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This information is written by the Department of Education and Training. This is about the excursion consent form.
Excursions are school activities that students go to outside of school.
A consent form is a piece of paper you sign to say your child can go on an excursion.
The form tells you
All parents or guardians must sign the consent form to say their child can go on an excursion. Guardians are people who have a legal right to make choices for a child.
When you sign the form you say it is ok:
When you sign the form you say
If the school can not contact you when your child needs medical help, your child may get help from
When you sign the form you agree
You might want to get student accident insurance before the excursion. Student accident insurance can help families pay for accidents that happen on excursions.
Before you sign the form make sure you
You can get someone to help you. Ask the school questions if you do not understand any part of the form. You say yes to the excursion at the end of the form if you sign or type your name.
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