Welfare

Student Welfare

A high priority is given to pastoral care as well as the health and safety of all our School Community. Christian values are encouraged through curricula, in relationship building, loving discipline and in the general care of each individual in our Community – in the physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual domains.

Health and welfare, encompassing the mental, physical and emotional well-being of the student, are given the highest priority.

STUDENT WELFARE POLICIES

The Student Welfare policies include:

  • Child Protection Policy
  • Concerns, Complaints and Appeals Policy
  • Safe Schools Policy
    • Anti-Drug Policy
    • Anti- Harassment/Discrimination Policy
    • Anti-Violence/Aggression Policy
    • Anti-Bullying/Harassment Policy
  • Laptop Usage Policy
  • Communications Policy
  • Critical Events Policy
  • Emergency/Evacuation Policy
  • Intruder/Lockdown Policy
  • Grievance Policy

Other areas contributing to student welfare are:

  • Balanced teacher programme in all Key Learning Areas. Personal Development, Health and a school Devotional Programme have been developed from K - Yr 12.
  • Balanced PDHPE, including carnivals are provided.
  • Regular Evacuation and Lockdown Procedure drills.
  • Regular School social gatherings.
  • Openess of staff for regular interviews concerning student learning or welfare.
  • Opportunities to lead and serve others, both at School and in the broader community.
  • Regular assessment for all students.
  • Screening of all staff and parent/volunteer workers.

Dates to remember

TERM TWO 2017

JUNE

Monday 26th through to Wednesday 28th - Year 7 Echidna Gully Camp

Monday 26th through to Wednesday 28th - Year 8 Lake Ainsworth Camp

Monday 26th through to Wednesday 28th - Year 10 Work Experience

Tuesday 27th - Kaboom, Kindergarten to Year 7 Incursion

Wednesday 28th - Last Day Term 2 for Kindergarten through to Year 10