Private Schools Conditional Integration Act 1975

Part 1 Conditional integration

3 Preservation of special character of an integrated school

(1)

An integrated school shall on integration continue to have the right to reflect through its teaching and conduct the education with a special character provided by it.

(2)

Integration shall not jeopardise the special character of an integrated school.

(3)

The proprietor of an integrated school shall, subject to the provisions of the integration agreement,—

(a)

continue to have the responsibility to supervise the maintenance and preservation of the education with a special character provided by the school:

(b)

continue to have the right to determine from time to time what is necessary to preserve and safeguard the special character of the education provided by the school and described in the integration agreement.

(4)

If, in the opinion of a proprietor, the special character of the school as defined and described in the integration agreement has been or is likely to be jeopardised, or the education with a special character provided by the school as defined and described in the integration agreement is no longer preserved and safeguarded, he may invoke the powers conferred upon him by this Act.

Section 3(3): inserted, on 29 July 1977, by section 3 of the Private Schools Conditional Integration Amendment Act 1977 (1977 No 10).

Section 3(4): inserted, on 29 July 1977, by section 3 of the Private Schools Conditional Integration Amendment Act 1977 (1977 No 10).