Cherrybrook Public School

Enhancing Learning since 1971

Telephone02 9481 8575



Our website provides useful information to parents and is continually being updated. The website includes: newsletters, special events, curriculum information, extra curricular activities and general school information.



See ‘Merit Awards' for the schools award system.


Cherrybrook Public School has an excellent reputation for its student welfare and the positive behaviour displayed by our students.


We recognise this positive behaviour through our rewards system and celebrate it with parents who provide the foundation values and respect in their children.


Each year when we hold our school tours parents are impressed by the behaviour and courtesy they see our students display towards each other.


The school also takes a proactive approach to behaviours that do impact negatively on others. Practical activities have been developed and lessons implemented in all classrooms for our Anti-bullying program, Drug education, Child Protection and Peer Support programs.


If behaviour incidents happen at school we respond to them and the children are given the opportunity to talk about what happened. We realise children make mistakes and our aim is for students to learn how their behaviour may affect others. As a school we also operate within the guidelines of the Department of Education Wellbeing Policies.


Teachers are proactive in each classroom and our guidelines focuses on keeping parents informed of significant and/or ongoing behaviour issues.


Most inappropriate behaviour is managed by the class teacher or playground duty teachers.

If inappropriate behaviour persists, students are referred to a member of the school executive to monitor the behaviour and notify parents that a child's behaviour is causing concern.

Working With Children Check


All volunteers who are working within classrooms, around the school, on excursions or at any time children are present are required to obtain a WORKING WITH CHILDREN CHECK (WWCC) Declaration or Clearance.


There are two options for you to choose from. Both of these options are free for volunteers.


Option 1: WWCC Process (pdf 259 KB)

If you would like to apply for a volunteer clearance pleae click on the link above or follow the instructions below.

 How to apply:

Complete the online application form which can be accessed at:

If you cannot access the online system, call the Children's Guardian customer service on (02) 9286 7276 and an officer will complete the application form for you.

Once you have made an application, you will receive an application number.

Present your application number to a NSW motor registry, along with proof of identity (which consists of the same proof required when applying for a NSW driver's licence). For information about the NSW Motor Registry nearest you, telephone 13 22 13.

Once your application has been processed, the Children's Guardian will notify you of the outcome by email or post.

When this is completed, you will be sent an email confirming your application and you will need to bring a copy of this email to the school office.

Option 2: Dec form (pdf 535 KB) & Proof (pdf 197 KB)

Please print off the Working with Children Check (WWCC) Declaration form that is attached above. You will be required to complete this, including a 100 point proof of identity check (documents which may be provided are included with the form). Once completed, you need to bring the form and the original proof of identity documents to the office for verification. Once these are sighted they will be returned to you. You may then work with the children.


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