School Governance

Good Governance Principles: If Not Why Not?

The requirement for schools to be properly governed is an almost universal requirement for school governing bodies aroun...

Assessments of Overseas Student Policies and Procedures: What are Authorities Looking For?

Schools can only enrol and deliver education services to students in Australia on a student visa if they are registered ...

Amendments to Tasmanian Teachers Registration Legislation — Working with Vulnerable People

Teacher Registration and Registration to Work with Vulnerable People The Teachers Registration Amendment Bill 2019 (Tas)...

Weekly Wrap: November 14, 2019

The information in the Weekly Wrap is aggregated from other news sources to provide you with news that is relevant to th...

A Risk Schools Often Miss: Insufficient Governance Training for Governing Bodies

A quick literature search can provide many methods which, if applied effectively, would enable your school to develop an...

Properly Considered Risk Assessments for Excursions: A Crucial Part of Excursion Risk Management

In many schools, the teacher who organises an excursion is responsible for planning it and preparing the required paperw...

The Royal Commission’s Recommendations on Redress and Civil Litigation — Update

The Royal Commission’s Redress and Civil Litigation Report In several previous articles, we have discussed the responses...

Weekly Wrap: November 7, 2019

The information in the Weekly Wrap is aggregated from other news sources to provide you with news that is relevant to th...

Why Recording Safety Incidents Leads to a Safety Culture

Schools in all states and territories must notify their safety regulator and keep records of the most serious of safety ...

School Fees in 2040: On the Basis of the Current Educational CPI, Will Non-Government Schools Price Themselves Out of the Market?

Non-government schools are funded via a number of sources-most notably, school fees, per capita funding from Commonwealt...