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    I paid 117 this year and that was her book pack, the computer use, art supplies.

    We have a 80 dollar voluntary contribution thing but I didn't pay that. Not yet. They didn't say what it would go towards so until I'm informed I'll keep my money.

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    DD's school ask for a voluntary payment of $20/term.

    Otherwise, I paid for her books, stationary, uniforms. Thats it!
    Im sure if there are excursions it'll be a cost but im cool with that

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    I can't remember the exact amount but its close to $700. Thats $300 fees (voluntary contribution I think), then levies for anything and everything, excursions/incursions, the stationary pack is $50, swimming is $80 (i think its about 8 weeks at a public pool), and then in Year 5 & 6 there are a couple more levies to pay and the actual fee bit is a bit more. Also the school camp is not included in this, which is about $300 for Grade 3+.

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    Ours are $40 per child per year (voluntary contribution)
    Excursions are extra but so far haven't been more than $4.00 and only 1 per term.

    That's it. No book list etc.

    I was asked to buy a box of tissues for the class room???


    Bargain by the looks of things.

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    $40 plus $45 for text books. All excursions etc and extra and you pay as you go throughout the year.

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    $60 voluntary contribution.
    Then I pay all books, incursions, excursions, swimming, extra supplies, uniforms, paper for the office printer ect. We are also asked for small donations throughout the year.

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    I have a $70 contribuation to pay. I bought all his books and wont have to supply anymore and then there is one excusion this year which is $20 and whatever the school brings out in performances. Dont think i have any other costs with school this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thermolicious View Post
    $140 for kindy- $40 contributions, $80 for incursions & excursions, $20 for technology and library fund. That's for kindy, it's an extra $35 for PP-7 because they do swimming.
    Exactly this (same school)

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    i'm wondering if the difference in prices is government public schools and independant public schools...

    my son goes to a government public schoo.
    voluntary contributions are $60/yr
    swimming is $40/yr
    plus pens/stationary/booklist etc. at the start of school $150

    excursion are extra, they only go on a couple, usually $10..?

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    $60 per year.This does not include books,incursions, swimming lessons, incursions, excursions etc.


 

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