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Education Act 2014

REPUBLIC OF VANUATU
EDUCATION ACT NO. 9 OF 2014


Arrangement of Sections


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REPUBLIC OF VANUATU
Assent: 19/06/2014
Commencement: 23/06/2014
EDUCATION ACT NO. 9 OF 2014


An Act to make provision for early childhood and care, primary and secondary education in Vanuatu, and for related purposes.


Be it enacted by the President and Parliament as follows-


PART 1 PRELIMINARY


1 Purpose of the Act
The purpose of this Act is to provide a clear directive for the development and maintenance of an effective and efficient early childhood and care, primary and secondary education system for the benefit of Vanuatu and its people.


2 Objects of the Act
The principal objects of this Act are as follows:


(a) to provide early childhood and care, primary and secondary education which is firmly based on Vanuatu cultures and beliefs; and


(b) to provide early childhood and care, primary and secondary education of a high standard to all children within the limits of available resources; and


(c) to expand access to secondary education; and


(d) to eliminate educational disadvantages arising from the gender or ethnicity of a child, or a child's geographic, economic, social, cultural or other circumstances; and


(e) to assist each child to achieve his or her full educational potential; and


(f) to provide education to children that gives them access to opportunities for training or employment, or further study; and


(g) to upgrade and strengthen the administration of the early childhood and care, primary and secondary education system.


3 Interpretation
In this Act, unless the contrary intention appears:


approved form means a form approved by the Director General for use under this Act;


day care institution means a place that provides a holistic and play-based program children aged from 0 to 3 years old;


Department means the Department of Education;


Director means a Director of the Department;


Director General means the Director General of the Ministry responsible for education;


early childhood and care, education means all child education and care programs and services for pre-primary education aged children including pre-schools and kindergartens;


Education Authority means a person:

(a) approved as an Education Authority under section 28; or


(b) taken to be approved as an Education Authority under section 35.


government grant means a grant from the Government to an Education Authority or a Provincial Education ;


government school has the meaning given by subsection 5(2);


kindergarten means any place that:

(a) provides a holistic and play-based program for children aged from 3 to 6 years old; and


(b) prepares the children for primary education; and


(c) is given a regular basis for at least 10 students,


but does not include any place that is operated by a church or other religious body to provide instructions wholly or mainly of a religious nature or is exempted by the regulations;


Minister means the Minister responsible for education;


Ministry means the Ministry responsible for education;


national curriculum means the content of the syllabuses with supporting resources and the means it is delivered;


non-government school has the meaning given by subsection 5(3);


person includes any statutory body, company or association or body of persons corporate or unincorporated;


principal of a school means the person who is in charge of the day-to-day administration of the school, whether referred to as the principal, headmaster, headmistress or any other title;


provincial finance officer means a person appointed by the Public Service Commission to be a provincial finance officer for the purposes of this Act;


Province means a Provincial Government region as defined in the Decentralization Act [CAP 230];


Provincial Government Council means a Provincial Government Council established under the Decentralization Act [CAP 230];


Provincial Education Board means a Provincial Education Board established by subsection 69(1);


Provincial Education Officer means a Provincial Education Officer referred to in section 14;


Register means the Register of Schools kept under section 16;


School means any place at which secular instruction (whether or not with religious instruction) at the primary or secondary level of education is given on a regular basis to at least 10 students, but does not include any place that:


(a) is operated by a church or other religious body and that provides instruction wholly or mainly of a religious character; or


(b) is exempted by the regulations.


school aged children means any child who is at least 6 years old and less than 14 years old in accordance with section 7;


secondary education means education referred to in subsection 4(2).


4 Primary and secondary education
(1) Primary education comprises years 1 to 6.


(2) Secondary education comprises years 7 to 14 and can be divided into the following categories:


(a) junior secondary comprising years 7 to 10; and


(b) senior secondary comprising years 11 to 14.


(3) The Minister, acting on the advice of the Director General, may prescribe by Order:


(a) different years for primary education; or


(b) different years for secondary education; or


(c) different years for categories of secondary education; or


(d) different categories of secondary education.


5 Government and non-government schools
(1) A school is either a government school or a non-government school.


(2) A school is a government school if a Provincial Education Board is responsible for the operation of the school.


(3) A school is a non-government school if an Education Authority is responsible for the operation of the school.


(4) To avoid doubt, the level of funding a school receives does not affect whether it is a government school or a non-government school.


(5) The following kinds of schools may be operated by an Education Authority or a Provincial Education Board:


(a) primary schools; and


(b) junior secondary schools; and


(c) senior secondary schools; and


(d) secondary schools providing both junior and senior secondary education; and


(e) schools providing both primary education and secondary education; and


(f) single medium schools; and


(g) dual medium schools; and


(h) vocational secondary schools; and


(i) schools with boarding facilities; and


(j) schools for students with special needs.


(6) For the purpose of this section:


single medium school means an English medium school or a French medium school established and operating in the same or separate location but within their own governance structure having their own school council and school community association;


dual medium school means an English medium school and a French medium school established and operating in the same location with one governance structure having one school council and one school community association providing either primary or secondary education.


6 Language policy
(1) In accordance with Article 3(1) of the Constitution, the principal languages of education are English and French.


(2) All students during their primary education are to be taught in either French or English.


(3) All students who proceed to secondary education are to continue in their first language of instruction and are to begin the study of the other language of instruction.


(4) However, nothing in subsection (3) is to prevent a student who has undertaken his or her primary education in one language of instruction from undertaking his or her secondary education in the other.


(5) The Minister, acting on the advice of the Director General, may determine by Order that one or more specified subjects at a specified school or schools are to be taught to students in the local vernacular or Bislama.


7 Parental duty
(1) This section applies in relation to a child who is at least 6 years old and less than 14 years old.


(2) It is the duty of the child’s parents to ensure that the child attends a kindergarten and school.


8 Prohibition against discrimination
(1) A child must not be:


(a) refused admission to any school; or


(b) treated less favourably,


on account of his or her gender, religion, nationality, race, language or disability.


(2) Subject to subsection (5), a child must not be admitted to year 1 at a school unless he or she is:


(a) at least 6 years old; or


(b) will turn 6 years old on or before 31 May in that school year.


(3) Subject to subsection (5), a child must not be admitted to year 7 unless he or she is less than 12 years old.


(4) Despite subsection (2) and (3), a child must not be discriminated against by or at a school on account of his or her age.


(5) The Provincial Education Boards and Education Authorities may determine circumstances where a child who has not met the requirements of subsection (2) and (3) may still be admitted into a school.


9 Religious instruction
If the parents of a student request that he or she be excused from attending religious instruction at a school, the student is to be excused in accordance with the request.


PART 2 FUNCTIONS AND POWERS OF THE MINISTER, DIRECTOR GENERAL, DIRECTORS AND PROVINCIAL EDUCATION OFFICERS


10 Functions and powers to be performed in accordance with this Act
The Minister, the Director General, the Directors and the Provincial Education Officers must perform their functions and exercise their powers, subject to and in accordance with the provisions of this Act and the Regulations.


11 Functions and powers of the Minister
(1) The Minister has such functions and powers as are conferred on the Minister by this Act.


(2) The Minister must, on behalf of the Government, enter into an agreement with each Education Authority for the management of the Authority’s schools.


(3) If the Minister, acting on the advice of the Director General, is satisfied that there are special circumstances, he or she may, by Order, declare a day or days to be a holiday for all schools, groups of schools or a particular school.


12 Functions and powers of the Director General
(1) The Director General is responsible to the Minister for ensuring the Ministry carries out its functions in relation to early childhood and care, primary and secondary education.


(2) Without limiting subsection (1), the Director General is responsible for:


(a) developing policies for early childhood and care, primary and secondary education for the Ministry for consideration by the Government; and


(b) developing, managing and evaluating the early childhood and care, primary and secondary education system; and


(c) ensuring that:


(i) the early childhood and care, primary and secondary education system reflects Government policy; and


(ii) the system is effectively and efficiently administered; and


(d) developing cooperative partnerships between the Ministry and Education Authorities, Provincial Education Boards, Provincial Government Councils, Municipal Councils, local communities, aid donors, non-government organisations, the private sector, teachers’ associations and individuals with an interest in education; and


(e) managing the education system in accordance with the organizational structure approved by the Public Service Commission.


(3) The Director General may, in writing do all or any of the following:


(a) make determinations for the purposes of improving the delivery of education services to students by schools and kindergartens;


(b) issue guidelines for the purposes of this Act or the regulations.


(4) A determination does not come into force unless the Minister has approved it in writing.


(5) A determination or guideline that is inconsistent with the Act or the regulations is void and of no effect.


(6) Determinations are statutory orders for the purposes of the Interpretation Act [CAP 132].


(7) The Director General must, so far as practicable, make any decision he or she is required to make under this Act within 45 days after receiving all information and documents necessary for him or her to make the decision.


(8) The Director General has such other functions and powers as are conferred on him or her by this Act.


13 Functions and powers of the Directors
(1) The Directors are responsible to the Director General for ensuring the Department carries out its functions in relation to early childhood and care, primary and secondary education.


(2) Without limiting subsection (1), the Directors are responsible for implementing:


(a) the Government’s policies for early childhood and care, primary and secondary education; and


(b) education practices that are consistent with those policies.


(3) The Directors have such other functions and powers as are conferred on them by this Act.


14 Functions and powers of Provincial Education Officers
(1) The Public Service Commission is to appoint a Provincial Education Officer for each province.


(2) The Provincial Education Officer has the function of being responsible to the Directors for ensuring that the Department carries out its functions in that Province in relation to early childhood and care, primary and secondary education.


(3) A Provincial Education Officer has such powers as are conferred on him or her by this Act.


(4) A person occupying the position of a Provincial Education Officer immediately before the commencement of this Act is to continue in that position on and after that commencement as if he or she had been appointed under subsection (1).


PART 3 REGISTRATION OF GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS AND NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS


15 Requirements for registration of a school
(1) The requirements for the registration of a school are:


(a) to offer the minimum curriculum approved by the National Education Commission for a school of its kind; and


(b) to provide sufficient teaching staff with appropriate qualifications and experience; and


(c) to provide educational texts, equipment and other materials that are adequate for the courses of study offered at the school and that satisfy the prescribed requirements; and


(d) to provide and maintain classrooms and other buildings that are in good condition and that satisfy the prescribed standards; and


(e) to comply with reasonable standards of health and safety and any prescribed health and safety requirements; and


(f) to provide during the prescribed school terms in a year for a school of that kind the prescribed number of days and hours per week of instruction; and


(g) to comply with this Act, regulations and any determinations and guidelines issued by the Director General under subsection 12(3); and


(h) such other requirements as may be prescribed.


(2) The application of subsection (1) must be flexible and fair in circumstances where a school is operating wholly or partially through:


(a) distance, open learning or e-learning; or


(b) a mode where students do not attend school on a day to day basis.


(3) The Director General must review the registration of a school at least once every year to ensure the requirements of this section are being met.


16 Registration of Schools
(1) A person must not operate a school unless the school is registered.


(2) A person who contravenes subsection (1) is guilty of an offence punishable on conviction by a fine not exceeding VT 1,000,000.


(3) The Director General is to keep a register to be known as the Register of Schools. The Register may be kept wholly or partly by electronic means.


(4) The Register is to contain the following information for each school:


(a) the name and location of the school; and


(b) the name of the Education Authority or Provincial Education Board operating the school; and


(c) the level of education provided by the school; and


(d) such other particulars as may be prescribed.


(5) The Director General must update the Register at least once a year and ensure that the Register is available for inspection at the office of the Ministry by any person during the ordinary hours of business of that office.


(6) The Director General may supply a copy of the Register or a part of the Register to a person on payment of the prescribed fee.


PART 4 REGISTRATION OF KINDERGARTENS OR DAY CARE INSTITUTIONS


17 Registration of a kindergarten or day care institution
(1) A person, school or religious body must not operate a kindergarten or day care institution unless the Director General approves an application for registration under subsection (3); or


(2) A person may make an application to register a kindergarten or day care institution to the Director General in the prescribed form.


(3) The Director General may approve an application for registration if the kindergarten or day care institution meets the requirements of section 18.


(4) If an application for registration is approved, the Director General is to issue a registration certificate for the relevant applicant.


(5) A registration certificate is issued for a period of 5 years.


(6) Before the expiration of the registration certificate, the Director General may attend the kindergarten concerned and monitor compliance with section 18.


(7) If the Director General is of the opinion that a kindergarten does not meet the requirements of section 18, he or she may:


(a) refuse to issue a registration certificate; or


(b) issue a registration certificate subject to such conditions as the Director General determines.


(8) The Minister may prescribe by Order fees to be paid on application under subsection (2).


(9) An operator of an existing kindergarten or day care institution, must within 12 months of commencement of this Act meet the necessary requirements under section 18 and register that kindergarten or day care institution under this section.


18 Requirements for registration of a kindergarten or day care institution
The requirements for the registration of a kindergarten or day care institution are:


(a) to provide sufficient teaching and other staff with appropriate qualifications and experience; and


(b) to provide sufficient educational and play equipment and other materials; and


(c) to provide and maintain suitable classrooms and other buildings that are in good condition; and


(d) to comply with reasonable standards of health and safety; and


(e) to comply with this Act, regulations and any determinations and guidelines issued by the Director General under subsection 12(3).


19 Register of kindergartens and day care institutions
(1) The Director General is to keep a register known as the Register of kindergartens and day care institutions.


(2) The register is to contain the following information for each kindergarten or day care institution:


(a) the name and location of the kindergarten or day care institution; and


(b) the name of the individual or organisation operating the kindergarten or day care institution; and


(c) such other particulars that may be prescribed.


(3) The Director General must:


(a) update the Register at least once a year; and


(b) ensure that the Register is available for public inspection at the office of the Ministry by any person during the ordinary hours of business of that office.


(4) The Director General may supply a copy of the Register or part of the Register to a person, on payment of the prescribed fee.


20 Functions of an operator of a kindergarten or a day care institution
An operator of a kindergarten or day care institution has the following functions:


(a) to administer the kindergarten or day care institution in accordance with this Act, Regulations and any determinations and guidelines issued by the Director General under subsection 12(3); and


(b) to ensure that people with proper qualifications and experience are employed as teachers and other staff at the kindergarten or day care institution; and


(c) to provide such information and reports on the kindergarten or day care institution to the Director General as specified under section 21.


21 Reports
(1) An operator of a kindergarten or day care institution must, within 2 months after the end of each year, provide the Director General with a report relating to the administration of the kindergarten or day care institution for that year.


(2) The Director General is to prescribe the form and content of the report referred to in subsection (1).


(3) The operator must provide the Director General with any additional information he or she requests about a matter contained in a report.


22 Inspection and advisory services
(1) An officer authorised by the Director General may inspect a kindergarten or day care institution to determine whether:


(a) the operator is operating the kindergarten or day care institution in accordance with the requirements of this Act; or


(b) the kindergarten or day care institution is being managed properly; or


(c) the kindergarten or day care institution premises and grounds are well maintained; or


(d) the kindergarten or day care institution complies with such other matters and conditions as may be specified by the Director General under subsection 17(7); or


(e) the kindergarten or day care institution is administered in accordance with the Regulations and any determinations and guidelines issued by the Director General under subsection 12(3).


(2) A person who obstructs an officer authorised by the Director General under subsection (1) is guilty of an offence punishable, on conviction, by a fine not exceeding VT 500,000 or imprisonment for a term not exceeding 3 months, or both.


(3) An officer authorised by the Director General may provide advice to the operator and staff of a kindergarten or day care institution in relation to any of the matters specified in subsection (1).


23 Cancellation of registration of kindergartens or day care institutions
(1) The Director General may cancel the registration of a kindergarten or day care institution if he or she is satisfied that:


(a) the kindergarten or day care institution is operated in a way that is to the detriment of its staff or students; or


(b) the kindergarten or day care institution does not comply with the requirements for registration of a kindergarten under section 18; or


(c) the operator of the kindergarten or day care institution does not have sufficient money and facilities available for the satisfactory operation of the kindergarten; or


(d) the kindergarten or day care institution fails to comply with such other matters and conditions as may be specified by the Director General under subsection 17(5); or


(e) the operator cannot competently administer the kindergarten or day care institution; or


(f) it is not in the public interest to keep the kindergarten or day care institution open; or


(g) the kindergarten or day care institution is not being administered in accordance with this Act, Regulations and any determinations and guidelines issued by the Director General under subsection 12(3).


(2) The Director General must give the operator of a kindergarten or day care institution, written notice of a proposed cancellation and allow at least 28 days from the date of service for submissions in writing to be made as to why the kindergarten or day care institution’s registration should not be cancelled.


(3) If the Director General determines that the continuing operation of a kindergarten or day care institution presents an unacceptable risk to the safety or welfare of staff or students, the Director General may order the kindergarten or day care institution to cease its operations.


(4) In deciding whether to cancel the registration of a kindergarten or day care institution, the Director General must take into account any submissions made by the operator.


(5) The Director General must give the operator written notice of his or her decision within 28 days after making the decision.


(6) The cancellation of the registration of a kindergarten or day care institution takes effect on the date specified in the notice.


(7) An operator may appeal to the School Registration Appeal Board against the decision of the Director General to cancel the registration of a kindergarten or day care institution.


24 Declaration of unsuitable person
(1) The Director General may declare a person to be an unsuitable person to operate or work in a kindergarten or day care institution if the person:


(a) has been convicted of any offence with a maximum penalty of over 12 months; and


(b) has been declared bankrupt; and


(c) has no qualification in education and management; and


(d) does not have 5 years of more experience in managing a school.


(2) A person who operates or works in a kindergarten or day care institution despite being declared an unsuitable person under this section is guilty of an offence punishable on conviction by a fine not exceeding VT1,000,000 or imprisonment for a term not exceeding 3 years or both.


(3) The person may appeal against a declaration made under this section to the School Registration Appeal Board.


PART 5 EDUCATION AUTHORITIES
Division 1 Application


25 Application of Part
This Part applies only to non-government schools.


Division 2 Approval of Education Authorities


26 Operation of schools
(1) A person must not operate a school unless the person is an Education Authority.


(2) A person who contravenes subsection (1) is guilty of an offence punishable on conviction by a fine not exceeding VT 1,000,000.


27 Application for approval to become an Education Authority
(1) A person must apply to the Director General for approval as an Education Authority.


(2) The application must:


(a) be in the approved form and be accompanied by the prescribed fee; and


(b) set out the details of the school or schools the applicant intends to operate; and


(c) contain such other information as may be prescribed.


(3) A person who makes an application containing a false or misleading statement is guilty of an offence punishable on conviction by a fine not exceeding VT 500,000.


28 Determination of applications
(1) The Director General must consult with the Minister before approving or refusing an application made under section 27.


(2) The Director General is to approve an applicant as an Education Authority only if he or she is satisfied that:


(a) there is a need for the proposed Education Authority to operate a school or schools in the area concerned; and


(b) the school or schools will operate for the benefit of the local community in that area; and


(c) the school or schools will comply with the requirements for registration of a school under section 15; and


(d) the proposed Education Authority has sufficient resources and facilities available for the satisfactory operation of the school or schools; and


(e) the proposed Education Authority will be able to competently administer the school or schools, and will have systems in place to monitor compliance by the school or schools with the requirements of this Act and the regulations; and


(f) the custom owners of the land on which the school or schools are, or are to be, situated have agreed in writing for the land to be used by or transferred to the proposed Education Authority.


(3) The Director General may request such additional information as he or she may require from the applicant in order to determine the application.


(4) The approval of an Education Authority may be given on such conditions as the Director General determines in writing.


(5) The Director General must give the applicant written notice of his or her decision within 28 days after making the decision.


(6) An applicant may appeal against the decision of the Director General to the General Appeal Board.


(7) As soon as practicable after a person is approved as an Education Authority, the Director General must:


(a) register each of the Authority’s schools in the Register; and


(b) issue each school with a certificate of registration.


Division 3 Application for changes to school


29 Application of an Education Authority
(1) An Education Authority must apply to the Director General for approval:


(a) to establish a new school; or


(b) to relocate a school; or


(c) to cancel the registration of a school and to close it; or


(d) to take over an existing school from another Education Authority; or


(e) to take over an existing school from a Provincial Education Board; or


(f) to change the name of a school.


(2) The application must:


(a) be in the approved form and be accompanied by the prescribed fee; and


(b) set out details of the school concerned; and


(c) contain such other information as is prescribed.


(3) The Director General must consult with the Minister and the relevant Provincial Education Officer before approving or rejecting an application.


(4) The Director General may request such additional information as he or she may require from the Education Authority in order to determine the application.


(5) The Director General must give the Education Authority written notice of his or her decision within 28 days after making the decision.


(6) An applicant may appeal against the decision of the Director General to the General Appeal Board.


30 Approval of applications under section 29 for new schools and relocation of schools
The Director General is to approve an application to establish a new school or to relocate a school only if he or she is satisfied that the application meets the criteria set out in subsection 28(2).


31 Approval of other applications under section 29
(1) The Director General is to approve an application to cancel the registration of a school and to close the school only if he or she is satisfied that:


(a) there is no longer a need for the school in the area concerned; or


(b) the school does not comply with the requirements for registration of a school under section 15; or


(c) the Education Authority does not have sufficient resources and facilities available for the satisfactory operation of the school.


(2) The Director General is to approve an application by an Education Authority to takeover a school from another Education Authority only if he or she is satisfied that:


(a) both Authorities have agreed to the takeover; and


(b) the takeover will operate for the benefit of the local community; and


(c) the Education Authority proposing to takeover the school can competently administer the school.


(3) The Director General may approve an application by an Education Authority to takeover a school from a Provincial Education Board if he or she is satisfied that:


(a) both the Authority and the Board agree to the takeover; and


(b) the takeover will operate to the benefit of the local community; and


(c) the Education Authority proposing to takeover the school can competently administer the school.


(4) The Director General is to approve an application to change the name of a school only if he or she is satisfied that the proposed new name is acceptable to a large majority of the local community.


Division 4 Cancellation and withdrawal of approval of Education Authorities


32 Cancellation of approval of Education Authority
(1) After consultation with the Minister, the Director General may cancel the approval of an Education Authority if he or she is satisfied that:


(a) the Authority has operated its schools in a careless and irresponsible way to the detriment of staff and students; or


(b) the Authority does not have sufficient resources and facilities available for the satisfactory operation of its schools; or


(c) the schools of the Authority do not comply with the requirements for registration of a school set out in section 15; or


(d) the Authority cannot competently administer its schools.


(2) The Director General must give the Education Authority written notice of the proposed cancellation and allow the Authority at least 28 days to make submissions in writing to him or her as to why the approval should not be cancelled.


(3) In deciding whether to cancel the approval of an Education Authority, the Director General must take into account any submissions made to him or her by the Education Authority.


(4) The Director General must give the Education Authority written notice of his or her decision within 28 days after making the decision.


(5) In making a decision to cancel the approval of an Education Authority, the Director General must, by Order, close the Authority’s schools or:


(a) take over the Authority’s schools and any property of the schools or the Authority necessary for the operation of the schools; and


(b) transfer the operation of the Authority’s schools to:


(i) another Education Authority (if any) that has agreed to operate the school or schools; or


(ii) the relevant Provincial Education Board.


(6) An Education Authority may appeal against the decision of the Director General to cancel its approval to the General Appeal Board.


(7) To avoid doubt, no compensation is payable by the Government to any person in respect of an order made under this section.


33 Withdrawal of approval of Education Authority
(1) The Director General may, at the written request of an Education Authority, withdraw the approval of the Authority.


(2) On the withdrawal of an approval of an Education Authority, the Director General must by Order close the Authority’s schools or:


(a) take over the Authority’s schools and any property of the schools or the Authority necessary for the operation of the schools; and


(b) transfer the operation of the Authority’s schools to:


(i) another Education Authority (if any) that has agreed to operate the school or schools; or


(ii) the relevant Provincial Education Board.


(3) To avoid doubt, no compensation is payable by the Government to any person in respect of an Order made under this section.


Division 5 Other matters relating to Education Authorities


34 Functions of Education Authorities
An Education Authority has the following functions:


(a) to administer its schools in accordance with the requirements of this Act and the regulations; and


(b) to ensure that the syllabuses and curriculums for each of its schools comply with the requirements determined by the National Education Commission; and


(c) to ensure that people with proper qualifications and experience are employed as teachers and other staff at its schools; and


(d) to provide such information and reports on its schools to the Director General as he or she may request in writing.


35 Accounts
(1) An Education Authority must:


(a) keep proper accounting records in relation to its financial affairs (including receipt and expenditure of government grants under section 37); and


(b) prepare annual statements of account for each financial year.


(2) An Education Authority’s accounts for each financial year must be audited within 6 months after the end of that financial year by an auditor approved by the Director General.


(3) An Education Authority must make its accounts and supporting records available upon the request of auditors from the Ministry.


(4) A person who:


(a) fails to make all relevant accounts and supporting records available upon a request made under subsection (3); or


(b) obstructs an auditor from the Ministry in auditing a school’s accounts,


is guilty of an offence punishable on conviction by a fine not exceeding VT 500,000 or imprisonment for a term not exceeding three months, or both.


36 Reports
(1) An Education Authority must, within 2 months after the end of each year, provide the Director General with a report relating to the administration of its schools for that year.


(2) The report must include a detailed financial return showing all income and expenditure for the Education Authority and each school administered by it.


(3) The Director General may determine the form and content of the report referred to in subsection (1).


(4) The Education Authority must provide the Director General with any additional information which he or she may request about a matter contained in a report.


(5) An Education Authority that fails to comply with this section is guilty of an offence punishable, on conviction, by a fine not exceeding VT500,000.


PART 6 NATIONAL SCHOOL SYSTEM
Division 1 Funding for schools


37 Funding of Education Authorities
(1) An Education Authority that has entered into a funding agreement with the Minister on behalf of the Government may receive funding by way of grants from the Government.


(2) An Education Authority must spend the monies received by way of any government grants in accordance with the funding agreement.


(3) The funding provided to an Education Authority by way of government grants is not intended to cover the total operating costs of the Authority.


(4) An Education Authority may receive funding from other sources.


(5) An Education Authority must provide the Director General with accurate details of the total amount of funding received, broken down into the separate sources of that funding.


(6) Nothing in this section requires the Minister on behalf of the Government to enter into funding agreements with all Education Authorities. Some Education Authorities may want to be financially independent, and not require funding by way of government grants.


(7) A funding agreement may provide for direct payment of salaries and other benefits to teachers and other persons working in the schools of an Education Authority.


38 Funding of Provincial Education Boards
All Provincial Education Boards are to receive funding by way of grants from the Government.


39 Funding of Schools by the Government
(1) The Government may provide funding to all:


(a) government schools; and


(b) non-government schools administered by an Education Authority that has entered into an agreement with the Minister on behalf of the Government,


annually by way of grant.


(2) Schools must spend the monies received under subsection (1) in accordance with the Grants Code under section 40.


(3) Schools may receive funding from other sources, for example donations and school fund raising activities.


(4) The Principal for each school is responsible for the proper management of the schools funds by ensuring that accurate and up to date financial records of all school income and expenditure are kept.


(5) Education Authorities and Provincial Education Boards must ensure proper financial records are kept for each of their schools.


(6) The Director General may determine the form and content of the financial records required to be kept by schools under this section.


40 Grants Code
(1) As soon as possible after commencement, the Director General must, in consultation with Education Authorities and Provincial Education Boards, prepare a Grants Code providing for the distribution of government grants to schools.


(2) The Grants Code must be submitted to the Minister for his or her approval and does not come into force until the Minister approves it.


(3) A Grants Code that has been approved by the Minister must be published in the Gazette.


(4) An Education Authority that fails to comply with any provision of a Grants Code is guilty of an offence punishable on conviction by a fine not exceeding VT500,000.


(5) For the purpose of this section, Grants Code means a documented set of rules or conditions that all schools which receive government funding are expected to comply with in the way they spend and account for that funding.


41 School fees
(1) Subject to subsection (9), the Minister may, after consultation with the Director General and the National Education Advisory Council, by Order prescribe the range of fees payable at government and non-government schools in relation to the following:


(a) tuition; and


(b) boarding; and


(c) provision of books and other materials; and


(d) any other facilities or services provided to students.


(2) An Education Authority or a Provincial Education Board must not charge fees at any of its schools that are in excess of the prescribed range.


(3) Different fees may be prescribed in respect of:


(a) government and non-government schools; and


(b) government and non-government schools in different provinces.


(4) Subsections (1) and (2) do not apply to any non-government schools which do not receive funding from the Government.


(5) Despite subsection (4), the Minister may by Order prescribe fees for non-government schools which do not receive funding from the Government upon consultation with the appropriate stakeholders.


(6) The parents of a child are jointly and severally liable for all fees due in respect of the child, whether or not they enrolled the child at the school.


(7) The principal of a school may, after consultation with the relevant Education Authority or Provincial Education Board, exclude from attendance at the school any student in respect of whom fees have not been paid by the due date.


(8) Before taking action under subsection (7), a principal must use reasonable efforts to reach an acceptable arrangement in relation to payment of the fees so the student can continue to attend school.


(9) An Education Authority or a Provincial Education Board may waive in whole or in part the fees due in respect of a student if the Authority or Board is satisfied that the parents of the student are unable to pay such fees in whole or in part.


42 Accountability of school fees
(1) The principal of a school is responsible for the collection of fees payable for any matter mentioned in subsection 41(1).


(2) An Education Authority or a Provincial Education Board must ensure that proper accounts are kept for each of its schools in relation to the collection and disbursement of such fees.


Division 2 School Staffing Structure


43 Approval of school staffing structure
(1) The Director General may determine the number and type of positions at government and non-government schools administered by the Education Authorities which have entered into an agreement with the Government.


(2) Provincial Education Officers and relevant Education Authorities must, in writing, provide the Director General annually with a proposed staffing structure for each school they administer.


(3) The proposed structure must contain the following details:


(a) the current student enrolment at the school categorized into year groups; and


(b) the current number of staff at the school and their roles; and


(c) any anticipated trends in enrolment, together with documented evidence of those anticipated trends; and


(d) a statement confirming that the Provincial Education Officer or Education Authority has made appropriate enquiries and confirms the accuracy of the information provided.


44 Variation of school staffing structures
(1) A Provincial Education Officer or relevant Education Authority may seek a variation of a school’s staffing structure at any time by:


(a) making an application to the Director General in the prescribed form; and


(b) providing all the details required under subsection 43(3).


(2) Provincial Education Officers and Education Authorities must advise the Director General of any change of 5% or more in student enrolment numbers at a school they administer.


(3) The Director General is to review school staffing structures at least once a year and may vary a school staffing structure.


45 Positions in schools
(1) The Director General may determine:


(a) categories of positions in schools including, but not limited to principals, deputy principals, classroom teachers, assistant teachers, inclusive education teachers and early childhood and care education teachers; and


(b) the duties of particular categories of positions; and


(c) that particular positions are to be part-time, including the days or hours of work of such part-time positions.


(2) For the purposes of paragraph (1)(a), inclusive education teacher means a teacher who is specially trained to teach children with special needs from children who are highly intelligent to children with vision impairment, hearing impairment, speech impairment, intellectual impairment, physical impairments.


Division 3 Administration and management of schools


46 Responsibilities of the principal
(1) The principal of a school is responsible for:


(a) the day to day administration and management of the school; and


(b) the well-being of students and staff at the school; and


(c) the professional development of teaching and other staff at the school; and


(d) reporting to the Education Authority or Provincial Education Board on matters relating to the school as required by the Authority or the Board.


(2) Without limiting subsection (1), the principal of a school must:


(a) ensure that the school buildings and grounds are kept clean and tidy, and are well maintained; and


(b) in consultation with the staff, school committees, school councils and school community associations, develop rules for the school to ensure the well being of students and staff; and


(c) provide guidance and counselling to students, and advice to parents, on matters affecting a student’s progress at the school; and


(d) identify school aged children within their community who are not attending school and work with the relevant family, school community association and school council to ensure any such children attend school regularly; and


(e) ensure a written report is provided to parents in relation to student performance including effort, progress and achievement, at least twice a year; and


(f) keep and maintain accurate records of student and staff attendance, student reports and disciplinary issues; and


(g) keep and maintain all other records required by or under this Act ; and


(h) provide the Director General with such information about the school as he or she requires for the purposes of this Act or the regulations.


(3) The Director General may determine the form and content of the written report to parents referred to in paragraph (2)(e) and the records referred to in paragraph (2)(f).


47 Discipline of students
(1) The Director General must prepare guidelines for the adoption and implementation by schools of fair discipline practices that provide for the control and regulation of student discipline in schools and that reinforces good behaviour.


(2) The guidelines must not permit corporal punishment of students attending schools. However, they may permit other reasonable forms of punishment or correction of those students, including requiring students to perform any reasonable work or service for the school.


(3) Subject to subsection (4), an Education Authority or a Provincial Education Board may, on the recommendation of the principal of a school, expel a student from the school for:


(a) severe misconduct or disobedience; or


(b) any other activity that has a major detrimental effect on the school.


(4) An Education Authority or a Provincial Education Board must not expel a student unless it has conducted a thorough investigation in relation to the matter and the student has been given an opportunity to be heard.


(5) The Education Authority or Provincial Education Board must, as soon as practicable, notify the parents of a student who is expelled and the chairperson of the relevant school council.


(6) A student must not be expelled, withdrawn or otherwise have his or her enrolment at a school involuntarily terminated unless the procedure under subsection (4) has been complied with by an Education Authority or a Provincial Education Board.


(7) The principal of a school may suspend a student from the school for misconduct or disobedience for a period not exceeding 2 weeks.


(8) A principal must not suspend a student unless there has been an investigation into the matter and the student has been given an opportunity to be heard.


(9) The principal must as soon as practicable notify the parents of the suspended student and the chairperson of the school council.


(10) A parent of a student who has been expelled under subsection (3) may appeal in writing to the Director General against the expulsion.


(11) The Director General must determine the appeal as soon as possible and notify in writing the Education Authority or Provincial Education Board, as the case requires, and the appellant of his or her decision.


48 Medical examination of students
(1) Subject to subsection (2), the Director General must cause all students at a school to be examined by a qualified medical practitioner at regular intervals to be determined by the Director General.


(2) The parent of a student may make a request to the principal that the student be exempt from a medical examination. The principal must allow the request if he or she is satisfied that a qualified medical practitioner will examine the student at the parent’s expense.


(3) Following a medical examination, the principal may exclude a student from attending the school if he or she has a condition likely to endanger the health of other students.


(4) The student referred to in subsection (3) must be reinstated once a medical practitioner provides a report stating that the student is free from any such condition.


49 School councils
(1) An Education Authority or a Provincial Education Board must establish a school council for each of its schools to assist the principal in the management and administration of the school.


(2) An Education Authority or a Provincial Education Board is to determine for each school council:


(a) the membership of the school council, which must wherever possible include both male and female members; and


(b) the functions and responsibilities of the school council.


(3) In determining the membership of the school council, an Education Authority or a Provincial Education Board must ensure that a person appointed as a member of the school council has met the criteria prescribed by the Minister.


(4) The Minister may prescribe the criteria of appointment of a member of a school council.


(5) A school council is to regulate its procedures and conduct its business in accordance with any relevant Regulations, determinations or guidelines made under subsection 12(3).


(6) Subject to subsection (7), a member of a school council is not entitled to any salary or other remuneration, including by way of allowances, for his or her services provided to the school council.


(7) Subject to the availability of funds at a school, a member of the school council is to be reimbursed for expenses properly incurred when engaged on the business of the school council.


(8) A school council may identify school aged children not attending classes at school within its community and work with the relevant family members, school principal or any school community association established under section 52 to ensure that such children attend classes at school.


(9) A School council may from time to time arrange for a member of the student representative body to attend any school council meeting and to contribute to any discussions and deliberations at the meeting.


50 Student representative body
(1) This section applies only to secondary education.


(2) A student representative body is established within each school under subsection (1).


(3) The Principal of a school must facilitate the establishment and ongoing operation of a student representative body.


(4) Subject to subsection (5), the Principal is to determine the membership and the process of selection of members of the student representative body.


(5) Students of a school are to elect from amongst themselves members of the student representative body.


51 Functions of a student representative body
A student representative body has the following functions:


(a) to consider an issue placed by a student for its consideration; and


(b) to submit unresolved issues to the principal for consideration by the principal; and


(c) such other functions as may be specified under this Act.


52 School community associations
(1) Parents of students attending any school together with other residents of the area served by the school who are interested in the welfare of the school may form a school community association in connection with the school.


(2) The objectives of a school community association are to:


(a) promote the interests of the school by bringing parents, students, teaching staff and other residents of the school area into close co-operation; and


(b) assist in providing facilities and equipment for the school and in promoting the recreation and welfare of the students at the school; and


(c) encourage parent and community participation in curriculum and other education issues; and


(d) identify school aged children within their community who are not attending school and work with the relevant family, school principal and school council to ensure that such children attend classes in a school regularly.


53 School Based Management Unit
(1) The Director General may in writing provide for the establishment of a School Based Management Unit.


(2) The School Based Management Unit consists of the following persons:


(a) school improvement officers appointed by the Public Service Commission; and


(b) zone curriculum advisors appointed by the Teaching Service Commission; and


(c) Provincial finance officers appointed by the Public Service Commission.


(3) For the purpose of this section:


school improvement officer means a person appointed by the Public Service Commission to be a school improvement officer for the purposes of this Act;


zone curriculum advisor means a person appointed by the Teaching Service Commission to be a zone curriculum advisor for the purposes of this Act.


54 Functions of the School Based Management Unit
(1) The School Based Management Unit must visit a school on a regular basis to ensure that the school has an effective management and administrative system that:


(a) advances quality teaching and learning; and


(b) promotes a culture of educational excellence; and


(c) complies with this Act and any determination, guideline or policy made under this Act.


(2) In addition to subsection (1), the School Based Management Unit must ensure:


(a) that a school develops and implements:


(i) a management and administration structure; and


(ii) an improvement plan for each academic year; and


(iii) a budget for each academic year; and


(iv) a discipline procedure for the wellbeing and conduct of staff and students; and


(v) an academic plan and standards; and


(vi) a system that encourages community participation and care; and


(b) that a school meets the standards of health and safety requirements; and


(c) that a school adequately caters for children with special needs, including children with disabilities; and


(d) that curriculum implementation and teaching standards of a school are:


(i) of high quality; and


(ii) in accordance with the national curriculum; and


(iii) in accordance with this Act or any regulations, determination or guidelines made under this Act; and


(e) that the financial management practices of a school are:


(i) of high quality; and


(ii) in accordance with this Act or any Regulation, determination or guideline made under this Act.


(3) In conducting any school visit or making an assessment under this section, the School Based Management Unit may require the principal, a teacher or other members of the school staff to provide a report in writing on any issues identified by it during the course of its visit.


(4) The School Based Management Unit must make a report on the findings of its visit under subsection (1), to the Director General.


(5) The School Based Management Unit may upon request, assess the performance of the principal and teachers of a school and make a report on the findings.


(6) The School Based Management Unit must submit a report on the findings made under subsection (4) to the Teaching Service Commission, the relevant Provincial Education Officer or Authority and the Director of School Programs within 14 days from the date of completion of the visit or assessment.


(7) A principal, teacher or member of the school staff who fails to comply with subsection (3) commits a disciplinary offence and is subject to a disciplinary action by the Teaching Service Commission.


Division 4 Cancellation of registration of schools


55 Cancellation of registration of schools by Director General
(1) After consultation with the Minister, the Director General may cancel the registration of a school if the Director General is satisfied that:


(a) the school is being operated by the Education Authority or Provincial Education Board in a careless and irresponsible way to the detriment of its staff and students; or


(b) the school does not comply with the requirements for registration of a school under section 15; or


(c) the Education Authority or Provincial Education Board does not have sufficient money and facilities available for the satisfactory operation of the school; or


(d) the Education Authority or Provincial Education Board cannot competently administer the school; or


(e) it is not in the public interest to keep the school open.


(2) The Director General must give the principal of the school and the Education Authority or the Provincial Education Board written notice of the proposed cancellation and allow at least 28 days for submissions to be made in writing to him or her as to why the school’s registration should not be cancelled.


(3) In deciding whether to cancel the registration of the school, the Director General must take into account any submissions made by the Education Authority or the Provincial Education Board and the principal.


(4) The Director General must give the Education Authority or the Provincial Education Board and the principal written notice of his or her decision within 28 days after making the decision. The cancellation of the registration of the school takes effect on the date specified in the notice.


(5) An Education Authority or a Provincial Education Board may appeal against the decision of the Director General to cancel the registration of a school.


56 Takeover of schools
(1) Subject to subsection (2), if the Director General is of the opinion that a school whose registration has been cancelled under section 55 should continue to operate, the Director General may by Order:


(a) take over the school and any property of the school, or any property of the Education Authority or Provincial Education Board at the school; and


(b) transfer the operation of the school to:


(i) the Education Authority (if any) that has agreed to operate the school; or


(ii) the relevant Provincial Education Board.


(2) The Director General must not carry out any of the actions stated in subsection (1) unless the Director General has obtained the written prior approval of the governing body of the school.


(3) No compensation is payable by the Government to any person in respect of an Order made under this section.


PART 7 NATIONAL EDUCATION ADVISORY COUNCIL, NATIONAL CURRICULUM AND ASSESSMENT BOARD, NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP AND TRAINING BOARD AND PROVINCIAL EDUCATION BOARDS


Division1 National Education Advisory Council


57 Establishment and functions of the National Education Advisory Council
(1) The National Education Advisory Council is established.


(2) The Council has the following functions:


(a) to advise the Minister and the Director General on:


(i) the operation of the early childhood and care, primary and secondary education system; and


(ii) the funding of the early childhood and care, primary and secondary education system, including the level of school fees to be prescribed under section 41; and


(iii) on any other matter affecting early childhood, primary or secondary education; and


(b) to monitor the effectiveness of education policies and practices; and


(c) to develop policy proposals for consideration by the Ministry; and


(d) to assist, advise and co-operate with communities, organisations and individuals on matters affecting early childhood and care, primary or secondary education; and


(e) whenever requested by the Minister or the Director General, to provide information or advice to him or her on any matter affecting early childhood and care, primary or secondary education.


58 Membership of the National Education Advisory Council
(1) The National Education Advisory Council has 11 members who are to be appointed by the Minister on the advice of the Director General.


(2) The members are:


(a) a representative of the Vanuatu Christian Council; and


(b) 2 representatives of the Vanuatu Teachers Union; and


(c) 2 representatives of school community associations; and


(d) a representative of the National Council of Chiefs; and


(e) a representative of the Vanuatu National Council of Women; and


(f) a representative of the Ministry responsible for health; and


(g) 2 representatives of the non-government sector; and


(h) a representative of tertiary education institutions.


(3) The Director General is an ex officio member of the Council, but has no voting rights at a meeting of the Council.


(4) The Minister in making an appointment under subsection (1) must ensure that the Council has an equitable and balanced gender representation.


59 Establishment and functions of the Secretariat of the National Education Advisory Council
(1) The Secretariat of National Education Advisory Council is established.


(2) The Secretariat is to assist in managing the carrying out of the functions and implementation of the decisions of the National Education Advisory Council.


(3) The Secretariat consists of the secretary and employees appointed by the Public Service Commission.


(4) A person who was employed as a staff of the Secretariat immediately before the commencement of this Act is to continue to be employed at the Secretariat in the same position with the same terms and conditions of employment and accrued entitlements as if the person had been appointed under this Act.


(5) The secretary must establish, maintain and manage theSecretariat in such a way as to provide an efficient and professional administrative service to the Council.


Division 2 National Curriculum and Assessment Board


60 Establishment and membership of the National Curriculum and Assessment Board
(1) The National Curriculum and Assessment Board is established.


(2) The Board consists of 9 members who are to be appointed by the Minister.


(3) The Members are:


(a) 2members who have qualifications or expertise in curriculum development; and


(b) 2 members who have qualifications or expertise in examination practices and policy; and


(c) 2 members who have qualifications or expertise in teacher education practices and policy; and


(d) 2 members who represent the private sector and non-government organisations.


(4) In addition to subsection (2), the Director responsible for curriculum and assessment is an ex officio member of the Board.


(5) The Minister in making an appointment under subsection (2), must ensure that the Board has an equitable and balanced gender representation.


(6) In undertaking its functions under sections 61 and 62, the Board must consult as widely as practicable with communities, organisations and individuals.


61 Assessment and examination function
The Board has the following functions in relation to assessment and examinations of day care institutions, kindergartens and schools:


(a) to determine the number, type and content of assessment and examinations to be used for further education selection purposes and for the award of any nationally recognised certificate or any other educational qualification to school students; and


(b) to determine the procedures for conducting such assessment and examinations; and


(c) to arrange for such assessment and examinations to take place and to ensure they are conducted fairly; and


(d) to evaluate the process relating to assessment and examinations on a regular basis and advise the Director General of any changes that may be necessary; and


(e) to recommend to the Director General the criteria for selection and allocation of school student candidates to other educational institutions in Vanuatu; and


(f) to ensure that the processes relating to assessment and examinations and the selection and allocation of candidates are transparent, fair and based on merit; and


(g) to present to the Director General an annual report and any other reports required by the Director General relating to assessment and examinations; and


(h) whenever requested by the Minister or the Director General, to provide information or advice to him or her on any matter affecting assessment and examinations.


62 Curriculum and syllabus functions
(1) In addition to section 61, the Board has the following functions in relations to curriculums and syllabuses:


(a) subject to subsection (2), to evaluate and approve the national curriculum for early childhood and care, primary and secondary education in Vanuatu; and


(b) to ensure that the national curriculum is implemented and reflects the national curriculum statement; and


(c) to ensure that the guidelines for curriculum development and review are established; and


(d) to review the national curriculum at regular intervals and recommend any necessary changes; and


(e) to evaluate and approve the syllabuses to be taught in primary and secondary schools and the appropriate allocation of time for subjects; and


(f) to approve procedures, guidelines and timetables for the production or revision of subject syllabuses and support materials; and


(g) to approve for purchase and distribution throughout Vanuatu support materials, including books and equipment; and


(h) to present to the Director General an annual report and any other reports required by the Director General relating to the national curriculum or syllabuses; and


(i) whenever requested by the Minister or the Director General, to provide information or advice to him or her on any matter affecting the national curriculum or syllabuses.


(2) The Commission must not approve a curriculum as the national curriculum unless it is satisfied that:


(a) it takes into account national policies, needs and aspirations; and


(b) it provides for the physical, spiritual, social and cultural development of students as reflected in the national curriculum statement.


(3) For the purpose of this section, national curriculum statement means the document that sets the legal framework which guides the development of the National curriculum for Vanuatu


63 Establishment and functions of the Secretariat of the National Curriculum and Assessment Board
(1) The Secretariat of the National Curriculum and Assessment Board is established.


(2) The Secretariat of the National Curriculum and Assessment Board must assist in managing the carrying out of the functions and implementation of the decisions of the National Curriculum and Assessment Board.


(3) The Secretariat consists of the secretary who is to be the Principal Curriculum and Assessment Officer and employees appointed by the Public Service Commission.


(4) A person who was employed as a staff of the Secretariat immediately before the commencement of this Act is to continue to be employed at the Secretariat in the same position with the same terms and conditions of employment and accrued entitlements as if the person had been appointed under this Act.


(5) The secretary must establish, maintain and manage a Secretariat to provide for the efficient and professional administrative services to the Board.


Division 3 National Scholarship and Training Board


64 Establishment and membership of the National Scholarship and Training Board
(1) The National Scholarship and Training Board is established.


(2) The persons occupying the following positions are members of the Board:


(a) the Director General of the Ministry of Education who is to be the Chairperson of the Board; and


(b) the Director General of the Ministry of Finance and Economic Management; and


(c) the Director General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and External Trade; and


(d) the Director General of the Office of the Prime Minister; and


(e) the Director of Education.


(3) In addition to subsection (2), the Minister is to appoint on the advice of the Director General, 6 other members of the Board who are:


(a) a representative of the Chamber of Commerce and Industries; and


(b) a representative of tertiary education institutions; and


(c) a representative of the Department of Labour; and


(d) a representative of the Vanuatu Finance Centre; and


(e) a representative of the Civil Society; and


(f) a representative of the Vanuatu Qualifications Authority.


(4) The Minister may prescribe the criteria for members referred to under subsection (3).


(5) A person is not qualified to be appointed under subsection (3) if he or she:


(a) is a member of Parliament; or


(b) exercises any position of responsibility in a political party.


(6) The Minister in making an appointment under subsection (3), must ensure that the Board has an equitable and balanced gender representation.


65 Functions of the National Scholarship and Training Board
(1) The National Scholarship and Training Board has the following functions:


(a) to implement policies that support the scholarship program; and


(b) to ensure a fair, transparent and merit based selection of candidates for the award of scholarships; and


(c) to determine annually the criteria and terms and conditions for the award of scholarships by the Government; and


(d) to determine the priority of scholarships for funding by the Government; and


(e) to provide advice and guidance to the Scholarship Unit in its administration of the scholarship program; and


(f) to assist the Scholarship Unit in seeking additional funding for scholarships; and


(g) to assist in identifying and recommending scholarship options to eligible students; and


(h) to determine the award or termination of scholarships; and


(i) to present to the Director General an annual report and any other reports required by the Director General relating to scholarships; and


(j) whenever requested by the Minister or the Director General, to provide information or advice to him or her on any matter affecting scholarships.


(2) For the purpose of this section:


scholarships program means the provision of Government funded scholarships for post secondary education and training associated administrative arrangements aimed at developing appropriately qualified and skilled citizen;


Scholarship Unit means the Training and Scholarships Coordination Unit or such other body within the Department as is specified by the Director General.


66 Seeking to influence decisions
(1) A person including the Minister, other members of Parliament, political advisors and those holding positions of authority in political parties must not seek to influence the Board in relation to decisions under this Act either directly or through another person.


(2) A person referred to in subsection (1) who fails to comply with subsection (1) commits and offence and is liable on conviction to a fine not exceeding VT 1,000,000.


67 Appeals
(1) A person directly affected by the decision of the Board may appeal to the General Appeal Board.


(2) An appeal under this section can only be based on one or more of the following grounds:


(a) a lack of procedural fairness; or


(b) an error of fact; or


(c) undue influence under section 66; or


(d) failure to properly apply any relevant guidelines or Orders.


(3) An application for appeal must be made in writing and must be received by the General Appeal Board within 28 days from which the decision being appealed against was made.


(4) The General Appeal Board may accept a late appeal where there are circumstances such as delay due to the person concerned being in an isolated location.


(5) The General Appeal Board must promptly review the decision being appealed against.


(6) The General Appeal Board must determine an appeal under this section within 1 month from receiving an application under subsection (3) and must advise the person who lodged the appeal of the outcome and the reasons for the decision in writing.


68 Establishment of the Secretariat of the National Scholarship and Training Board
(1) The Training and Scholarships Coordination Unit is the Secretariat to the National Scholarship and Training Board.


(2) The Secretariat of the National Scholarship and Training Board must assist in managing the carrying out of the functions and implementation of the decisions of the National Scholarship and Training Board.


(3) The Secretariat consists of the secretary who is to be the Principal Scholarship Officer and employees who are to be appointed by the Public Service Commission.


(4) A person who was employed as a staff of the Secretariat immediately before the commencement of this Act is to continue to be employed at the Secretariat in the same position with the same terms and conditions of employment and accrued entitlements as if the person had been appointed under this Act.


(5) The secretary must establish, maintain and manage a Secretariat to provide for the efficient and professional administrative services to the Board.


Division 4 Provincial Education Boards


69 Establishment and membership of the Provincial Education Boards
(1) A Provincial Education Board is established for each Province and Municipality within that Province.


(2) The following persons are members of the Board:


(a) a representative of the Provincial Government Council; and


(b) the Provincial Education Officer.


(3) In addition to subsection (2), the Minister is to appoint 4 other members of the Board on the advice of the Director General.


(4) A person is not qualified to be appointed as a member of the Provincial Education Board if he or she is:


(a) a member of Parliament; or


(b) exercises any position of responsibility in a political party.


(5) In making an appointment under subsection (3), the Minister must ensure that the Board has:


(a) a fair representation of:


(i) the teachers and the parents of the students at the schools and kindergartens in the Province; and


(ii) organisations and individuals interested in education in the Province; and


(b) an equitable and balanced gender representation.


(6) For the purpose of this section, municipality means a municipality established under the Municipalities Act [CAP 126].


70 Functions of the Provincial Education Boards
(1) Each Provincial Education Board has the following functions:


(a) to operate and manage the government schools in the Province; and


(b) to plan, promote, develop and coordinate early childhood and care, primary and secondary educational activities in the Province; and


(c) to advise the Director General on the need for new schools in the province; and


(d) to assist the Ministry in planning for sufficient schools to meet the needs of the province, and to apply for the registration of new schools and prescribed changes to existing schools in the approved form; and


(e) to present to the Director General, an annual report and any other reports required by the Director General relating to schools and kindergartens in the Province; and


(f) whenever requested by the Minister or the Director General, to provide information or advice to him or her on any matter affecting schools and kindergartens in the Province; and


(g) such other functions as may be imposed on the Board under this Act.


71 Secretary and Accounts of Provincial Education Boards
(1) The Provincial Education Officer is the secretary of the Board.


(2) The secretary has the following functions:


(a) to ensure that all decisions of the Board are being implemented; and


(b) to report activities of the Board to the Director General through quarterly and annual reports.


(3) A Provincial Education Board must:


(a) keep proper accounting records in relation to its financial affairs (including receipt and expenditure of government grants under section 40); and


(b) prepare annual statements of account for each financial year.


(4) A Provincial Education Board’s accounts for each financial year must be audited within 6 months after the end of that financial year by the Auditor-General.


72 Reports
(1) A Provincial Education Board must, within 2 months after the end of each year, provide the Director General with a report relating to the administration of its schools and kindergartens for that year.


(2) The Provincial Education Board must provide the Director General with any additional information he or she requires about a matter contained in a report.


(3) A Provincial Education Officer must advise the Director General of all major activities of his or her Provincial Education Board in regular quarterly reports.


(4) The Director General may determine the form and content of the reports referred to in subsection (1) and (3).


73 Government schools – transitional arrangements
(1) On and after the commencement of this Act, each of the Provincial Education Boards listed in the table in the Schedule is responsible for the operation of the government schools listed in that table, and each of those schools is taken to be registered.


(2) The Director General must, as soon as practicable after commencement of this Act:


(a) enter in the Register, each school listed in the Schedule ; and


(b) issue each school with a certificate of registration.


(3) The Minister may by Order amend the Schedule if the Minister is satisfied that the amendment is necessary to correct a mistake.


Division 5 Administrative provisions


74 Administrative provisions
The Minister may by Order, prescribe administrative provisions relating to the National Education Advisory Council, the National Curriculum and Assessment Board, the National Scholarship and Training Board and the Provincial Education Boards.


PART 8 MISCELLANEOUS


75 School Registration Appeal Board
(1) The School Registration Appeal Board is established.


(2) The Board consists of the following members who are to be appointed by the Minister:


(a) a representative of the Department of Education; and


(b) a representative of the Department of Local Authorities; and


(c) a representative of the Provincial Education Boards; and


(d) a representative of the Assisted Education Authorities; and


(e) a representative of the Vanuatu Law Commission.


(3) The Minister is to appoint from amongst the members of the Board, the Chairperson of the Board. To be eligible for appointment as the Chairperson, a person must have a legal or educational background.


(4) A member of the Board is to hold office for a period of 3 years and is eligible for re-appointment.


(5) A person is not qualified to be appointed as a member of the Board if he or she is:


(a) a member of Parliament; or


(b) a member of an Education Authority or a Provincial Education Board; or


(c) a person who exercises any position of responsibility in a political party; or


(d) a member of a Provincial Government Council or Municipal Council.


(6) The Board may regulate its own procedures.


(7) The Board has the following functions:


(a) to consider appeals being made to it relating to school registration; and


(b) where necessary, undertake further investigation and assessment relating to the decision of the Director General to cancel the registration of a school or an educational institution; and


(c) to confirm, reverse or modify the decision of the Director General to cancel the registration of a school or an educational institution; and


(d) to refer the matter back to the Director General to reconsider in relation to the Board’s opinion and directions; and


(e) to develop and implement the School Registration Appeal policies, guidelines, procedures, processes and systems; and


(f) to monitor and report to the Minister and Director General on the implementation of the School Registration Appeal policies, guidelines, procedures, processes and systems.


(8) The Chairperson or a member of the Board must declare his or her conflict of interest on any matter being appealed to the Board and must not take part in any discussions or decisions to be made on such matter.


76 General Appeal Board
(1) The General Appeal Board is established.


(2) The General Appeal Board consists of the following persons:


(a) a nominee of the National Education Advisory Council; and


(b) a nominee of the Law Commission; and


(c) a nominee of the Vanuatu Christian Council; and


(d) a nominee of the Ministry of Education; and


(e) a nominee of the Vanuatu Education Policy Advocacy Coalition.


(3) The secretary of the National Education Advisory Council is the secretary of the Board.


(4) The Minister is to appoint from amongst the members of the Board, the Chairperson of the Board. To be eligible for appointment as the Chairperson, a person must have a legal or educational background.


(5) A member of the Board is to hold office for a period of 3 years and is eligible for re-appointment.


(6) To be eligible for appointment as the Chairperson, a person must have a legal or educational background.


(7) A person is not qualified to be appointed as a member of the Board if he or she is:


(a) a member of Parliament; or


(b) a member of an Education Authority or a Provincial Education Board; or


(c) a person who exercises any position of responsibility in a political party; or


(d) a member of a Provincial Government Council or Municipal Council.


(8) The Board has the following functions:


(a) to consider appeals being made to it relating to decisions being made under sections 28, 29 and 32 and paragraph 65(1)(h); and


(b) to develop and implement the Appeal policies, guidelines, procedures, processes and systems for appeals that are being made to it; and


(c) to monitor and report to the Minister and Director General on the implementation of the Appeal policies, guidelines, procedures, processes and systems for appeals being made to it.


(9) The Chairperson or a member of the Board must declare his or her conflict of interest on any matter being appealed to the Board and must not take part in any discussions or decisions to be made on such matter.


77 Provisions in relation to proceedings of an Appeal Board
(1) This section applies to proceedings of the School Registration Appeal Board and the General Appeal Board.


(2) A Board may summon a person before it to give evidence and to produce documents.


(3) A Board may require a person giving evidence before it to take an oath or affirmation that he or she will tell the truth and may administer that oath or affirmation.


(4) A summons to a witness under this section may be served personally or by sending it by prepaid post to the last known address of the person concerned.


(5) A person being summoned to attend a hearing of an Appeal Board as a witness, must not without reasonable excuse:


(a) refuses or fails to attend; or


(b) refuses or fails to produce documents in accordance with the summons; or


(c) refuses to take an oath or affirmation to tell the truth; or


(d) refuses to answer a question the Board determines must be answered unless the person reasonably believes the answer to the question will incriminate him or her.


(6) A person who commits any of the acts in subsection (5) is guilty of an offence punishable on conviction by a fine not exceeding VT250,000.


(7) The hearing of an appeal before a Board is open to the public unless the Board determines that the appeal be heard in private.


(8) The Board may give directions prohibiting or restricting the publication or other disclosure of evidence given or tendered before the Board.


(9) A Board may confirm, vary or set aside a determination or decision being appealed against and may refer the matter back to the relevant authority to reconsider in relation to the Board’s opinion and directions.


(10) The decision of an Appeal Board is final.


78 Representation at Appeal Board Hearings
(1) A party to an appeal under section 75 or 76 may be represented by a lawyer.


(2) A person may be represented by a person who is not a lawyer, with the prior written approval of the relevant Appeal Board.


79 Attempt to influence Board
(1) A person must not attempt to unduly influence a Board, any person appointed to the Board in relation to any educational administrative matters or such other matter.


(2) A person who contravenes this section is guilty of an offence punishable on conviction by a fine not exceeding VT500,000 or a term of imprisonment not exceeding one year or both.


(3) This section does not prohibit a person from:


(a) making submissions or representations in any educational administrative matters at the request or invitation of an Appeal Board; or


(b) giving evidence as a witness or in some other capacity to the Board.


80 Delegation of functions and powers
(1) The Director General, a Director and a Provincial Education Officer may, by instrument in writing, delegate all or any of his or her functions and powers under this Act to another officer within the Ministry with appropriate qualifications and expertise, except this power of delegation.


(2) The delegation:


(a) may be made either generally or as otherwise provided by the instrument of delegation; and


(b) does not prevent the performance or exercise of the function or power so delegated by the Director General, the Director or the Provincial Education Officer, as the case requires.


81 Regulations
(1) The Minister may, by Order, make Regulations prescribing all matters:


(a) required or permitted by this Act to be prescribed; or


(b) necessary or convenient to be prescribed for carrying out or giving effect to this Act.


(2) The Regulations may prescribe penalties for offences against the Regulations. A penalty prescribed must not exceed VT 50,000.


82 Repeal of the Education Act and savings provision
(1) Subject to subsection (2), the Education Act [CAP 272] is repealed.


(2) Unless inconsistent with this Act, any Regulations,Orders and Notices made or given under the Education Act [CAP 272], remain in force as if they were made or given under this Act.


83 Commencement
This Act commences on the day on which it is published in the Gazette.


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SCHEDULE
(Section 73)

Government of Vanuatu
Ministry of Education

GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS ADMINISTERED BY TORBA PROVINCIAL EDUCATION BOARD

Type: Primary Schools: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 6)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R 010106
010106
Losolava
01
TORBA
Gaua
TORBA PEB
E
R 010113
010113
Sarantar
01
TORBA
Gaua
TORBA PEB
E
R 010121
010121
Silver Memorial (Vales)
01
TORBA
Gaua
TORBA PEB
E
R 010112
010112
Santa Maria
01
TORBA
Gaua
TORBA PEB
F
R 011407
011407
Martin
01
TORBA
Hiu
TORBA PEB
E
R 010308
010308
Nergar
01
TORBA
Merelava
TORBA PEB
F
R 010316
010316
Tasvare
01
TORBA
Merelava
TORBA PEB
E
R 010305
010305
Vaes (Lequel)
01
TORBA
Merelava
TORBA PEB
E
R 010517
010517
Telvet
01
TORBA
Mota Lava
TORBA PEB
F
R 010523
010523
Wongyeskei
01
TORBA
Mota Lava
TORBA PEB
F
R 011003
011003
Bagavegug
01
TORBA
Toga
TORBA PEB
E
R 010914
010914
Shelil
01
TORBA
Ureparapara
TORBA PEB
E
R 010915
010915
Shem Rolley
01
TORBA
Ureparapara
TORBA PEB
E
R0104095
0104095
Arep
01
TORBA
Vanua Lava
TORBA PEB
F
R 010401
010401
Arep
01
TORBA
Vanua Lava
TORBA PEB
E
R0104115
0104115
Gneretuvuro
01
TORBA
Vanua Lava
TORBA PEB
F
R 010422
010422
Nelson (Vatop)
01
TORBA
Vanua Lava
TORBA PEB
F
R 010424
010424
Wosok
01
TORBA
Vanua Lava
TORBA PEB
F








Type: Primary School and Community Secondary School: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 8)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R 010119
010119
Vaget
01
TORBA
Gaua
TORBA PEB
E
R 011110
011110
Robin
01
TORBA
Loh
TORBA PEB
E
R 010609
010609
Pasalele
01
TORBA
Mota
TORBA PEB
E
R 010517
010517
Telhei
01
TORBA
Mota Lava
TORBA PEB
E
R 010411
010411
Sanlang
01
TORBA
Vanua Lava
TORBA PEB
E








Type: Junior Secondary School: Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 10)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0104106
0104106
Arep
01
TORBA
Vanua Lava
TORBA PEB
F
R0101123
0101123
Santa Maria
01
TORBA
Gaua
TORBA PEB
F








Type: Junior & Senior Secondary School : Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 12)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R 010490
010490
Arep
01
TORBA
Vanua Lava
TORBA PEB
E








Government of Vanuatu



Ministry of Education

GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS ADMINISTERED BY SANMA PROVINCIAL EDUCATION BOARD

Type: Primary Schools: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 6)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R022007
022007
Bernier Bay
02
SANMA
Aore
SANMA PEB
E
R022421
022421
Lehilehina
02
SANMA
Araki
SANMA PEB
E
R022101
022101
Alowaru
02
SANMA
Malo
SANMA PEB
E
R0221501
0221501
Ambakura
02
SANMA
Malo
SANMA PEB
F
R022103
022103
Avunatari
02
SANMA
Malo
SANMA PEB
E
R022106
022106
Banaviti
02
SANMA
Malo
SANMA PEB
E
R022114
022114
Jinaure
02
SANMA
Malo
SANMA PEB
E
R022120
022120
Kitacu
02
SANMA
Malo
SANMA PEB
E
R0221500
0221500
Najaraiwelu
02
SANMA
Malo
SANMA PEB
F
R022138
022138
Nandiutu
02
SANMA
Malo
SANMA PEB
F
R022139
022139
Nanuhu (Randasi)
02
SANMA
Malo
SANMA PEB
E
R022143
022143
Naviaru
02
SANMA
Malo
SANMA PEB
F
R022163
022163
Taharo
02
SANMA
Malo
SANMA PEB
E
R021711
021711
Dambulu
02
SANMA
Mavea
SANMA PEB
E
R022204
022204
Balon
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E
R022288
022288
Belmol
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E
R022209
022209
Butmas
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
F
R0222325
0222325
Day Spring
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E
R0222502
0222502
Ebenezer
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
F
R022215
022215
Hog Harbour
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E
R022216
022216
Ian Livo
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E
R022217
022217
Iethvekar
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E
R022247
022247
John Noble Mackenzie
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E
R022219
022219
Jordan Valley
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E
R022222
022222
Lath-Hi
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E
R0222497
0222497
Lemesie (Lape Paparama)
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E
R022224
022224
Lorethiakarkar
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
F
R022226
022226
Malao
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E
R022234
022234
Menevula
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E
R022282
022282
Merap St Augustin
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
F
R022235
022235
Mwast
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E
R022240
022240
Nasalanvunmoli
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E
R022246
022246
Notre Dame de Lourde (Vilvil)
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
F
R022252
022252
Piamatsina
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
F
R020110
020110
Santo East
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E
R022258
022258
Sara
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E
R022260
022260
Selusia
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E
R022262
022262
Sulemauri
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E
R022266
022266
Tata
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E
R022268
022268
Tiasia
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E
R022274
022274
Vovlei
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E
R022275
022275
Vunabulu
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E
R022278
022278
Winsao
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E
R0222504
0222504
Zion
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E
R021912
021912
Dombulu
02
SANMA
Tutuba
SANMA PEB
E








Type: Primary School and Community Secondary School: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 8)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R022205
022205
Ban Ban
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E
R022289
022289
De Queros (Matantas)
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E
R022210
022210
Ebenezer
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E
R020102
020102
Kamewa
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
F
R020101
020101
Kamewa
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E
R022223
022223
Limarua
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E
R020103
020103
Luganville Est
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
F
R022229
022229
Merei (Mamara)
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E
R022241
022241
Natawa
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E
R022286
022286
Paireve (Nasulesule)
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E
R022251
022251
Pialulup
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E
R022264
022264
Saletui
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E
R020111
020111
Sarakata
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E
R022208
022208
St. Jacques
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
F








Type: Junior Secondary School: Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 10)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0221344
0221344
Nandiutu
02
SANMA
Malo
SANMA PEB
E
R0221305
0221305
Nandiutu
02
SANMA
Malo
SANMA PEB
F
R0222352
0222352
Menevula
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E
R0222308
0222308
Tata
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E








Type: Junior & Senior Secondary School : Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 12)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0222302
0222302
Hog Harbour
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E
R0201102
0201102
Santo East
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E








Type: Junior & Senior Secondary School : Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 13)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0201100
0201100
Collège de Luganville
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
F
R0222303
0222303
Matevulu College
02
SANMA
Santo
SANMA PEB
E








Government of Vanuatu



Ministry of Education

GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS ADMINISTERED BY PENAMA PROVINCIAL EDUCATION BOARD

Type: Primary Schools: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 6)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R023629
023629
Ala Memorial (Makenzie)
03
PENAMA
Ambae
PENAMA PEB
E
R032604
032604
Ambaebulu
03
PENAMA
Ambae
PENAMA PEB
E
R032605
032605
Ambaebulu
03
PENAMA
Ambae
PENAMA PEB
F
R032607
032607
Autabulu
03
PENAMA
Ambae
PENAMA PEB
E
R032610
032610
Bangabulu
03
PENAMA
Ambae
PENAMA PEB
E
R032614
032614
Gadue Garea
03
PENAMA
Ambae
PENAMA PEB
F
R032617
032617
Herenhala
03
PENAMA
Ambae
PENAMA PEB
E
R032625
032625
Lolovoli
03
PENAMA
Ambae
PENAMA PEB
E
R032628
032628
Loquirutaro
03
PENAMA
Ambae
PENAMA PEB
E
R032631
032631
Naleleo
03
PENAMA
Ambae
PENAMA PEB
E
R032638
032638
Nduindui
03
PENAMA
Ambae
PENAMA PEB
E
R032639
032639
Ngwalona
03
PENAMA
Ambae
PENAMA PEB
F
R032642
032642
Qatuneala
03
PENAMA
Ambae
PENAMA PEB
E
R032643
032643
Quatui
03
PENAMA
Ambae
PENAMA PEB
E
R032647
032647
Reynold Memorial (Nagole)
03
PENAMA
Ambae
PENAMA PEB
E
R032649
032649
Sarabulu
03
PENAMA
Ambae
PENAMA PEB
F
R032650
032650
Simon
03
PENAMA
Ambae
PENAMA PEB
E
R032652
032652
Talai Roroi Leleo
03
PENAMA
Ambae
PENAMA PEB
E
R032858
032858
Vanue Mamara
03
PENAMA
Ambae
PENAMA PEB
E
R032860
032860
Vilakalaka
03
PENAMA
Ambae
PENAMA PEB
F
R032861
032861
Volovuhu
03
PENAMA
Ambae
PENAMA PEB
E
R032862
032862
Vuingalato
03
PENAMA
Ambae
PENAMA PEB
E
R032863
032863
Waisine
03
PENAMA
Ambae
PENAMA PEB
E
R032864
032864
Walaha
03
PENAMA
Ambae
PENAMA PEB
E
R032701
032701
Abanga
03
PENAMA
Maewo
PENAMA PEB
E
R0327321
0327321
Baitora
03
PENAMA
Maewo
PENAMA PEB
F
R032709
032709
Bakanao (Naviso)
03
PENAMA
Maewo
PENAMA PEB
E
R032716
032716
Gambule
03
PENAMA
Maewo
PENAMA PEB
E
R032735
032735
Naone
03
PENAMA
Maewo
PENAMA PEB
E
R032737
032737
Nasawa
03
PENAMA
Maewo
PENAMA PEB
F
R032802
032802
Abuanga
03
PENAMA
Pentecost
PENAMA PEB
F
R032803
032803
Aligu
03
PENAMA
Pentecost
PENAMA PEB
E
R032806
032806
Atavtabanga
03
PENAMA
Penticost
PENAMA PEB
E
R032812
032812
Bwatnapni
03
PENAMA
Pentecost
PENAMA PEB
E
R032813
032813
Enkul
03
PENAMA
Pentecost
PENAMA PEB
E
R032815
032815
Gamalmaua
03
PENAMA
Penticost
PENAMA PEB
E
R032818
032818
Labultamata (Tamua)
03
PENAMA
Pentecost
PENAMA PEB
E
R032820
032820
Lesasanemal
03
PENAMA
Pentecost
PENAMA PEB
E
R032821
032821
Lini Memorial
03
PENAMA
Pentecost
PENAMA PEB
E
R032836
032836
Naruah
03
PENAMA
Pentecost
PENAMA PEB
F
R032840
032840
Pangi
03
PENAMA
Penticost
PENAMA PEB
E
R032811
032811
Point Cross (Benmotri)
03
PENAMA
Pentecost
PENAMA PEB
E
R032845
032845
Ranmawot
03
PENAMA
Pentecost
PENAMA PEB
E
R032846
032846
Ranwas
03
PENAMA
Pentecost
PENAMA PEB
E
R032823
032823
Sori Mauri (Lolkasai)
03
PENAMA
Penticost
PENAMA PEB
E
R032853
032853
Tanbok
03
PENAMA
Pentecost
PENAMA PEB
E
R032854
032854
Torlie
03
PENAMA
Penticost
PENAMA PEB
E
R032867
032867
Vanmamla
03
PENAMA
Pentecost
PENAMA PEB
E








Type: Primary School and Community Secondary School: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 8)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R032751
032751
Sulua
03
PENAMA
Maewo
PENAMA PEB
E








Type: Junior Secondary School: Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 10)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0426300
0426300
Ambaebulu
03
PENAMA
Ambae
PENAMA PEB
E
R0426302
0426302
Navutiriki
03
PENAMA
Ambae
PENAMA PEB
E
R0426311
0426311
Navutiriki
03
PENAMA
Ambae
PENAMA PEB
F
R0427305
0427305
Gambule
03
PENAMA
Maewo
PENAMA PEB
E
R0428310
0428310
Bwatnapni
03
PENAMA
Pentecost
PENAMA PEB
E
R0428306
0428306
Lini Memorial College
03
PENAMA
Pentecost
PENAMA PEB
E
R0328352
0328352
Atavtabanga
03
PENAMA
Pentecost
PENAMA PEB
E








Government of Vanuatu



Ministry of Education

GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS ADMINISTERED BY MALAMPA PROVINCIAL EDUCATION BOARD

Type: Primary Schools: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 6)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R044043
044043
Luwoi
04
MALAMPA
Akhamb
MALAMPA PEB
E
R044313
044313
Bulemap
04
MALAMPA
Ambrym
MALAMPA PEB
E
R044320
044320
Fanla
04
MALAMPA
Ambrym
MALAMPA PEB
F
R044335
044335
Leleut
04
MALAMPA
Ambrym
MALAMPA PEB
E
R044340
044340
Lolibulo
04
MALAMPA
Ambrym
MALAMPA PEB
F
R044346
044346
Magam
04
MALAMPA
Ambrym
MALAMPA PEB
E
R044349
044349
Mbossung
04
MALAMPA
Ambrym
MALAMPA PEB
E
R044350
044350
Megamone
04
MALAMPA
Ambrym
MALAMPA PEB
E
R042956
0443336
Port Vato
04
MALAMPA
Ambrym
MALAMPA PEB
E
R044362
044362
Port Vato
04
MALAMPA
Ambrym
MALAMPA PEB
F
R044364
044364
Ranon
04
MALAMPA
Ambrym
MALAMPA PEB
E
R042993
042993
Roromai
04
MALAMPA
Ambrym
MALAMPA PEB
E
R044391
044391
Wuro
04
MALAMPA
Ambrym
MALAMPA PEB
E
R043177
043177
Topaen
04
MALAMPA
Atchin
MALAMPA PEB
E
R043953
043953
Namaru
04
MALAMPA
Avock
MALAMPA PEB
E
R042902
042902
Amelveth
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
E
R042907
042907
Baie Caroline
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
F
R042908
042908
Benbon
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
E
R042917
042917
Daodobo
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
F
R042918
042918
Daodobo
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
E
R042921
042921
Faralao
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
F
R042922
042922
Farun (Kalwai)
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
E
R042926
042926
Kamai
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
F
R042928
042928
Laindua
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
E
R042927
042927
Lakatoro
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
E
R0429317
0429317
Lalkoko (Mae Sirbulbul)
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
F
R042931
042931
Lambubu
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
E
R044497
044497
Lerawo
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
E
R042936
042936
Leviamp
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
E
R042938
042938
Lingarak
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
E
R044347
044347
Matanvath
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
E
R042951
042951
Melworbank
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
E
R042955
042955
Neramb
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
E
R042956
042956
Norsup
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
F
R042961
042961
Pinapow
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
E
R042973
042973
Rensarie (Tembibi)
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
E
R042974
042974
Rensarie (Tembibi)
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
F
R042965
042965
Sanesup
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
E
R042971
042971
South West Bay
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
E
R042972
042972
Tautu
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
E
R042975
042975
Tisman
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
E
R042979
042980
Vanruru
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
E
R042903
042903
Velow
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
F
R042983
042983
Vinmavis
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
E
R042987
042987
Wilak
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
F
R042990
042990
Wora
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
E
R042912
042912
Brenwei
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
E
R043867
043867
Sangalai
04
MALAMPA
Maskelynes
MALAMPA PEB
E
R044433
044433
Lehili
04
MALAMPA
Paama
MALAMPA PEB
F
R044439
044439
Liro
04
MALAMPA
Paama
MALAMPA PEB
E
R044442
044442
Luvil
04
MALAMPA
Paama
MALAMPA PEB
E
R044468
044468
Selusa
04
MALAMPA
Paama
MALAMPA PEB
E
R044482
044482
Vauleli
04
MALAMPA
Paama
MALAMPA PEB
E
R044414
044414
Vutekai
04
MALAMPA
Paama
MALAMPA PEB
F
R042979
042979
Uripiv
04
MALAMPA
Uripiv
MALAMPA PEB
E








Type: Primary School and Community Secondary School: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 8)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R044369
044369
Senai
04
MALAMPA
Ambrym
MALAMPA PEB
E
R042904
042904
Aulua
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
E









Type: Junior Secondary School: Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 10)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0343312
0343312
Olal (Tobol)
04
MALAMPA
Ambrym
MALAMPA PEB
F
R0343302
0343302
Ranon
04
MALAMPA
Ambrym
MALAMPA PEB
E
R0340311
0340311
Amelvet
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
E
R0329301
0329301
Lakatoro
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
E
R0340311
0340311
South Malekula (Lonvat)
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
E
R0329308
0329308
South West Bay
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
E
R0429377
0429377
Brenwei
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
E
R0438378
0438378
Sangalai
04
MALAMPA
Maskelynes
MALAMPA PEB
E
R0344310
0344310
Vaum
04
MALAMPA
Paama
MALAMPA PEB
E
R0344315
0344315
College de Lehili
04
MALAMPA
Paama
MALAMPA PEB
F
 
 






Type: Junior & Senior Secondary School : Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 12)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0329304
0329304
Norsup
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
F
R0329307
0329307
Rensarie
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
F








Type: Junior & Senior Secondary School : Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 13)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0329306
0329306
Rensarie
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
MALAMPA PEB
E









Government of Vanuatu




Ministry of Education








GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS ADMINISTERED BY SHEFA PROVINCIAL EDUCATION BOARD








Type: Primary Schools: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 6)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R055052
055052
Senecol
05
SHEFA
Buninga
SHEFA PEB
E
R050202
050202
Central Primary
05
SHEFA
Efate
SHEFA PEB
E
R050203
050203
Centre Ville
05
SHEFA
Efate
SHEFA PEB
F
R055412
055412
Ekonak
05
SHEFA
Efate
SHEFA PEB
E
R055415
055415
Erakor
05
SHEFA
Efate
SHEFA PEB
F
R0554379
0554379
Esnnar
06
SHEFA
Efate
SHEFA PEB
F
R0554377
0554377
Green Hill
05
SHEFA
Efate
SHEFA PEB
E
R055433
055433
Malatia
05
SHEFA
Efate
SHEFA PEB
E
R055437
055437
Matarisu
05
SHEFA
Efate
SHEFA PEB
F
R055450
055450
Roau
05
SHEFA
Efate
SHEFA PEB
F
R055457
055457
Takara
05
SHEFA
Efate
SHEFA PEB
E
R055459
055459
Tanoliu
05
SHEFA
Efate
SHEFA PEB
E
R050218
050218
Vila North
05
SHEFA
Efate
SHEFA PEB
E
R055145
055145
Nofo
05
SHEFA
Emae
SHEFA PEB
E
R055162
055162
Worarana
05
SHEFA
Emae
SHEFA PEB
F
R055428
055428
Lausake
05
SHEFA
Emao
SHEFA PEB
E
R054608
054608
Burumba
05
SHEFA
Epi
SHEFA PEB
F
R054629
054629
Lokopue
05
SHEFA
Epi
SHEFA PEB
F
R054630
054630
Mabfilau
05
SHEFA
Epi
SHEFA PEB
E
R054631
054631
Maganua (Ngala)
05
SHEFA
Epi
SHEFA PEB
E
R054640
054640
Mobarawa (Moriu)
05
SHEFA
Epi
SHEFA PEB
E
R054603
054603
Nalema
05
SHEFA
Epi
SHEFA PEB
E
R054646
054646
Nulnessa
05
SHEFA
Epi
SHEFA PEB
E
R054651
054651
Sara
05
SHEFA
Epi
SHEFA PEB
E
R054653
054653
Sikembo
05
SHEFA
Epi
SHEFA PEB
E
R0546378
0546378
Votlo
05
SHEFA
Epi
SHEFA PEB
F
R056022
056022
Ifira
05
SHEFA
Ifira
SHEFA PEB
F
R056023
056023
Ifira
05
SHEFA
Ifira
SHEFA PEB
E
R054627
054627
Lamenu
05
SHEFA
Laman
SHEFA PEB
E
R055905
055905
Amoro
05
SHEFA
Lelepa
SHEFA PEB
E
R055232
055232
Makira
05
SHEFA
Makira
SHEFA PEB
E
R055338
055338
Mataso
05
SHEFA
Mataso
SHEFA PEB
E
R055860
055860
Tasiriki
05
SHEFA
Moso
SHEFA PEB
E
R055743
055743
Noaiwia
05
SHEFA
Nguna
SHEFA PEB
E
R055458
055458
Tangovawia
05
SHEFA
Pele
SHEFA PEB
E
R054909
054909
Coconak
05
SHEFA
Tongariki
SHEFA PEB
E
R054817
054817
Ere
05
SHEFA
Tongoa
SHEFA PEB
E
R054821
054821
Hiwelo
05
SHEFA
Tongoa
SHEFA PEB
E
R054825
054825
Katundaula
05
SHEFA
Tongoa
SHEFA PEB
F
R054834
054834
Malawia
05
SHEFA
Tongoa
SHEFA PEB
F
R054841
054841
Naworaone
05
SHEFA
Tongoa
SHEFA PEB
E
R054844
054844
Nottage
05
SHEFA
Tongoa
SHEFA PEB
E
R0554390
0554390
Nuakwanapu Primary School
05
SHEFA
Efate
SHEFA PEB
E








Type: Primary School and Community Secondary School: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 8)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R050201
050201
Anabrou
05
SHEFA
Efate
SHEFA PEB
F
R055410
055410
Ekipe
05
SHEFA
Efate
SHEFA PEB
E
R055416
055416
Erakor
05
SHEFA
Efate
SHEFA PEB
E
R055414
055414
Eratap
05
SHEFA
Efate
SHEFA PEB
E
R055418
055418
Eton
05
SHEFA
Efate
SHEFA PEB
E
R050206
050206
Freshwota
05
SHEFA
Efate
SHEFA PEB
E
R050207
050207
Freshwota
05
SHEFA
Efate
SHEFA PEB
F
R050221
050221
Kawenu
05
SHEFA
Efate
SHEFA PEB
E
R055436
055436
Manua
05
SHEFA
Efate
SHEFA PEB
E
R055439
055439
Melemaat
05
SHEFA
Efate
SHEFA PEB
E
R055447
055447
Pango
05
SHEFA
Efate
SHEFA PEB
E
R055455
055455
Suango
05
SHEFA
Efate
SHEFA PEB
F
R050217
050217
Vila East
05
SHEFA
Efate
SHEFA PEB
E
R055435
055435
Mangarongo
05
SHEFA
Emau
SHEFA PEB
E
R054601
054601
Akama
05
SHEFA
Epi
SHEFA PEB
E
R054607
054607
Bonkovio
05
SHEFA
Epi
SHEFA PEB
F
R054642
054642
Nikaura
05
SHEFA
Epi
SHEFA PEB
E
R054663
054663
Yevali
05
SHEFA
Epi
SHEFA PEB
E
R055713
055713
Eles
05
SHEFA
Nguna
SHEFA PEB
E
R054824
054824
Itakuma
05
SHEFA
Tongoa
SHEFA PEB
F








Type: Junior Secondary School: Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 10)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0502115
0502115
Centre Ville
05
SHEFA
Efate
SHEFA PEB
F
R0554303
0554303
Ulei
05
SHEFA
Efate
SHEFA PEB
E
R0502114
0502114
Vila North
05
SHEFA
Efate
SHEFA PEB
E
R0551311
0551311
Nofo
05
SHEFA
Emae
SHEFA PEB
E
R0546305
0546305
Burumba
05
SHEFA
Epi
SHEFA PEB
F
R0502113
0502113
Ifira
05
SHEFA
Ifira
SHEFA PEB
E
R0548308
0548308
Napangasale
05
SHEFA
Tongoa
SHEFA PEB
E








Type: Junior & Senior Secondary School : Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 12)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Municipality
Administration
Language
R0546306
0546306
Epi
05
SHEFA
Epi
SHEFA PEB
E








Type: Junior & Senior Secondary School : Registered to Offer ( Years 7 - 14)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Municipality
Administration
Language
R0502104
0502104
Lycée LAB
05
SHEFA
Efate
SHEFA PEB
F
R0502105
0502105
Malapoa
05
SHEFA
Efate
SHEFA PEB
E
R0502100
0502100
Central
05
SHEFA
Efate
SHEFA PEB
E








Government of Vanuatu



Ministry of Education








GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS ADMINISTERED BY TAFEA PROVINCIAL EDUCATION BOARD








Type: Primary Schools: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 6)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R066701
066701
Analgauhat
06
TAFEA
Aneityum
TAFEA PEB
E
R066423
066423
Irumori
06
TAFEA
Aniwa
TAFEA PEB
E
R066304
066304
Dillon's Bay
06
TAFEA
Erromango
TAFEA PEB
E
R066405
066405
Dillon's Bay
06
TAFEA
Erromango
TAFEA PEB
F
R066373
066373
Port Melou
06
TAFEA
Erromango
TAFEA PEB
F
R066374
066374
Port Narvin
06
TAFEA
Erromango
TAFEA PEB
E
R066379
066379
Tapisi
06
TAFEA
Erromango
TAFEA PEB
E
R066382
066382
Umponielogi
06
TAFEA
Erromango
TAFEA PEB
E
R066529
066529
Ishia
06
TAFEA
Futuna
TAFEA PEB
E
R066491
066491
Day Spring
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
E
R066406
066406
Dip Point
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
E
R066409
066409
Eniou
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
F
R066412
066412
Green Hill
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
E
R066416
066416
Ietap
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
E
R066421
066421
Imanaka
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
F
R066425
066425
Iquaramanu
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
E
R066426
066426
Isaka
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
E
R066427
066427
Isangel
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
F
R066428
066428
Isangel
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
E
R066430
066430
Isla
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
E
R066487
066487
Iwunmit
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
F
R066432
066432
Iwunmit
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
E
R066435
066435
King's Cross
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
F
R066436
066436
Kwamera
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
E
R066438
066438
Labongtaoua
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
F
R066440
066440
Lamanaruan
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
F
R066415
066415
Lamkail
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
E
R066444
066444
Lamnatou
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
F
R066445
066445
Lapkit
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
F
R066446
066446
Latun
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
E
R066447
066447
Launalang
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
F
R066449
066449
Lenakel
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
E
R066450
066450
Lenaken
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
F
R066451
066451
Lenaken
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
E
R066455
066455
Loukatai
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
E
R066456
066456
Lounabil
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
E
R066457
066457
Lounahunu
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
E
R066458
066458
Lounapayou
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
F
R066459
066459
Lounapkiko
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
E
R066460
066490
Lounialou (Kapalpal Christadelphians)
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
E
R066461
066461
Lousula
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
E
R066464
066464
Lowieru
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
F
R066465
066465
Manuapen
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
F
R066472
066472
Petros
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
E
R066375
066475
Port Patrict
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
E
R066476
066476
Port Resolutaion
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
E
R066483
066483
Yapilmai
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
F
R066485
066485
Yenumakel
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
F
R066486
066486
Yevenkula
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
E
R066480
066480
Tuhu
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
E
R066442
066442
Lamapruan
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
F








Type: Primary School and Community Secondary School: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 8)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R066411
066411
Fetukai
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
E








Type: Junior Secondary School: Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 10)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0667300
0667300
Teruja
06
TAFEA
Aneityum
TAFEA PEB
E
R0663314
0663314
Ipota
06
TAFEA
Erromango
TAFEA PEB
E
R0665453
0665453
Ishia
06
TAFEA
Futuna
TAFEA PEB
E
R0664301
0664301
Ienaula
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
E
R0664495
0664495
Kwamera
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
E
R0664476
0664476
Lowiepeng
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
F
R0664506
0664506
Nauluken
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
E
R0664509
0664509
Latan (Tuhu)
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
E
R0664508
0664508
Lamapruan
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
F








Type: Junior & Senior Secondary School : Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 12)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0664303
0664303
Isangel
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
F
R0664305
0664305
Lenakel
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
E
R0664309
0664309
TAFEA (Lounakarian)
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
F








Type: Junior & Senior Secondary School : Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 13)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0664308
0664308
TAFEA
06
TAFEA
Tanna
TAFEA PEB
E








Government of Vanuatu



Ministry of Education








SCHOOLS ADMINISTERED BY APOSTOLIC CHURCH VANUATU EDUCATION AUTHORITY








Type: Primary Schools: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 6)







Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0222326
0222326
Tavumae
02
SANMA
Santo
ACV EA
E
R022287
022287
Tovotovo
02
SANMA
Santo
ACV EA
E
R032659
032659
Nataluhangele
03
PENAMA
Ambae
ACV EA
E








Type: Junior Secondary School: Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 10)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R032635
032635
Apostolic College
03
PENAMA
Ambae
ACV EA
E








Government of Vanuatu



Ministry of Education








SCHOOLS ADMINISTERED BY ANGLICAN CHURCH OF MELANESIA EDUCATION AUTHORITY








Type: Primary Schools: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 6)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R022225
022225
Lorovuilko
02
SANMA
Santo
ACOM EA
E
R022281
022281
Sakau
02
SANMA
Santo
ACOM EA
E
R022271
022271
St Banabas (Turtle Bay)
02
SANMA
Santo
ACOM EA
E
R022242
022242
St Paul
02
SANMA
Santo
ACOM EA
E
R0222474
0222474
Vusvongo
02
SANMA
Santo
ACOM EA
E








Type: Junior Secondary School: Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 10)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0101097
0101097
Losalava
01
TORBA
Gaua
ACOM EA
E
R0222513
0222513
Navele
02
SANMA
Santo
ACOM EA
E








Type: Junior & Senior Secondary School : Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 13)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0426303
0426303
St. Patrick's College
03
PENAMA
Ambae
ACOM EA
E
















Government of Vanuatu



Ministry of Education








SCHOOLS ADMINISTERED BY ASSEMBLIES OF GOD EDUCATION AUTHORITY








Type: Primary Schools: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 6)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R020109
020109
Santo Christian
02
SANMA
Santo
AOG EA
E
R042925
042925
Jehovah Nissi
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
AOG EA
E








Type: Junior Secondary School: Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 10)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0222310
0222310
Santo Christian
02
SANMA
Santo
AOG EA
E
R0329300
0329300
Jehovah Nissi
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
AOG EA
E








Government of Vanuatu



Ministry of Education









SCHOOLS ADMINISTERED BY BA'HAI EDUCATION AUTHORITY








Type: Primary Schools: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 6)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R 020108
020108
Rowhani
02
SANMA
Santo
Ba'hai EA
E








Type: Junior Secondary School: Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 10)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0222309
0222309
Rowhani
02
SANMA
Santo
Ba'hai EA
E
Government of Vanuatu



Ministry of Education








SCHOOLS ADMINISTERED BY CATHOLIC EDUCATION AUTHORITY








Type: Primary Schools: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 6)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R 022213
022213
Fanafo
02
SANMA
Santo
Catholic EA
F
R022270
022270
Notre Dame de Lourdes (Tolomako)
02
SANMA
Santo
Catholic EA
F
R 022250
022250
St. Joseph (Pesena)
02
SANMA
Santo
Catholic EA
F
R 022257
022257
St. Joseph (Rowok)
02
SANMA
Santo
Catholic EA
F
R 020104
020104
St. Michel
02
SANMA
Santo
Catholic EA
F
R022248
022248
St. Pierre (Okoro)
02
SANMA
Santo
Catholic EA
F
R 022253
022253
Ste. Anne (Port Olry)
02
SANMA
Santo
Catholic EA
F
R 022244
022244
Vusiroro
02
SANMA
Santo
Catholic EA
F
R032624
032624
Lolopuepue
03
PENAMA
Ambae
Catholic EA
F
R032627
032627
Loone
03
PENAMA
Ambae
Catholic EA
E
R032633
032633
St.Jean-Baptiste (Nangire)
03
PENAMA
Ambae
Catholic EA
F
R032808
032808
Baie-Barrier
03
PENAMA
Pentecost
Catholic EA
F
R032819
032819
Lalzadette
03
PENAMA
Pentecost
Catholic EA
F
R032822
032822
Latano (Loltong)
03
PENAMA
Pentecost
Catholic EA
F
R032826
032826
Londar (Baie-Martelli)
03
PENAMA
Pentecost
Catholic EA
F
R032830
032830
Melsisi
03
PENAMA
Pentecost
Catholic EA
F
R032832
032832
Namaram
03
PENAMA
Pentecost
Catholic EA
F
R032844
032844
Rangsuksuk
03
PENAMA
Pentecost
Catholic EA
F
R032848
032848
St Henri (Lonfis)
03
PENAMA
Pentecost
Catholic EA
F
R032855
032855
Tsimbwege
03
PENAMA
Pentecost
Catholic EA
F
R032856
032856
Ubiku
03
PENAMA
Pentecost
Catholic EA
F
R044316
044316
Craig Cove
04
MALAMPA
Ambrym
Catholic EA
F
R044357
044357
Olal
04
MALAMPA
Ambrym
Catholic EA
F
R044359
044359
Paamal
04
MALAMPA
Ambrym
Catholic EA
F
R044370
044370
Sessivi
04
MALAMPA
Ambrym
Catholic EA
F
R044376
044376
Tobol
04
MALAMPA
Ambrym
Catholic EA
F
R043101
043101
St. Louis (Atchin)
04
MALAMPA
Atchin
Catholic EA
F
R042919
042919
Dixon
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
Catholic EA
F
R042985
042985
Notre Dame de Walarano
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
Catholic EA
F
R042960
042960
Pikayer
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
Catholic EA
F
R042930
042930
St. Pierre Chanel (Lamap)
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
Catholic EA
F
R042944
042944
Ste Therese de Mae
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
Catholic EA
F
R042978
042978
Unmet
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
Catholic EA
F
R043081
043081
Vao Ilot
04
MALAMPA
Vao
Catholic EA
F
R0554320
0554320
St Jean-Maries Vianey (Lonest)
05
SHEFA
Efate
Catholic EA
F
R055426
055426
St. Joseph (Lagon II)
05
SHEFA
Efate
Catholic EA
F
R050214
050214
Ste Jeanne d'Arc
05
SHEFA
Efate
Catholic EA
F
R066781
066781
Umej
06
TAFEA
Aneityum
Catholic EA
F
R066410
066410
Enkatalei
06
TAFEA
Tanna
Catholic EA
F
R066417
066417
Ikakahak
06
TAFEA
Tanna
Catholic EA
F
R066418
066418
Ikiti
06
TAFEA
Tanna
Catholic EA
F
R066419
066419
Imafen
06
TAFEA
Tanna
Catholic EA
F
R066420
066420
Imaki
06
TAFEA
Tanna
Catholic EA
F
R066422
066422
Imaru
06
TAFEA
Tanna
Catholic EA
F
R066424
066424
Ipekel
06
TAFEA
Tanna
Catholic EA
F
R066431
066431
Itaku
06
TAFEA
Tanna
Catholic EA
F
R066441
066441
Lamenaura
06
TAFEA
Tanna
Catholic EA
F
R066448
066448
Lautapunga
06
TAFEA
Tanna
Catholic EA
F
R066453
066453
Loono
06
TAFEA
Tanna
Catholic EA
F
R066462
066462
Lowanatom
06
TAFEA
Tanna
Catholic EA
F
R066484
066484
Yenavateing
06
TAFEA
Tanna
Catholic EA
F








Type: Primary School and Community Secondary School: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 8)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R 020105
020105
Ste. Therese
02
SANMA
Santo
Catholic EA
F
R066453
066453
Lamlu
06
TAFEA
Tanna
Catholic EA
F
 
 
 





Type: Junior Secondary School: Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 10)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0426304
0426304
Tagaga
03
PENAMA
Ambae
Catholic EA
F
R0343303
0343303
Sessivi
04
MALAMPA
Ambrym
Catholic EA
F
R0429373
0429373
Walarano
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
Catholic EA
F
R0329309
0329309
Jean Vidil (Vao)
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
Catholic EA
F
R0329314
0329314
Lamap
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
Catholic EA
F
R0429379
0429379
Unmet
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
Catholic EA
F
R0554349
0554349
College de Montmarte
05
SHEFA
Efate
Catholic EA
F
R0664302
0664302
Imaki
06
TAFEA
Tanna
Catholic EA
F








Type: Junior, Senior Secondary and Technical School
Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 12 Junior and Senior Secondary and Years 11 -12 Technical)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0222307
0222308
St. Michel
02
SANMA
Santo
Catholic EA
F








Type: Junior & Senior Secondary School : Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 12)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R 0222324
0222324
Ste Anne (Port Olry)
02
SANMA
Santo
Catholic EA
F
R0428307
0428307
Melsisi
03
PENAMA
Pentecost
Catholic EA
F
R0429373
0429373
Walarano
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
Catholic EA
F








Type: Junior & Senior Secondary School : Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 13)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0554300
0554300
Lycée de Montmartre
05
SHEFA
Efate
Catholic EA
F
R0664313
0664313
Lowanotom
06
TAFEA
Tanna
Catholic EA
F








Government of Vanuatu



Ministry of Education








SCHOOLS ADMINISTERED BY CHURCHES OF CHRIST EDUCATION AUTHORITY








Type: Junior Secondary School and Technical School
Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 10 Junior Secondary and Years 11 -12 Technical)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0426301
0426301
Londua
03
PENAMA
Ambae
COC EA
E








Type: Junior & Senior Secondary School : Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 13)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0428308
0428308
Ranwadi High School
03
PENAMA
Pentecost
COC EA
E








Government of Vanuatu



Ministry of Education








SCHOOLS ADMINISTERED BY LA FEDERATION DE L' ENSEIGNEMENT LIBRE PROTESTANT EDUCATION AUTHORITY








Type: Primary Schools: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 6)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R022218
022218
Ipayato
02
SANMA
Santo
FELP EA
F
R022227
022227
Malores
02
SANMA
Santo
FELP EA
F
R022230
022230
Marua
02
SANMA
Santo
FELP EA
F
R022236
022236
Namoru
02
SANMA
Santo
FELP EA
F
R022254
022254
Puama (Porema)
02
SANMA
Santo
FELP EA
F
R022265
022265
Tasmalum
02
SANMA
Santo
FELP EA
F
R022267
022267
Tcharanavusvus
02
SANMA
Santo
FELP EA
F
R022272
022272
Valabei
02
SANMA
Santo
FELP EA
F
R022276
022276
Vunakarikara
02
SANMA
Santo
FELP EA
F
R043115
043115
Chenard
04
MALAMPA
Atchin
FELP EA
F
R042909
042909
Benenaveth
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
FELP EA
F
R042952
042952
Metune
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
FELP EA
F
R042958
042958
Orap
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
FELP EA
F
R042963
042963
Rambeck
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
FELP EA
F
R042986
042986
Wiaru
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
FELP EA
F
R042989
042989
Womul
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
FELP EA
F
R022273
022273
Venie (Mataipevu)
02
SANMA
Santo
FELP EA
E








Type: Primary School and Community Secondary School: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 8)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R022232
022232
Mataloi
02
SANMA
Santo
FELP EA
F








Type: Junior Secondary School: Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 10)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0329305
0329305
Orap
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
FELP EA
F








Type: Junior Secondary School: Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 13)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0222304
0222304
Moli Valivu
02
SANMA
Santo
FELP EA
F








Government of Vanuatu



Ministry of Education








SCHOOLS ADMINISTERED BY NEIL THOMAS CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY EDUCATION AUTHORITY








Type: Primary Schools: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 6)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R050209
050209
NTCU Port Vila
05
SHEFA
Efate
NTCU EA
E








Type: Junior & Senior Secondary School : Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 13)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0502106
0502106
NTCU Port Vila Christian College
05
SHEFA
Efate
NTCU EA
E
Government of Vanuatu



Ministry of Education








SCHOOLS ADMINISTERED BY PRESBYTERIAN EDUCATION AUTHORITY








Type: Primary Schools: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 6)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0222523
0222523
Ulua
02
SANMA
Santo
PRESB EA
E
R0222524
0222524
Vasarei Levusai
02
SANMA
Santo
PRESB EA
E
R0554328
0554328
Sea Side Community
05
SHEFA
Efate
PRESB EA
E








Type: Junior & Senior Secondary School : Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 13)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0554301
0554301
Onesua Presbyterian College
05
SHEFA
Efate
PRESB EA
E








Government of Vanuatu



Ministry of Education








SCHOOLS ADMINISTERED BY SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST EDUCATION AUTHORITY








Type: Primary Schools: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 6)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R 022049
022049
Parker
02
SANMA
Aore
SDA EA
E
R 022279
022279
Sarakata SDA
02
SANMA
Santo
SDA EA
E
R044306
044306
Baiap
04
MALAMPA
Ambrym
SDA EA
E
R044323
044323
Fonteng
04
MALAMPA
Ambrym
SDA EA
E
R04329
044329
Lalinda
04
MALAMPA
Ambrym
SDA EA
E
R044337
044337
Linbul
04
MALAMPA
Ambrym
SDA EA
E
R044347
044347
Maranatha
04
MALAMPA
Ambrym
SDA EA
E
R044366
044366
Sanesup
04
MALAMPA
Ambrym
SDA EA
E
R042924
042924
Galilee
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
SDA EA
E
R0429344
0429344
Lavalsal
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
SDA EA
E
R042945
042945
Malua Bay
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
SDA EA
E
R042988
042988
Winn
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
SDA EA
E
R0554331
0554331
Fokona
05
SHEFA
Efate
SDA EA
E
R0551355
0551355
Maumau
05
SHEFA
Efate
SDA EA
E
R050219
050219
Olwie SDA
05
SHEFA
Efate
SDA EA
E
R050216
050216
Vila No 2 SDA
05
SHEFA
Efate
SDA EA
E
R054656
054656
Susana Mate
05
SHEFA
Epi
SDA EA
E
R054861
054861
Lakalaka (Tumaropa)
05
SHEFA
Tongoa
SDA EA
E
R0664493
0664493
Enekis
06
TAFEA
Tanna
SDA EA
E
R0664474
0664474
Entan - Vui (Hebron)
06
TAFEA
Tanna
SDA EA
E
R0664494
0664494
Leauer
06
TAFEA
Tanna
SDA EA
E
R066454
066454
Loukaru (Lounalou)
06
TAFEA
Tanna
SDA EA
E
R0664480
0664480
Lowenata
06
TAFEA
Tanna
SDA EA
E








Type: Primary School and Community Secondary School: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 8)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R 022102
022102
Amapelao
02
SANMA
Malo
SDA EA
E








Type: Junior Secondary School: Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 10)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0326331
0326331
PENAMA Adventist College
03
PENAMA
Ambae
SDA EA
E
R0443374
0443374
Maranatha
04
MALAMPA
Ambrym
SDA EA
E
R0664304
0664304
Kwataparen
06
TAFEA
Tanna
SDA EA
E
R0546307
0546307
Port Quimie
05
SHEFA
Epi
SDA EA
E








Type: Junior & Senior Secondary School : Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 12)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0502109
0502109
Epauto
05
SHEFA
Efate
SDA EA
E








Type: Junior & Senior Secondary School : Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 13)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R 0220300
0220300
Aore Adventist Academy
02
SANMA
Aore
SDA EA
E
















Government of Vanuatu



Ministry of Education








SCHOOLS ADMINISTERED BY COMMUNITY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL VANUATU LIMITED EDUCATION AUTHORITY








Type: Primary Schools: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 6)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R050212
0554354
Port Vila Community Christian
05
SHEFA
Efate
CCSV EA
E
R055467
055467
Betany Community Christian
05
SHEFA
Efate
CCSV EA
E
R066471
066471
Alofa
06
TAFEA
Tanna
CCSV EA
E
R066433
066433
Kamahau (Karimasanga)
06
TAFEA
Tanna
CCSV EA
E
R0664310
0664310
North Gate (North Tanna) Christian Community
06
TAFEA
Tanna
CCSV EA
E
R066478
066478
Tafea (Lenakel) Christian
06
TAFEA
Tanna
CCSV EA
E








Type: Junior Secondary School: Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 10)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R055467
055467
Betany Community Christian
05
SHEFA
Efate
CCSV EA
E
R0664310
0664310
North Gate (North Tanna) Christian Community
06
TAFEA
Tanna
CCSV EA
E
R0664307
0664307
Tafea (Lenakel) Christian
06
TAFEA
Tanna
CCSV EA
E








Government of Vanuatu



Ministry of Education








SCHOOLS ADMINISTERED BY BOKISSA ISLAND EDUCATION AUTHORITY








Type: Primary Schools: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 6)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
 
 
Bokissa
02
SANMA
Bokissa
Bokissa Island EA
E








Government of Vanuatu



Ministry of Education








SCHOOLS ADMINISTERED BY CHILD CARE CENTER EDUCATION AUTHORITY








Type: Primary Schools: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 6)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R050204
050204
Child Care Centre
05
SHEFA
Efate
Childcare Center EA
E








Government of Vanuatu



Ministry of Education








SCHOOLS ADMINISTERED BY CHRISTIAN MISSION CENTER EDUCATION AUTHORITY








Type: Primary Schools: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 6)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R 020113
020113
Luganville Covenant Community
02
SANMA
Santo
CMC EA
E








Type: Junior Secondary School: Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 10)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0201104
0201104
Luganville Covernant Community
02
SANMA
Santo
CMC EA
E








Government of Vanuatu



Ministry of Education








SCHOOLS ADMINISTERED BY CLEMENT EDUCATION AUTHORITY








Type: Junior & Senior Secondary School : Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 12)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0502111
0502111
Tebakor
05
SHEFA
Efate
Clement EA
E








Government of Vanuatu



Ministry of Education








SCHOOLS ADMINISTERED BY COLWYN DINGLEY EDUCATION AUTHORITY








Type: Primary Schools: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 6)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R010504
010504
Island Rock Christian
01
TORBA
Mota Lava
Colwyn Dingley EA
E








Government of Vanuatu



Ministry of Education








SCHOOLS ADMINISTERED BY GRACE BAPTIST EDUCATION AUTHORITY








Type: Primary Schools: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 6)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R050222
050222
Grace Baptist
05
SHEFA
Efate
Grace Baptist EA
E








Type: Junior & Senior Secondary School : Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 12)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0554391
0554391
Grace Baptist
05
SHEFA
Efate
Grace Baptist EA
E








Government of Vanuatu



Ministry of Education








SCHOOLS ADMINISTERED BY JAMES TURA EDUCATION AUTHORITY








Type: Junior Secondary School: Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 10)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0222301
0222301
Bombua
02
SANMA
Santo
James Tura EA
E








Government of Vanuatu



Ministry of Education








SCHOOLS ADMINISTERED BY MINISTERE EDUCATION NATIONAL FRANCE EDUCATION AUTHORITY








Type: Primary Schools: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 6)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R050205
050205
Ecole Francaise
05
SHEFA
Efate
MENF EA
F








Type: Junior & Senior Secondary School : Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 13)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0502101
0502101
Ecole Francaise
05
SHEFA
Efate
MENF EA
F








Government of Vanuatu



Ministry of Education








SCHOOLS ADMINISTERED BY LEKAN EDUCATION AUTHORITY








Type: Primary Schools: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 6)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0429358
0429358
Lekan School
04
MALAMPA
Malekula
Lekan EA
E
















Government of Vanuatu



Ministry of Education








SCHOOLS ADMINISTERED BY PETER PAN GRAMMER EDUCATION AUTHORITY








Type: Primary Schools: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 6)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R050211
050211
Peter Pan International
05
SHEFA
Efate
Peter Pan Grammer EA
E








Government of Vanuatu



Ministry of Education








SCHOOLS ADMINISTERED BY PIKININI PLAYTIME CHILDCARE & EDUCATION CENTRE EDUCATION AUTHORITY








Type: Primary Schools: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 6)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0554392
0554392
Pikinini Playtime Childcare & Education Centre
05
SHEFA
Efate
PPCEC EA
E








Government of Vanuatu



Ministry of Education








SCHOOLS ADMINISTERED BY PORT VILA INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION AUTHORITY








Type: Primary Schools: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 6)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R050211
050211
Port Vila International
05
SHEFA
Efate
Port Vila International EA
E








Type: Junior Secondary School: Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 10)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0502107
0502107
Port Vila International
05
SHEFA
Efate
Port Vila International EA
E








Government of Vanuatu



Ministry of Education








SCHOOLS ADMINISTERED BY SOROVANGA COMMUNITY EDUCATION AUTHORITY








Type: Primary Schools: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 6)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R055454
055454
Sorovanga
05
SHEFA
Efate
Sorovanga Community EA
E








Type: Junior Secondary School: Registered to Offer (Years 7 - 10)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0554302
0554302
Sorovanga
05
SHEFA
Efate
Sorovanga Community EA
E








Government of Vanuatu



Ministry of Education








SCHOOLS ADMINISTERED BY SURVIVAL COMMUNITY EDUCATION AUTHORITY








Type: Primary Schools: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 6)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R050215
050215
Survival
05
SHEFA
Efate
Survival Community EA
E








Government of Vanuatu



Ministry of Education








SCHOOLS ADMINISTERED BY TIMOTHY ATEMANU EDUCATION AUTHORITY








Type: Primary Schools: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 6)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R 022231
022231
Mataevura
02
SANMA
Santo
Timothy Atemanu EA
E








Government of Vanuatu



Ministry of Education








SCHOOLS ADMINISTERED BY TAMOL VANUA EDUCATION AUTHORITY








Type: Primary Schools: Registered to Offer (Years 1 - 6)








Reg No.
VEMIS ID
School
Provincial Code
Province
Island
Administration
Language
R0217306
0217306
Tamol Vanua Primary
02
SANMA
Santo
Mavea Community EA
E
















Abbreviations
ACOM
Angligan Church of Melanesia
 
 
 
 
 
ACV
Apostolic Church Vanuatu
 
 
 
 
 
AOG
Assemblies of God
 
 
 
 
 
COC
Churches of Christ
 
 
 
 
 
CSS
Community Secondary school
 
 
 
 
 
EA
Education Authority
 
 
 
 
 
FELP
La Federation Eglise Libre Protestant
 
 
 
 
JSS
Junior Secondary School
 
 
 
 
 
MENF
Ministere Education National France
 
 
 
 
NTCU
Neil Thomas Christian University
 
 
 
 
 
PEB
Provincial Education Board
 
 
 
 
 
PPCEC
Pikinini Playtime Childcare & Education Centre
 
 
 
 
PRESB
Presbyterian
 
 
 
 
 
PS
Primary School
 
 
 
 
 
Reg No.
School Registration Number
 
 
 
 
 
SDA
Seventh Day Adventist
 
 
 
 
 
SS
Senior Secondary School
 
 
 
 
 
VEMIS ID
Vanuatu Information Management Information System Identification Number
 
 
 
 
 
 


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