St Brigid's School Collie
Behaviour Management Policy
All members of the school community have a right to experience a caring, safe and positive school environment. Our Behaviour Management Policy has been developed to ensure there is consistency and clarity in the expectations required of students and in the way breaches are managed by the school.
Student Code of Conduct
As students of St Brigid’s Collie, we understand that all members of our school community need to follow a Code of Conduct for the safety and well-being of everybody. At St Brigid’s we want to feel safe, successful, respected and happy.
Dealing with Bullying, Harassment, Aggression and Violence
St Brigid’s School is committed to providing a safe and caring educational environment, which promotes the dignity of the person and aims to encourage the development of positive relationships between students.
St Brigid’s School Staff/Family Code of Conduct Policy
Our Staff/Family Code of Conduct unites our staff, students, parents, volunteers, visitors and other members of our school community in defining, modelling and promoting the safety and wellbeing of students.
Dispute and Complaint Resolution
In the case of a dispute or a complaint, please refer to CEWA’s Dispute and Complaint Resolution Policy, which can be found under the CEWA policy link.
School Fees Policy
As a Catholic school, operating as part of the Catholic Church, we have a vital mission, to provide a Catholic education for the children of all families in our Parish. As such there is an obligation on us, as a school community, to ensure that all families who desire their children to be educated in their faith, can do so without fear of prejudice on the grounds of financial concerns.
Student Acceptable Use of Technology Policy
This Student Acceptable Use of Technology Agreement incorporates the use of all digital devices (e.g. laptops, mobile phones, tablets, e-readers etc.) and online services provided by St Brigid’s Collie (SBC). This Agreement also includes cyber safety expectations and is to be read in conjunction with the Dealing with Bullying, Harassment, Aggression and Violence Policy.
Australia has the highest rate of skin cancer in the world. Overexposure to the sun during childhood and adolescent is an important contributing factor to the development of skin cancer later in life. As students are at school during times of peak ultraviolet (UV) radiation, schools can play a major role in creating a supportive environment that minimises exposure and encourages sun protective behaviours.
Read the full Sunsmart Policy.
SunSmart – Sun Protection Times
Check out the SunSmart app.
To provide the students of Collie and the surrounding areas with the very best educational program, underpinned by Christian values and spiritual development.