See below for medical forms or guidance on medical concerns.


Anaphylaxis is a severe, rapidly progressive allergic reaction that is potentially life threatening. The most common allergens in school-aged children are peanuts, eggs, tree nuts (e.g. cashews), cow’s milk, fish and shellfish, wheat, soy, sesame seeds, latex, certain insect stings and medications.

The keys to prevention of anaphylaxis are planning, risk minimisation, awareness and education

All schools within the Diocese of Sale have an anaphylaxis management policy.

The following guidelines prepared by the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (2017) have been developed to assist all Victorian Schools in planning for, and supporting students with severe allergies.

Anaphylaxis Guidelines Medication Consent Form Minimum Period of Exclusion for Infectious Diseases