Safe School Information

This page is maintained by the Safe School Committee. We hope to fill this area with information, tips and ideas that will help make our school community a safe and friendly environment for everyone.

Red Hats

You might have noticed that some of your schoolmates are wearing a Red Hat instead of the usual Green. This is just to let the teacher on duty know that your friends wearing Red Hats have a serious medical condition (ie. anaphylactic reaction to certain foods, bees etc and/or diabetes, asthma etc) and if they should get into any difficulty, the teacher will know what medical treatment is required.

Recipe for YUMMY cupcakes that are Nut, Dairy & Egg Free!

 

Ingredients:

  • 2 ½ cups Self Raising Flour
  • 2 teaspoons Egg Replacement
  • 1 cup Caster Sugar
  • 190 gms Nuttelex (Dairy free margarine)
  • 1 cup Soy Milk
  • 1 teaspoon Vanilla essence

Topping:

Epipen Club

A website dedicated to demonstrating how to use an Epipen correctly incase of a severe allergic reaction. Includes video footage.

http://www.epiclub.com.au/

Information for Parents and Visitors - School Evacuation/Lock-Down Drill

Emergency Evacuation/Lock-Down Procedures

Evacuation Signal: Evacuation Siren through the P.A. system.
Lock Down Signal: The Playing of Music through the P.A. system.

* The evacuation of students from potentially dangerous situations is to be
planned to ensure speedy and efficient operation. Standard procedures cannot
cope with every possible event. The prime concern is for the safety and
care of lives over property.
* A practise Emergency Evacuation/Lock-Down will be carried out each school
term.

Kiss 'n' Drive

KISS 'N' DRIVE - HOW DOES IT WORK?

This is a NO PARKING area:
8.15am – 8.40am
2.45pm – 3.15pm

Dropping Off:
· Drive forward as far as you can, close to the kerb.
· Keep engine running & only stay long enough to see your children
safely on to school grounds.
· Always ensure children alight from the vehicle on the kerb side.
· Allow space for the vehicle in front of you to access their car boot.
· Move forward slowly only if, and when, it is safe to do so.
Picking Up:
· Make prior arrangements with your child to be waiting at the

Medical Action Plans

Medical Action Plans for annual update.
Anaphylaxis (Insect allergy)Action Plan
Anaphylaxis Action Plan
Asthma Action Plan
Allergic Reactions Action Plan

by Dr. Radut