The policies of Christ Church Grammar School.
The number of children with food allergies in Australia is increasing and it is estimated that 1 in 20 have a food allergy and 1 in 50 have a peanut allergy.
This policy has been developed to provide, as far as practicable, a safe and supportive environment in which students at risk of anaphylaxis can participate equally in all aspects of the student’s schooling.
It has been established that smoking can adversely affect the health of both smokers and non-smokers. Pupils are at risk from both active and passive smoking. A smoke-free school policy may discourage student smokers and will provide a positive statement about the importance of a smoke-free working environment.
The purpose of this document is to outline how a complaint lodged by a member of the Christ Church community will be resolved in a prompt and professional manner.
Self Discipline the longer term objective
The School has a responsibility to ensure parents and staff are aware of the School’s Head Lice Policy and that parents are provided with a copy of the Department of Health’s Head Lice Fact Sheet and/or are given the link www.health.gov.au/headlice for the website when necessary or on request.
The primary purpose of the School’s IT network infrastructure is to support and enhance the learning and teaching process. Providing access to Internet based resources is an investment in the future of both our students and staff. The School is committed to providing students and staff with the latest online services, including subscriptions to online encyclopedias, online learning systems like Atomic Learning and a content rich Intranet based learning portal.
The School has a number of rules and guidelines for Prep School boys in regards to behaviour, uniform standards and etiquette within the grounds.
The privacy of individuals is highly important to the School. This statement outlines the kind of personal information that Christ Church Grammar School collects, including that of a sensitive nature, and the management and security of this information.
The School believes that the only discipline of real significance is that which the individual imposes upon himself. These rules aim to make each boy aware of the value of self-control, orderliness and the need to cultivate a sense of responsibility for his own conduct and for the larger community of which he is part.
The sport policies at Christ Church include the Bus Policy, Mouthguard Policy and PSA Code of Behaviour Policy.
Injuries and medication procedures.
The School promotes healthy behaviour in relation to issues around skin cancer and aims to protect staff and students from skin damage caused by UV radiation from the sun.
The quality of the relationships we are able to build between people is central to our purpose. The active support of all members of the school community – students, families and staff – is needed if we are to achieve this aim. We value and take pride in the inclusive ethos in our School and expect relationships to display respect and dignity for others.
Christ Church aims to create a safe environment for students, staff and visitors within the grounds of the School. Parking and traffic guidelines are highly important to ensure smooth traffic flow and the wellbeing of members of the community.