Health Care Management Forms
The Department of Education requires all students with health issues to obtain a Health Care Management Plan. Therefore, as part of the enrolment process, the following medical information must be provided and the necessary paperwork completed before a student is officially enrolled at Aveley Secondary College. All sections need to be completed on each relevant form.
- A photocopy of the student’s immunisation history is required.
- Form 1 Student Health Care Summary. This must be completed for all students. This form will be provided upon enrolment.
If you indicate on your Enrolment Form and Student Health Care Summary that your child has an existing medical condition you will be provided with the relevant form to complete.
Form 2: Generic Health Care Plan
Form 4: Severe Allergy/Anaphylaxis Management *
Form 5: Minor & Moderate Allergy Management
Form 7: Seizure Management
Form 8: Asthma Management
Please visit the Diabetes WA website for templates;
- Twice daily injections
- Multiple daily injections
- Insulin Pump Therapy
- Type 2 Management Action Plan
All sections need to be completed on each relevant form.
*The medical conditions that require a medical practitioner’s signature are:
Form 4: Severe Allergy/Anaphylaxis Management
A photocopy of the student’s immunisation history is also required.
Ms Rachael Ball, Year 7-8 Deputy Principal or Ms Brigid Lovelock, Year 9-11 Deputy Principal, is available to discuss your application via email or phone 6296 1000.
Aveley Secondary College has a First Aid Officer located in Student Services Senior School who is able to assist with any minor injuries or ailments and oversee the student’s health records. This service is not designed to provide care for sick students who should otherwise be at home.
Any student, who becomes unwell or sustains a minor injury at school, must advise a staff member and be given permission to go to First Aid whereby arrangements will be made for the student’s collection by an authorised adult. Under no circumstance may students use a mobile phone to contact home and make arrangements to leave without the permission of the school.
In the event of students sustaining a serious injury whilst at the College, staff will assess the injury and make contact with you and any emergency services, for example an Ambulance, where necessary.
Administration of Medicine
In accordance with the Department of Education’s policies we are unable to provide any oral medication such as Nurofen/Panadol, cough drops, or anti-histamines. If your child suffers from ailments such as headaches, hayfever, or colds, you may deliver medication to the First Aid Officer for storage. Alternatively, your child can keep these in their College bag and self-administer as needed.
- Please ensure that any medication and equipment you provide for your child is in-date and in good working order.
- Any student medication and equipment that is stored on your behalf at the College for a long or short period of time, e.g. antibiotics, Epi-pens, or insulin, must be accompanied by the Administration of Medication form signed by the parent. Forms are available on our website or from the Administration office. Please provide replacement medication upon its expiry. Ventolins and Epi-Pens should be kept on the child.
If your child’s health needs change please contact our First Aid Officer who will be able to supply you with the appropriate forms.