30 Babbage Island Road
Po Box 141
Carnarvon WA 6701
(08) 9941 4533
School Prefects & Councillors Mission
Behaviour Management Policy
Carnarvon Christian School explicitly forbids the use of any form of child abuse, corporal punishment or other degrading punishment.
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Bring Your Own Device
With the rapid advance in technology, it is not always possible for CCS to provide expensive computer devices for its students. Therefore, allowing students to use their personal computer devices at school is a sensible solution.
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Child Protection Policy
Carnarvon Christian School (CCS) is committed to promoting and protecting at all times the best interests of children involved in its programs.
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Child Safety and Wellbeing Policy
Carnarvon Christian School is committed to the safety and wellbeing of children and young people. We have zero tolerance towards child abuse.
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Code of Conduct
As a staff member of Carnarvon Christian School (CCS) you are expected to uphold the Christian traditions, culture, language and customs that are appropriate within our school.
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Complaints & Disputes Resolutions Leaflet
Carnarvon Christian School [CCS] welcomes suggestions and comments from parents and takes complaints and concerns raised seriously. This leaflet will show you how to use the CCS complaints system.
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Disability Discrimination Policy
This Policy will examine disability (impairment) discrimination and particularly the admission of students and the employment of staff with a disability or impairment. However, it is beyond the scope of this Policy to deal with every aspect of unlawful discrimination that might apply to this School in its day-to-day operation in Western Australia.
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Duty of Care Policy
This policy attempts to explain, in plain English, what ‘duty of care’ means to CCS staff; how teaching staff at CCS may discharge their duty of care to students; and the circumstances in which non-teaching staff, external providers and volunteers at CCS may owe students a duty of care.
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This Policy covers the criteria and procedures for the enrolment of children at Carnarvon Christian Parent Controlled School Association [Inc].
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Fee Payment Policy
Excursions, Incursions and Camps Policy
Students’ experiences outside the school grounds contribute to the development of their understandings, skills and attitudes. Thus excursions and camps that build on and reinforce the school curriculum can develop and consolidate students’ understandings and skills.
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Student Equity & Diversity Policy
Carnarvon Christian School strives to be a Supportive School Community with a collective responsibility to develop and nurture the unique qualities and abilities of the individual. A supportive school community emerges from the interaction of a shared set of beliefs, attitudes and actions. It is a place of learning for all in which everything that happens contributes to the spiritual, intellectual, social and emotional growth of all its learners.
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Student Health Care Policy
At Carnarvon Christian School the health, safety and welfare of students and staff are of paramount concern. The School is committed to the care, safety and protection of all students attending Carnarvon Christian School. School staff should be well informed and well prepared to manage ongoing health needs and respond to health emergencies.
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The School collects personal information, including sensitive information about students and parents or guardians, before and during the course of a student's enrolment at the School. The primary purpose of collecting this information is to enable the School to provide schooling for your son or daughter. Some of the information we collect is to satisfy the School's legal obligations, particularly to enable the Schoo lto discharge its duty of care.
Racial Discrimination Policy
Racial Discrimination and harassment is against the law. Carnarvon Christian School has a strong attitude towards racial discrimination and harassment and will not tolerate these things in any way. The School is committed to providing and upholding a completely non-discriminatory environment.
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People working with Children and Young People are suitable and supported to reflect child safety and wellbeing values.
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Risk Management Policy
This Policy covers Carnarvon Christian Parent Controlled School Association (Incorporated) which administers Carnarvon Christian School. This Policy is intended to protect the interests of all staff, students, visitors, volunteers and contractors to ensure their safety, security and wellbeing.
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Our School Rules are based on “CCS’ School Way” – ‘God cares for you so take care of yourself, take care of others, take care of your school.’ The CCS’ School Way reflects CCS’ school motto ‘Walk as Children of Light’ and encompasses the aforementioned principles.
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Sexual Discrimination Policy
This Sex Discrimination & Sexual Harassment Policy has been prepared by members of the Association alongside other Policies and Procedures in order that Carnarvon Christian School has the means to address issues which may arise from time to time, and to resolve those issues through the application of a Biblically sound process, and also according to, and within, current Commonwealth and State Laws.
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Carnarvon Christian School values the significant contribution made by its volunteers. The primary source of volunteers in our School is the students’ parents. We recognize that this is a rich resource of information, experience and ideas that our school can tap into to enhance student learning. As a parent controlled school we acknowledge that our parents are the first and foremost teachers of their children and as a school we partner with them in this exciting journey.
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