The National School Resourcing Board invitied public submissions to a review of current arrangements for determining the capacity of non-government school communities to contribute to the operational costs of their school.
The CSP Management Team wrote a submission, after requesting assistance from parents in our diocese to contribute to impact statements / testimonials (refer to below).
The Council of Catholic School Parents NSW / ACT (CCSP) also wrote a submission, following our Broken Bay CCSP Rep Necola Chisholm, addressing the CCSP Management Committee with concerns from our diocese.
Catholic School Parents Australia (CSPA), as our National Catholic Parent Body, also contributed to the review.
A final report will be submitted to the Australian Government Minister for Education and Training by the end of June 2018. Learn More
How to Contribute to csp sumission
The CSP executive is requesting assistance from parents in our diocese by the provision of impact statements / testimonials from families in schools in Broken Bay. We are asking if each cluster can identify and gather a few testimonials from families.
These testimonials would need to be
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