Cudgen Public School

All children can learn and achieve high standards.

Telephone02 6674 1287

Emailcudgen-p.school@det.nsw.edu.au

Financial contributions and assistance

There are some costs associated with going to school that you may find it helpful to plan and budget for.

These include:

  • uniforms

  • school books and equipment

  • excursions

  • co-curricular activities.

Voluntary school contributions

Like all NSW public schools, we can request contributions to enhance our educational and sporting programs including elective subjects. School contributions help provide additional educational resources for the benefit of students. Payment is voluntary.

For more information, visit the Voluntary School Contribution policy.

In consultation with our schools P and C we do seek from parents and carers a general school and text book contribution. Funds raised through these contributions will be used to supplement educational programs and resources within our school and provide students with the texts that their class will be using. Payment of the general school contribution is a decision made by parents and caregivers and is entirely voluntary. However, our school greatly values your contribution as this will significantly assist us in ensuring your students have the best resources to support their learning.

The contributions can be paid at the school office.

            General Levy                                    $35 per child

            Textbooks                                         $45 per child

No embarrassment or discrimination will occur in our school as a result of late payment of contributions.

Support and payment options are available for families in need. Please contact the principal for a confidential discussion in cases of financial difficulties.

Financial assistance

If you are unable to pay school contributions because of financial hardship, you may be eligible for assistance from the school.

Our principal will ensure no student or family suffers any discrimination or embarrassment over the inability to pay school contributions.