Hello, I'll keep this brief. Child (6) has told step-sibling (5) that she is being moved school but her mother, has told her not to tell me or her stepmother and asked her step-sibling not to tell either of us also. The step-sibling obviously told us. My question is, as a self-representing, father what are my next steps? In the current interim orders, there is no stipulation of parental responsibility, however, in every parenting agreement over the last 3 years, it has been noted that we have equal shared parental responsibility. Even in my initiating application and the mother's response, it states equal shared parental responsibility. I am listed on child's schooling forms and it has been noted that proceedings have just started, however, I was informed that they cannot stop her from enrolling. They can only advise the new school of the current circumstances and it then is up to that school if they allow the enrollment. Next court date is scheduled early September after 11f conference. What are my legal preventative options here under family law? I know that there is no reasoning behind the move, as in the mother has not moved residence. It would be because I am asking for 50/50 care. All handovers occur at the school unless it is not a school day then they occur at a handover destination. My worry is the mother will make the school move, then the courts will issue her to move her back, yes this may seem like a win but this is not the best interest of our child. She is already shy and anxious around new people. This disruption would be detrimental for her mental health.