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Policies and Guidelines

eSmart Policy

Published: 2015

Status: Current

 

Gippsland Grammar recognises the importance of Information Communication Technology (ICT) in preparing students for the world around them and believes ICT is an integral part of the curriculum. We want our students to be confident, effective and safe using technology. As an eSmart school we will promote Cybersafety in our school community and explicitly teach our students about safe and responsible online behaviors in partnership with parents/guardians.

 

grievance Procedure

Published: 2018

Status: Current

 

The purpose of the Gippsland Grammar Grievance procedure is to ensure that individuals and groups within the school and broader community will behave in ways which are collaborative and cooperative in order to help deliver the best outcomes for our students. When differences of opinion or differences in behaviour cause offence it is expected that individuals or groups will resolve issues between themselves through open and honest dialogue. Parties are encouraged to speak openly and honestly about their issues, to engage in dialogue face to face with the other party, to keep issues confidential where possible, to avoid engaging authorities outside the School to boost their own case and be prepared to contribute to the desired solution.

 

Homework Policy

Published: 2014

Status: Current

 

Gippsland Grammar’s Homework Policy – A guide for parents and students.

 

Privacy Policy

Published: 2016

Status: Current

 

This policy outlines Gippsland Grammar’s (“the School”) policy in how the School uses and manages personal information provided to or collected by it.

 

Respectful Relationships Policy

Published: 2018

Status: Current

 

Our five core values (Compassion, Leadership, Excellence, Respect and Responsibility) underpin all aspects of life at Gippsland Grammar and as such are at the heart of our approach to managing student behaviour and respectful relationships.

Gippsland Grammar’s Academic Care educational model clearly sets out our holistic and whole school approach to education. This policy aims to ensure that relationships are consistent with and contribute to the interconnected strands of Academic Care; namely Wellbeing, Curriculum and Teaching & Learning.