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Sickbay Updates

Ms Maria Orogo (Belle)
School Nurse

Free VISION SCREENING PROGRAM for Preps to Year 2 Students

Mr. Ahmed Azzam will be coming to our school to perform Free vision screening to students from preps to Year 2.

The Vision screening session will be scheduled at the school on 09th & 10th of MARCH 2022.

Students who will participate in the said program will be called in their classrooms to be seen by the optometrist at the HALL.


There are some students coming in the sickbay these past few days with upset stomach and headache.

Please do not send your child to school when they are sick or unwell.

Symptoms includes the following:

  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Headache
  • Sore throat
  • Stomach upset
  • Low grade Fever

Student should stay at home for at least 24-48 hours or until they have been free of symptoms to prevent further spread of any illness to other students. It is also recommended that your child do the RAT test if they have symptoms, and must have a negative result.

If you have any concerns, please seek medical advice.


Students from Year 3 to 6 must wear face masks in an indoor space at our school. Unless exemption applies. Please ensure that your child bring their own face masks and pack a spare on their Bags.

For more Info please click the link below:


As part of Australian International Academy’s commitment to meeting our legislative requirements, it is important to have an up to date information about the management of your child’s asthma and we require you to provide us with the most current Asthma/ Anaphylaxis Action Plan of your child. This must be reviewed every year or whenever your child’s treatment or medication changes and must be signed by your child’s medical practitioner.


Our school are unable to store and administer any of the medications like (Nurofen,Panadol) unless a medical condition is known and a letter is provided by your doctor.

All medications that need to be administered at school should have a written Medication Consent form Signed by the parents it should be in its original pack with pharmacist label. (Name, Dosage and Frequency of medication).

The medication itself also needs to be in its original container with

** The student’s name, dosage and instructions provided by the pharmacist.

Please click on the tab below for a medical consent form.

Medication consent forms

Thank you and Stay Healthy everyone.

Ms Maria Orogo (Belle)

School Nurse