The Seventh-day Adventist Schools (North New South Wales) Limited Needs-Based Funding (NBF) Arrangement is a major cornerstone in the delivery of the mission of Adventist education in Northern New South Wales (NNSW). Adventist schools in NNSW seek to be ‘a bridge’ in their communities: developing minds and connecting hearts. The NBF Arrangement helps ‘bridge’ the physical distance between sister schools through alignment and common purpose; and underwrites an organisational structure built upon unity, collegiality and good governance.
At the centre of the NBF Arrangement are the students themselves, the reason our schools exist, their learning journey, their pursuit of purpose and their opportunity to be of service to their community. Adventist schools seek to value add to community: one graduate at a time.
Revision Date and Scope
- This NBF Arrangement was updated in August 2023 and covers from 1 January 2022 onwards.
- This arrangement includes all Commonwealth Government general recurrent funding paid to Seventh-day Adventist Schools (North New South Wales) Limited under the Australian Education Act 2013, as well as all NSW Government general recurrent funding paid to Seventh-day Adventist Schools (North New South Wales) Limited under the NSW Education Act 1990.
- The aim of this NBF Arrangement is to allocate funding to each school through the use of base funding and loadings, which will enable schools to deliver quality Adventist education while being financially sustainable.
- The NBF Arrangement is available by clicking the “Download PDF” link below, and hard copies can be requested by calling our Corporate Office on 02 4911 7500 during office hours or sending an email to [email protected]