Parent Helper Information

We welcome parents, carers and family members to volunteer across many different areas of our school. Activities may include helping in the classrooms with reading, writing and numeracy, attending excursions, assisting during swimming sessions, working in the canteen and garden, etc. 


How to become a classroom helper?


Step 1:  Organise your Working with Children Check

It is a requirement by law that all school volunteers have a valid Working with Children Check to work with students. The Working with Children Check (WWCC) is a screening process for assessing or re-assessing people who work with or care for children in Victoria.  A volunteer WWCC can be obtained from the Working With Children Check website.

Applications can take between 3-12 weeks to process.


Once you have your WWCC, email a copy to


Step 2: Watch the Child Safe Standards – Volunteer Training video

The Child Safe Standards – Volunteer Training video is approximately 6 minutes in duration and discusses the Child Safe Standards, Child Safety Policy, Volunteers Policy, Child Safety Code of Conduct and expectations of volunteers at the school.

Click on the link to view the video:


Step 3: Complete the Child Safety Quiz

Please click on the link and successfully complete the Child Safety Quiz. A score of 7/7 is required however you can rewatch and submit another response immediately if you do not receive 100%.


Step 4: Sign the Child Safety - Code of Conduct  

Please read and acknowledge the Child Safety – Code of Conduct. We have hard copy forms available at reception or click on the link to complete online form.




Parent Helper Additional Information video

This video covers ways volunteers can help at school and general tips when working with children.