Child Safety Code of Conduct

Our Child Safety Policy is a document that outlines our school’s approach to creating and maintaining a child safe environment. It can be found on our website using the link below –

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Sitting alongside this is our Code of Conduct. We are a strong and inclusive community and our staff are
committed to

  • treating students and families in the school community with respect both within the school environment and outside the  school environment as part of normal social and community activities.
  • listening and responds to the views and concerns of students, particularly if they are telling you that they or another child has been abused or that they are worried about their safety/the safety of another child
  • promoting the cultural safety, participation and empowerment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students
  • promoting the cultural safety, participation and empowerment of students with culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds
  • promoting the safety, participation and empowerment of students with a disability
School staff adheres to the following standards about the ways in which they are expected to behave with children:
  • School staff provide opportunities for all students to learn
  • School staff treat their students with courtesy and dignity
  • School staff work within the limits of their professional expertise
  • School staff maintain objectivity in their relationships with students
  • School staff are always in a professional relationship with the students in their school whether at school of not
We acknowledge and believe that ALL students have a right to:
  • Take part in learning programs that meet their individual needs.
  • Feel secure and to be safe in a caring and supportive environment.
  • Work and play without interference in an atmosphere of harmony and cooperation.
  • Receive respect, kindness and courtesy and to be treated with fairness.
  • Have learning continued without disruption in a supportive environment.
  • Be valued for their individuality including; race, gender, cultural, physical or intellectual diversity.
  • Expect the school rules are fair, consistently implemented and respect the rights of all involved.
  • To be safe in every aspect of daily life at school, including Out Of School Hours Programs, camps and excursions
We acknowledge and believe ALL students have a responsibility to:
  • Care and value themselves, others, teachers and the school community.
  • Be safety conscious in relation to themselves and others.
  • Treat others with respect and good manners.
  • Keep the guidelines of good behaviour, modelling and supporting school rules.
  • Develop a sense of accountability for their own actions.
  • Work to achieve their personal best whilst allowing others to do the same.
  • Allow for others to learn and to respect the rights of others.
  • Explore their full potential in their learning.