Data Collections Address Collection
UPDATE: The Address collection is now complete and school follow-up consultations are taking place for finalisation.
The Student Residential Address and Other Information Collection (the Collection) is an annual collection of student residential addresses, and the names and addresses of parents/guardians of students.
Information is collected for eligible full-time or part-time primary and secondary students enrolled at most non-government schools across Australia.
The data that is collected is used to inform Commonwealth school education policy and funding. It helps to ensure funding arrangements for non-government schools are fair, transparent and based on need.
Collection data is used to calculate the school community's capacity to contribute to the costs of schooling. Following a review of the existing socio-economic status (SES) score methodology by the National School Resourcing Board, the Government will put in place a new, improved methodology to calculate capacity to contribute. For more information about the review and the Government's response, visit the education websites SES methodology page.
The revised capacity to contribute methodology, based on the income of parents or guardians of students at a non-government school, will be used in school funding calculations from 2020.
For more information about school funding arrangements, please see the Quality Schools fact sheets.
Approved authorities for a school provide the following information to the department, for each eligible student at the school:
In this collection, the department does not collect student names. Schools generate an individual student record number (SRN) to use as a reference for each record. The SRN is an unidentifiable number and is only used for this data collection.
The Collection will be available in SchoolsHUB from 2020. There will be some changes, including:
Support materials will be made available before the 2020 collection.
The 2020 Collection will be open from Monday 17 February to Friday 13 March 2020.
The Collection is required by:
The collection is not required by:
Students that are eligible for Commonwealth recurrent funding, except distance education students.
The student is a full-time distance education student.
Approved authorities can submit the data using:
1800 677 027