Translated documents

Information is available in many languages.

Telephone the interpreter service on 131 450 if you need help talking with your school. This service is free. Listen in your language.

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Active kids program

Information for parents and carers on how to claim their $100 voucher if their children participate in eligible sports programs is available on the NSW Office of Sports website in 8 languages.





For assessment information see documents listed under:

  • Best Start
  • HSC
  • Reporting


Compulsory schooling

Absentee notes and notices

Compulsory schooling letters - Principal to parents/carers

Compulsory schooling letters - School services to parents/carers

Australian Early Development Census (AEDC)



Best Start Kindergarten Assessment

Bush Fires

  • Various fact sheets and information related to bush fires can be found in translation on the Health Translations website

Child protection

Child protection education

Community harmony







Head lice


  • Anaphylaxis - listed under letter A
  • COVID-19 - listed under letter C
  • Diabetes - listed under letter D
  • Head lice - listed under letter H
  • Medication - listed under letter M
  • Meningococcal - listed under letter M
  • Mental health - listed under letter M
  • School counsellor - listed under letter S
  • Vaccination - listed under letter V
  • Health Translations website provides translations on various topics through a keyword search. The website is supported by the Victorian Government and is managed and maintained by the Centre for Culture Ethnicity and Health
  • Healthy Kids website which is an initiative of the NSW Ministry of Health, provides a number of key health message fact sheets for parents/carers available in translation
  • Multicultural Health Communication Service website run by the NSW Government Health provides translations on various topics through a keyword search
  • The Sydney children's Hospitals Network website which is part of the NSW Government provides translations on various health topics listed by language

High School Transition

Higher School Certificate


Learning Outcome Cards

  • Listed under Early Learning

Literacy and numeracy


Medication (prescribed) - letters to parents/carers


Mental health


National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN)

National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)


  • Explore a mix of fun games, useful resources and creative activities that you can do with your child, available in 13 languages other than English on the Everyday Maths Hub.
  • Numeracy resources for parents/carers listed under P for Parents count too

Online courses for parents and community members

  • Various courses for people who want to learn more about computers and conducting online activities such as skype are available via the Be Connected section of the eSafety Commissioner website. Short guides to each course are available in translation at the end of each course.

Online safety

  • Cyberbullying and online safety information can be accessed via the eSafety Commissioner website and is available in translation
  • Parents guide to online safety - is available in translation as a hard copy. Order by phone by calling 1800 880 176 or via email from These resources are free of charge.

Opportunity classes


Safeguarding Kids Together

School community

School counsellor

Selective high schools and opportunity classes

Special Religious Education (SRE) and Special Education in Ethics (SEE) participation letters

Starting school

Sun safety


Please scroll to the letter T for the Tell Them From Me student, teacher and parent surveys.

Suspension and expulsion

Parent/carer information

Staff only letters to parents/carers


  • Swimming information - listed under W for Water safety

Telephone interpreter service

Tell Them From Me surveys

Tell Them From Me is a suite of surveys for students, teachers and parents/carers. Translated content includes:

  • The parent survey is available in 23 languages. When a school sends the link to the survey, parents are able to choose their language within the survey platform.
  • Translated non-consent forms - for parents to sign if they do not want their child to participate.
  • Translated text for school newsletters - information about the parent survey for schools to share with their community.

Temporary residents program

  • The temporary residents program application form for an Authority to enrol and the Application for fee exemption are available in translation and can be accessed via the NSW Department of Education DE International website


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