Sheesh! What next. In this day and age where we encourage our kids to eat a little more healthily, consume junk food as a treat not as a meal etc we now see these stupid restrictions come into schools. Ok, I can accept peanuts (not tree nuts), dairy and gluten - when they are diagnosed by a clinician/food allergy specialist but to claim that watermelon and bananas will do the same. Even if it does, it is so rare. How could one school in the whole of Melbourne be so affected? These kids (or their parents) should be teaching the kids to avoid or be treated not to cause the whole school system to go into turmoil for something which may legitimately affect less than 1 kid in the whole country. Is this bureaucracy gone made on WHS? Risk management to the extreme? or a media beat up? Why expect tolerance of the 99.9% rather than conformity or tolerance the other way through education and behaviour modification? (Rant off. Back in your box SNM). Ahhhhh. That's better.