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St Munchin’s Catholic School


1 Isdell Place, Gosnells WA 6110

(08) 9234 7555


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Sequere Veritatem…Follow Truth

Encouraging each child to follow the teachings of Christ to guide them through life’s journey.

Our School Procedures & Guidelines

Code of Conduct

The St Munchin’s Code of Conduct establishes the minimum standard of conduct in all behaviour and decision-making to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all members of our school community.

Asthma and Anaphylaxis Procedures

An allergy occurs when a person’s immune system reacts to substances in the environment that do not bother most people. These substances are known as allergens.
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Attendance Procedures

It is a legal requirement for all schools in Western Australia to correctly record the attendance of students.
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Behaviour Management Procedure

At St Munchin’s Catholic School, the Behaviour Management Procedure is based on the belief that to participate effectively in the activities of a collaborative classroom, children require a level of behaviour that respects their rights and the rights of others to…
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Dealing with Bullying Behaviour Procedure

St Munchin’s Catholic School community respects the rights of its students to be free from all forms of bullying and is committed to providing a safe environment for all students.
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Dispute and Complaints Procedure

Our school supports the rights of all members of our school community to have their complaints taken seriously and responded to promptly and thoroughly.
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Enrolment Procedure

St. Munchin’s is a Parish Catholic School – not a private school. Catholic schools exist to further the mission of the Church. Priority for enrolment is given to Catholics who witness the Catholic faith in their homes and who participate regularly in the life of a worshipping community. Acceptance of children will be at the discretion of the Principal, in line with the “Student Enrolment Policy(1994)” issued by the Catholic Education Office of W.A.
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Exclusion Procedure

To achieve its goals a Catholic School needs to be a community. As such, a minimum level of participation and cooperation is needed.
Exclusion is an extreme disciplinary step reserved for cases of gross misconduct, serious breaches of school rules, or behaviour that is persistently disruptive or contrary to the Vision Statement of the School:
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Health Food and Drink Choices

Students at St Munchin’s Catholic School are educated to understand that they are spiritual beings in a relationship with God who lives in physical bodies that require care. Catholic schools encourage students to make healthy choices for their lives including healthy food choices. This process applies to all students from Pre Kindy to Year 6
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Homework Procedure

Homework is an important part of children’s education. It helps maintain communication between home and school and develops in children a sense of self-discipline, a sense of responsibility for their learning and pride in their achievements. Homework should be regular, relaxed, non-threatening and of benefit to the child.
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Provision of Services for International Full Fee Paying Students

The provision of services for full fee-paying overseas students will be provided according to the following principles and procedures which recognise the fact that Australian society is multicultural and inclusive.
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Medication Procedure

In terms of the administration of medication, it is recognised that:
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ICT Student Acceptable Usage Procedure

As students in a Catholic school, we must remember our responsibility to use email and the Internet in a positive way to help spread the “Good News” of Jesus. We do this through our words and actions. Our communications must always be truthful and respectful of other people.
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Selection and Use of Texts in Catholic School

St Munchin’s Catholic School, as a Catholic School, aims to help students to integrate culture, faith and life. Culture is valued and St Munchin’s Catholic School promotes discussion and critical thought. The values and attitudes at St Munchin’s Catholic School are founded upon the teaching of Jesus Christ. Therefore, the selection of texts is a rigorous and careful process.
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Splitting of Grades Procedure

St Munchin’s Catholic School is a double-stream primary school with two classes in each grade. At the end of each school year the classes are restructured for the following year.
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CEWA Privacy Policies and Collection Notices

As a Catholic Education Western Australia (CEWA) school, St Munchins Catholic Primary School collects, stores, uses, and discloses your personal information in accordance with the CEWA Privacy Policy and Privacy Collection Notices you may find here.

CEWA Whistleblower Protection Framework

The Whistleblower Protection Framework is designed to uphold CEWA’s shared values arising from the Catholic Social Teaching Principles of the dignity of the human person, the common good, subsidiarity, co-responsibility and participation.

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