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 at John Paul College.
JPC Staff Code of Conduct
JPC Student Code of Conduct
The purpose of the Disputes and Complaints policy is to provide an overview of the process to be utilised in the resolution of a dispute or complaint that may arise from time to time.
Disputes and Complaints Policy
How to deal with a dispute or complaint in a Catholic school
CECWA Whistleblower Policy
John Paul College has a responsibility to provide an educational environment that promotes the dignity and respect of the person and, therefore, aims to encourage the development of positive relationships between students to reduce all forms of bullying, harassment, aggression and violence.
Dealing with Bullying
Child Protection Policy
Information regarding college visitors, student transport, lost property, personal electronic devices, medication and canteen use
Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has been introduced into schools allowing access to email and the Internet and other telecommunication devices. The availability of such resources provides the opportunity for schools to help students develop their full potential. ICT provides significant educational value but can pose a risk of exposure to inappropriate and offensive material and personal safety.
ICT Acceptable Use Policy
Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has allowed schools to develop teaching and learning experiences for students through resource sharing and communication. Using ICT, accessing information, and communicating electronically can be innovative, timely and efficient. It is essential that ICT Resources be used in an appropriate manner by both staff and students to enrich teaching and learning.
ICT Acceptable Use Policy
Catholic schools contribute to the development of our young through education, particularly to their formation in Christian conscience and virtue. Students in Catholic schools are educated to understand that they are physical/spiritual beings in relationship with God. Catholic schools encourage students to make responsible choices for their lives including healthy food choices.
Health Food and Drink Policy
Dignity, safety and well-being of people are central to the Church's teaching. The Catholic Education Commission of Western Australia (CECWA) acknowledges this and recognises that it is obligated under the Occupational Safety and Health Act (WA) 1984 (the OSH Act) to ensure the safety and health of all school based workplace participants.
Occupational Health and Safety
Catholic Education Western Australia continues to align with WA Government advice to ensure the health and safety of all students and staff, and to provide our schools with relevant information and updates.