College policies and documents

 

Uniform Policy

Copperfield College has recently undergone a major review of our College Uniform and its implementation; this was in part due to parent concerns and comments about both the uniform and its consistent implementation.

 

Promotions

Copperfield has a formal approach to ensure that students possess the skills and knowledge necessary to progress to the following school year. Promotion from one year to the next is not guaranteed. The requirements for promotion from each year level will vary, taking into account the needs of individual students. Students who do not satisfactorily achieve these promotion requirements will be referred to a Promotion Panel which will review all information and make a recommendation to the College Principal.

 

First Aid

The School Council requires First Aid procedures to be clearly defined to ensure the emergency care of the injured or ill.

 

Bullying

Bullying of any kind is not tolerated at Copperfield College. We aim to create a caring community in which bullying is recognised as wrong and unacceptable and where the reporting of bullying is encouraged and expected.

 

Attendance (full) for Parents

Student learning is maximised by student attendance of timetabled classes.
Students are expected to attend all timetabled classes and school activities.
Students must achieve a 90% Attendance Rate to satisfy course requirements at all year levels.
Student attendance will be monitored and recorded and absences followed up with parents or carers.
Attendance requirements and the consequences of unsatisfactory Attendance Rates will be clearly communicated to students, their parents or carers and the teaching staff.

 

Smoking

Our school recognises the danger smoking and passive smoking causes to health, as well as the need for the school and its staff to provide positive role models to students. Consequently, for the protection of staff and students, smoking is not permitted within any area of the school property, nor at any school related activity or function by students, staff or visitors.

 

College Camps and Extended Activities Policy 

Copperfield College believes that students should undergo rich learning, experienced both within the classroom and beyond. Camps and extended activities should involve students in active learning and promote social development. They should be related to broadening the horizons of students and relate where possible to the teaching curriculum.

 

 

Parent Payments & Financial Contributions Policy

Under the Education and Training Reform Act 2006, school councils are empowered to charge for good and services used in the course of instruction and to raise funds.
After considering the expectations of our wider community, the College Council of Copperfield College will continue to ensure that...click here for full document

 

Healthy Eating and Canteen Policy

The Victorian Government released a Healthy Canteen Kit for School Canteens and Other School Food Services Policy document in December 2006. This document applies to “…food services within the school environment, for example school events such as celebrations and sports days, vending machines and foods used in curriculum activities.” click here for full document

Homework Policy

Homework is an important part of the learning process for all students at Copperfield College. 
There are many benefits that flow from completing regular, relevant homework.  Homework helps students develop sound study skills and habits.  By undertaking regular homework, students develop self-discipline and valuable time-management skills, and begin to take responsibility for their own learning.

 

Sustainability Policy

 

Copperfield College is a multi-campus college with approximately 170 staff and 1700 students, divided between three campuses located in Delahey, Sydenham and Kings Park. We are committed to maintaining and wherever possible, enhancing, the quality of the environment, for staff, students, parents and for the wider community. Copperfield College recognises that its activities have an impact upon the environment at local, community, national and global levels and acknowledges a responsibility for the protection of the environment and the health of its staff and students, and the community.

 

Strategic Plan and Annual Implementation Plan

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