Policies and Guidelines
The intent of these guidelines is to assist in preventing anaphylaxis and to provide advice for minimising the risk of anaphylaxis in schools and childcare services, including before and after school care.
This policy statement aims to educate students about informed personal choices and to establish the values that promote student wellbeing and a safe learning environment.
The Keeping Safe: Child Protection Curriculum underwent an extensive review and update in 2013/2014 to align it with the Early Years Learning Framework, the Australian Curriculum and the Teaching for Effective Learning framework, and to reflect contemporary issues such as bullying and cyber safety.
St Mary's College recognises the significant role it shares in the prevention of child abuse and takes responsibility for implementing child protection practices.
The St Mary's College Development of Personal Responsibility Policy aims to educate students about informed personal choices and the community values that promote student wellbeing and a safe learning environment.
This policy looks at student online behaviour and the use of mobile devices. The Digital Citizenship Policy aims to educate students about choices and behaviour in an online world and in their use of technology.
The St Mary's College Drugs Policy aims to educate students about informed personal choices that promote personal well-being and maximise learning opportunities.
St Mary's College supports the right of any member of the school community who believes our school policies are not being supported or enforced appropriately to have their grievance addressed.
The St Mary's College Health Safety and Health Management Policy aims to affirm and support lifestyle choices that promote good health, identify psychological health as essential to our understanding of wellbeing,establish practices that ensure protection from injury and infection and offer processes that ensure the care and management of illness.
Students and staff have the right to be as comfortable as possible in the school on extreme heat days.
St Mary's College has developed Cyber safety practices which aim to maximise the benefits of the Internet and ICT devices/equipment to student learning and to the effective operation of the school, whilst minimising and managing any risks.
St Mary's College has developed digital citizenship safety practices which aim to maximise the benefits of the Internet and ICT devices/equipment to student learning and to the effective operation of the school, whilst minimising and managing any risks.
This policy aims to provide a philosophy to underpin the practice of all members of the school community in school-based sports.
The Uniform Policy outlines what is to be worn each term, including both the day and sport uniform, as well as the expectations in relation to jewellery, hair and make-up.
To access copies of South Australian Commission for Catholic Schools (SACCS) Policies and Procedures, please click on the link below: