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Cancellation of enrolment

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Cancellation of enrolment is a very serious disciplinary consequence that can be imposed on a student. If a student's enrolment is cancelled, it means they can no longer attend that school.

The Cancellation of enrolment procedure sets out the responsibilities and processes for cancelling the enrolment of a state school student and is informed by Chapter 12 Good order and management of State educational institutions and non-State schools of the Education (General Provisions) Act 2006.

The only ground for cancellation of enrolment under the Education (General Provisions) Act 2006 is that the behaviour of a student (who is older than compulsory school age) amounts to a refusal to participate in the educational program provided at the school.

For more information regarding the Cancellation of enrolment procedure in Queensland state schools refer to the fact sheet (PDF, 490KB).

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Last updated 18 March 2020