Dispute and Complaint Resolution Procedure
On occasions there may be a disagreement with a decision and a dispute or complaint may arise within a Catholic school. The interactions and protocols of Catholic schools emphasise the sacredness of human life and the dignity of the individual. Catholic Education is committed to ensuring that disputes and complaints are dealt with fairly, objectively and in a timely manner, and that processes reflect the principles of participation, co-responsibility and subsidiarity.
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Assessment and Reporting Procedure
The following procedure has been designed in response to The School Curriculum and Standards Authority and its request for all schools to provide a School Assessment and Reporting procedure. This procedure will provide students, parents, guardians and the school community with information about how School Assessment and Reporting takes place within St Patrick’s Primary, and how it aims to meet the learning needs of all students. The procedure is designated into three key areas, Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting.
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School Attendance Guidelines and Procedures
Each school is required to keep accurate attendance records for all its students. This includes taking attendance.
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School Fee Setting and Collection Procedure
Parents are required to make a commitment to support Catholic education financially by paying fees as a necessary contribution to the costs of delivering a Catholic education.
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As with all decisions concerning children, the best interests of the student are a primary and overriding consideration in the management of information. A student’s right to safety prevails above all other considerations, including theirs and others’ right to privacy.
Privacy Collection Notice
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Whistleblower Protection Framework
Catholic Education Western Australia Limited (CEWA Ltd) is committed to fostering a culture that reflects transparency and integrity and promotes Catholic values and ethical behaviour. The Catholic Education Commission of Western Australia (CECWA) Whistleblower Policy and associated procedures are designed to uphold CEWA Ltd’s shared values arising from the Catholic Social Teaching Principles of the dignity of the human person, the common good, subsidiarity, co-responsibility and participation.
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