We are pleased you have accepted a place at Nagle Pre-School.
To complete your enrolment we ask you to complete an online enrolment form.
When enrolling your child you will need to provide the following information:
your child’s name and address and details of any special needs
information about yourself and any other parents, carers or guardians details of the people who can pick up your child and provide other authorities
information about your child’s medical health and immunisation status (see below for more details)
Please note, as you progress through completion of this form your responses will be automatically saved. If you are unable to complete the form in one sitting, you can return at a later time (using the same device) and details will remain saved.
Information about your child’s medical health and immunisation status
To finalise enrolment for your child you must provide an immunisation status certificate that shows your child is:
up to date with vaccinations for their age OR
on a vaccine catch-up schedule OR
has a medical condition preventing them from being fully vaccinated
To complete this online form you will be asked to upload a copy of your immunisation record which can be downloaded through Medicare online using a MyGov account.
Authorised nominee means a person who has been granted permission by a family member* to collect the child from the education and care service or the family day care educator (Education and Care Services Nation Law - section 170(5)).
‘Family member’ as defined in the Education and Care Services National Law 2010; section 5 ‘family member’ in relation to a child, means –
(a) a parent, grandparent, brother, sister, uncle, aunt or cousin of the child, whether of the whole blood or half-blood and whether that relationship arises by marriage (including a de facto relationship) or by adoption or otherwise; or
(b) a relative of the child according to Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander tradition; or
(c) a person with whom the child resides in a family-like relationship; or
(d) a person who is recognised in the child’s community as having a familial role in respect of the child.
The term ‘parental responsibility’ is defined in the Family Law Act 1975 as “all duties, powers, responsibilities and authority which, by law, parents have in relation to children”.
All parents have powers and responsibilities in relation to their children, which can only be changed by a court order. These powers and responsibilities are referred to as 'parental responsibility'. It is not affected by the relationship between the parents, such as whether or not they have lived together or are married. A court order, such as under the Family Law Act, may take away the authority of a parent to do something, or may give it to another person.
Confidentiality of Enrolment Records
The approved provider of the education and care service must ensure that the information in the child’s enrolment record is not divulged or communicated, directly or indirectly, to another person other than as prescribed under regulations 181 and 182 of the Education and Care Services National Regulations 2011. This includes, to the extent necessary for the education and care of the child or medical treatment of the child; or where expressly authorised, permitted or required to be given by or under any act or law; or with the written consent of the person who provided the information.
Approved providers are reminded of their requirement to comply with the Privacy Act/s relevant to their state / territory jurisdiction in the collection, use and disclosure, storage and disposal of information.
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