Our Aboriginal Learning, Wellbeing and Safety Action Plan is about empowering Koorie students through a culturally inclusive environment and tailored education.

Our Accidents and Incidents Reporting Policy ensures adherence to DET guidelines for managing and reporting accidents or incidents, including first aid and documentation.

Our Anaphylaxis Policy outlines procedures to support students at risk of anaphylaxis, ensuring compliance with Ministerial Order 706 and Department's guidelines for anaphylaxis management.

Our Anti Bullying and Cyber Bullying Policy is about creating a safe, positive environment by preventing and addressing all forms of bullying and harassment, promoting respect, and encouraging personal growth.

Our Assessment and Reporting Policy is about promoting positive learning attitudes, communicating student achievements, and providing recommendations for future learning. It involves students, teachers, and parents in decision-making.

Our Asthma Policy ensures support for students with asthma through Asthma Action Plans, staff training, emergency response plans, and provision of Asthma Emergency Kits.

Our Attendance Policy ensures all children of compulsory school age are enrolled and attend school regularly, emphasizing the importance of daily attendance for academic and social development.

Our Administration of Medication Policy outlines the procedures for managing the provision of medication to students during school hours or activities, ensuring safety and compliance with health guidelines.

Our Bullying Prevention Policy aims to ensure a safe, respectful learning environment by preventing and addressing all forms of bullying and harassment.

Our Camps and Excursions Policy outlines the procedures for planning and conducting student camps, excursions, and adventure activities, ensuring safety, inclusivity, and educational value.

Our Care Arrangements for ill Students Policy ensures the provision of timely and competent first aid to students, maintaining communication with parents, and managing health-related incidents effectively.

Our Cash Handling Policy ensures consistent, transparent cash handling practices to protect staff, minimize risks, and maintain accountability in financial transactions.

Our Child Safety Code of Conduct sets the expected behaviour of adults interacting with children, promoting child safety, and outlining procedures for reporting and managing child safety concerns.

Our Child Safety and Wellbeing Policy is about ensuring a safe and inclusive environment for all students. It outlines our commitment to child safety, procedures for handling complaints, and strategies for promoting cultural safety and diversity.

Our Child Safety Responding and Reporting Obligations Policy and Procedures is about outlining the steps for responding to child abuse complaints, ensuring staff understand their legal obligations, and promoting a safe environment for all students.

Our Communication of Policies outlines the process of developing, reviewing, and communicating school policies to ensure they reflect the school's operations, directions, and goals.

Our Communication with College Staff Policy outlines the process for parents and carers to make enquiries, report issues, and communicate with various staff members for different concerns.

Our Complaints Policy is about managing concerns and complaints in a timely, effective, fair, and respectful manner. It outlines the process for students, parents, carers, and community members to raise and resolve issues.

Our Complaints Policy Flowchart outlines the process for addressing student-related concerns and complaints, from informal discussions with teachers to formal escalation to the regional department.

Our Critical Incident Management Plan outlines the procedures for responding to traumatic or critical incidents, ensuring safety, providing accurate information, and offering support to all affected.

Our Critical Incident Policy ensures the safety and wellbeing of staff and students during incidents, injuries, or traumas, and outlines the procedures for response, reporting, and providing care.

Our Curriculum Framework Policy focuses on providing a comprehensive, inclusive, and innovative education that caters to diverse student needs, encourages excellence, and aligns with DET guidelines.

Our Child Safety Induction Pack for Volunteers is about introducing policies and procedures for volunteers to ensure child safety.

Our Digital Learning Policy is about promoting safe, responsible, and discerning use of digital technologies to enhance learning. It outlines the expectations for student behaviour, the school's commitment to digital safety, and the procedures for responding to inappropriate behaviour online.

Our Dog Policy is about managing the presence of dogs in the school environment. It outlines restrictions on dog access to the school grounds to ensure safety and minimize the risk of accidents or injuries.

Our Drug and Alcohol Education and Management Policy is about educating students about drugs and alcohol through a harm minimisation approach. It outlines the school's commitment to discouraging unnecessary drug use, managing drug-related issues, and providing support to students and parents when necessary.

Our Duty of Care Policy explains the school's legal obligation to take reasonable steps to reduce the risk of foreseeable harm, including personal injury or damage to property. It outlines various school policies and procedures to manage common risks in the school environment.

Our Emergency Bushfire Management Policy outlines routine precautionary strategies for maintaining a safe school environment, focusing on fire prevention and emergency access.

Our Emergency Management Policy ensures the safety of students, staff, and visitors during emergencies, and provides guidelines for trauma support and emergency drills.

Our Enrolment Policy outlines the requirements and procedures for admitting students, including documentation, eligibility, and immunisation status considerations.

Our Excursions Policy aims to enhance students' learning and social skills development through activities outside the school environment, ensuring affordability, safety, and inclusivity.

Our External Providers Policy ensures the safety and educational quality of programs delivered by external providers, maintaining a secure, supportive learning environment.

Our External Therapist Policy outlines the guidelines for managing applications for external therapy during school hours, ensuring inclusive education for all students.

Our Food Sharing Policy provides guidelines for safe food consumption at school, addressing allergies and dietary needs, and discourages food sharing among students.

Our First Aid Policy outlines the school's approach to providing first aid to students, ensuring their safety and well-being during school hours and activities.

Our General Appearance Policy sets guidelines for students' appearance, promoting equality, safety, and a positive community image, in line with our Uniform Policy.

Our Good Leadership and Governance Policy emphasizes creating a child-safe school environment, focusing on risk management, staff training, and promoting children's wellbeing.

Our Health Care Needs Policy ensures appropriate support for students with health care needs through individualized Student Health Support Plans, staff training, and effective communication.

Our Improving Student Learning Outcomes Strategy focuses on enhancing student achievements through data-informed instruction and a differentiated learning approach.

Our Inclusion and Diversity Policy is about ensuring respect, dignity, and equal opportunity for all members of our community, irrespective of their personal attributes.

Our Incursions Policy facilitates learning by integrating external resources and experts, ensuring the activities are affordable, relevant, and comply with all educational requirements.

Our Internet Procedures Policy provides comprehensive guidelines for students and staff on appropriate internet use, ensuring safety, respect, and adherence to legal requirements.

Our Internet Policy promotes responsible internet usage, ensuring access to global information while maintaining privacy, safety, and respect for all users.

Our Managing Complaints and Grievances Policy provides a clear process for resolving grievances between the school and community, fostering strong relationships and a supportive learning environment.

Our Mobile Phones Policy regulates student use of mobile phones during school hours, ensuring they are switched off and securely stored, except for granted exceptions.

Our On-Site Supervision Policy ensures adequate supervision of students in school premises during defined periods, including before and after school, recess, and lunchtime, safeguarding students from potential hazards.

Our Parent Payments Policy outlines the responsibilities of parents for providing essential education items, optional extras, and voluntary financial contributions, with support options available for families experiencing hardship.

Our Policy Development Policy guides the process of creating and reviewing school policies, ensuring transparency, consultation, and adherence to Department of Education guidelines.

Our Privacy Collection Notice informs about the collection, use, and management of personal and health information of students and families, ensuring compliance with Victorian privacy law.

Our Schools' Privacy Policy safeguards personal and health information of students, staff, and families, ensuring compliance with Victorian privacy law, and managing data securely and responsibly.

Our Refund Policy outlines the process for applying for a refund of payments  made to the school, ensuring fairness and clarity, and preventing any financial disadvantage to the school.

Our School Environmental Management Plan aims to embed sustainability in our operations, curriculum, and community engagement. It focuses on reducing ecological footprint, promoting biodiversity, managing waste, conserving energy and water, and encouraging green purchasing practices.

Our Student Accident Insurance Cover document informs parents and guardians that the Department of Education does not provide personal accident insurance or ambulance cover for students, and they are responsible for medical and transport costs in case of accidents.

Our Student Behaviour Management Policy aims to foster a positive, respectful, and cooperative environment, emphasizing responsible student behavior and effective discipline strategies.

Our Student Wellbeing Engagement Policy is about ensuring a safe, supportive, and inclusive learning environment for all students, promoting positive behaviour, and providing necessary support for students and families.

Our SunSmart Policy aims to minimize the risk of skin and eye damage and skin cancer through a combination of sun protection measures, provision of adequate shade, and fostering independent sun protection skills.

Our Uniform Policy outlines the dress code for students, promoting equality, pride, and identification with the college. It includes guidelines for summer, winter, and sports uniforms.

Our Statement of Values and School Philosophy outlines our commitment to a safe, supportive, and inclusive environment, promoting democratic principles and behavioral expectations.

Our Volunteer Policy outlines the recruitment, screening, supervision, and management processes for volunteers to ensure a child-safe environment and clarify volunteers' legal rights.

Our Visitor Policy aims to ensure a safe and secure learning environment by monitoring and managing visitors, including parents, contractors, and external exam supervisors, during school hours. It outlines sign-in procedures, conduct expectations, and clearance requirements.

Our Yard Duty Supervision Policy ensures staff understand their responsibilities for student supervision during school hours, before and after school, and on school excursions and camps.