Highgate Concordia College 625231

Hope Valley Torrens Valley Christian School 611081

Hyde Park Walford Anglican School for Girls 567496

Kensington Mary Mackillop College 1048267 3833

Kensington Park Pembroke School 1182704 11946

Kent Town Prince Alfred College 550415

Marion Westminster School 897214

Maranatha Christian School 187736

Marryatville Loreto College 1743984 1555

Medindie Wilderness School 399868

Mile End Temple College 620245

St George College 284632 7274

Morphett Vale Southern Vales Christian School 1159485 17105

Woodcraft College 672360

Mount Barker Mount Barker Waldorf School 547839

Cornerstone College 601664

North Adelaide St Dominic's Priory College 1156154

Novar Gardens Immanuel College 750064 9286

Paralowie Bethany Christian School 186675 5000 4160

Prospect Blackfriars Priory School 1570558 2279

Salisbury East Tyndale Christian School 958683 18007

South Plympton Bethesda Christian College 542296

St Peters The Church of England Collegiate 638714

Stonyfell St Peter's Collegiate Girls' School 505926

Strathalbyn Strathalbyn Christian School 63042

Tanunda Faith Lutheran Secondary School 1344011

Torrens Park Scotch College 511447 4160

Unley Kirinari School 75525

Lindisfame School 112036

Verdun The Hills Christian Community School 349734

Victor Harbor Glendale Christian School 275548

Walkerville St Andrew's School 330169

Wayville Annesley College 660565

Whyalla Norrie Whyalla Christian School 45420

Willunga Willunga Waldorf School 46238

Woodforde Rostrevor College 1727582 2383

Wynn Vale King's Baptist Grammar School 787493

ΝΟΝ-SYSTEMIC SPECIAL SCHOOLS Dulwich St Patrick's Special School 76023

Gilberton Cora Barclay Centre 4802 62163

Marion St Ann's Special School 107414

Mitchell Park Suneden Special School 62630

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Disadvan- ESL ESL Special

General taged General New Educa-

Recurrent Schools Support Arrivals tion

OTHER ORGANISATIONS Adelaide Guide Dogs Association of SA 17613

Magi II Down's Syndrome Assoc of SA 50500

Malvern The Independent Schools Board 98705

Myrtle Bank Autistic Children's Association of SA 235805

Regency Park Cnppled Children's Association of SA 523020

Woodville Spastic Centre of SA Inc 72741

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL TASMANIA

General Recurrent

Disadvan­ taged Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

CATHOLIC SYSTEMIC SCHOOLS Diocese of Hobart Bellerive Corpus Christi School 555899 1212 2968

Bridgewater St Paul's School 290263 18800 4248 1064

Bumie Stella Maris Primary School 411195 2072 2722 2968

Claremont Holy Rosary School 316497 2590 3740

Cygnet St James' College 781558 8379

Deloraine Our Lady of Mercy School 248863 1409

Devonport Our Lady of Lourdes School 531911 6216 10888 2526

Geeveston Sacred Heart School 316759 6355

George Town Star of the Sea College 631350 25525 13987

Glenorchy Dominic College Hobart St Peter's School 183849 9894 1875

Invermay St Finn Barr's School 432881 23875 4456

Kingston Beach St Aloysius' School 461801 1243 2722

Latrobe St Patrick's School 233111 17900 3058

Launceston Sacred Heart School 533572 10701 4586

Lenah Valley Immaculate Heart of Mary School 266744 7459 29533

Lindisfame St Cuthbert's School 383868

Moonah St Therese's School 314039 3108

New Norfolk St Brigid's School 261226 9461

Newstead St Thomas More's School 325020 4662 768

Queenstown St Joseph’s School 255082

Richmond St John's School 290751 4067

Riverside Nth St Anthony's School 236981 2424

Rokeby John Paul Π School 333260 19800 777 460

Rosebery St Joseph's School 168518 1657

Smithton St Peter Chanel School 225910 3436

St Leonards Larmenier School 256564

Ulverston Sacred Heart School 519518 622 3590

Wynyard St Brigid's School 295758 3058

Zeehan St Fursaeus' School 46698 829

SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST SYSTEMIC SCHOOLS Penguin Penguin SDA School 98308 756

West Moonah Hobart SDA School 127937 4160

ΝΟΝ-SYSTEMIC SCHOOLS Bellerive The Cottage School 60800

Bumie Marist Regional College 1627899 1657 3690

Deloraine Deloraine Christian School 36048

Devonport St Brendan-Shaw College 1531810 2900 2722 9448

Devonport Christian School 24108

Fem Tree Zoe Community School 20672

Glenorchy Dominic College 2135320 11395 7010

Hobart St Mary's College 1387280 16575 5187

St Michael's Collegiate School 1106992 4160 4434

St Virgil's College 2041676 16768 9591

Kingston Kingston Christian Community School 149886 3339

Tarremah School for Rudolf Steiner 51611 1276

Calvin Christian School 965487 5576

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL TASMANIA

Disadvan-

General taged

Recurrent Schools

ESL

General Support

ESL New

Arrivals

Special Educa­ tion

Latrobc Geneva Baptist School 179489

I ,aunceston John Calvin School 177044

Launceston Preparatory School 100697

I.ilydale Mount Arthur Family School 21014

Mowbray lights Launceston Church Grammar School 1056316 1026

New Town Sacred Heart College 1191484 16575 15536

Newstead Scotch Oakbum College 661502 14482

North I Iobart The Friends School 771513 5502

Lambert Cottage School 54720

Lambert Secondary School 94903 2452

Prospect Vale St Patrick's College 2214433 3435 12921

Riverside Launceston Christian School 618602 6023

Rokeby Emmanuel Christian School 563031 2614

Sandy Bay Fahan School 335695 5790

Mount Carmel College 1304984 2900 8819

The Hutchins School 911137 7755

Smithton Circular Head Christian School 140802 2787

Ulverstone Leighland Christian School 832344 6605

Warranc St Peter's Lutheran School 96900

OTHER ORGANISATIONS Derwent Park Tasmanian Deaf Society 3119

Tasmanian Council of the Deaf 8317

1 iobart Royal Guide Dogs for the Blind 19690

1 .aunceston St Giles Society 12910

Association of Independent Schools 66533

Moonah Australian Physiotherapy Association 28581

Newtown Colony 47 Inc Toy Town Library for Handicapped Children 47571

Tascare Society for Children 10396

Australian Association of Special Education 25990

Tasmanian Association of Occupational Therapists 28579

North I Iobart Australian Society for the Study of Interlectual Disability 2599

Norwood Autism Tasmania toe 3119

Richmond Tasmanian Visually Impaired Group 5198

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON GOVERNMENT SCHOOL NORTHERN TERRITORY

Disadvan- ESL ESL Special

General taged General New Educa-

Recurrent Schools Support Arrivals lion

CATHOLIC SYSTEMIC SCHOOLS Diocese of Darwin Alice Springs Our Lady of the Sacred Heart 606343 16000

Catholic High School 435358 32721 7000 16770

Berrimah Sacred Heart School 400529 30500

Darwin St Mary's Primary School 535864 7380

Karama Holy Family Primary School 507284 25500

Katherine St Joseph's Parish School 347915 32721 4512

Nightcliff St Paul's Primary School 471661 39000 20846

Sanderson OLoughlin Catholic College 556349

Wanguri Holy Spirit Primary School 675777 27000 5702

ΝΟΝ-SYSTEMIC SCHOOLS Alice Springs Yipirinya School 204120 103989

Living Waters Lutheran Primary School 284632 3108

Araluen Christian School 96896

St Philip's College 946736 4160 5697

Yirara College 425106

Berrimah Marrara Christian School 766332 18735

Kormilda College 1255430 103989

Malak Darwin Seventh Day Adventist School 24320

Nightcliff Essington School 142674 8756

Palmerston Palmerston Christian School 189250

Sanderson St Andrew Lutheran School 148372

Stuart Park St John's College 1437800 14000

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SUMMARY OF SELECTED RECURRENT GRANTS FOR EACH NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY

Disadvan- ESL ESL Special

General taged General New Educa-

Recurrent Schools Support Arrivals tion

CATHOLIC SYSTEMIC SCHOOLS Dioceie of Canberra-Goulburn Aranda St Vincent's Primary School 402604 18247

Braddon Merici College 1980405 25901 4403

Cal well St Francis of Assisi Primary School 839915 18000 19468 26313

Campbell St Thomas More's Primary School 332033

Cham wood St Thomas Aquinas Primary School 546061 19069 1805

Curtin Holy Trinity Primary School 341288 2784

Evatt St Monica's Primary School 937095 22945 10541

Florey St Francis Xavier High School 1768835 3853 30405

St John the Apostle Primary School 845700 20979 16849

Garran Sts Peter and Paul's Primary School 515981 10912 3026

Gowne Holy Family Primary School 953292 17734 13926

Griffith St Clare's College 2731342 26157 37274

Holder St Jude's Primary School 391035 8005

Isabella Plains St Peter's Catholic College 1198594 882

Kaleen St Michael's Primary School 615475 18247 2827

Kambah St Thomas the Apostle Primary School 837601 23919 11379

Narrabundah St Benedict's Primary School 318150 13627 16766

O'Connor St Joseph’s Primary School 367897 13172 5445

Page St Matthew's Primary School 481274 19069

Pearce Sacred Heart Primary School 573826 4594 7308

Red Hill St Bede's Primary School 291541

Wanniassa St Anthony's Primary School 804051 10004

Padua Catholic High School 1401084 29839

Waramanga St John Vianney's Primary School 702243 23999 18027

Watson Rosary Demonstration 472018 17563

ΝΟΝ-SYSTEMIC SCHOOLS Bmce Radford College 1405794 4160

Deakin Canberra Church of England Girls Grammar School 1195088

Dickson Daramalan College 3011900

Gordon Covenant College 129721

Griffith St Edmund's College 2297120 17198

Lyneham O'Connor Christian School 530024

Mawson Mawson SDA School 73370

Pearce Marist College Canberra 3007006 17100 18419

Red Hill Canberra Grammar School 805643

Wanniassa Trinity Christian School 989426

Weston The AME School 138626

Weston Creek Orana School 221044

OTHER ORGANISATIONS Rivett Noah's Ark Canberra Inc 55996

Woden Woden Community Services 41554

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