Our School - Policies

  

School Council is responsible for developing particular policies to reflect the school’s values and support the school’s broad direction, as outlined in our strategic plan.  Legislation and Department of Education and Training imperatives require councils to develop some policies, and other policies are developed to address local needs

We have policies relating to the provision of curriculum programs:

- Assessment and Reporting Policy
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Camps and Excursions Policy
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Curriculum Framework Policy
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Curriculum Resources Policy 
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Homestudy Policy
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Later Years Policy
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Learning Support Programs Policy

 

Student Services policies cover areas of student wellbeing and administration:

- Anaphylaxis Management Policy
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Anti-Bullying and Anti-Harassment Policy

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Drug Policy
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First Aid Policy
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ICT Acceptable Use Policy
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Mandatory Reporting Policy
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Medication Policy
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Mobile Phones Policy
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Privacy Policy
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Smoke Free School Policy
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Student Behaviour Management Policy
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Student Engagement Policy
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Student Leadership Policy
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Sunsmart Policy
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Uniform Policy

 

Finance policies cover areas of school operations and transactions involving money:

- Investment Policy
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EFTPOS Policy
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Electronic Funds Mangement Policy
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Investment Policy
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Parent Payment Policy
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Refunds Policy
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Scholarships Policy
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Student Grants Policy