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Student Resource Scheme (SRS)

Textbooks and school resources – a parent/carer’s financial responsibility
In accordance with the Education (General Provisions) Act 2006, the cost of providing instruction, administration and facilities for the education of students enrolled at State schools who are Australian citizens or permanent residents, or children of Australian citizens or permanent residents, is met by the State.
Parents/carers are directly responsible for providing textbooks and other personal resources for their children while attending school.
In recognition that these costs can be high, the school operates a Student Resource Scheme (SRS) that enables a parent/carer to enter into an agreement with the school that, for a specified annual participation fee, provides for the temporary use by the student of prescribed textbooks and/or other resources, and/or the purchase of consumables and materials for the student.


 Participating in the SRS

Participation in the scheme requires either making a full payment at the time of lodging of the Participation Agreement or a payment plan being entered into with regular payments to finalise the plan to be paid by the end of the first semester of the school year. All payment plans require $100 per student to activate them.

The SRS provides significant savings for participating parent/carers but whether you decide to participate or not the participation form must be returned.


What does the SRS include and what do I need to purchase?
Complete lists of what the SRS provides for each year level, as well as the stationery parents/carers are required to purchase, will be mailed to families and are also available at the links below. Please ensure your child/ren have all items on the lists on the first day of school to ensure they have a smooth start to the year.