103 Students at State schools must receive guidance and counselling and their parents must be told about certain things

The principal of a State school must take all reasonable steps to ensure that—


students get good guidance and counselling; and


students in year 7 and above are provided with appropriate career education and guidance that is designed to prepare them to join the workforce or undertake further education or training when they leave school; and


a parent of the student is told of matters that, in the principal’s opinion,—


are preventing or slowing the student’s progress through the school; or


are harming the student’s relationships with teachers or other students.

Compare: 1989 No 80 s 77