Kururrungku Catholic School
Code of Conduct
The purpose of the Code of Conduct is to describe minimum standards of conduct in all behaviour and decision making to ensure the safety and well-being of students.
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Aboriginal Education Policy
Catholic school communities have a responsibility to create an understanding and appreciation of Aboriginal people, their histories, cultures and spirituality. Catholic schools, in conjunction with their parents, families and communities, shall play an important role in the Christian formation of their students to develop as active and contributing members of Australian society. ‘Catholic schools can serve as models for all within Western Australia who seek to create genuine communities. Such communities are always founded upon the shared commitment to the common good’ (Mandate, 7).
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Anti Bullying Policy
As a Catholic School Community, in accordance with Christ’s teaching to love one another as we love ourselves, we strive to respect the rights and dignity of all individuals and treat each other in a caring and loving way.
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Assessment, Recording, Reporting & Evaluation Policy
This Policy reflects our desire for students to work in an environment of hope, love and trust.
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Behaviour Management Policy
Kururrungku Catholic Education Centre (KCEC), Behaviour Management Policy endeavours to promote respectful, secure and healthy environments in which students can prosper. It is believed that the school should create an environment which is supportive of individuals and groups with special needs, conducive to worthwhile learning and which demonstrates a caring concern for the well-being of all its members. Respecting the rights of all members of the KCEC community underpins the philosophy of the Behaviour Management Policy and the development of a school culture that addresses the needs and rights of every member of the school community. The development of appropriate and acceptable behaviour is a staff, parent and student concern. Its success is based upon the recognition of the dignity, and worth of all individuals
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Child Protection Policy
From the moment they join a Catholic school community, students should learn of their value as human persons. Every aspect of the school’s life should reflect a Christian pastoral dimension. The pastoral dimension of a Catholic school needs to include the mutual care and support staff demonstrate both towards each other and for their students.
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Christian Service Learning Policy
Christian Service Learning in Catholic schools enables students to grow from a Catholic faith perspective as people of service and justice. The Catholic school challenges students to grow in their understanding that faith is not just a personal response to God’s love but a communal response to love one another as Jesus taught in order ‘to make the world a better place for all’, (Mandate, 24).
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Management of Confidential Information Policy
Schools are required under Privacy Act legislation to ensure, where confidential information is collected, that it is managed in such a way as to preserve the dignity of those involved and to maintain confidentiality.
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Justice Education Policy
Catholic schools give witness to the importance of offering opportunities for all their members to aspire to and achieve the highest goals. Catholic education is immersed in the Gospel of Jesus and filled with his Spirit, values everyone equally.
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Pastoral Care Policy
Pastoral Care in Catholic Schools means enhancing the dignity of each person within our Catholic faith community. It is concerned with maximizing learning and growth and developing the beliefs, values, attitudes, knowledge, skills and practices to enable all to become inner-directed, contributing members of God’s creation.
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