Excursion and Camp Permission Letters

Excursion and Camp Permission letters are an integral part of the planning of excursions and camps. These letters are designed to provide students and parents/guardians with a range of key information about the excursion/camp. These permission letters are normally distributed to individual students by their teachers. Students are required to give the letter to their parent/guardian for completion of the consent form and return the completed consent form to the College by the date on the letter.

Sometimes students misplace these letters, for your convenience we upload each excursion/camp permission letter on to our website which allows you to print another copy. Please see below.

A reminder that as per our Enrolment Application and Annual Confirmation of Enrolment

  • Written informed consent from parents or guardians for school excursions must be obtained for any of the following:
    • taking the student out of the school environment for a day excursion that is outside the Shepparton and Mooroopna district.
    • overnight excursions/camps
  • Students without consent forms
    • Students who do not return the completed consent form which provides the College with signed permission from the parent/guardian to confirm the student’s attendance are not allowed to attend the excursion/camp

Any further queries, please don’t hesitate to contact
Mrs Kris Walker
Deputy Principal: Learning and Teaching


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