In this section guidelines

Use these guidelines to add an ‘in this section’ component to your web pages.

The 'In this section' component is auto populated based on your information architecture (IA). The pages that appear here are the next level down in your IA, also called child pages.


Note: In Adobe Experience Manager, this component is called a 'Section summary'.

In this section


For 2023, term dates, school holidays, public holidays, school development days and more.


How to enrol in NSW public preschools, primary schools and high schools, designated enrolment areas, forms, general enrolment information.

Finding a public school

Find a public school, explore designated intake and catchment areas, and access contact details for all public schools and directors.


Programs for children one year before Kindergarten. Some preschools cater specifically to Aboriginal children and distance education.

Primary schools

Includes information about learning in primary school, Best Start Kindergarten Assessment, before and after-school care, and helping students at home.

High schools

Includes information about learning in high school, special learning needs; sports, technology, specialist and selective high schools.

School Community Charter

The School Community Charter outlines the responsibilities of parents, carers, educators and school staff in NSW public schools.

Schools for specific purposes

SSPs provide intensive levels of support in a specialised educational setting. Specialist support classes are only available in some of our schools.

Privacy information

Some digital applications ('apps') used in school store student data when in use. Explore this list of privacy information for each app.

Translated documents

An alphabetical list of helpful fact sheets and information about NSW public schools translated into many languages.

Where you can use them

How to use them

The digital services team will build the 'In this section' component into your design. For this to work, you must follow these guidelines for your child pages:

How-to guides

Contact the edu.nsw team to add this component to your web page.

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