"All Australian schools are safe, supportive and respectful learning and teaching communities that promote student wellbeing” NSSF (revised 2011).
A safe and supportive school is described in the following way:
“In a safe and supportive school, the risk for all types of harm is minimized, diversity is valued and all members of the school community feel respected and included and can be confident that they will receive support in the face of any threats to their safety and wellbeing”. (NSSF)
St William's School, as a Brisbane Catholic Education school, promotes and aims to provide a safe and supportive learning environment for all students. We strive to ensure a culture where all acknowledge and understand that student safety and wellbeing is the responsibility of everybody.
The document below articulates the policy and processes for addressing instances or complaints of of bullying at St William's Primary School.
St William's School Anti-Bullying Policy