School Policies and Information

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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Behaviour Engagement Plan
We have updated our approach to Behaviour management at the school. We are now referring to this as ‘Behaviour Engagement’ and we are taking a more educative approach towards challenging situations. We are workings towards helping students become more self-aware and reflective when they make mistakes, enabling them to learn and grow.
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Uniform Policy
Our uniform is a great source of pride for our school. Attached is our uniform policy that contains information on our uniform and our expectations around this. The uniform can be tried on and purchased directly from the school.
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School Enrolment Policy
Please find attached our enrolment policy. Please contact our front office if you wish to discuss enrolments at our school.
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Privacy Policy
As a Catholic School, our school’s privacy policy is directly in line with that of Catholic Education Western Australia. Please follow the attached link to access this policy.
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School System for Students with Complaints
The purpose of this document is to provide our students with some guidelines in relation to what to do if they have an issue at any time. This document is on display in all classrooms and around our school in various other places.
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Student Use of Information and Communication Technology Policy
Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is utilised in our school for learning, teaching and administration. The availability of such resources provides the opportunity for schools to help students develop their full potential. ICT provides significant educational value but can pose risks regarding safety, personal reputation and corporate reputation. At St. Mary’s school we educate our students on the appropriate use of ICT and use the attached document as a guide.
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Mobile Phone Policy
Mobile phones have become an important and invaluable part of our modern lifestyle. However, inappropriate use of mobile phones can cause unnecessary distractions and disruptions in the learning environment. At St. Mary’s school, we request that if a student needs to have a mobile phone at school for any reason that a note is provided to the school from the child’s parents’ and the mobile device itselft is given to the class teacher at the start of the day and returned at the end.
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Parent Information Booklet
The following booklet has been drawn up as a guideline for our families and prospective families of our school. We regularly update this booklet as the need arises.
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