The following School Policies may be downloaded as PDF files.
This document outlines the School's policy on how it uses and manages personal information.
Kindergarten Anaphylaxis Policy
Read our anaphylaxis management policy for Kindergarten.
What is Anaphylaxis? Read our anaphylaxis management policy.
Anaphylaxis Communication Plan
Communicating our Anaphylaxis Policy to the School community.
The Drug Policy provides guidance and support to assist in both educational planning and appropriate responses to incidents involving illicit substances. While we strive with educational programs, pastoral care and the raising of awareness to promote an environment free of illicit substances, we also recognise the need to educate students in relation to harm minimisation. This policy has been developed through a consultative process involving staff, students, parents and health professionals.
Sun Protection Policy
This policy aims to promote among students, staff and parents:
• Positive attitudes towards skin protection
• Lifestyle practices that can help reduce the incidence of skin cancer
• Personal responsibility for, and decision making about, skin protection.
Respectful Relationships Policy
The School's policy on managing bullying and harassment.
Head Lice Policy
This school policy is intended to outline roles, responsibilities and expectations of the School community to assist with treating and controlling head lice in a consistent and coordinated manner.
Extreme Weather Policy
For the purpose of this policy, ‘Extreme Weather Days’ include days where the temperature is predicted to exceed 36°C.
Child Protection Policy (Mandatory Reporting)
Under the national Framework for Protecting Australia's Children (2006), protecting children is everyone's responsibility.
Homework and Home Learning Guidelines
Read about our Homework and Home Learning guidelines