St. Joseph’s Primary School holds the care, safety and wellbeing of children and young people as a central and fundamental responsibility. Central to the mission is an unequivocal commitment to fostering the dignity, self-esteem and integrity of children and young people and providing them with a safe, supportive and enriching environment to develop spiritually, physically, intellectually, emotionally and socially.
Mrs. Maryanne Evans and Mr Matthew O'Brien have been appointed as Child Safety Officers for St. Joseph’s Primary School.
Mrs. Evans and Mr O'Brien can be contacted by calling the school office on (03) 5561 1343 or email any queries to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Child Safety Policies and Guidelines
CECV Statement of Commitment to Child Safety
DOBCEL Child Safe Governance Policy
DOBCEL Child Safe Risk Management Guidelines
DOBCEL Guidelines for Police and DFFH Interview Protocols
DOBCEL PROTECT-Identifying and Responding to Student Sexual Offending
DOBCEL PROTECT- Identifying and Responding to Abuse Responding Obligations Policy
DOBCEL PROTECT Reportable Conduct Scheme Policy
Position Description Guidance for Child Safety Officers
St. Joseph’s Primary School Bullying Prevention (including Cyberbullying) Policy
St Josephs Primary School Child Safety and Wellbeing Policy
St Joseph's Primary School Complaints Handling Policy
St Joseph's Primary School Diversity and Equity Policy
St Joseph's Primary School Engaging Families and Caregivers in Child Safety Policy
St Joseph's Primary School PROTECT: Reporting and Responding Obligations Procedures for Schools
St Joseph's Primary School Safeguarding Children Young People Code of Conduct
St Joseph's Primary School Recruitment Policy
St Joseph's Primary School Child Safety Policy - Student Version
A guide for creating a Child Safe Organisation
CECV Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Action Plan
Working with Children Check
Parents and volunteers are encouraged to support St. Joseph’s Primary School and our students by volunteering their time to help in classrooms, school events, excursions, canteen and various other times as invited by the school. In 2008, new State Legislation required volunteers working with children in Victoria to have a current Working with Children Check (WWC Check).
If you would like to volunteer your time at St. Joseph’s Primary School for any purpose/event, you will need a current Working with Children Check (WWCC), this is Victorian Government legislation.
Working With Children Check website