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​School Application Forms and Supporting Documents
Application Pack:

Please print off the Application Pack documents below and return to the relevant school either in person or by email. If you would like a hard copy of the Application Pack contact the school to arrange collection.

Once the documents have been received the school will then arrange an interview.

Application Form 

Privacy Consent Form

Student Background Data

Release of Information Form

Handbooks and Other Documents
School Handbook
Report Form
Responding to Critical Incidents

Grief Responses

How to Cope When Something Terrible Happens

Possible Reactions to a Critical Incident

Ways to help your child through this difficult time

Safeguarding Officers

Every student at TSA Independent School has the right to feel safe and free from harm.


You need to tell somebody if you, or another student are being harmed or are afraid of being harmed from somebody at home, at school or in the wider community. If you, or someone else are feeling unsafe, it is important to tell somebody immediately. 

Your initial contact is your Safeguarding Officer at your site: 

  • Lawnton Campus: Nicky and Kerry

  • Riverview Campus: Jessie and Karl

Mandatory Reporting Obligations

Under ss.365 and 365A of the Education (General Provisions) Act 2006 (Qld) any school staff member must immediately give a written report to the principal or principal’s supervisor when they become aware of or reasonably suspect, in the course of their employment, the sexual abuse or likely sexual abuse of a student under 18 years. The principal or principal’s supervisor must immediately give a copy of the report to the Queensland Police Service (QPS). TSA Independent Schools also have internal processes in place which are outlined in our TSA Child Protection Policy v.9.6 and Child Protection Risk Management Strategy. Both documents are available upon request. 


Under s.13E of the Child Protection Act 1999 (Qld) teachers must give a written report to the Department of Child Safety, Seniors and Disability Services (Child Safety) when, in the course of their employment, they form a reasonable suspicion that a child has suffered, is suffering or is at unacceptable risk of suffering significant harm caused by physical or sexual abuse and may not have a parent able and willing to protect the child from harm.

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