Enterprise agreements are enterprise-level agreements between employers and workers on terms of employment. All schools in the Catholic Diocese of Parramatta aim to provide appropriate education and support to students with additional needs. Last updated in 2017. A child between the ages of 6 and 17 may not leave school until after the end of secondary education 10 or in cases where the Minister of Education and Training has authorized special circumstances. Implemented in 2011. This policy describes the commitment of the Catholic Diocese of Education of Parramatta (CEDP) to provide comprehensive training to all children and young people for the development of the whole person. Implemented in 2012. The staff of the Diocese of Broken Bay are subject to the following conventions: The application for registration, once accepted by parents and headteachers, is a contractual agreement as part of our commitment to integrate faith and life. These guidelines apply to all enrolment in a CEDP school. Last updated 2017.
CEDP schools exist to provide quality Catholic education. This document describes the registration policy for all schools in the Diocese of Parramatta. Implemented in 2014. This procedure includes the possession and use of alcohol, tobacco, illicit drugs or other substances, as well as the misuse of “over-the-counter” and prescribed drugs, including the provision of limited substances on school campuses. Implementation 2017. Our loss system for pension insurance contributions is the Australian Catholic Superannuation Retirement Fund if no funds are listed. Workers are unable to manage Superannuation`s contributions to other superination funds. These procedures describe the conditions under which a child may be exempt from school enrolment and schooling.
Implementation in 2017. The Catholic Board of Education offers three super-innuation funds to staff. For more information, visit the following websites: Schooling plays a crucial role in improving the lives of students in schools.