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The Safety House Program is part of the P&C and is run by the Safety House Coordinator and committee. The committee meet once a term to discuss any Safety House issues such as missing signs or families wanting to become Safety Houses.

Once a year in August we have a Safety House Week, which promotes Safety Houses and makes parents and children aware of Safety Houses and their location. During this week we have free competitions and the children who live in Safety Houses are rewarded at the canteen with a treat.

Are You Interested in Becoming a Safety House Representative?

  • You should usually be home between the hours 8-9am and 3-4pm (excluding picking up or dropping off your own children)
  • All residents over the age of 10 will receive a free Police Check
  • Assistance will be given by two friendly committee members to complete the necessary paperwork
  • Once you have been accepted as a Safety House a committee member will attach a small yellow sign to your letter box and keep in touch with you once a term to discuss any changes

Your Local Safety House Program Needs You!

Please realise what an important role you can play in making our community a safer place for our children. A child that is hurt or in trouble will run to ANY house, wouldn’t you rather that a child run to a Safety House?  Please consider becoming a Safety House and help the community keep our children safe.

If you are interested in becoming a Safety House representative or joining the Safety House Committee, please click on the link below for more information.  Thank you and we look forward to hearing from you.

http://www.safetyhousewa.org.au/