WA Constitution, By-Laws & Policies

Established in 1971, the Isolated Children’s Parents’ Association (ICPA) is a national organisation representing rural students and their families at all stages of education and has a large network of branches throughout Australia.

ICPA WA works within the community to provide support and assistance to rural and regional families across Western Australia. We advocate and lobby to assist families to access appropriate education for their children.

ICPA WA Constitution, By-Laws and Policies can be accessed below.

WA Constitution
This constitution of the Isolated Children's Parents' Association was amended and ratified in March 2017.

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WA By-Laws
The following By-Laws were made to the provisions of the constitution of The Isolated Children's Parents' Association of Western Australia and were adopted on May 24, 2011.

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WA Policies
ICPA WA currently have 12 policies covering the areas of Allowances; Communications; Curriculum; Distance Education; Early Childhood; PCAP; Post Compulsory; Rural and Remote Schools; Special Education Needs; Student Accommodation; Teacher Training and Travel

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