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Co-Curricular

Student Welfare
First Focus

Rationale

Self-esteem is perhaps the single most important factor in helping a child advance his/her potential. Self-esteem activities are carried out by individual classroom teachers, staff and community at appropriate levels. Therefore at Glenroy Private, all staff members are informed of their legal responsibilities for the care, safety and welfare of the students. In addition, at Glenroy Private, we are committed to the welfare of our students through the provision of policies in the areas of:

Managing complaints or grievances
• Anaphylaxis management plans
• Mandatory reporting procedures
• Emergency management plan
• Critical incident plan
• Accidents and incident register
• First aid policy and procedures, and
• Internet use policy and procedures.
• Anti-bullying and harassment
• Drug use policy

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Aim

The aim of the welfare programme is to develop the skills of students in a safe, happy and caring environment to help meet the challenges of the future. At Glenroy Private we believe our school is:

A safe and happy environment.

  • · Drug free.
  • · Well maintained.
First Focus

Welfare And Pastoral Care

Glenroy Private provides pastoral care to its students and ensures their welfare through the appointment of a Welfare Coordinator who in addition to his role in pastoral care, has the responsibility of developing working relationships with external agencies such as Students Services – DEECD, Special Development Centres, Department of Human Service including access to counselling in order to provide the following:

  • Identification of and provision of support for studentswith special needs
  • Monitoring students’ health needs and the distribution and monitoring of medication
  • Response to serious incidents and emergencies
  • Provide referrals to external agencies that can assist students and families
  • Organise Student Support Group Meetings
  • Adequate homework

Glenroy Private will extend and enrich the potential and achievements of our students through:

  • Creating an environment that is conducive to learning.
  • Providing a wide range of technological resources.
  • Fostering individuality.
  • Fostering and promoting self-esteem.
  • Developing social skills including co-operation.
  •  Fostering a respect for themselves and others.
  • Celebrating student achievements and success.
  • Providing a wide subject choice both academic and vocational.
  • Providing a wide range of extra-curricular activities.
  • Providing consistent discipline and the opportunity to develop self-discipline.
  • Providing an adaptable, innovative and professional staff.
  • Promoting and strengthening the school’s local link.
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A Strategy to Promote Good Discipline and Effective Learning

Students who choose inappropriate behaviors are not satisfying their needs in responsible ways. At Glenroy Private, as educators, our role is to help students make better behavior choices and to help them understand they can’t always get what they want but they can make better choices to get what they need.

Further Welfare Important Points

RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Parents enrolling their children at Glenroy Private enter into a partnership between themselves, their children and the school staff. This partnership is based on shared responsibilities, expectations and mutual respect. Rights and responsibilities of each partner are listed below

BEST PRACTICE

BEST PRACTICE GUIDELINES

Parents

Rights

  • To be treated fairly and with respect.
  • To feel welcome.
  • To be informed.
  • To know that their children work, play and learn in a friendly safe and helpful school environment.

Responsibilities

  • To ensure that children attend school punctually and regularly.
  • To understand and support the Glenroy Private Behavioural Management System (RBM)
  • To ensure children are aware of their own responsibilities.
  • To ensure children wear the school uniform, as agreed by the whole school community.
  • To enter into a positive partnership with teachers so that together there is support for each child to achieve optimum progress.
  • To maintain open communications with all partners – children and school staff.
  • To assume responsibility for getting children to and from school.
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Location: 93 Daley St, Glenroy VIC 3046, Australia

Telephone: +61 3 9306 7988

Email: admin@glenroyprivate.vic.edu.au

School Hours: M-F: 8am - 4pm