Arrahman College is committed to delivering  a quality inclusive education and service to our school community.

Our Key Policies

Our Discipline Policy

At Arrahman College, we hold a holistic view of education which dignifies the child, through the process of a transformational and spiritual change. The concept of discipline is a fundamental aspect of our Islamic Identity. Our discipline policy sets out; 

  • the Arrahman College discipline code or school rules;
  • the strategies and practices to promote positive student behaviour, including specific strategies to maintain a climate of respect and ongoing worship of Allah (SWT);
  • the strategies and practices to recognise and reinforce student achievement;
  • the strategies and practices to manage inappropriate student behaviour which are guided by equity, compassion, and mutual respect.

Child Protection

Arrahman College has a zero-tolerance for child abuse and is committed to acting in children’s best interests and keeping them safe from harm. The College promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children, including those with a disability, from a culturally or linguistically diverse background or who possess an Aboriginal heritage. The College follows stringent policies and procedures to carry out appropriate checks to ensure that all staff and volunteers are suitable for working within a safe children’s school environment. The College actively supports a culture of reporting any incidents of child abuse or harm.

Parents’ engagement with children, both in the home setting and through school-based programs, is seen as crucial to the success of prevention programs, as parents are often the first and major source of information for children.

Complaint Handling

Arrahman College values its students, staff, parents and the wider community.

We have a clear complaint handling process in place that;

  • enables us to respond well to complaints;
  • resolve complaints in a timely, fair and helpful manner;
  • gives the public confidence in our administrative processes;
  • provides all stakeholders of the College with anonymity as required;
  • provide information to enhance our services, systems and complaint handling, and
  • prevent complainants or students from suffering detriment because a complaint has been made by them or on their behalf.

 

Complaints and Grievances Policy
Discipline Policy
Enrolment Policy
Parent Code of Conduct
Privacy Policy
Uniform Policy
Whistleblower’s Policy
Child Safety Code of Conduct
Refund Policy

We also maintain the following policies 

  • Anti-Bullying Policy
  • Assessment Data Policy
  • Asthma Policy
  • Building and Premises Policy
  • Branding Policy
  • Child Protection Policy
  • Confidentiality Policy
  • Critical Incident Policy
  • Discipline Policy
  • Discrimination, Harassment and Bullying Statement
  • Duty of Care Statement
  • Educational and Financial Reporting
  • Evacuation Policy
  • Experienced Teacher Accreditation Policy
  • First Aid/Asthma Policy
  • Governance Policies, including transparent financial management
  • Grievance Policies and Procedures
  • Homework Policy
  • Infectious Diseases Policy (including pandemic management)
  • Information Technology, Computer, Telephone and Equipment Code of Use Policy
  • Lockdown Policy
  • Maintenance Policy
  • Medical Treatment for Students Policy
  • Proficient Teacher Accreditation Policies
  • Risk Assessment Management
  • Safe and Supportive Environment Policy
  • Social Networking Policy
  • Student Attendance Policy
  • Student Exemption Policy
  • Student Leadership Policy
  • Uniform Policy
  • Work, Health and Safety Policy
  • Whistleblower Policy