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Petition No.4 Immediate provision of additional classrooms at Woodroffe Primary School an assessment made without delay as to the classroom needs of Woodroffe Primary School for the immediate future

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Title

Petition No.4 Immediate provision of additional classrooms at Woodroffe Primary School an assessment made without delay as to the classroom needs of Woodroffe Primary School for the immediate future

Other title

Tabled paper 43

Collection

Tabled Papers for 9th Assembly 2001 - 2005; Tabled Papers; ParliamentNT

Date

2001-10-18

Description

Tabled By Sydney Stirling

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Language

English

Subject

Tabled papers

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application/pdf

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https://www.legislation.gov.au/Series/C1968A00063

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/285820

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/807468

Page content

PETITION ON BEHALF OF PARENTS AND GUARDIANS CONCERNED ABOUT WOODROFFE PRIMARY SCHOOL TO: THE HONOURABLE THE MINISTER FOR EDUCATION AND MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEM BLY OF THE NORTHERN TERRITORY: WE THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY SAY: There is totally inadequate provision of classrooms and facilities for our children attending Woodroffe Primary School in Palmerston Some classes are being held in the library and some classes are being moved from room to room within the day due to lack of classroom space. This has been the situation now for over 18 months Woodroffe Primary School has declined to accept 24 Pre Primary Class students in the July 2001 intake due to lack of classroom space. The CLP Government has been negligent in not providing adequately for the children and teaching staff at Woodroffe Primary School YOUR PETITIONERS THEREFORE HUMBLY PRAY THAT: 1. There be an immediate provision of additional classrooms at Woodroffe Primary School 2. There be an assessment made without delay as to the classroom needs of Woodroffe Primary School for the immediate future and the long term 3. There be adequate classrooms provided for the immediate future and the long term according to that assessment AND YOUR PETITIONERS, AS IN DUTY BOUND WILL EVER PRAY. N A M E (P R IN T E D ) AD DRESS SIG N A TU R E PAY itiTTi* PMfrzb A- k i G i J r r V/7 T Gt,C P rD lX t i/b o ~/l;'ST UA.c CKuoJ L( 0 G f l L U y & r d o i J t f i ) H / s / M ZaM Y r - ' I " V . C J z S c V _________ l o / / 7 c r \ d f o e W 6 f . |f0


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