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(2) The identity of each school outlined in part (1)

National School Chaplaincy Program

Government Primary Schools

Government Secondary Schools

Bonython Primary School

Belconnen High School

Charles Condor Primary School

Calwell High School

Evatt Primary School

Campbell High School

Gordon Primary School

Caroline Chisholm High School

Isabella Plains Primary School

Lanyon High School

Kaleen Primary School

Melba High School

Macquarie Primary School

Melrose High School

Ngunnawal Primary School

Stromlo High School

North Ainslie Primary School

Black Mountain School

Richardson Primary School

Canberra College

Theodore Primary School

Copland College

Wanniassa Hills Primary School

Erindale College

Hawker College

Lake Ginninderra College

Lake Tuggeranong College

Narrabundah College

Alternate Structured Schools

Wanniassa School (K-10)

Amaroo School (P-10)

Gold Creek School (K-10)

Non-Government Primary Schools

Non-Government Secondary Schools

Good Shepherd Primary School

Daramalan College

Holy Family Parish Primary School

St Francis Xavier College

Holy Spirit Primary School

Islamic School of Canberra

St Bede’s Primary School

St Clare of Assisi Primary School

St Francis of Assisi Primary School

St John the Apostle Primary School

St Thomas Aquinas Primary School

St Thomas More’s Primary School

The Galilee School

Alternate Structured Schools

Burgmann College

Covenant College

Emmaus Christian School

Orana School

Brindabella Christian College

Canberra Grammar School

Canberra Girls’ Grammar School

Radford College

St Edmund’s College

(3) Under the National School Chaplaincy Program $165 million over three years (2006-07 to 2009-10) will be available for government and non-government schools to establish school chaplaincy services, or expand existing services. Government and non-government schools and their communities were able to apply for up to $20 000 per annum (and a maximum of $60 000 over the life of the program) to establish school chaplaincy services or to enhance existing chaplaincy services.

(4) No.

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