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91L Flynn Drive, Fitzroy Crossing WA 6765

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Looking after the health of our students is a priority at Fitzroy Valley District High School. To achieve this we hold many small but important interventions everyday.


While providing breakfast is a responsibility of parents, it is acknowledged some students require breakfast on arrival at school to support their learning. Breakfast food is provided by the school and is available on request by students in the aim of giving them a good start to their learning day. Often it is just a top up and an quiet way to start the day.

Kindy & Pre-Primary

Students are provided breakfast by the early childhood staff at start of class.

Primary School

Students can have breakfast between 8.20 and 9.00am in the kitchen areas between classrooms. This time is overseen by the students teacher or AEIO.

Secondary School

Students can access breakfast in the Student Services Hub before school. After 8.00am, students must obtain a breakfast pass from their teacher before visiting the student services hub.


Due to high incidences of conductive hearing loss and otitis media, all primary school students complete the BBC routine, usually during Yarning Circle in the aim to reduce this issue.


Otitis media is an inflammation of the middle ear. Many of our students suffer from otitis media on any given day. The presence of otitis media can seriously damage a young child’s ability to hear clearly. To support students who may be suffering from otitis media we often use classroom-based sound amplification systems so all students can access the curriculum. During yarning circle, students will complete the breathe, blow, cough program every day. If you wish to find out more about this programme, contact the Student Services Coordinator.


Infectious conjunctivitis is a highly contagious eye infection spread through contaminated fingers, flies, towels, water or discharge from the eyes, nose or throat of a person with the condition. Symptoms include red eyes, swollen eyelids, discharge from the eyes, gritty and / or itchy eyes. We ask that affected individuals stay home until discharge from the eyes has cleared to try and stop the spread throughout the school. The hospital as cream or ointments to help stop the conjunctivitis.