Parents with students at Calare, Millthorpe, Nashdale and Orange public schools will find it easier to enrol students in ethics classes from 2019.
The NSW Department of Education has simplified the enrolment process for Special Education in Ethics from three steps into one, and Primary Ethics estimates that it will bring increased demand for families choosing the ethics option.
Millthorpe Public School runs one of the largest programs in the region with 128 students in seven classes in 2018, about 45 per cent of the school’s enrolments.
Along with ethics, the department has also streamlined the process for enroling students in Special Religious Education.
A participation letter will be sent out in enrolment packs from 2019, providing parents and carers with information about the available SRE and SEE choices.
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