Please see Compass for details
Outside School Hours Care (OSHC)
Camp Australia – Guiding Children’s Growth
We are proud to partner with Camp Australia to provide our Outside School Hours Care (OSHC) program.
Camp Australia programs are centred on child enrichment, while ensuring a reliable, engaging and hassle-free OSHC service at our school. Their engaged educators foster a safe, inclusive environment where children can relax, have fun and grow.
Your OSHC – OSHC that inspires
Your OSHC is Camp Australia’s before school, after school and pupil free day program, tailored to the likes and interests of each child in service. Camp Australia’s educators design enriching experiences to inspire your children’s confidence, independence and imagination. In any one week, they could be participating in science experiments, active play, creative expression and more - they believe in learning through experience so that each child can grow.
For more information on Camp Australia or to enrol visit www.campaustralia.com.au
Program Contact Number: 1300 105 343
The Wattleview School Council has made school uniform compulsory on all occasions. Our purpose in having a school uniform is to:
- create a sense of identify and belonging and thus improving morale
- promote the school through more readily identifiable groups of children
- remove the pressures of fashions on parents and children
The uniform shop is now open every day by contacting the office.
VRQA (Child Safety Standards)
Child Safe Standard 1:
Establish a culturally safe environment in which the diverse and unique identities and experiences of Aboriginal children and young people are respected and valued.
Child Safe Standard 2:
Ensure that child safety and wellbeing are embedded in school leadership, governance and culture.
Child Safe Standard 3:
Children and young people are empowered about their rights, participate in decisions affecting them and are taken seriously.
Child Safe Standard 4:
Families and communities are informed and involved in promoting child safety and wellbeing.
Child Safe Standard 5:
Equity is upheld and diverse needs are respected in policy and practice.
Child Safe Standard 6:
People working with children and young people are suitable and supported to reflect child safety and wellbeing values in practice.
Child Safe Standard 7:
Ensure that processes for complaints and concerns are child focused.
Child Safe Standard 8:
Staff and volunteers are equipped with the knowledge, skills and awareness to keep children and young people safe through ongoing education and training.
Child Safe Standard 9:
Physical and online environments promote safety and wellbeing while minimising the opportunity for children and young people to be harmed.
Child Safe Standard 10:
Implementation of the Child Safe Standards is regularly reviewed and improved.
Child Safe Standard 11:
Policies and procedures that document how schools are safe for children, young people and students.