Section 60D of the Crimes Act 1900 displays definitions and is extracted below.
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Section 60D of the Crimes Act 1900 deals with the Definitions and reads as follows:
(1) In this Division:
“member of staff” of a school includes a person who performs voluntary work for the school.
(a) an infants school, primary school or secondary school (however described), and
(b) a child care facility for children under school age.
“school premises” includes parks and other community premises that are used by a school (but only while they are being used for the purposes of the school).
“school student” includes a child attending a child care facility.
(2) For the purposes of this Division, a school student or member of staff of a school is taken to be attending a school:
(a) while the student or member of staff is on school premises for the purposes of school work or duty (even if not engaged in school work or duty at the time), or
(b) while the student or member of staff is on school premises for the purposes of before school or after school child care, or
(c) while entering or leaving school premises in connection with school work or duty or before school or after school care.
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