School Crossings Victoria

Promoting safety and seek uniformity of school crossing operation, training and equipment throughout Victoria

The school crossing supervisor of the year award acknowledges the contribution and spirit of the work undertaken by school crossing supervisors throughout Victoria.

The purpose of this association is to promote safety and seek uniformity of school crossing operation, training and equipment throughout Victoria.

School Crossings Victoria is a non-for profit organisation. Donations, no matter how large or small, make a big difference!

School Crossings Victoria Awards Night 2024!

We held our Biennial School Crossing Awards on Friday night the 12th of June 2024 and it was a sellout!

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School Crossings Victoria Executive Committee Craig (Wodonga), Sonya (Cardinia), Alan with us (School Crossings Australia) & Chris (Knox).

School crossing supervisors needed !

School crossing supervisors are needed to supervise crossings in and around Victoria. The first successful candidate through our doors also wins a whistle to keep, absolutely free!!! What more could you ask for?? These positions are on a relief basis, however relievers may be appointed to permanent positions by muutal agreement. Driver’s licence and access to a motor vehicle are essential.

But wait, there’s more !!!! You will get:

  • a quality uniform
  • state of the art equipment
  • expert training
  • ongoing support
  • a feeling that you’re doing something worthwhile for the community

You also get paid for your dedication. Prospective employees may be subject to a pre-employment medical, a police check and must have an employee working with children check.

So come on then… call your local council or HOBAN Recruitment on 9325 3200, or Chandler McLeod on 8561 8868.

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HOBAN recruitment - school crossing supervisors
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Latest News

Nominations for the 2023/2024 School Crossing Supervisor of the Year are now closed. Thank you to all who voted!.

As part of our commitment to the ongoing safety of our school students, School Crossing’s Victoria is looking for the ‘Supervisor of the Year’ 2023/2024. There are seven regions across the state. A winner will be selected in each region, and the overall winner will be selected from the regional winners.

We received a large amount of nominations for the last awards and the winner of the 2021/2022 Supervisor of the Year was Gail Birch from Glenelg Shire in Portland Victoria. Congratulations Gail!

School Crossings Victoria would like to enlist your help to boost this year’s nominations!

School Crossing Supervisor of the Year Award 2021/2022
School Crossing Supervisor of the Year Award 2021/2022

Ballarat artist Araceli Zumaglini, who immigrated from Spain to Ballarat 13 years ago, is entering the prestigious Archibald Prize with a portrait of unsung local hero Lois Block the crossing supervisor at Black Hill Primary School.

“Archibald Prize painting features school crossing lady Lois Block | The Courier | Ballarat, VIC”

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Condolences

On Friday 2nd February, a few days back into the new school term for 2024, the unthinkable happened in Wodonga… a Crossing Supervisor was struck and killed whilst on duty. There have been no deaths on a school crossing since 1974 until that day. Every single one of us here feels this loss and grieves with the Wodonga Community and Council.

Road Safety is everybody’s responsibility and a school crossing is a workplace, we will continue to advocate for drivers to slow down and travel at a speed they can stop safely.

We send our love and support to every School Crossing Supervisor. You do a wonderful job maintaining safety around schools. Please reach out if you need to talk; we are here for everyone.

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Black Bands for Brian

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School Crossings Victoria reminds all drivers to travel at a speed where they can stop safely if needed. Our crossing supervisors are dedicated members of the community – their crossing is their workplace and they deserve respect. They are someone’s parent, child, husband or wife and deserve to go home after each shift.