Main School Policies
The Annual Report provides information to our community on our progress, achievements, highlights and challenges of the last year. It also outlines future approaches and initiatives that will impact our students.
The School Improvement Plan outlines our goals for improvement over a three-year cycle. Its details include our plans for how to implement and monitor the impact of our planned actions.
The School Context Statement gives general information around enrolments, curriculum and school priorities.
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Other School Policies/Information
The Bushfire Action Plan Policy (BAP) has been developed to ensure that the members of the school community are well
prepared in the event of a bushfire in the region
Our education system aspires to become the best in Australia by seeking growth for every student, in every class and in every school.
The purpose of the External School Review (ESR) is to support schools to raise achievement, sustain high performance and to provide quality assurance to build and sustain public confidence in government schools.
CHS recognises the social and wellbeing benefits of student involvement in a range if extra-curricular programs. Extracurricular activities are typically separate from academic courses. They do not attract academic credit, may take place outside of school or after regular school hours, and they may be administered by outside organisations
Over exposure to the sun presents a serious health risk. Students must be educated as to the need for suitable sun protection, and protected from over exposure to the sun whilst at school
Student Behaviour Policies
Clare High School aims to provide a diverse curriculum that will enable students to realise their full potential. Students are expected to seek to achieve their personal best and adhere to the Student Behaviour Management (SBM) Code.
Parent Complaint Policies
A grievance is understood to be a formal objection or complaint made on the basis of something believed to be wrong, unfair, offensive, misleading, unlawful or of poor quality.
We recognise that sometimes things go wrong and you may feel that your expectations are not being met. If you have an unresolved issue or a complaint, please raise it. It is important to work together, talk, listen and find solutions so we can improve our services to the community.
ICT & Technology Policies
The widespread use of electronic devices is common amongst students and, as a school, we actively encourage the responsible use of computers by students through our Bring Your Own Technology (BYOT) Program. The growing use of electronic devices requires that staff, students and parents understand and accept the responsibility of using these devices in a socially and educationally acceptable manner.
This policy provides direction to students, staff and families about managing personal mobile phones and other digital devices that students choose to bring to school.