Annual Report 1991 Department of Education
Tabled Paper 1288
Tabled Papers for 6th Assembly 1990 - 1994; Tabled Papers; ParliamentNT
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EDUCATION NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS In June 1991, non-government school enrolments totalled 6 451, or 18 per cent of the Northern Territory's school population. The largest non-government provider of school education was the Catholic education system with fourteen registered schools under the supervision of the Bishop of Darwin who was advised on education policy by a Catholic Education Council representing community, educational and religious interests. CATHOLIC SCHOOLS IN THE NORTHERN TERRITORY - 1991 Location Level Total Darwin Junior secondary 1 Primary 5 Katherine Primary 1 Alice Springs Junior secondary 1 Primary 1 Remote areas* Primary 5 * Located at Ltyentye Apurte (Santa Teresa), Wadeye (Port Keats), Daly River and Nguiu, Bathurst Island (two schools). In addition, there were eleven non-systemic non-govemment schools registered in the Northern Territory. NON-SYSTEMIC NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN THE NORTHERN TERRITORY - 1991 Location Affiliation Level Total Darwin Anglican/Uniting Junior-senior secondary 1 Independent Catholic Junior-senior secondary 1 Christian Primary-senior secondary 1 Lutheran Primary 1 Seventh Day Adventist Primary 1 Non-sectarian Primary 1 Palmerston Christian Primary 1 Alice Springs Uniting Junior-senior secondary 1 Christian Primary 1 Lutheran Primary 1 Aboriginal Community Primary/post-primary 1 44
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