This page contains useful information about school procedures as well as a number of handy forms that parents can download.
When children are away from school a note or personal (phone) message must be given by parents. This way the school can make sure that the child was absent with parental consent.
Children must have permission to travel by bus. Bus forms for permanent and casual travel are available at the school office and can be downloaded from the School Forms section on this page.
For any changes to bus travel arrangements, parents are asked to contact the school and GIVE 24 HOURS NOTICE PRIOR TO TRAVEL
By law children must wear bicycle helmets to school. Children riding in a dangerous manner to or from school may be warned by teachers and where necessary, they will inform parents. Continued unsafe behaviour on bicycles will be reported to police for the children's own safety. All bicycles coming to school should be safe.
Generally, minor injuries at school are attended to by a teacher "on duty" at that time. In the event of a serious injury every effort will be made to contact parents immediately. If they cannot be contacted, then the emergency contact numbers supplied on the enrolment form will be used. It is recommended that all parents join an ambulance scheme.
The school operates a 'Parent-managed head lice program. This program offers regular head lice screening to assist with the control of head lice, and follows school council approved guidelines.
Infections spread quickly at school and children should be excluded if they are infectious. Click here to see a table detailing the minimum period of exclusion from Primary School for children with an infectious disease.
Sometimes it is necessary to send money to school with your child. Please ensure that it is in an envelope marked with all details of what the money is for and your child's name and grade.
Parents can request a copy of any school policy by contacting the school directly.