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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2011 Week 10 Hansard (22 September) . . Page.. 4440..


a) and b)

There is a total of 84 ACT public schools across 88 campuses, comprising eight colleges (year 11 and 12), one year 7 to 12 secondary school, ten high schools (year 7 10), eight combined schools (preschool or kindergarten to year 10), four special education schools, 48 primary schools (preschool to year 6) and five early childhood schools (birth to Year 2). The list of ACT public schools is included at Attachment A.

i) Data is not available in the form and at the level of disaggregation requested without diversion of significant resources from the Education and Training Directorate's ongoing business.

ii) In relation to the date each building was constructed data is not available in the form and at the level of disaggregation requested without diversion of significant resources from the Education and Training Directorate's ongoing business. However, the date when each ACT public school opened is included at Attachment A.

iii) Data is not available in the form and at the level of disaggregation requested without diversion of significant resources from the Education and Training Directorate's ongoing business. Information on asset management and capital works projects at ACT public schools is included in the Annual Report for the Education and Training Directorate. Annual Reports are available on the Education and Training Directorate website at http://www.det.act.gov.au/publications_and_policies/publications_a-z/annual_report.

It should be noted that over the past ten years, there has been significant capital funding allocated to ACT public schools, including the recently completed Schools Infrastructure Refurbishment program funded by the ACT Government and the Nation Building - Building the Education Revolution (BER) initiative funded by the Australian Government. Information on the BER projects can be found on the Education and Training Directorate website at (http://www.det.act.gov.au/about_us/building_the_education_revolution).

(A copy of the attachment is available at the Chamber Support Office).

Gungahlin—leisure centre (Question No 1731)

Mr Doszpot asked the Minister for Tourism, Sport and Recreation, upon notice, on 17 August 2011:

(1) In relation to the Gungahlin Leisure Centre Feasibility Interim Report page 12, Table 1.5.3, Capital Costs Comparison Summary: 25m Pool Option, what is the capital cost and area, in metres squared, for each facility and design specification encompassed in the building element description of (a) pools, (b) health and fitness, (c) community and sport, (d) plant equipment and services and (e) infrastructure and parking.

(2) In relation to the Gungahlin Leisure Centre Feasibility Interim Report page 12, Table 1.5.4, Capital Costs Comparison Summary: 50m Pool Option, what is the capital cost and area, in metres squared, for each facility and design specification encompassed in the building element description of (a) pools, (b) health and fitness, (c) community and sport, (d) plant equipment and services and (e) infrastructure and parking.


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