Matthew Gibney Catholic School

High Wycombe

30 Munday Road
High Wycombe WA 6057
admin@gibney.wa.edu.au

Policies

Administration of Medication Policy
Catholic school staff have a duty of care to pupils during school hours and at other times when a staff/student relationship exists. Part of the duty of care involves the administering or supervising the administering of medication to students.
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Bullying Policy
In accordance with these Gospel Values and the Vision Statement Matthew Gibney Catholic Primary School states that any form of bullying is totally unacceptable behaviour.
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School Excursions & Camps Policy
Where school camps and excursions are conducted at Matthew Gibney they shall be undertaken as an integral part of the educational program of the school and shall overall reflect authentic Catholic principles and values.
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Crisis Management Policy
Crisis can be considered as any situation faced by staff or students that causes them to experience unusually strong emotional reactions, which may have the potential to interfere with their ability to perform at the scene or later and will have an affect on the wider school community.
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Evacuation & Lockdown Policy
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Healthy Food and Drink Choices Policy
Students in Catholic schools are educated to understand that they are spiritual beings in relationship with God who live in physical bodies that require care. Matthew Gibney Catholic Primary School encourages students to make healthy choices for their lives including healthy food choices.
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Information & Communication Technology – Use by Students(Kindy to Yr 3)
In accordance with the teachings of the Catholic Church, the practice of communication must be totally honest and reflect the highest standard of accountability and sensitivity to human rights and relationships.
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Information & Communication Technology – Use by Students(Yr 4 to 6)
In accordance with the teachings of the Catholic Church, the practice of communication must be totally honest and reflect the highest standard of accountability and sensitivity to human rights and relationships.
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Uniform Policy
The School Uniform Policy has been developed through consultation with the school community and at the direction of the School Board. The school community has chosen the uniform, which is a sign of belonging to our community. It is the responsibility of all parents to ensure that children are attired in correct and complete school uniform at all times.
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