Nine students, aged 5 to 16, were injured in the collision of two minivans, one of which overturned onto its side in San Souci on Thursday.
The students were taken for medical attention after complaining of pain to various parts of their bodies, including their faces, legs, chest, and shoulders.
One of the students had a swollen face.
The accident occurred at 3:15 p.m. and involved H519, owned by Elford Stephens, of Glen, and driven by Rodney Grant, of Park Hill, and H1577 owned and driven by Chad Pope, of Mt Grennan.
The vehicles sustain various levels of damage.
No charges have been laid in connection with the collision but police have launched an investigation.