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FORMS

Student Enrolment Form

Please make contact with Yarragon Primary School before completing an enrolment form.

Hard copies of enrolment forms are also available at the school office. 

 

2024 Parent Contributions

Schools provide students with free instruction to fulfil the standard Victorian curriculum and we want to assure you that all contributions are voluntary. Nevertheless, the ongoing support of our families ensures that our school can offer the best possible education and support for our students.   To view our Parent Contribution Form click below.

 

2024 Camps Sports and Excursions Fund Application Form

Parents or legal guardians are required to complete a Camps Sports and Excursions Fund application form and lodge it with their child’s school for processing. 

Application forms should be completed and lodged with schools as soon as possible in term one, as payments are made from March onwards. However schools will be able to accept and process applications up until the end of term two each year. 
Application forms are available for download on this page or printed copies are available at schools. 


Shared Custody 

The CSEF system only allows one application per student. Parents in shared custody situations are encouraged to make decisions as to who applies for the CSEF. Schools should not be put into the position of arbitrating in decisions such as this. 

If the parents cannot decide between themselves who should apply, they should be encouraged to resolve the dispute through the Family Court, or contact the Department's CSEF Helpdesk for more information on 1800 060 970

Centrepay

A free and voluntary service to pay bills and expenses as regular deductions from your Centrelink payments. 

You can start, change or cancel deductions at any time, to meet your needs. 

This is a fantastic way to manage your finances while having money automatically deducted from your payments. You can pay for school / kinder fees, camps and excursions. 

If you would like to register for Centrepay please collect an application form from the school office, complete and return to school.

Centrepay - Services Australia

 

Medication at School 

If a student requires medication, Yarragon primary School encourages parents to arrange for medication to be taken outside school hours.  However, Yarragon Primary School understands that students may need to take medication at school or school activities.  To support students to do so safely, Yarragon Primary School will follow the procedure set out in this policy.  

 

Authority to administer


If a student needs to take medication while at school or at a school activity:


• Parents/carers will need to arrange for the student’s treating medical/health practitioner to provide written
advice to the school which details:
o
the name of the medication required
o the dosage amount
o the time the medication is to be taken
o how the medication is to be taken
o the dates the medication is required, or whether it is an ongoing medication
o how the medication should be stored.


• In most cases, parents/carers should arrange for written advice to be provided in a Medication Authority
Form which a student’s treating medical/health practitioner should complete.


• If advice cannot be provided by a student’s medical/health practitioner, the Principal (or their nominee) may
agree that written authority can be provided by, or the Medication Authority Form can be completed by a
student’s parents/carers.


• The Principal may need to consult with parents/carers to clarify written advice and consider student’s
individual preferences regarding medication administration (which may also be provided for in a student’s
Student Health Support Plan).


Parents/carers can contact the school administration team for a Medication Authority Form or download a form here:

 

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