Services and Reception Hours
8.00 am to 4.00 pm Monday to Friday
Our student services line is (07) 5549
We highly recommend parents utilise this service for
any school absence
Village State School's learning day is 8.50am to 2.50pm. We encourage
students to be on time and prepared to start the school
day. Classroom doors will be opened at 8.45am and students entering the
grounds before this time are asked to sit in the designated undercover area
until dismissed by a member of staff. Before school the oval and all
playground equipment are closed.
8.45am Doors Open Years Prep
to Year 6.
8.50am First Session Commences
11.00am First Break - EatingTime
11.15am First Break - PlayTime
11.45am Second Session Commences
1.15pm Second Break - Play
1.35pm Second Break - Eating
1.45pm Third Session Commences
2.50pm End of School Day
Eating time - during the
first break children are required to sit and eat their lunch for fifteen
minutes. Eating time is fully supervised by a member of staff. No
child is permitted to be playing during this time.
Arrival and Early Departure
Children arriving late
to school must report to the office for a late attendance to be registered. When children are required to leave school
early, they need to be signed out at the office by a parent or guardian
unless the parent has contacted the school to make alternative
arrangements. Children are not to be collected directly from class.
Student absences from
school must be reported. If your child is sick or the family has matters
to attend to, please inform the school by ringing the absentee line (5549
4266), sending an email, or writing a note so that we can record
the absence as an explained absence. If your child is constantly
away or constantly late without an explanation, we are obliged to report this
to the relevant authority.
Application for Exemption
is available when a child or a young person cannot attend (or it would be
unreasonable to attend) in the circumstances for a period of more than 10
consecutive school days:
Diagnosis of terminal medical condition
Illness or hospitalisation (including recovery period at home) for a period greater than 10 consecutive school days
Diagnosed mental health condition
complete the 'Application for Exemption' form and return to the office with substantial paperwork to
prove this absence.