Financial data collection for non-State schools
Under the Education (General Provisions) Act 2006, the governing body of an accredited school, or an operating provisionally accredited school, must, on or before 30 June each year, give to the Minister financial data for the school relating to the previous year of operation of the school.
Financial data include details of the school's:
- recurrent income;
- capital income;
- recurrent expenses;
- capital expenses;
- profit or loss in carrying out each of its incidental business activities;
- loans; and
- other financial details prescribed under a regulation.
Information derived from the collection is used in the allocation of funds distributed by the State Government to non-State schools and representative bodies. It is therefore imperative that all schools ensure that the data provided are accurate and that the data collection form is submitted by the due date.
Further information is available on the Department of Education and Training Financial data collection for non-State schools webpage.
Last updated 10 February, 2016