Strive to Succeed
Phone (03) 9709 7777

Policies and Procedures

SCHOOL POLICIES

The school has developed various policies over the years relating to student safety, health, wellbeing, engagement and curriculum, all of which are available upon request at the school office.

Please click on the following links to open the school policies.

Ambulance Attendance Policy Ambulance Attendance Policy (137 KB)

Communications Procedures and Schedule Policy Communications Procedures and Schedule Policy (74 KB)

Excursion and Camping Policies and Procedures Excursion and Camping Policies and Procedures (70 KB)

Yard Supervision Policy Yard Supervision Policy (44 KB)

Duty of Care Duty of Care (46 KB)

Student Engagement Policy Student Engagement Policy (435 KB)

Wellbeing Policy Wellbeing Policy (46 KB)

Managing Student Behaviour (Discipline) Policy Managing Student Behaviour (Discipline) Policy (48 KB)

Mandatory Reporting Policy Mandatory Reporting Policy (29 KB)

Cyber Safety and Anti-bullying Policy Cyber Safety and Anti-bullying Policy (54 KB)

Emergency Management and Critical Incident Policies Emergency Management and Critical Incident Policies (810 KB)

Sun smart Policy Sun smart Policy (52 KB)

Complaint Resolutions Policy Complaint Resolutions Policy (2143 KB)

Anaphylaxis Policy Anaphylaxis Policy (423 KB)

Bikes, Skateboards and Scooters Policy Bikes, Skateboards and Scooters Policy (351 KB)

Care Arrangments for Ill Students and First Aid Policy Care Arrangments for Ill Students and First Aid Policy (488 KB)

Class Formation Policy Class Formation Policy (356 KB)

Court Orders Policy Court Orders Policy (351 KB)

Head Lice Policy Head Lice Policy (357 KB)

Homework Policy Homework Policy (387 KB)

Child Safe Policy Child Safe Policy (373 KB)

ICT Acceptable Use Policy ICT Acceptable Use Policy (472 KB)

Medications Policy Medications Policy (356 KB)

Uniform Policy Uniform Policy (239 KB)

SCHOOL PROCEDURES

Please advise us if your child suffers from asthma, diabetes, epilepsy, and allergies to drugs, stings or any other medical condition that affects your child, we may need to know about. We will record this information in the Class Attendance Roll and in the Student Health Centre so that appropriate treatment can be given if necessary.

REPORTING DAYS

During the year, pupil-free days occur for curriculum or reporting days where in-service education is provided for teachers.  Curriculum programs are updated or school reports are done. Children do not attend school on these days and you will be notified by newsletter or special notice in advance on these days — generally speaking these days occupy the first three days of the school year however a reporting day operates in June.

STUDENTS AND PUBLICITY PHOTOGRAPHS

From time to time we like to feature photographs of our students at work, in publicity or in newspapers. At all times students are identified on a first name basis only. At times students are recorded on video and in the past some of our students have featured on television. If you have any particular reason why you would not want your child to participate in any of the above, then it is your responsibility to advise us of your decision.

Our School Rules

MPPS School Rules MPPS School Rules (307 KB)

What do our school rules mean? What do our school rules mean? (34 KB)