Policies

Policies

The College has developed a range of policies and procedures which ensure the safety and wellbeing of students whilst maximising learning opportunities for students.

Accident Management Policy

Anaphylaxis Individual Student Management Plan 2021

Anaphylaxis Policy

Assessment And Reporting Policy

Bullying Prevention And Intervention Policy

Child Protection Training Policy

Child Safety Policy Student Version

Child Safety Policy

Contractor Management Policy

Curriculum Framework (Senior Secondary) Policy

Cyber Safety Policy

Disability Discrimination Policy

Enrolment Policy

EREA Child Safety Code Of Conduct (Vic)

EREA Code Of Conduct

EREA Privacy Policy

EREA Statement Of Committment To Child Safety

Excursions Policy

First Aid Policy

Grooming

ICT Acceptable Use Policy

Information Communications And Technology Policy

Mandatory Reporting Policy

Monitoring Student Performance Policy

Naming Policy

Obligation To Act To Protect Policy

Obligation To Report A Sexual Offence Policy

OHS Policy

Overseas Students Transfer Policy

Parent And Student Complaints And Grievances Policy

Parent Code Of Conduct

Pastoral Care Policy

Personal Electronic Device Policy

Reportable Conduct

Restraint Of Students Policy

Staff Employment (WWCC)

Student Attendance Policy

Student Behaviour Management Policy

Student Behaviour Pyramid

Student Care, Safety And Welfare Policy

Student Concussion Policy

Student Duty Of Care Policy

Student Learning Outcomes (Secondary) Policy

Student Records And Results (Senior Secondary) Policy

Student Voice And Participation Statement

Supervision (General) Policy

Supervision (Yard Duties) Policy

Teaching And Learning Policy

Uniform Policy

Volunteers Policy

 

Workplace Gender Equality 

For details on St Patrick’s College’s compliance with the Workplace Gender Equality Agency please contact the College.
2021 WGEA Public Documents

Information Collection Notice

St Patrick’s College Information Collection Notice

NCCD Notice

Nationally Consistent Collection of Data on School Students with Disabilities fact sheet for parents, guardians and carers

Statement of Democratic Principles
St Patrick’s College is committed to the principles of a liberal democracy.
  • We believe in an accountable, democratically elected government.
  • We respect and observe the rule of law, and believe that no person is above the law.
  • We believe in equal rights for all before the law, regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, sexuality, gender or other attributes.
  • We believe not only in the freedom of religion, but also the need to practice tolerance and understanding of others’ beliefs.
  • We believe in the value of freedom of speech and freedom of association, but also acknowledge that we have the responsibility not to abuse this freedom.
  • We believe in the values of openness and tolerance, and value and respect all members of the school community regardless of background