All international students will live in either a homestay arranged by the school; with their parents or legal guardian; or a designated caregiver. Flatting is not permitted. Homestays are carefully selected and monitored by the homestay co-ordinator.
International students live with carefully chosen families, who along with the school assist students to adjust to their new environment
The homestay co-ordinator is responsible for selecting a family that best meets the needs of the student
All families are police checked and visited regularly by the homestay co-ordinator
All homestay families are within the school bus route area.
If parents choose to designate a caregiver, parents and the caregiver must sign the Accommodation Indemnity Document and Designated Caregiver Agreement and submit with your application.
The Code of Practice for International Students requires that the school visit and assess the home of the designated caregiver
The Homestay Co-ordinator will visit twice year and interview the student four times per year
If the placement is not considered satisfactory, the student may be moved to another host family.
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