Once the college has reviewed the supplied information, we will schedule an enrolment interview with the relevant College staff. In conjunction with the interview we will also arrange for your child to participate in literacy and numeracy testing.
The purpose of the interview is to formally discuss the suitability of the College, Family and Student to each other. We consider:
- Shared values in regards to the ethos of the College.
- Educational needs of your child and our capacity to meet those needs.
- Financial, social and cooperation commitment of parents to the College.
- The commitment of the student to contribute positively to the College community.
This consultation gives all parties the opportunity to consider these aspects before entering into an educational partnership through a formal contract.
Where information obtained by or provided to the College indicates that the student has a disability or is at educational risk, the College will further consult with you to identify the support or adjustments that may be required. This may lead to requests for additional reports or medical documentation from specialists outside the College, at your own expense. If the College determines that the student would require adjustments, appropriate staff will be consulted to identify whether those adjustments required are reasonable in that they balance the interests, including safety, of all concerned (students and staff).
Following the interview, the College will determine if an enrolment placement will be offered.