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School Policies and Forms

Although Riverside Education Support Centre is an Independent Public School, it continues to be governed by the policies and regulations of the Government of Western Australia.

Information on policies as they relate to you as parents and caregivers is available from the W.A. Department of Education (DET) website: http://det.wa.edu.au/policies/detcms/portal/

DET Quick Links:

A general information webpage -- Enrolling Your Child in School -- is available on the DET website.

RESC Policies:

Dress Code

Mobile Phone - Student Use (includes form)

Other policies will be listed in due course. IN the meantime, please direct your inquiry to the Registrar.)


Forms cannot be completed online. Follow the links to download, or collect from the school office.




Mobile Phone - form is attached to the policy document (see above).

What's New

  • WA Department of Education Issues 'Focus 2018'

    Focus 2018 is based on the W.A. Department of Education's strategic plan with its commitment to a culture of high performance and high care across al schools. It provides Riverside ESC with a clear direction for priority actions in public education for the year.

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  • Vacation Care Activities

    A1 is providing a vacation care activity program for the coming school holidays. Their activities are strategically planned by working educators in accordance with the ‘My Time, Our Place’ National Framework for School Aged Care in Australia.

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  • Cahoots Program for Children with Disabilities

    Cahoots is a Western Australia-based NDIS provider that organises and delivers exciting and rewarding programs and camps for kids and young people living with a disability. Programs and camps throughout the year, catering to children and young people of all abilities between the ages of 5 and 30.

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