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Copyright of this page and sub-pages on this server resides with the Catholic Education Commission NSW.

This CEC NSW Internet site may also include third party copyright material, used with permission, which is owned by persons or organisations other than the CEC NSW. Permission for any further use of this third party material must be obtained from the original copyright owner. While every effort has been made to contact such copyright owners, CEC NSW apologises for any inadvertent unauthorised use of copyright material. Any unauthorised use can be corrected by contact with the CEC Webdesk.


CEC is a party to the 'National Education Access Licence for Schools' (NEALS), administered by the Australian Ministerial Council for Education, Early Childhood Development and Youth Affairs (MCEECDYA). For advice on NEALS, please refer to the MCEECDYA copyright advisory website for Australian schools known as "Smartcopying".

NEALS Implementation Information Kit


The content of the website as published by the Catholic Education Commission NSW, was understood to be correct at the time of publication.

CEC NSW cannot, however, accept any liability for any reliance, use or purpose which people accessing information from the CEC NSW webpages may place on or derive from this information. No warranty as to the accuracy of any particular webpage is given or implied by the CEC NSW.

Readers of the CEC NSW webpages are advised that where matters of legal compliance arise users should always seek their own independent legal advice.

Consent to use form

This form may be used when seeking consent from parents and students for the use of student's images and/or work on behalf of the School attended by students. In addtion, it can be used to seek consent on behalf of NSW Catholic School Authorities and partner media organisations to take and use photographs or video of children and their school activities.

Download consent to use form: Consent to use form

E-mail your comments to: CEC Webdesk