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Mission and Vision
Burleigh Heads Catholic Parish
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Students and Families
Information and Communication Technology
School Fee Structure and Policy
Uniform and Bookshop
Marymount Swimming Squad
Canberra 2018-Year 6
Learning Enhancement Centre (LEC)
P & F President's Message
P & F Committee
Frequently Asked Questions
Parent Handbook - Part 1
Parent Handbook - Part 2
Parent Handbook - Part 3
Parent Handbook - Part 4
Parent Handbook - Part 5
Absence from School
Internet, Social Media and Mobile Phones
Learning Enhancement Centre (LEC)
The rights and responsibilities of students are set out in the table below.
to be treated with courtesy and respect.
to be free from violence, intimidation, bullying and harassment from other members of the school community.
to have legitimate problems listened to and acted upon justly.
to treat others with courtesy and respect
to take care of themselves and others
to refrain from using violence of any sort. (e.g. physical, verbal, psychological)
to refrain from bullying, intimidating or harassing others.
to be provided with facilities and equipment that are safe and free from hazard.
to have access to safety equipment including hats and sunscreen.
to have safety rules clearly explained and carried out.
to be familiar with lockdown and emergency evacuation procedures.
to be provided with shade areas and a variety of play options in the playground.
to listen to safety directions and follow them implicitly and immediately.
to always wear safety equipment, including hats and sunscreen.
to move around the school sensibly, quietly and in an orderly manner.
to follow directions promptly and cooperate fully during lockdown and emergency evacuation procedures.
to refrain from participating when not fulfilling safety requirements.
to assemble as instructed by teacher at the end of breaks.
to sit in designated eating areas at lunch time before play.
to be provided with a variety of learning experiences and opportunities.
to learn with minimal disruption in an environment conducive to learning.
to have the opportunity to have a turn
to be offered necessary assistance with learning.
to learn at an appropriate level which meets needs.
to be familiar with a clearly stated and consistently implemented school Behaviour Management plan.
to participate in learning activities and experiences.
to have a turn and give others a turn.
to refrain from being disruptive.
to listen attentively.
to assist in creating an environment conducive to learning.
to make a genuine effort to learn.
to be listened to.
to have a turn to speak.
to be spoken to respectfully.
to listen to others
to refrain from interrupting while others are speaking.
to follow standard school communication procedures.
to be provided with a safe and accessible place to store personal property and equipment.
to expect that their property and equipment will be well cared for and won’t be damaged.
to work, learn and play in a clean and tidy environment.
to be provided with materials / resources necessary to assist in maintaining the school environment in this way (e.g. bins; school cleaners).
to take care of own and others' property and equipment.
to assist in maintaining a clean and tidy working, learning and playing environment.
to refrain from bringing inappropriate / undesirable property or equipment to school.
to report possession of this type of property or equipment.