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St Clare’s Primary School is committed to ensuring the health and well-being of students whilst under our care.  This care extends to helping students to manage their health condition that require medication. The St Clare's Medication Policy details how routine, emergency and over-the-counter medications are to be administered to students at Brisbane Catholic Education schools.
Whilst the administration of medication is the responsibility of the parent or carer with legal responsibility for the student, school staff can assist a student with medication under the carer provisions of the Health (Drugs and Poisons) Regulation (1996) where medication is given during school hours or at school activities.
Download the St Clare's Primary School Medication Policy

Policy Appendices

  1. App_3_Medication Request - Form.pdfAppendix 3. Medication Request Form
  2. App_4_Individual_Health_Care_Plan_Form.pdfAppendix 4. Individual Health Care Plan
  3. Appendix 5. Information on Anaphylaxis for school staff
  4. Appendix 6. Five Rights of Medication Administration
  5. App_7_Medication_Register.pdfAppendix 7. Medication Register
  6. Appendix 8. Emergency Response for Anaphylaxis
  7. Appendix 9. Emergency Response for Diabetes
  8. Appendix 10. Emergency Response for Epilepsy
  9. Appendix 11. Emergency Response for Asthma
  10. App_12_Authority_Administer_Paracetamol_Form.pdfAppendix 12. Authority Administer Paracetamol Form