School Policies are reviewed as part of Kingsley Parks three year review cycle, with approval and review dates indicated for each policy. Please follow links to the current school policies as listed ;
C1 Assessment and reporting Policy
C3 Curriclum Policy
C8 Special religious Instruction Policy
C9 Student Support Policy
C10 Statement of Values and School Philosophy Policy
E5 Cooking and Food handlng Policy
E9 Student Attendance Policy
E10 Student leaders Policy
E11 Student recognitin (Awards) Policy
E13 Digial Technology Policy
F2 Fundraising Policy
F3 Electronic Funds Management Policy
F6 Petty Cash Policy
F7 Fundraising Card Policy
F8 Refunds Policy
M2 Community Involvement Policy
M3 Complaints Resolution Policy
M4 Conflict of Interest Policy
M5 Custody Restriction Policy
M7 Equal Opportunity Policy
M8 Yard Duty Supervision and Parents
M9 International Students Program Policy
M10 Marketing Policy
M13 Photographing, Flming and Recording of Students Policy
M15 Policy Formation Policy
M16 Personal property Policy
M18 Respect of School Staff
M22 Tree Risk management Policy
M24 Use of Animals in Schools Policy
M25 Visitors Policy
CHILD SAFETY STANDARDS
PRIVACY INFORMATION for parents and carers
During the ordinary course of your child’s attendance at our school, school staff will collect your child’s personal and health information when necessary to educate your child, or to support your child’s social and emotional wellbeing or health in the school context. Such information will also be collected when required to fulfil a legal obligation, including duty of care, anti-discrimination law and occupational health and safety law. If that information is not collected, the school may be unable to provide optimal education or support to your child, or fulfil those legal obligations.
For example, health information may be collected through the school nurse, primary welfare officer or wellbeing staff member. If your child is referred to a specific health service at school, such as a Student Support Services officer, the required consent will be obtained. Our school also collects information provided by parents and carers through the School Entrance Health Questionnaire (SEHQ) and the Early Childhood Intervention Service (ECIS) Transition Form.
Our school may use online tools, such as apps and other software, to effectively collect and manage information about your child for teaching and learning purposes, parent communication and engagement; student administration; and school management purposes. When our school uses these online tools, we take steps to ensure that your child’s information is secure. If you have any concerns about the use of these online tools, please contact us.
School staff will only share your child’s personal or health information with other staff who need to know to enable the school to educate or support your child, or fulfil a legal obligation.
When our students transfer to another Victorian government school, personal and health information about that student will be transferred to that next school. Transferring this information is in the best interests of our students and assists that next school to provide optimal education and support to students.
In some limited circumstances, information may be disclosed outside of the school (and outside of the Department of Education and Training). The school will seek your consent for such disclosures unless the disclosure is allowed or mandated by law.
Throughout this notice, ‘staff’ includes principals, teachers, Student Support Service officers, youth workers, social workers, nurses and any other allied health practitioners and all other staff at our school. This includes employees, agents and service providers (contractors) of the Department, whether paid or unpaid.