Year 12

SICK BAY PROCEDURES

If your child is ill, he/she must go through the correct procedures. The student is to obtain a pass from the teacher then proceed to  the Health Centre. The Nurse will make contact with the parent if necessary.

If you have a Medical Appointment a  note needs to be written stating this. This note shown to the teacher and the child is then  signed out at the Learning Team Office. These procedures are in place for the Health and Safety of your child.

 

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COMMUNICATING WITH PARENTS VIA SMS

We have added an SMS facility to eWorkSpace, which will primarily be used to notify parents of student absences, but communications may include reminders regarding meetings, sports days etc.

An SMS regarding attendance will be sent if your son or daughter is not in attendance at school and you have not notified our Attendance Officers:

Chisholm, Frost, Hollows and Monash – 8768 1051
Dunlop, Flynn, Kenny and O’Donoghue – 8768 1086
Year 12 either 8768 1051 or 8768 1086

An SMS will be sent after morning administration and relevant data has been entered into the system at approximately 11am. Once you receive the message could you please contact our Attendance Officer on the above numbers.The success of this system clearly relies on accurate records of mobile phone numbers, so it is essential that you keep us informed of any changes.

 

 

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Senior Students Medical Certificates

A refinement of the process in regard to medical certificates for Senior students in Years 10, 11 and 12, has been implemented .

Year 10 and 11 students with a medical certificate:

1:  Students are to take their Medical Certificate to their Student Learning Leader’s Office upon their return to school.

2:  The Attendance Officer will enter the information into the ‘Attendance’ section of eworkspace. Parents can check the Parent Portal to ensure the attendance information has been correctly entered into the system.

3: The Attendance Officer will stamp the certificate ‘entered’ and place the certificate in the home group teacher’s pigeon hole.

4: The home group teacher will store the certificate.

 

Year 12 students with a medical certificate:

1: Students are to take their Medical Certificate to the Coordinator’s Office upon their return to school.

2: A Year 12 Coordinator will enter the information into the ‘Attendance’ section of eworkspace. Parents can check the Parent Portal to ensure the attendance information has been correctly entered into the system.

3: A Year 12 Coordinator will stamp the certificate ‘entered’ and store the certificate.

 

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No Second Chance

YEAR 12 – NO SECOND CHANCE TALK

On Thursday, 8th May the team from No Second Chance visited Berwick College to educate the students about road carnage and street violence. The program is a unique and revolutionary Youth Safety Campaign with the clear objective of saving teenage lives arising from the tragic consequences of Youth Violence and Road Accidents.

No Second Chance confronts the youth of Australia and shocks them into making smart decisions regarding their own safety. The presentation was confronting and at times very emotional, moving both staff and students.

A big thank-you to Sarah Ward from Year 12 who recommended the program after seeing a preview on Channel 7.

For further information about the program please visit http://n2c.com.au

 

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