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Absences

When your child has been away, or will be away it is essential that a written note is provided to the class teacher. The school is required by law to keep these notes.

Parking

The car park has a one way entry and exit route.  Please do not park in the administration parking area at the entrance to the office or stop where you will impede traffic movement.  Pick up/drop off at loading zone only (end of green fence)

School Crossing

There are two crossings for the students to use, one in Thompson Avenue and the other in Settlement Road.  These are manned by Crossing Supervisors from 8 am - 9 am and
3 pm - 4 pm.  Flags are out at these times. 

Buses

There is a Government bus service for those children living more than 4.8 km from the school.  Parents and students must complete a Bus Travel form to enable them to be entered on the bus roll. Children must be at their designated bus stop five minutes prior to pick up time.
School buses arrive and depart within the school grounds.  Teachers mark a bus roll each afternoon. 
More informationabout buses is available in the Information Booklet 2017.
Bus Travel Conditions Form
Bus Routes

Bikes

Children may ride bikes to school. It is not recommended for children under the age of 9 years to ride bikes to school unless accompanied by an adult.   Bikes must NOT be ridden within the school grounds.

Click here for more information on Bikes and Bike Education.

Infectious Diseases

Regular attendance at school is most important, but some diseases like Whooping Cough, Measles, German Measles, Impetigo and Hepatitis require the child to be kept at home for some time.  Please let the class teacher know if your child will be absent.

The Victorian Government publishes an Infectious Diseases Exclusion Table and parents must comply with the conditions therein. Parents can check this table to see what conditions need to be met before an infected child can return to school.
Recommended minimum exclusion periods

 

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