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Refusal to enrol—risk to safety or wellbeing

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A principal who reasonably believes that the enrolment of a prospective student (including a mature age individual) poses an unacceptable risk to the safety or wellbeing of a school community, may refer the enrolment application through the regional director to the Director-General, to make a decision about the prospective student’s enrolment at the school.

The Refusal to enrol—risk to safety or wellbeing procedure outlines responsibilities and processes for referring the decision for refusing the enrolment of a prospective student to the Director-General for consideration. The procedure is informed by Chapter 8 Enrolment at State schools of the Education (General Provisions) Act 2006.

For more information regarding the Refusal to enrol—risk to safety or wellbeing procedure in Queensland state schools refer to the fact sheet (PDF, 475KB).

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Last updated 18 March 2020