Absences & Consent
Thank you for working with us to ensure the safety of all students in our care.
If a student is unable to attend due to illness or other reasons, please notify Student Services on email@example.com or 9540 4411.
If a student is marked absent (and it isn’t rectified before 10am) Student Services notify parents by SMS. This is for student safety and to make addressing absences easier for parents.
Students who are late, even if only a few minutes, must sign in and get a late note. This ensures attendance is accurate and they are marked present. This is essential for emergency information, and also prevents parents from receiving absentee messages when students are at school.
To mark themselves 'late', students simply sign in on the iPad at the reception kiosk in Student Services. They are then printed a receipt which needs to be taken to their class teacher. Secondary students can use their student cards to sign in with kiosk by scanning their barcode with the rear camera.
Students who need to be signed out during the day for appointments, or other reasons, must provide a written note or notification via email or phone to Student Services. If given, Secondary students can sign themselves out and wait to be collected in front reception. Primary students must be signed out by parents from Student Services and then collected from the classroom.
Our school app was developed by our Year 9 Media students in 2016. This has up-to-date contact information, primary and secondary calendars, newsletters, and more. It also has an Absentee Form that can be used by parents to alert Student Services of illness or upcoming holidays.
All medical and excursion information is done through Consent2Go. Parents are emailed a link used to update contact and medical information at regular intervals. If you require information to be updated at a time other than when the email has been sent out, you can request an update link here.
All events and excursions will generate an email invitation. You're required to check through contact and medical information as a part of the process, ensuring everything is up-to-date. Simply review and accept, and the student will be marked as attending the event or excursion.