St Matthew's School Narrogin
St Matthew's School Narrogin
Code of Conduct
The purpose of the Code of Conduct is to describe minimum standards of conduct in all behaviour and decision making to ensure the safety and well-being of students.
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Code of Conduct for Students
As students of St Matthew’s School, we understand that all members of our school community
need to follow a Code of Conduct for the safety and well-being of everybody as we strive to show
concern for God, self, others and our environment.
View the Code of Conduct for Students.
Anaphylaxis is potentially life threatening and always requires an emergency response. The St Matthew’s Anaphylaxis Policy has been developed to ensure that every reasonable effort is made to minimise the exposure of students at risk of an allergic reaction to known allergens within the school environment or whilst attending an official school excursion.
View the Anaphylaxis policy.
Assesment & Reporting
St Matthew’s School is committed to providing high quality educational programs to meet the needs of our students. Quality assessment and reporting practices are important in the achievement of high quality learning outcomes, and form part of the teaching and learning process.
View the Assesment & Reporting policy.
The behaviour management policy at St Matthew’s is based on the premise that all members of our community have the right to be treated with respect and courtesy.
View the Behaviour Management policy.
Crunch & Sip
Crunch & Sip break is a set break for students to eat fruit or salad vegetables and drink water in the classroom.
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At St Matthew’s School we believe that all students have the right to an education in an environment where they feel safe and happy. We also believe that parents have the right to know that their child is going to be able to learn and enjoy their school life without the threat of bullying.
View the Cyber Bullying Policy
Disputes and Complaints Policy
The School Education Act requires an educational system to have a means by which disputes and complaint about the provision of education are resolved. The staff of St Matthew’s School are committed to working harmoniously together in order to build community through respecting the rights and responsibilities of each other.
View the Disputes and Complaints Policy.
How To Deal With A Dispute Or Complaint In A Catholic School
The purpose of this publication is to provide an overview of the process to be utilised in Catholic schools in the resolution of a dispute or complaint that may arise from time to time.
View the How To Deal With A Dispute Or Complaint policy.
Healthy Food and Drink Choices
The human person, though made of body and soul, is a unity… The human body shares in the dignity of the image of God: it is a human body precisely because it is animated by a spiritual soul, and it is the whole human person that is intended to become, in the body of Christ, a temple of the Spirit.
View the Healthy Food and Drink policy.
Homework is an integral part of a child’s education. It promotes a relationship that helps maintain communication between school and home on the child’s academic growth, and reinforces basic skills and concepts that have been taught in class.
View the Homework policy.
The purpose of this policy is to create and maintain a cyber safe, acceptable use culture that is in keeping with the values of the school and legislative and professional obligations.
View the ICT policy.
ICT Use By Students (K-2)
Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is utilised in schools for learning, teaching and administration. The availability of such resources provides the opportunity for schools to help students develop their full potential.
View the ICT Use By Students (K-2) Policy.
Digital Devices, such as mobile phones, smart watches, iPads and iPods, are part of modern society and the school accepts that many students will possess these devices. There are times when it may be genuinely appropriate and useful for students to have access to them. However, ever-changing technology presents a number of challenges to the school environment.
View the Mobile Phone Policy.
Social & Emotional Wellbeing
This policy forms part of our whole-school ethos in which St. Matthew’s School aims to promote the full physical, social, intellectual, emotional and spiritual development of its students.
View the Social & Emotional Wellbeing policy.
School Camp & Excursion
School camps and excursions can be an integral part of the educational programe of the school, and serve to provide opportunities and experiences that are not always possible within the confines of the school.
View the School Camp & Excursion policy.
School Fees: Setting and Collection
The Catholic Education Commission of Western Australia (CECWA) has a responsibility to make a Catholic education available to all Catholic students whose parents seek a Catholic education for them, insofar as this is possible, while embodying the Church’s preferential option for the poor and disadvantaged (Mandate page 50).
View the School Fees: Setting and Collection policy.
St Matthew’s school exists to further the mission of the Church. In Western Australia, the Mandate of the Bishops requires the Catholic Education Commission of WA to make Catholic school education available to all Catholic children, insofar as this is possible.
View the Student Enrolment policy.
Australia has the highest rate of skin cancer in the world. Research indicates that childhood and adolescent sun exposure is an important contributing factor to the development of skin cancer. As students are at school during times when UV radiation levels are highest, schools play a major role in minimising students’ UV exposure.
View the Sun Protection policy.
St Matthew’s School has a long history in Narrogin, and we, as the current custodians of this school, wish to continue the proud traditions already entrenched. The school uniform is a symbol, to us and to the public, of all that we represent, and, as such, we believe that a high standard of presentation is important.
View the Uniform policy.
The purpose of this Volunteers’ policy is to set out the standards of behaviour expected of those who assist in the school and to detail the necessary procedures that will help solve issues as soon as possible so that a safe and harmonious school environment is maintained.
View the Volunteers’ policy.
St Matthew’s School has a deep and lasting concern to provide educational opportunities that enable each child to grow as God intends.
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