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Hi, i just wondered weather anyone had any opinions on the Quinns beach primary school, the website looks great but just wondered if anyone had any experience with the school? I'm hoping for my little boy to go there. Any other advice or recommendations/ enrolment or general advice on schools are very welcome!
Need help please!:wubclub: We have received an Application for Electoral Enrolment in the post - basically saying that they have checked their records and noted that no one at our address is registered to vote.:idea: They have very kindly sent through a form which we need to complete to enrol to vote. Now here's the kicker - we are not citizens and are therefore not entitled to vote. So here's where I am stuck. Q6 Are you enrolling to vote for the first time. Well - am I? I would say No, because I know I am not eligible to enrol? But if I say "no" I am then left with 2 options - either I am changing my address or I am advising them that I have changed my name So I guess I go with "yes" here? And then "yes" leads to Q7 - Are you and Aus citizen by birth Clearly not Leading to "have you been granted Aussie Citizenship" No, as we do not meet the residency requirements Then it tells me:policeman: "You may not be eligible to enrol to vote - phone the electoral commission" I KNOW I AM NOT ELIGIBLE TO VOTE:arghh: I reckon a chocolate teapot is more useful than this bunch, as I have phoned twice now and have 2 different answers - first said I have to fill the form in and send it through, second said don't bother sending the form in as we cannot register.:realmad: We can't be alone in this - what did everyone else do?
Hi there.....am in a bit of a fix with registering my kids for school by Term 2 (which I think should be somewhere end April, right?)....couldn't make it for the begining of the school term as we have some commitments back home to attend to. Anyway, a friend recommended Thornlie Christian School, in addition to a couple more private schools at surburbs that we may possibly settle down in such as St. Andrews at Clarkson and St. Stephen at Currambine. Sent an email to Thornlie early this week to enquire about the possibility of late enrolment and till today, not a word in reply!!! Is it me or is the norm with the schools in Perth? That they don't bother with replying emails? Then why the email address in their website? So, should we just walk in when we arrive in March for our initial entry? I noticed in their enrolment forms, they require references from pastors and such.....is it really a necessity? Do you think by now, all private schools would be full? If they are, what are the chances they would accept additional students in similar predicaments such as ours? The reason we're looking at private schools is becos we think they would be a lot more diciplined and "kinder".......just hate the idea of my two babies being at the mercies of meanies, just as they are trying to cope with the stress of moving to a foreign land..... Oh, forgot to mention, my eldest turns 10 by Sept 2010 and youngest 7 in June. Would really appreciate any sort of advice right now........Thks.