The purpose of this Policy is to ensure the safety of students and staff and to provide guidance on the immediate actions to take under certain incidents affecting students. The policy is based on the principle of ‘acceptable behaviour', with rules to ensure safety and a spirit of co-operation within a large community. Students should show respect for other students and staff and act in a polite and mature way. It is important for individuals to be able to learn, to be able to teach and to be part of the College community without fear of:

  • disruption of, and interference with, learning
  • actual or threatened violence from others
  • bullying
  • harassment, including sexual or racial harassment, or harassment on the
  • grounds of religion, belief or disability
  • illegal substances or alcohol being made available
  • criminal behaviour (e.g. theft and the carrying of offensive weapons)
  • deliberate damage to property

View the full Student Behaviour Policy (PDF)