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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2013 Week 5 Hansard (11 April) . .

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2) In 2010 there were two Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Workers one at Ngunnawal Primary School and one at Richardson Primary School.

In 2011 there were three Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Workers one at Wanniassa Hills Primary School, one at Richardson Primary School and one at Gilmore Primary School.

In 2012 there were four Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Workers, one at Ngunnawal Primary School, one at Gilmore Primary School, one at Richardson Primary School and one at Wanniassa Hills Primary School.

3) The number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students enrolled in all ACT primary schools (including preschools) were:

2010 908 2011 971 2012 1,013

4) In 2010 there were two Indigenous Education Workers employed in ACT primary schools, in 2011 there were three and in 2012 there were four.

In addition to the four Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Workers employed in primary schools in 2012, seven Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Officers are based in high schools and also support primary schools. The focus of these officers is to work with school staff to improve attendance of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander students, support primary to high school and high school to college transitions, establish connections and build relationships between schools and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families and communities.

The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Officers are located at: Calwell High School, Wanniassa Senior Campus, Melrose High School, Stromlo High School, Telopea Park School, Lyneham High School and Melba Copland Secondary School.

5) 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.

Economic Development Directorate—Venue and Event Services (Question No 79)

Mr Seselja asked the Minister for Tourism and Events, upon notice, on 19 March 2013:

(1) Since the Venue and Event Services was formed in February 2012, what have been the improvements in the Territory's management of sporting events, facilities, and programs.

(2) How much did the creation of this branch cost the Territory.

(3) Have there been any efficiencies that have been created and what is the value of these efficiencies.


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