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Education for 16 year        started by spmindia on 15 Jun 2010   (22890)
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From spmindia

15 Jun 2010 11:23 AM
(108643)
Hi, I am moving to Perth by Dec 10 with 16 year old and 9 year old daughters, Which year they will be eligible ?. looking to rent in Boorgoan. Any help will be great.
From tisme

To spmindia

15 Jun 2010 1:20 PM
(108644)
It depends on which month they were born in.
From spmindia

To tisme

16 Jun 2010 10:09 AM
(108650)
elder one in Nov and younger in July
From tisme

To spmindia

16 Jun 2010 11:29 PM
(108653)
turning 16 in November this year, starts year 11 Feb. 2011. turning 9 in July this year. starts year 4 in Feb.2011.
From darren+su

To tisme

17 Jun 2010 9:16 PM
(108658)
Dont want to confuse matters but my daughter turns 15 November this year and she will be going into year 11 Feb 2011
From tisme

To darren+su

17 Jun 2010 9:41 PM
(108659)
Ah, I wasn't sure when the birthday before the end of June rule came into effect, I thought it had now caught up to year 10, but it must be year 9. Your daughter wouldn't come under the end of June rule, also spmindia eldest daughter won't, but her youngest will.
From fairylights

To tisme

17 Jun 2010 11:19 PM
(108661)
I think it's current year 8s - my daughter's year 9 and the new rules don't affect her year - the high schools have a big planning problem as they have a very big Year 8 and small year 7 because of the change.
From tisme

To fairylights

18 Jun 2010 10:00 AM
(108667)
Your right. Found this info. It was implemented in 2001, currently effecting year 8, which is half as big as a normal year group, it is known as the 'half cohort'. So any child born before 1996 it doesn't make any difference when in the year they were born. All very confusing, but I suppose it had to be done, children as young as just turning 3 were starting Kindy.