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Resource scheme

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​Student resource scheme

Kenmore State High School operate a Student Resource Scheme to ensure that all students have the necessary resources to support their educational requirements. The Student Resource Scheme is directed by the P & C Association but administered by the school. 

For an annual fee the Student Resource Scheme provides all students with textbooks, photocopied material, Student ID Card, material for projects and other reference material.

The SRS is applied to:

  • Annual loan of Text books or E-books in subjects where this is needed (short term, long term and school usage)

  • Access to class sets of books for short-term needs

  • Specially prepared and photocopied Workbooks used in some subject areas

  • Access to innovative, new and different resources (e.g. Education Perfect)

  • Student ID Card (including transport concession)

  • Specialised materials, equipment and resources (e.g. Art, Science, Industry, Physical Education, Film and Media, Vocational subjects – all of which must be of industry standard)

  • Student Diary.

Subject requirements

Below is a list for each subject of the items purchased and provided by the Student Resource Scheme (SRS). To participate in the Student Resource Scheme, complete the SRS Participation Agreement Form (PDF, 72KB). It is a requirement of Education Queensland that the form be signed by the Parent/Guardian and returned to us. 

​If a student does not join the Student Resource Scheme he/she will need to:

(i) purchase or obtain the textbooks with costs shown in Column A; and

(ii) pay the costs in Column B for the particular subjects studied.

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Last reviewed 13 October 2021
Last updated 13 October 2021