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The Board has a number of policies and procedures that ensure we meet our legal responsibilities and provide clarity around decision making.  There is a regular 3-year review cycle for each one, unless the law requires amendments to be made, or changes are made as a result of internal school review.  Parents, often through the PTA meetings, are consulted on recommended changes as and when required.

Below is a list of all policies and procedures.
Curriculum Board Health and Safety Personnel Asset Management
National Administration Guidelines Consultation Abuse of Students Personnel Policy Monitoring and Spending Monies
Home Learning Procedure Schedule of Delegations Harassment Staff Appointment Credit Card Control
Supporting Children With Special Needs (CWSN) Bicultural Understanding Behaviour Management Equal Employment Opportunities International Students
Extended Curriculum School Uniform Privacy Police Vetting International Students Review
English Speakers of Other Language (ESOL) Sponsorship Sun Protection Professional Development International Students Medical and Travel Insurance Policy
Attendance Marking Media Relations Substance Abuse Performance Appraisal International Students Accommodation
  Accessing Personnel Files Online Publication of Student Images and Work Unit Allocation International Students Fees Protection
    Infection Control Classroom Release Time International Students Emergency and Accidents
    Animal Welfare Funding Assistance for Personal Study Group International Students Policy
    Road Safety Leave Pastoral Welfare and Safety
    Accidents and Sickness Protected Disclosure Refund Policy for International Students
    Emergency Complaints Documentation for International Students
    Child Protection Staff Discipline International Students: Agent’s Declaration
    Bullying Travel Theft and Fraud
    Leaving School During School Hours Raising Concerns Cash Management
    Playground Supervision   Segregation of Financial Duties
    Custodial Parents   Asset Register
    Hazard Identification   Entertainment
    Food and Nutrition   Gifts
    Education Outside the Classroom   Sensitive Expenditure
    Deployment of Computer Systems    
    Bring Your Own Device    
    Dogs on School Grounds    
    Digital Citizenship    
    Induction, Training and Information    
    Others in the Workplace    
    Personal Protective Equipment    
    Risk Management    
    Worker Engagement and Participation    
    Searches, Surrender and Retention of Property