This page contains useful information for parents about school procedures as well as links to policies and forms.
When your child is away from school, a written explanation is required upon return stating the reason for absence.
In case of accident or illness, it may be necessary to contact you in a hurry. As a result you will be asked to complete a 'Confidential Student Information Form' when enrolling. Please remember to notify the school of any changes to this information.
Communication books /student diaries are supplied to each student and are used daily to communicate messages between school and home.
Lunches are either bought from home or incorporated into the daily program. Any costs incurred are included in a weekly fee.
A number of students require medication to control a variety of conditions such as asthma, epilepsy, diabetes, etc. Students who have a medical condition or illness where their safety at school could be affected should have a written 'Individual Medical Condition Management Plan' from their doctor. Teachers can only administer medication with full written instructions stating the name and dosage of the medication, amount to be administered and the time it is to be administered. All medication must be in a clearly labelled dosette box and handed to the bus chaperone or classroom teacher. Medication must not remain in school bags in the classroom.
Teachers are regularly involved in meetings or attend professional development before and after school. If you require a meeting during this time, please ring to ensure their availability.
If you wish to pick your child up from school before the end of the school day, it is essential that you visit the office and sign them out. If a responsible adult other than a parent is to pick your child up from school or meet them from the bus, please notify the school.