Wyrallah Road Public School logo

Wyrallah Road Public School

Wyrallah Road Public School

Opportunity Care Quality Success

Telephone02 6621 3363

Emailwyrallahrd-p.school@det.nsw.edu.au

Front office

 

Supervision

Supervision at school commences at 8.30am.  No parent or carer is permitted to take another child home without written permission from the parent to the teacher.

The class teacher must be notified of any change in the collection routine. Should you wish to collect your child early from class you must obtain a leave pass from the front office first. 

Late arrivals

Students are expected to attend classes punctually at the beginning of all lessons. If students are late to school for any reason they are to report to the office for a late note prior to going to their classroom. Parents should accompany the student to the office or send a note stating the reason for their late arrival. This procedure needs to be followed, especially in the case of an evacuation, where we need to account for each child. 

Leaving early

Permission to leave the school will be granted if supported by a note from home, the student is leaving in the parent’s company or if the Principal is satisfied that the reason for leaving the school is acceptable. If the parent / caregiver wish to collect their child from the school prior to 3.00pm they need to obtain a leave pass from the office before collecting the student from the classroom. The leave pass provides the school with a record of children who have left the school during the day which is essential in emergency situations and provides evidence why the child is out of school during school hours.

Absences

If your child/children is/are absent a written explanation is required within two weeks of the absence.  Absence note are filed and recorded.  Parents may also use the absentee eForm on the Skoolbag App. 

Medication

Medication requiring administration on a daily basis should be in an appropriate container, labelled with the student’s name and stored in the front office. This must be accompanied with a signed letter from parent / carer stating time and dosage required. A medical register is completed each time medication is administered, signed both by the student and the person who administered the medication. If your child requires regular medication, a form will need to be completed and is available from the office.

Enrolment of students

Children who reside in the local area are guaranteed a place in our school. Enrolment of non-local children is dependent upon placement availability in the appropriate class and requirements of the school Non-Local Enrolment Policy being met. A birth certificate, immunisation record and a proof of residence need to be sighted before enrolment can be finalised. Children enrolling in Kindergarten classes must attain the age of 5 years prior to 1st August in the year they are attending. Please contact the school office on 0266 213 363 to make an appointment. 

Emergency contacts

The school maintains computer records that provide contact numbers in case of a student accident or illness. It is imperative that you provide our Administration staff with current information. If there is a change in home, work or emergency contact details or court orders, please contact the school at your earliest convenience.

Payment of money

Money should be paid to your child's classroom teacher. When sending money to school please place in a sealed envelope and clearly mark your child's name and class on the front and what event the money is for. Money can also be paid via out Parent Online Payment (POP) system for amounts of more than $10. This can be accessed via the payment tab on the website or on the Skoolbag App.