Updating medical information on Parent Access Module (PAM)

John Paul College is asking families to provide accurate and up to date medical information for your child/children via Parent Access Module (PAM). 

The SIMON/PAM system will then be used by the College to seek permission for any excursions and other events where parental permission is required.

Parents and guardians need to log into PAM and input the data required. This can be changed at any time but will need to be entered for all students by the beginning of the 2020 academic year.

If a student’s Medical Profile is not complete, they will not be able to attend an Excursion/Off-site Activity in 2020.

PAM will be replacing CareMonkey in 2020 for excursion approvals.


Instructions on updating medical details on PAM 

1. Login to PAM: https://pam.jpc.vic.edu.au

2. If you do not have your login details, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.or call (03) 9784 0246.

3. Click on your Child’s Image then click on Medical Profile on the left of screen.

4. Fill in the medical details and confirm.

Just as SIMON provides staff and students with access to learning information and resources, PAM provides parents and guardians with quick, easy and confidential access to your child’s academic program, results, reports, excursion permissions and timetable as well as attendance records and other communications from the College.  One of the important features of PAM is that, as soon as the teacher marks your child’s work, you will be able to log on to check the result and any feedback. 

It will also be possible to peruse upcoming assignments, to see what classes your child has tomorrow, to see if he or she has been late to school or class and to view important communications.  In short, PAM makes available current and important information so that parents and guardians will be able to work in genuine partnership with our teaching staff.

For any login issues please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 

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