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    Quote Originally Posted by kalgirl View Post
    What would I know? I'm just an ex WA Primary School principal. How can Years 1-7 be 'Pre-primary'? They are the years of primary school. That 'graph' you posted was a run-on mass of gibberish once you pasted it into bubhub. It did not come out as a graph. Post the link and let's see if I can make sense of it.

    But have you got your head around the fact that kindergarten, Pre-primary and Year 1 are all different years of schooling in WA yet? I would just be banging my head against a wall if you have yet to understand what the first 3 years of school are called.
    There is a link on the first page of this thread..

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    http://www.fahcsia.gov.au/our-respon...formation#high

    Bottom of the page. If anyone is confused this very clearly says if you are eligible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bunkx View Post
    this explains it well

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    Quote Originally Posted by sam88 View Post
    So Vic kindergarten is preschool in other states?

    Prep is our first compulsory year, which others call kindergarten?

    And then grade 1?
    Yep Vic:

    Kindergarten- non compulsorary= no payment
    Prep= 1st year of Primary school- compulsorary= payment

    (sorry if my spelling is off- killer headache!)

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    Kimberelygal - the table you refer to states that in WA, kindergarten comes under the header of Pre-school which is not eligible. The next column under the heading of Primary School indicates that Pre-primary AND Years 1-7 are eligible. They are under that header because they are the 8 inclusive years of primary school in WA.

    I can see why you were confused as you didn't know that the first year of proper big school in WA is called Pre-primary, though how you thought that Years 1-7 would be inclusively called Pre-primary is beyond me! The column heading is quite clear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalgirl View Post
    What would I know? I'm just an ex WA Primary School principal. How can Years 1-7 be 'Pre-primary'? They are the years of primary school. That 'graph' you posted was a run-on mass of gibberish once you pasted it into bubhub. It did not come out as a graph. Post the link and let's see if I can make sense of it.
    Because there is primary then secondary schooling The link for the graph has already been posted previously in which they have refered years 1-7 to as pre-primary is all.

    Year 1 is for children turning 6 by June 30.
    My child is turning 5 in May so he is not in year 1!

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    Decided to bite my tongue instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimberleygal1 View Post
    Because there is primary then secondary schooling The link for the graph has already been posted previously in which they have refered years 1-7 to as pre-primary is all.
    It's already been attempted but I'll give it a shot.

    They have not referred to years 1-7 as pre-primary, you have misinterpreted the graph.

    Pre-primary is listed as the first year of eligibility, then years 1-7 are in brackets to indicate that they comprise the remainder of primary school and are also eligible.

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