Victoria Point State High School operates an annual Student
Resource Scheme (SRS).
A SRS is a service provided by the school to assist parents with a
cost effective alternative to purchasing textbooks, resources, consumables
and/or materials from elsewhere, through reduced prices gained from the
school’s bulk purchasing processes. These resources enhance the student’s
engagement with the curriculum.
A SRS provides a convenient option that offers good value to
participants and ensures participating students have access to the same
standard of resources. Parents will need to provide these resources themselves
if they choose not to participate in the SRS.
Our SRS is ratified and endorsed through our P & C and is widely
accepted by our wider school community as it provides exceptional value for
money to our families.
Whether or not you choose to participate in our SRS, parents must
complete the Participation Agreement Form.
Please download the Participation Agreement Form (PAF) below:
Should you wish not to participate, parents/caregivers will need
to provide the resources for their child based on the list provided by the
school. The school will include a list of costs for any school produced
workbooks or resources that a parent is unable to buy elsewhere.
Any fees and charges paid to the School are directed to the
purpose for which it is charged.
Additional charges will be incurred in relation to ‘user pays’
activities such as excursions, camps etc.
All school activities are calculated on a cost recovery only basis,
according to the number of students who have indicated their attendance.
Participation of students in an excursion, camp or additional
activity is indicated through payment of the set fee together with a completed
and signed permission form completed by the parent/caregiver.
Please contact the school accounts receivable officer for a
summarised list of inclusions in relation to our SRS for a specific year level.
Victoria Point State High School, we are committed to providing a safe and
supportive learning environment for students, staff and volunteers. This
commitment includes the health and safety of staff and students when conducting
curriculum activities in the school or in other locations.
excursions and camps enhance a student’s learning by providing opportunities
for the student to participate in activities, both curriculum-related and
recreational, outside the normal school routine.
planned school excursions are approved by the Principal and endorsed by
the P & C Committee.
the school budget is unable meet any shortfalls in funding for an excursion or
camp due to the subsequent non-participation of students who had previously
indicated attendance of the activity, fees already paid for an excursion or
school camp may be refunded in full, in part or not at all, having regard to
the associated expenses incurred and the circumstances of the
a parent/caregiver wishes to apply for a refund due to their child’s
non-participation in an excursion or camp activity, they may do so by
completing a request for refund form available from the school finance
possible, the request should include the receipt relating to the payment for
which a refund is being sought.
is preferred that refunds are returned as a credit against the student’s
financial account at the school and used to offset any future charges incurred
to the student.