Parent/Scheme Agreement And Child Enrolment

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  • 1. Copy of child/ren current ACIR Immunisation history statement or ACIR exemption form
    2. Children’s Birth certificates
    3. Current Centrelink eligibility letter with CRN included
    4. Asthma or Anaphylaxis action plan (If Applicable)
    5. Custody Order/ AVO (If Applicable)
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  • Priority of Access

  • Collective Family Day Care follows the Priority of Access Guidelines as per the Current Regulation
    Priority of Access Guidelines:
    Children who are enrolled at the service or whose families are seeking a place at the service will be given Priority of Access in accordance with the guidelines that have been established by the Department of Family and Community Services and Indigenous Affairs.
    Below are the Priority of Access levels which the Service must follow when filling vacancies.
    1. A child at risk of serious abuse of neglect.
    2. A child of a single parent/guardian who satisfies, or of parents/guardians who both satisfy the work/training/study test under Section 14 of the A New Tax System (Family Assistance) Act 1999.
    3. Any other child.
    Within these three categories priority is also given to the following children:
    • Children in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families.
    • Children in families which include a disabled person.
    • Children in families on low income
    • Children in families from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
    • Children in socially isolated families.
    • Children of single parents/guardian
    Upon enrolment families will be notified of their priority and advised that if the service has no vacancies and their child’s position is a priority 3 under the Priority of Access Guidelines, it may be required that their child leave or reduce their days in order to make a place for a higher priority child.
  • Families are to sign below to acknowledge they understand the priority of access guidelines.

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