Code of Conduct
The purpose of the Code of Conduct is to describe minimum standards of conduct in all behaviour and decision making to ensure the safety and well-being of students.
Read the full Code of Conduct.
Assessment Processes & Procedures
The purpose of assessment is to assist and enhance learning. It is a continuous and comprehensive process of monitoring a student’s progress toward the achievement of stated outcomes, and is an integral part of the teaching and learning process.
Read the full Assessment Processes & Procedures.
Attendance and Engagement Procedures
At St Francis’ School, the attendance procedures reflect the philosophy of a Catholic CARE School. In particular, they recognise and draw upon the Gospel values of community, hope, compassion and the dignity of the individual.
Read the full Attendance and Engagement Procedures.
As with all decisions concerning children, the best interests of the student are a primary andoverriding consideration in the management of information. A student’s right to safety prevails above all other considerations, including theirs and others’ right to privacy.
Disputes & Complaints
Role of the Director General
The Director General of the Department of Education is responsible for ensuring that the school observes the registration standards, including the standard about its complaints handling system. Any student, parent or community member is entitled to contact the Director General with concerns about how the school has dealt with a complaint. Information is available on the Department of Education website. While the Director General may consider whether the school has breached the registration standards, she does not have power to intervene in a complaint or override the school’s decision.” Disputes & Complaints Executive Directive.
Student wellbeing and Pastoral Care at St Francis’ School is an expression of Christ’s care in our school community through commitment to the total wellbeing of each student. The worth, dignity and uniqueness of every individual is recognised and respected.
Read the full Behaviour Framework.
Catholic Education WA Ltd Whistleblower Policy
As Catholic Education Western Australia Limited (CEWA Ltd) is now an incorporated entity, they are required to comply with the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth), including protections in the Act that were expanded last year by the introduction of the Treasury Laws Amendment (Enhancing Whistleblower Protections) Act 2019 (Cth).
CEWA Ltd has implemented a whistleblower policy that complies with the legal requirements referred to above. The Policy applies to all members of the broad CEWA Ltd community. A link to the Policy is provided below.
Read the full policy.