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Policy development and review

Clearly written policies set out the school’s position on particular positions. They are important tools as they reflect the school’s values and support the school’s broad direction as outlined in its strategic plan.

Good policies are essential because they demonstrate that the school is being operated in an efficient manner and ensure that there will be consistency in decisions and in school operations.

A school council will develop a policy because:

  • Departmental policy requires a school to have a policy on a particular topic
  • council decides to issue guidance about an aspect of implementation of its strategic plan
  • council decides to set out the school’s position on a major issues within its powers and functions.

The following policies have been ratified by the Brandon Park Primary School Council.

Anaphylaxis Policy

Asthma Policy

Attendance Policy

Brandon Park ICT Policy

Bullying Prevention Policy

Camp and Excursions Policy

CCTV Policy

Child Protection Reporting

Child Safety Responding and Reporting Policy

Class Placement Policy

Communication with School Staff Policy

Community Code of Conduct

Complaints Policy

Duty of Care Policy

Emergency Policy

First Aid Policy

Head Lice Policy

healthy eating policy

Homework Policy

Inclusion and Diversity Policy

Mobile Phone Policy

orking with children check

Parent Disputes

Parent Payment and Voluntary Contributions Policy

Personal Property Policy

Photographing, Filming and Recording Students Policy

Process to maintain Working With Children Check register policy

Respect for School Staff Policy

Restraint and Seclusion Policy

Schools Privacy Policy

Statement of Values and School Philosophy

Student Wellbeing and Engagement Policy

SunSmart Policy

Visitors Policy

Volunteers Policy

Working With Children Check Policy

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