Fee Policy

Purpose

This policy will provide a clear set of guidelines for:

  • The setting, payment and collection of fees
  • Ensuring the viability of Ormond Community Kindergarten by setting appropriate fee charges
  • Equitable and non-discriminatory application of fees across the programs provided.

Policy statement

1. Values

Ormond Community Kindergarten is committed to:

  • Providing responsible financial management of the centre, which includes establishing fees that will result in a financially viable centre while keeping user fees at the lowest possible level
  • Providing a fair and manageable system for dealing with the non-payment and/or inability to pay fees/outstanding debts
  • Ensuring there are no financial barriers for families wishing to access a kindergarten program
  • Maintaining confidentiality in relation to the financial circumstances of parents/guardians
  • Advising users of the centre about how the programs are funded, including government support and parent fees
  • Providing equitable access for families eligible for the kindergarten fee subsidy.

2. Scope

This policy applies to staff, the committee and to parents/guardians whose child/ren is/are attending, or who wish to enrol a child at Ormond Community Kindergarten.

3. Background and legislation

The Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (DEECD) provides per capita funding as a contribution towards the costs of providing the four-year-old kindergarten program. Income from other sources, primarily fees, is required to meet all the additional costs incurred by the service in the delivery of the children’s program. In addition, the kindergarten fee subsidy enables eligible families to attend the four-year-old kindergarten program at no cost, or a minimal cost.

Funding is also available to eligible three-year-old Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, and children known to Child Protection, to access 15 hours of kindergarten in the funded program; where there is a shortage of places, they may access a three-year-old program free of charge. There is no other funding available for the three-year-old program.

The DEECD requires that funded centres have in place, and communicate to families, a comprehensive written fees policy:

  • The Fees policy summary is published in the handbook and in attachments 1-4 of this document.
  • The Fee schedules (Attachments 5 and 6) detail the fees charged by the centre and the arrangements for the payment of fees, as required under regulations 40(1)(e) and 41(2)(b) of the Children’s Services Regulations 2009.

The Victorian kindergarten policy, procedures and funding criteria update outlines the criteria to be covered in the policy.

Relevant legislation may include but is not limited to:

  • Children’s Services Regulations 2009 (CSR)
  • Child Wellbeing and Safety Act 2005
  • Equal Opportunity Act 1995
  • Disability Discrimination Act 1992.

4. Definitions

Commonwealth Child Care Benefit (CCB): Child Care Benefit is a Commonwealth Government payment to help families who use either approved or registered childcare. All eligible families can receive some Child Care Benefit.

Approved care: Care provided by a service provider that has been approved by the Family Assistance Office to receive Child Care Benefit payments on behalf of eligible families. Most long day care, family day care, before- and after-school care are approved childcare providers.

Registered care: Care provided by nannies, grandparents, relatives or friends, kindergartens, occasional care centres and outside school hours care centres that are registered with the Family Assistance Office. Eligible families can receive some reimbursement of costs when using a registered care provider.

DVA Gold Card: A Department of Veterans’ Affairs health card for all conditions for Australian veterans.

Enrolment application fee: A payment to cover administrative costs associated with the enrolment application of a child for a place in a program at the centre.

Excursion/entertainment/centre event charge: An additional charge required to meet the cost of special events or excursions that occur in response to emerging children’s program needs. Events that are planned ahead and are included as an expenditure item in the centre’s budget do not incur an additional charge. (Refer to the Excursions/centre events policy for further details.)

Fees: A charge for a place within a program at the centre.

Handbook: A document updated annually which contains a user friendly summary of all detailed procedures. By producing a simple, easy to read version of the policies/procedures parents are more likely to read and understand how Ormond Community Kindergarten works.

Kindergarten fee deposit: A charge to secure a place that has been offered in a program at the centre. This is deducted from Term 1 fees.

Health care card: A Commonwealth Government entitlement for low-income earners (incorporating the foster child health care card, the ex-carer allowance (child) health care card and the low-income health care card).

Kindergarten fee subsidy (KFS): A state government subsidy paid directly to the funded organisation to enable eligible families to attend a funded kindergarten program or funded three-year-old place at no cost (or minimal cost)

Kindergarten fee subsidy—fees policy: Provides operational guidelines for funded organisations providing a kindergarten program, in administering the kindergarten fee subsidy.

Kindergarten program: A universal early childhood educational program, funded by the state government, for children in the year prior to commencing primary school.

Late-collection charge: A charge that may be imposed by the committee when parents/guardians are late to collect their child/ren from the program (see Attachment 1, ‘Setting fees and other charges’)

Other charges: A charge for items not directly related to the provision of the children’s program, such as sun hats.

Working Bee Refundable levy: A payment that is refunded on participation in a specific activity, such as a working bee. This is also our enrolment deposit.

Retained (non-refundable) levy: A charge that covers the cost of replacing volunteer labour with paid labour/services.

Three-year-old kindergarten: An unfunded program for three-year-old children provided by an early childhood teacher.

Visas A–F: Bridging visas for asylum seekers.

Visas 447, 451, 785 and 786: Temporary Commonwealth Protection/Humanitarian visas.

Visas 200–217: Temporary Commonwealth refugee and special humanitarian visas.

Voluntary parent/guardian contribution: A voluntary payment for items not directly related to the provision of the children’s program. The voluntary contribution is not a condition of attending the centre.

5. Sources and related centre policies

Sources

  • Victorian kindergarten policy, procedures and funding criteria, update 2008
  • DEECD 2008, Kindergarten fee subsidy—fees policy
  • The centre’s constitution
  • Child Care Services Handbook

Centre policies

  • Complaints and grievances
  • Delivery and collection of children
  • Enrolment
  • Excursion/centre events
  • Privacy

Procedures

The committee is responsible for:

  • Ensuring that this policy is based on the principles of the Kindergarten fee subsidy—fees policy
  • Implementing and reviewing this policy, in consultation with the parents/guardians and staff and in line with the requirements of the DEECD Victorian kindergarten, policy, procedures and funding criteria
  • Developing/maintaining a fee policy that balances the capacity of parent’s capability to pay, providing a high-quality program and maintaining service viability, whilst retaining our not-for-profit status.
  • Considering any issues regarding fees that may be a barrier to families enrolling at Ormond Community Kindergarten and removing those barriers wherever possible
  • Considering options for payment when affordability is an issue for families, at the discretion of the committee.
  • Clearly communicating this policy and payment options to families
  • Setting fees according to the guidelines outlined in Attachment 1
  • Providing a copy of the Fee schedules (Attachments 5 and 6), to all parents/guardians upon enrolment of their child and making the Fees policy, readily accessible at the centre (CSR r40[1f] and 41b)
  • Collecting and receipting all fees as per the guidelines outlined in Attachment 3 of this policy
  • Documenting the type of concession card and expiry date of eligible concession card holders
  • Complying with the centre’s Privacy policy in regard to any information it receives relating to the financial situation of parents/guardians and the payment/non-payment of fees
  • Notifying parents/guardians within twenty-eight days of any changes to the arrangements for the payment of fees (CSR, r42)
  • Ensuring a notice outlining the fees charged by Ormond Community Kindergarten is displayed prominently in the main entrance to Ormond Community Kindergarten as required by CSR r40f.

Staff members are responsible for:

  • Informing the committee of any complaints or concerns that have been raised regarding the fees at the centre
  • Referring parents’/guardians’ questions in relation to this policy to the Ormond Community Kindergarten committee.
  • Assisting the Ormond Community Kindergarten Committee as required in sighting supporting documentation for parents’/guardians’ eligibility to access the kindergarten fee subsidy.
  • Collecting deposits for programs, issuing receipts and securing monies as per Treasurer’s guide.
  • In extreme circumstances, at the request of the Treasurer, the qualified staff member may be asked to communicate with families regarding fees payment/late payment.

The parents/guardians are responsible for:

  • Reading the Fee schedules (Attachments 5 and 6)
  • Reading the handbook provided during the enrolment process
  • Signing and returning their acceptance of offer
  • Signing and Complying with the Fee Payment Agreement (Attachment 7 & 8)
  • Notifying staff or committee of Ormond Community Kindergarten if a person is experiencing difficulties with the payment of fees
  • Providing the required documentation to enable the service to claim the kindergarten fee subsidy for eligible families.

Evaluation

In order to assess whether the policy has achieved the values and purposes, the committee will:

  • Assess the effectiveness of the payment options and procedures for the collection of fees
  • Review the current budget to determine fee income requirements
  • Take into account feedback from staff and parents/guardians regarding the policy
  • Monitor complaints and incidents regarding the policy
  • Review the number of families experiencing financial hardship and the effectiveness of the procedures for late payment and support offered
  • Monitor the number of families/children excluded from the centre because of the non-payment of fees.

Attachments

Attachment 1: Setting fees and other charges

Attachment 2: Subsidies and discounts Procedure

Attachment 3: Invoicing, receipting and collection of fees Procedure

Attachment 4: Procedures for late payments/refunds

Attachment 5: Fee schedule—four-year-old (funded) kindergarten program

Attachment 6: Fee schedule—three-year-old kindergarten program

Attachment 1:

Ormond Community Kindergarten

Setting fees and other charges

1. Fees

As part of the budget development process, the committee sets fees for the programs for the following year (prior to letters of offer being sent out), taking into consideration:

· Funding requirement to provide a minimum of 15 hours per week (four-year-old program)

· Funding requirement to provide eligible concession card holders with access to 15 hours per week of the funded kindergarten program at little or no cost

· Financial viability

· Fees charged by similar Kindergartens in the area

· Level of government funding, including the kindergarten fee subsidy, provided for the program

· Availability of other income sources, such as grants

· Capacity of parents/guardians to pay

· Reasonable expenditure, ensuring agreed program quality/standards

· Requirements of the Kindergarten fee subsidy—fees policy.

2. Payment options and procedures

During the annual fee review process, the committee will review the payment options and procedures to ensure that they are inclusive and suitable to all financial situations. Procedures for payment will be flexible and clearly communicated to all families. One off special cases will always be reviewed by the Committee during the year as required.

3. Kindergarten fee deposit

At Ormond Community Kindergarten we charge a working bee levy at enrolment rather than a separate deposit fee to confirm your spot at Kinder. Please refer to section 4 (below) Refundable Levies – Working Bee Levy for more information.

4. Refundable levies – Working Bee Levy

The committee is committed to making early childhood education affordable for all families and providing families with access to the full benefit of state and Commonwealth subsidies.

In order to keep the building, grounds and facilities of Ormond Community Kindergarten at a high standard, Ormond Community Kindergarten levy a refundable “working bee” fee annually on enrolment.

Payment will be refunded to parents/guardians on participation in specified activities. A range of specified activities are offered to enable families with different time availability, skills and interests to access the refund (e.g. Saturday, Sunday working bees, sausage sizzles, social/fundraising activities). This is not intended to be a barrier to participation and families experiencing difficulties with this should discuss any issues with the staff or committee.

The committee will review annually the application of any refundable levies as defined in this policy.

5. Kinder Duty (Rosters) Non Attendance Levy

Parents/guardians are expected to help at the kinder and are rostered every term to participate in “duty”. This sees parents/guardians spending a whole session at the kinder (when your child is in attendance) to help with various tasks which help the session run smoothly. This includes tasks such as chopping up the fruit for snack time, cleaning, watering the garden etc. A roster of the tasks is on the notice board in the kitchen. We ask that parents help out 2-3 times per term.

Parents are also expected to help by laundering the art smocks and face washers throughout the year. A bag of the laundry will be sent home at the end of the week and Kinder asks that you wash and dry it ready for the following week. You will be asked to do this 2 or 3 times per year.

This is an excellent opportunity to see how the child/ren spend their time at kindergarten and to be involved with their experiences.

Parents who are unavailable/unwilling to complete duty or help with laundering are asked to contribute an additional $25 each term instead.

6. Fundraising

Fundraising is important: it pays for additional/expensive items while bringing together families and the wider community. Participation in fundraising is voluntary; however, the support of every family evens the work-load.

The committee will ensure that fundraising income is kept separate from the centre’s operating budget, and that families will be informed about expenditure of fundraising income.

7. Notification of fee changes during the year

Fees set for the year would only be reviewed in extraordinary circumstances; for example, if attendance rates fall below the budget ‘break even’ point. Parents/guardians will be given notice one term in advance of any required fee increase. Parents/guardians will be provided an option of requesting a payment plan.

8. Late collection charge

From January 2012, Ormond Community Kindergarten reserves the right to implement a late collection of children charge when parents/guardians are frequently late in collecting a child/ren. In these situations, the following procedures will apply:

· The qualified staff member will inform the parents/guardians/carer that if it continues the committee will be notified and the family will be charged a late fee.

· If the parent/guardian is over 20 minutes late in collecting their child. The fee will be $20 for each 10 minutes, or part thereof, for the first 10 minutes from the conclusion of the session and then $2 per minute or part thereof, until the child is collected.

9. Incursions and Excursion Levies

Children at Ormond Community Kindergarten are offered a variety of incursions (activities provided inside the kinder during their session) and excursions (activities provided outside the kinder). Please refer to the Excursion/Incursions Policy.

All incursions/excursions are included in the fees detailed in attachments 5 and 6 and the handbook. There are no additional charges for these. There are no discounts or refunds paid to families who are unable to attend these excursions/incursions

Attachment 2:

Ormond Community Kindergarten

Subsidies and Discounts

Kindergarten fee subsidy

Children attending the four-year-old (funded) kindergarten program are eligible for the kindergarten fee subsidy (KFS) if the parent/guardian/or the child has a:

· Commonwealth Health Care Card

· Commonwealth Pensioner Concession Card

· Asylum-seeker Bridging Visas A–F

· Visas 200–217

· Temporary Protection Visas 447, 451, 785, 786

· Department of Veterans’ Affairs Gold Card.

Or the child:

· Is identified on the birth certificate as a triplet or quadruplet

· The other two or three children on the birth certificate are attending a funded kindergarten program.

To obtain the KFS, supporting documentation must be sighted by the qualified staff member during the enrolment process, and prior to commencement of each Term or when the child becomes eligible. The type of concession card and expiry date will be recorded on the child’s file, for the treasurer’s use. Further documentation will be required upon the expiry of the card to maintain eligibility.

Note: Due to privacy reasons, unique identifiers such as concession card numbers will not be recorded.


Attachment 3:

Ormond Community Kindergarten

Invoicing, receipting and collection of fees Procedure

Fee information will be provided to parents/guardians in the Ormond Community Kindergarten Handbook and on the kindergarten website. Additionally, fee information provided will include the Fee schedule (Attachments 5 and 6).

Procedure for fees collection

The annual fee will be invoiced in four periods (not including the deposit/working bee levy):

1. The kindergarten fee working bee levy invoice will be sent by mail with the letter of offer in June. On acceptance of a place, the working bee levy invoice will be paid

2. The Term 1 fees will be invoiced at the commencement of the term. The invoice is to be fully paid by the end of week 2 of the term.

3. Terms 2, 3 and 4 Invoices for each Term will be placed in childrens’ communication file by the end of each term, for payment by the end of week 1 of the following term. E.g. Term 3 invoice is issued during the last week of Term 2 and payment is expected after the school holidays by the end of the first week of Term 3.

4. Families commencing at the Centre at other times will be invoiced with payment terms of two weeks from the commencement date.

5. All families, including those eligible for the kindergarten fee subsidy, will receive an invoice detailing the charges for the period invoiced and the amount owing (if they have become eligible for the Fee Subsidy, families can contact the Treasurer for a revised Invoice, upon sighting of relevant documentation).

6. Invoices not collected from the children’s file will be sent by mail to parents/guardians, once they become overdue.

7. All fees will be collected by the Treasurer. The Invoice acts as a Tax Receipt for payments received.

Method of payment

Details of payment will be specified on the invoice. Cash payments are to be made only as outlined on the invoice.

Issue of receipts

A tax invoice will be provided for all fee payments.

Late enrolments

For children enrolled after the commencement of Term 1, an invoice will be issued pro rata, the child is able to commence the program immediately and the fee invoice will need to be paid in full within fourteen days of commencement.


Attachment 4:

Ormond Community Kindergarten

Procedures for late payments/refunds

Difficulty in paying fees

Parents/guardians experiencing difficulty in paying fees are requested to contact the Treasurer to arrange suitable alternative payment arrangements, such as an instalment plan.

Late payment/non-payment of fees procedure

If the parents/guardians have not communicated the reasons for late or non-payment of fees, the following procedures will be implemented:

Step 1: A written reminder notice will be sent after the due date stating fees are overdue, giving ten working days for payment and warning that an additional 10% for late fees will be levied. A copy of this letter will be kept on file. The letter will encourage the parents/guardians to contact the Treasurer. If contact is made, the conversation will be recorded, a copy sent to the parents/guardians (if requested) and a copy placed on file.

Step 2: If payment has not been received by the specified date or no contact has been made with the Treasurer, the parents/guardians will be contacted by telephone to discuss alternative payment options and to develop an agreed payment plan. Once again the parents/guardians will be advised of the additional 10% late fee which will be payable if payment is not received. Minutes of contact/conversation will be kept on file. If a payment plan is agreed on, both parties will sign the agreed plan and a copy will be given to the parents/guardians and placed on file.

Step 3: If the parents/guardians fail to make a payment (after being sent an invoice, a reminder, and being contacted and reminded to pay), the Treasurer will apply the 10% late fee and issue a second and final letter, requesting full payment within 10 working days, or attendance at a meeting to discuss alternative payment options (as per Step 2). The letter will be sent by registered mail and will include information on support options available.

Step 4: If the parents/guardians continue with the non-payment of fees, the Treasurer will continue to offer the parents/guardians support and assistance, until the committee agrees otherwise.

Step 5: If the payment plan drawn up is not adhered to or not signed by both parties, at the committee’s discretion, a decision is made to withdraw the child’s place at the centre. The parents/guardians will be provided fourteen days’ notice by registered mail.

The Treasurer and any committee members involved will ensure the Privacy policy of the centre is complied with and staff will not be involved in any stage of this process. Staff may be consulted on a child’s attendance rates and any other information required for the Treasurer to fulfil his/her role. The Treasurer and any other committee members involved will ensure the centre’s Privacy policy is complied with in relation to the family’s financial/personal situation.

Debt recovery

The committee reserves the right to take action to recover debts owing to the centre. This can include the engagement of debt collectors. Using a debt collector will be considered as a final option after attempts to implement other payment procedures have been offered.

Where a family owes outstanding monies to the centre, the committee reserves the right to not allow further placements in programs until all outstanding monies are paid, or a payment plan is agreed and adhered to by both parties.

Refund of fees

Fees are non-refundable. Refunds/pro rata refunds apply only in the following cases:

1. If a family becomes eligible for the kindergarten fee subsidy during a term, a full refund of the applicable term fees will be provided. Note that fees may apply for programs offered for more than 15 hours per week.

2. On commencement of Term 1, no partial refunds for term fees will be available (except as applied in point 3 above – eligibility for KFS). If the child leaves before the end of the term, no pro-rata refund will be available for that term. Written notice of departure is required prior to the invoicing period for the next term.

3. The committee may consider a partial refund in exceptional circumstances. Applications for a refund must be in writing and must clearly outline the reasons why the child ceased to attend the Kindergarten. Any refund will be at the discretion of the committee and will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. An administration fee may be applied.

There will be no refund of fees due to a child’s short-term illness; public holidays; family holiday during operational times; closure of the centre for one or more days when a qualified staff member is absent and a qualified reliever is not available; closure of the centre for staff training days, set up days; or closure of the centre in extreme and unavoidable circumstances.

Attachment 5:

Ormond Community Kindergarten

Fee Schedule 2019

Four-year-old (funded) kindergarten fees

Hours: 15 hours per week

Fees ($)

Working Bee Levy - $100

Term 1 - $495

Term 2 - $495

Term 3 - $495

Term 4 - $495

Total - $2080.00

Other Levies:

Kinder Duty (Rosters) Non Attendance Levy - $25 per term

Late Collection Charge - $20 for first 10 minutes; $2 per minutes thereafter

Late Fee Payment (10%)

Payment of fees

Term 1 invoices will be issued at the commencement of term 1. Terms 2-4 invoices will be issued in the last week of the term prior and must be paid by the due date. Late payment of fees will attract an additional 10% as a late fee.

Kindergarten Working Bee Levy

Parents/guardians are required to pay the Working Bee Levy as a deposit on offer of a place. This payment is retained as the working bee levy and will be refunded upon participation in specified activities. The amount will be deducted from Term 4 fees. Payment will secure the child’s place in the kindergarten program. It will not be refunded if you accept a position at another service.

Kindergarten fee subsidy

The Department of Education and Early Childhood Development provides a kindergarten fee subsidy when a parent/guardian or child holds a current Commonwealth Health Care Card, Pensioner Concession Card, Department of Veterans’ Affairs Gold Card, Temporary Protection/Humanitarian Visas 447, 451,785 or 786, Asylum-seeker Bridging Visas A–F or Refugee or Special Humanitarian Visas 200–217 and families with triplets/quadruplets attending a funded kindergarten program in the same year.

The subsidy is paid to the funded organisation to directly reduce fees paid by families, making the kindergarten program free or a minimal cost for eligible families. The supporting documentation must be sighted by the Kinder teacher prior to the start of each term or when the family becomes eligible. Note that the original or certified birth certificates of triplets/quadruplets must be sighted. The Treasurer will also keep the concession type and expiry on the child’s record for Invoicing purposes.

Receipt of this subsidy means that eligible families will not be required to make fee payments for 15 hours of kindergarten.

A nominal $60 fee per term is charges to pay for the extras – over and above – a standard 15 hour kindergarten. These include excursions such as the zoo and incursions such as Playball.

Late-collection charge

The committee reserves the right to implement a late collection of children charge when parents/guardians are frequently late in collecting a child/ren. In these situations, the following procedures will apply.

· The qualified staff member will inform the parents/guardians/carer that if it continues the committee will be notified and the family will be charged a late fee.

· If the parent/guardian is over 20 minutes late in collecting their child. The fee will be $20 for each 10 minutes, or part thereof, for the first 10 minutes from the conclusion of the session and then $2 per minute or part thereof, until the child is collected.

Full details are available in your handbook which you will receive during orientation or on request.

Kinder Duty (Roster) Non Attendance levy

Parents/guardians are expected to help at the kinder and are rostered every term to participate in “duty”. This is an excellent opportunity to see how the children spend their time at kindergarten and to be involved with their experiences. Parents are also expected to help by laundering the art smocks and face washers throughout the year.

Parents who are unavailable/unwilling to complete duty or help with laundering are asked to contribute an additional $25 each term instead. Full details are available in your handbook or in attachment 1.

Incursions and Excursion Levies

All incursions/excursions are included in the fees detailed in attachments 5 and 6 and the handbook. There are no additional charges for these. There are no discounts or refunds paid to families who are unable to attend these excursions/incursions

Attachment 6:

Ormond Community Kindergarten

Fee schedule 2019

Three-year-old kindergarten fees

Hours: 4 hours per week

Fees ($)

Kindergarten Working Bee levy - $100

Term 1 - $375

Term 2 - $375

Term 3 - $375

Term 4 - $375

Total - $1,600

Other Levies:

Kinder Duty (Rosters) Non Attendance Levy - $25 per term

Late Collection Charge - $20 for first 10 minutes; $2 per minutes thereafter

Late Fee Payment (10%)

Payment of fees

Term 1 invoices will be issued at the commencement of term 1. Terms 2-4 invoices will be issued in the last week of the term prior and must be paid by the due date. Late payment of fees will attract an additional 10% as a late fee.

Kindergarten Working Bee Levy

Parents/guardians are required to pay the Working Bee Levy as a deposit on offer of a place. This payment is retained as the working bee levy and will be refunded upon participation in specified activities. The amount will be deducted from Term 4 fees. Payment will secure the child’s place in the kindergarten program. The deposit will not be refunded if you if accept a place at another service.

Late-collection charge

The committee reserves the right to implement a late collection of children charge when parents/guardians are frequently late in collecting a child/ren. In these situations the following procedures will apply.

· The qualified staff member will inform the parents/guardians/carer that if it continues the committee will be notified and the family will be charged a late fee.

· If the parent/guardian is over 20 minutes late in collecting their child. The fee will be $20 for each 10 minutes, or part thereof, for the first 10 minutes from the conclusion of the session and then $2 per minute or part thereof, until the child is collected.

Full details are available in your handbook which you will receive during orientation or on request.

Kinder Duty (Roster) Non Attendance levy

Parents/guardians are expected to help at the kinder and are rostered every term to participate in “duty”. This is an excellent opportunity to see how the child/ren spend their time at kindergarten and to be involved with their experiences. Parents are also expected to help by laundering the art smocks and face washers throughout the year.

Parents who are unavailable/unwilling to complete duty or help with laundering are asked to contribute an additional $25 each term instead. Full details are available in your handbook or in attachment 1.

Incursions and Excursion Levies

All incursions/excursions are included in the fees detailed in attachments 5 and 6. and the handbook. There are no additional charges for these. There are no discounts or refunds paid to families who are unable to attend these excursions/incursions.