One of the things that makes Flagstaff Hill R-7 School such a great place is our active, friendly school community. We want to make sure every family (especially new ones) has the opportunity to get involved. Volunteering at school is a great way to meet new people, make friends, learn about your school and your kids love seeing Mum/Dad/Grandparents or any other special person at school.

Volunteers are involved in a variety of activities including: student mentoring, education support, fundraising, school canteen, attending excursions/camps and coaching sports teams.

If you would like to volunteer at Flagstaff Hill R-7 School, please fill in a Volunteer Application Form (or available from the front office) and bring it, together with a proof of identity document (eg. Driver’s licence), to the front office. We will provide you with a Volunteer Role Description and arrange for you to participate in a school orientation, including a work health and safety induction. You will also be asked to sign a Volunteer agreement.

When you volunteer at the school, you need to sign in through the front office, get a visitor sticker and then sign in on the Volunteer Register in the location where you are spending time.

  • If you are volunteering in your own child’s class, you do not need a DCSI child-related employment screening
  • If you are volunteering in a class other than your own child’s you need to have a DCSI child-related employment screening
  • All volunteers who go on school excursions and/or camps need to have a DCSI child-related employment screening

This screening is instigated by Cecelia in the front office and an email is sent to you to input your information. The DCSI child-related screening is valid for three years from date of issue. Volunteers are requested to contribute $15 towards the cost of this screening and the process is completed online. 

All volunteers must complete the Responding to Abuse and Neglect Education and Care (RAN-EC) and the Online General Induction session and provide copies of their certificates to the front office.



First-time sign-up

To sign up for the course, go to http://www.plink.sa.edu.au/pages/signup.jsf to register your details, and away you go.

Returning to the online induction

If you’ve already signed up for the course and want to revisit it, just go to http://www.plink.sa.edu.au/pages/login.jsf and log back in with your new plink username.


Register for a plink volunteer account

  • in the field “Select Account type” select Volunteer
  • enter your email address (this will be your plink username), choose a password, and type in your name
  • Select “I accept the terms of use and code of ethics”
  • Select “Create Account”

Start the training

  • Select the course “Responding to Abuse and Neglect-Education and Care online induction session for volunteers”
  • Select “Register”
  • Select “Register” again
  • Select “Open Module” when you’re ready to start

Page last edited: February 5, 2018