Policies & Codes

Child Safeguarding Policies

General Policies

Student Management

Child Safeguarding (Safety and Wellbeing) Policy

EREA Workplace Bullying, Discrimination, and Harassment Policy

SJC Student Wellbeing Policy

Child Safeguarding (Responding and Reporting Obligations) Policy

SJC Bullying Policy

Student Expectations and Procedures

Child Safety Code of Conduct Policy

Drugs (Illicit) and Alcohol - Student Use Policy

College Uniform and Dress Code

Student Child Safeguarding Code of Conduct Policy

EREA Whistleblower Program

Anti-bullying and Restorative Practices Policy

Child Safeguarding Complaints Management Policy

EREA Complaints Handling Policy

Excursion Management Policy

Child Safeguarding Record Keeping Policy

EREA Privacy Policy

Assessment and Reporting Policy

Student Participation and Empowerment Policy

EREA Privacy Guidelines

Homestudy Policy

Family and Community Involvement in Child Safeguarding Policy

SJC Privacy Policy

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students Policy (Child Safeguarding)

Photography, Video and Other Recordings

Students from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Backgrounds Policy (Child Safeguarding)

Students with Disability Policy (Child Safeguarding)

LGBTIQ+ Inclusion Policy (Child Safeguarding)

Child Safeguarding Risk Management Policy

Health Policies

Information Technology

First Aid Policy

Social Media Policy

Student Medical Records

Acceptable Use of Mobile Devices Policy

Arrangements for Ill or Injured Students Policy

Appropriate Computer Use Policy - Students

Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder

Computer Surveillance Policy

Anaphylactic Shock Management

Monitoring Computer Use Policy

Asthma Management

SJC Online Learning - Student Code of Conduct

Diabetes Management

SJC Online Learning - Staff Code of Conduct

Infectious Diseases (Student)

Concussion Management

Allergy Awareness

Medical Health Care Plans for High-Risk Students

Medication Administration

Sun Protection (Students)

Democratic Principles

St Joseph’s College acknowledges Australian democratic values which includes a commitment to the following:
• Elected government
• The rule of law
• Equal rights for all before the law
• Freedom of religion
• Freedom of speech and association
• The values of openness and tolerance