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Medication

If your child requires medication whilst at school please provide a statement/letter from the prescribing doctor and complete an ‘authority to administer medication’ form at the office. Medication must be supplied in its original, labeled packet, box or bottle.
Office staff are not permitted to administer medication without authorisation from a medical practitioner.  This is in line with current departmental policy.

Mobile Phones

Students are to hand any mobile phones or wifi/portable devices to the junior campus front office before 9:00am. These items can be collected after 3pm. Devices not collected at the end of the day will be locked away overnight.

Music Programs

Children have an opportunity to participate in musical activities including guitar groups and choirs. Free guitar tuition is offered to students in Years 3-6. The program is dependent on staff availability and run during lunchtime. Students are required to supply their own guitars. Choir is offered as part of a lunchtime program.

Wanniassa Junior Campus is well known for its Wakakirri performances. Students from Years 4-6 take part in Wakakirri Story/Dance every two years and have had some outstanding results at local and national levels.