Reports, Policies and Plans:

Birmingham Primary School’s school council is responsible for developing and approving a number of policies to reflect the school’s values and to support the school’s broad direction, as outlined in its strategic plan.

Some of the policies are required by law and the Department of Education and Training (Department), however – over the years – we have also developed other policies to address local needs.

It is our pleasure to make many of these policies available to the school community (via these pages) as a means to:

  • clarify functions and responsibilities,
  • manage change
  • promote consistency of practice
  • meet standards, and
  • ensure decision-making is transparent.

1.1 Democratic Principles

STATEMENT OF VALUES AND PHILOSOPHY

1.2 Philosophy

New School Strategic Plan (In Process)

New Annual Implementation Plan (In Process)

Annual Report to the School Community

PARENT PAYMENT POLICY

2.1 Curriculum Framework

For general information about our curriculum programs, please see our Curriculum page, here.

Curriculum Framework Policy (Coming Soon)

New School Strategic Plan (In Process)

New Annual Implementation Plan (In Process)

2.2 Student Learning Outcomes

Student Learning Outcomes Statement (Coming Soon)

3.1 Student Welfare

Birmingham P.S.: Duty of Care Policy

Birmingham P.S.: Student Wellbeing and Engagement Policy (including child-safe)

Birmingham P.S.: Bullying Prevention Policy

Birmingham P.S.: Communication Policy

Birmingham P.S.: Parent Concerns and Complaints

Birmingham P.S.: Equal Opportunity (Discrimination and Harassment)

Birmingham P.S.: Inclusion and Diversity

3.2 Student Care

Birmingham P.S.: Health Care Needs

Birmingham P.S.: Anaphylaxis

3.3 Student Safety

Birmingham P.S.: On-site Supervision of Students (Coming Soon)

Birmingham P.S.: Off-site Supervision of Students (Coming Soon)

Birmingham P.S.: Visitors to School Policy

Birmingham P.S.: Excursion and Camp Policy

3.4 Child Safe Standards

The Child Safe Standards are compulsory minimum standards that ensure that all Victorian early childhood services and schools are well prepared to protect children from abuse and neglect. Compliance with the Child Safe Standards is required by law (through Ministerial Order 870).

Birmingham P.S.: Student Wellbeing and Engagement Policy (including child-safe)

Birmingham P.S.Child-safe Standard 5 (Coming Soon)

Birmingham P.S.: Child-safe Standard 6 – Risk Management

Birmingham P.S.: Child Safety Reporting Obligations (including Mandatory Reporting)

Victorian Registration and Qualifications Authority (VRQA): Child-safe Standards

3.8 Discipline

Student Code of Conduct (Coming Soon)

Parent Code of Conduct (Coming Soon)

CRITICAL INCIDENT POLICY AND PLAN