School policies cover every aspect of school life. Some of our most important policies are below for your reference. If you want to know our policy on something that is not listed, please contact the Principal’s office.
If you want to know our policy on something that is not listed, please contact the Principal’s office.
- Academic Honesty Policy
- Anaphylaxis Communication Plan
- Anaphylaxis Management Policy and Procedures
- Assessment Policy Middle Years
- Child Safety Complaints Management Summary
- Child Safety Policies – Summary Version
- Child Responding and Reporting Obligations (including Mandatory Reporting) Policy and Procedures
- Child Safety and Wellbeing Policy
- Child Safety Code of Conduct
- Enrolment Policy and Procedures
- Internal Review of an Ongoing School Community Safety Order
- Parents and Students Complaints and Grievances Policy
- (Student) Anti-bullying and Harassment Policy
- Whistleblower Policy
Commitment to the Cultural Safety of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students
Woodleigh School values and respects the cultural diversity of our students and is committed to ensuring that the backgrounds of all students are sensitively recognised, catered for, celebrated and valued so that cultural differences do not compromise students’ safety and wellbeing.
In particular, the School recognises the importance of every Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander student feeling that their sense of self and identity is valued by the people and environments that surround them. Cultural identity and cultural safety are fundamental to a student’s overall wellbeing and sense of safety.
The School has appointed Child Safety Officers across all of our campuses. They are provided annually with specialised training on child protection issues, mandatory reporting and their legal obligations. In working with all school staff and volunteers, they are known within our School as Child Safety Officers (CSO) to raise the importance, profile and facilitate the embedding of a culture of child safety. Our Child Safety Officers are often the first point of contact for all staff, students, parents and carers to raise child safety or child abuse concerns. They work collaboratively with the Child Safety Champion to ensure all concerns of child safety and child abuse are escalated, reported and responded.
Our Child Safety Officers can be contacted at any time to discuss your concerns and their name and contact details are provided regularly in our communications.
Child Safety Champion