Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2009 Week 5 Hansard (2 April) . . Page.. 1837..
New Zealand - Ministerial Council for Police and Emergency Management - Police Meeting
New Zealand - Strategic Leadership Program
Finland - undertake pre-delivery inspections and specialist maintenance training for the new Bronto Telescopic Ladder Platform
Samoa - South Pacific Conference of Youth Courts
Ireland - International Society for the Reform of Criminal Law 22nd International Conference
Tonga - 17th Pacific Judicial Conference
Norfolk Island - Court Duties
(4) Approximately 13% of the airfare expenditure was for travel on business class.
(5) The majority of trips were with Qantas.
(6) The Department does not pay for staff to belong to a frequent flyer program. If an officer pays for membership privately, the department's Travel Policy states the frequent flyer points accrued from departmental travel must be used for future official travel.
(Question No 78)
Mr Doszpot asked the Minister for Education and Training, upon notice, on 25 February 2009:
How many classes in each ACT government high school and college, by name, (a) are below, (b) are above and (c) have 21 students.
Mr Barr: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
The Government is implementing measures to lower class sizes to an average of 21 in primary and high schools and to an average of 19 in colleges.
ACT public high schools and colleges are listed below with information on class sizes sourced from the public school record keeping database, MAZE, on 26 February 2009.
In relation to combined schools, the number of classes relates only to the high school and college classes. Class sizes may change on a daily basis as students move in and out of classes or between schools.
Classes in ACT Public Secondary Schools
Number of Classes <21
Amaroo P-10 School
Alfred Deakin High School
Caroline Chisholm P-10 School
Calwell High School