Volunteering at OLOG

Volunteers at Our Lady of Grace School are able to complete the required Site and WHS Induction in the comfort of their own home. As a volunteer of Our Lady of Grace School, the following compliences are required to access our site:

Induction to Site

All volunteers at Our Lady of Grace School must complete the Induction to Site. To do this, a volunteer must:

Watch the video 'Volunteer Induction Presentation' and 'WHS Volunteer Induction Presentation', both videos have audio, so please ensure your speakers are on.
Read the Induction Booklet for Volunteers which includes:

  • Code of Conduct for Volunteers in Catholic schools
  • Work Health and Safety information
  • Duty of care and child protection, including mandatory notification
  • Responding to Risks of Harm, Abuse and Neglect – Education and Care Fundamentals course RRHAN-EC
  • Responding to Risks of Harm, Abuse and Neglect - Education and Care Information for Volunteers
  • Protective practices 
  • Privacy Information

Print, complete and return the following forms (if required, printed copies are available from the front office) and return completed copies to school Administration, in person or via email olog@olog.catholic.edu.au:

Working with Children Check

All Our Lady of Grace School volunteers must have a current Working with Children Check (WWCC).

If you do not have a current WWCC, you can obtain one through the School Administration. 

Volunteers requiring a WWCC should complete the WWCC Initiation Request Form which can be returned to our front office between 8.00am - 4.00pm. 

100 points of proof of identification is required for the WWCC application, please bring original copies (or certified copies). Proof of name change (e.g Marriage Certificate) will be required if the names on your ID documentation differ.

Responding to Risk of Harm, Abuse and Neglect- Education & Care

All volunteers at Our Lady of Grace School must have a current RRHAN-EC certificate (Responding to Risks of Harm, Abuse and Neglect – Education and Care).

Volunteers can access the free RRHAN-EC Fundamentals training at www.plink.sa.edu.au.

The training will take approximately 2 hours and is valid for 3 years. Once completed, a copy of your certificate must be emailed to olog@olog.catholic.edu.au

School Board
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School Board

The school is governed by a School Board, which generally meets twice per term. Membership of the School Board consists of the Parish Priest, Principal, Parents (six representatives), Staff representative, P&F association representative and other co-opted members from time to time. The board welcomes enquiries, suggestions, or any communication from our parents. Such enquiries are directed to the Chairperson or Principal. The School Board essentially hold a governing role deciding policy direction, managing financial affairs, and ensuring that the educational programme meets the stipulated aims of the school.

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Parents and Friends

The Parents and Friends is made up of parents who are extremely valuable to our school community. Monthly meetings of the association are held, the meetings and activities of our parents provide an excellent opportunity for making new friendships with other parents.   A well-organised Spring Fair in late October is the main activity, while many other events are held to provide social interaction and raise money for the school.  Among the functions undertaken by our Parents and Friends which directly support our school’s workload are: Working Bees, Canteen, School Uniform Shop, Fundraising, and Welcoming Committee. There is so much to be gained, for individuals and our school community, through our school’s tradition of an active Parents and Friends group. You are invited to take part in, and maintain, this strong tradition at Our Lady of Grace. 

Parents and Friends