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The special purpose review will be completed on 3 June. The reviewers will be conducting a range of activities which will include consulting with teachers, school leadership, students and others in the school community; and considering processes, procedures and documentation in place at the school. The review will provide a framework for activities to address any identified opportunities for school improvement. The ACT Education Directorate wrote to parents on 23 May to inform them of the review.
MR GENTLEMAN: Madam Speaker, in relation to my answer to Mr Cain on combustible cladding, I can advise that no DA fees are applicable.
ACT Health—elective surgery
Ms Castley: A clarification, thank you, Madam Speaker. I note that the health minister took some questions on notice. I am just wondering what time frame a question taken on notice during question time has before it will come back.
MADAM SPEAKER: The standard rules apply. She has provided some information and the comprehensive answer will be within the standing orders time frame.
Ms Castley: Great; okay. Thank you.
Madam Speaker presented the following papers:
Allocation of Statutory Functions to Assembly Committees (General) Nomination 2022 (No 2), dated 25 May 2022.
Bills referred to Committees, pursuant to resolution of the Assembly of 2 December 2020, as amended—Correspondence—Bills—
Inquired into—Terrorism (Extraordinary Temporary Powers) Amendment Bill 2022—Copy of letter to the Speaker from the Chair, Standing Committee on Justice and Community Safety, dated 11 May 2022.
Not inquired into—Health Legislation Amendment Bill 2022—Copy of letter to the Speaker from the Standing Committee on Health and Community Wellbeing, dated 10 May 2022.
Legislation Act—Assembly Committees for Consultation (Appointments to Statutory Provisions) Nomination 2022 (No 2), dated 16 May 2022.
Leave of absence
Motion (by Mr Gentleman) agreed to:
That leave of absence be granted to Dr Paterson for 1 and 2 June due to personal reasons.