To explain to parents/carers, students and staff the processes Craigieburn Secondary College will follow to safely manage the provision of medication to students while at school or school activities, including camps and excursions
This policy has been designed in line with Department and VCAA guidelines on assessment and reporting to ensure rigorous and authentic assessment of student outcomes
To ensure that Craigieburn Secondary College appropriately supports students diagnosed with asthma
Absences often mean students miss importantstages in the development of topics, causing them to find ‘catching up’ difficult
Bullying is the misuse of power by one group and/or individual over another individual and/or group. It aims to hurt, threaten or frighten someone.
. CSC has a School-Wide Positive Behaviour Support (SWPBS) framework in place that sets out the expected behaviours of students and staff. This aligns with the College values of Respect, Responsibility, Achievement and Community
To explain to our school community the processes and procedures Craigieburn Secondary College will use when planning and conducting camps, excursions and adventure activities for students.
This policy intends to safeguard and protect the staff involved in the receipting and collection of monies and minimise the risks associated with cash handling.
This policy applies to the installation of CCTV cameras on school grounds and the use and disclosure of any footage produced by those cameras.
Craigieburn Secondary College has a formal approach to ensure that students are encouraged to aspire to or maintain the high standards of excellence required and expected for entrance and progression through the Craigieburn Enrichment & Acceleration Program (CEAP).
This policy applies to all school staff, volunteers and school community members. It also applies to all staff and students engaged in any school and school council-run events, activities and services.
We have provided an outline of the complaints process at Craigieburn Secondary College so that parents and members of the community are informed of how they can raise complaints or concerns about issues arising at our schoo
The purpose of this Emergency and Critical Incident Management Plan (EMP) is to provide a detailed plan of how this school campus will prepare and respond to emergencies and critical incidents that may impact on student and/or staff health, safety and well-being and/or school operations.
To explain to Craigieburn Secondary College parents, carers, staff and students the processes and procedures in place to support students diagnosed as being at risk of suffering from anaphylaxis.
Internet, Social Media & Digital Devices
“Duty of care” is a legal obligation that requires schools to take reasonable steps to reduce the risk of reasonably foreseeable harm, which can include personal injury (physical or psychological) or damage to property.
Through increased access to digital technologies, students can benefit from enhanced learning that is interactive, collaborative, personalised and engaging.
The purpose of this policy is to set out how our school will manage electronic funds in accordance with applicable Department of Education and Training policy and law.
During the ordinary course of your child’s attendance at our school, school staff will collect your child’s personal and health information when necessary to educate your child, or to support your child’s social and emotional wellbeing or health.
To ensure the school community understands our school’s approach to first aid for students
We have developed a Family Partnership Framework which provides strategies for families to use at home to further support their child’s learning.
To explain to Craigieburn Secondary College parents, carers, staff and students the processes and procedures in place to support students with health care needs at school.
This policy applies to students in all year levels and to staff responsible for setting homework.
Craigieburn Secondary College strives to provide a safe, inclusive and supportive school environment for all students and members of our school community.
Craigieburn Secondary College’s Instrumental Music Program (IMP) is a central part of the College’s vibrant co-curricular program and encompasses instrumental music lessons, membership of rock bands and ensembles.
This form should, ideally, be signed by the student’s medical/health practitioner for all medication to be administered at school but schools may proceed on the signed authority of parents in the absence of a signature from a medical practitioner
To explain to our school community the Department’s and Craigieburn Secondary College’s policy requirements and expectations relating to students using mobile phones and other smart devices during school hours.
To explain Craigieburn Secondary College’s policy in relation to personal property and to ensure that special or valuable items of personal property are not brought to school.
Petty cash may be utilised to meet minor payments for school-related purposes other than salary and wages.
To explain to parents/carers how Craigieburn Secondary College will collect, use and disclose photographs, video and recordings of students, how parent/carer consent can be provided and how it can be withdrawn.
This policy will facilitate decisions regarding the promotion of each student to the next year level based on the best educational interests of each student.
Craigieburn Secondary College is committed to providing a safe, supportive and inclusive environment for all students, staff and members of our community.
Craigieburn Secondary College (CSC) is committed to providing a safe, secure and stimulating learning environment for all students
A uniform dress code reinforces in students a pride in their own appearance, instils recognition of themselves as an integral part of the school community, and assists in developing pride in representing their school.
This policy applies to any visitors who may attend school grounds when the school is open for instruction between the hours of 8:30am to 4:30pm, and when the office is staffed to monitor/receive visitors at reception
This policy applies to the recruitment, screening, supervision and management of all people who volunteer at our school
The purpose of this policy is to explain to staff Craigieburn Secondary College’s yard duty procedures and expectations for the appropriate supervision of secondary students. A
All staff participate in Craigieburn Secondary College’s yard duty roster and school supervision requirements, and follow clear procedures for responding to accidents or incidents in the playground and learning areas.