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POLICY

SUBIACO PRIMARY SCHOOL

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Policy

Subiaco Primary School
Nut Minimisation Policy

Nut Minimisation Policy

We have students who have been medically diagnosed with the potential to suffer a sudden, severe and potentially fatal allergic reaction to nuts. This is known as anaphylaxis. Even trace amounts of nuts can cause anaphylaxis. Most life threatening reactions occur hen nuts are eaten. Serious reaction can also occur from skin contact and inhalation of nut particles.

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Homework Policy

Homework Policy

Homework is a purposeful out of class learning that seeks to enhance the extent to which children benefit from their education.

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Assessment and Reporting Policy

Assessment and Reporting Policy

Assessment is the process of gathering, analysing and interpreting quality information about student learning. Assessment is the purposeful, systematic and ongoing collection of information appropriate to the age and development for the students. Assessment is also demonstrably fair, valid, comprehensive, explicit and educative.

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Behaviour Management In School Policy

Behaviour Management In School Policy

We believe that the environment should be safe and caring for all members of the school community. Bullying, violence and harassment are not tolerated in any circumstances because they infringe on our fundamental rights to safety and fair treatment.

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Complaints Management Policy

Complaints Management Policy

Quality management of a complaint goes beyond simply complying with policy. When we handle a complaint well, we give expression to our motto Our Best.
As a parent or care giver you play a vital role in your child’s learning. Building a positive relationship between home and school plays an important part in the education of your child.

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Student Health Care Policy

Student Health Care Policy

Subiaco Primary School promotes student health, supports student health care needs, and identifies and minimises health risks within the context of the schools’ resources.

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Mobile Phones Policy

Mobile Phones Policy

Mobile phones are important modern day communication tools, essential in providing a safe and effective school environment. However, they can easily be improperly used, lost or damaged and must therefore be effectively managed. Students are encouraged to use the school telephones under supervision should the need arise with mobile phones available to children for use before and after school hours.

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School Dress Code

School Dress Code

Subiaco Primary School has established a Dress Code for the following reasons. A School Dress Code: [i] Assists in building a school identity, [ii] Assists in building school and team spirit, [iii] Encourages equity between students by reducing peer pressure, [iv] Contributes to student safety, comfort and well-being, and [v] Is a cost-effective option for parents.

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Crunch & Sip

Crunch & Sip

Crunch&Sip® break is a set break for students to eat fruit or salad vegetables and drink water in the classroom. Subiaco Primary School has introduced Crunch&Sip® to support students to establish healthy eating habits whilst at school.

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Interschool Teams Selection Guidelines

Interschool Teams Selection Guidelines

The Interschool Selection Committee agrees that the best athletes should have the opportunity to represent their school.

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Sustainability Policy

Sustainability Policy

Subiaco Primary School is committed to a whole-school approach to environmental education, of which waste minimisation and litter reduction plays a vital role. We believe that the teaching and learning environment should be safe, caring and clean for all members of the school community.

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Sponsorship Policy

Sponsorship Policy

From time to time Subiaco Primary School has approaches from outside organisations and individuals seeking to advertise their products or to make a contribution to a particular program or project undertaken by the school. There are also opportunities where the school might welcome the assistance of outsiders in launching an educational endeavour or marketing particular highlights of the school’s program.

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Class Placement Policy

Class Placement Policy

Individual class placements can have significant effects on students’ attainments and must primarily be based on professional judgements of the child’s educational needs, circumstances and interests.

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Internet Code of Conduct

Internet Code of Conduct

I agree to follow all these rules. I understand that use of the Internet at Subiaco School is a privilege and that inappropriate use may result in a cancellation of this privilege. My parent/s support my use of the Internet within the guidelines of this Code of Conduct.

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Healthy Eating Policy

Healthy Eating Policy

To promote a culture that fosters healthy eating habits of students at the school. To comply with Department of Education guidelines on healthy eating. To ensure teachers, students, parents and visitors are informed about the healthy eating guidelines and the school’s approach to implementing these.

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Volunteer Policy

Volunteer Policy

To provide clear guidelines for staff and volunteers regarding the involvement of volunteers in activities auspiced by the school. To comply with current legislative requirements in relation to working with children.

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Working With Children Policy

Working With Children Policy

To provide safe environment for students at the school. To ensure that school staff, parents, relatives, visitors and volunteers comply with the Working with Children legislation.

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