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As an Edmund Rice Education Australia (EREA) school, Ignatius Park College complies with a number of policies that are in accordance with the EREA Charter and underpinned by EREA core values.
Copies of the following policies are available on the EREA website:
- Student Protection Guidelines and Processes
- Child Protection Policy
- Complaints Policy
- Code of Conduct (including Child Safe Code of Conduct)
- Safe and Inclusive Learning Communities Statement
- Whistleblower Protection Policy and Guidelines
Complaints Policy and Form
Public Transport Policy
To ensure the safety of Ignatius Park College students and all other members of the community, any student who uses the Townsville bus/ferry system must adhere to the Ignatius Park College Public Transport Code of Conduct.
Public Transport Policies
Bullying and Guidelines
Mobile Phone and Electronic Device Policy
Statement of Commitment to Child Safety
Children and young people who come to Ignatius Park College have a right to feel and be safe. We are committed to the safety and wellbeing of all children and young people. We are committed to providing a child-safe and child-friendly environment, where children and young people are safe and feel safe, and are able to actively participate in decisions that affect their lives.
We have a zero tolerance for child abuse and other harm and are committed to acting in students’ best interests and keeping them safe from harm.
The College regards its child safeguarding responsibilities with the utmost importance and is committed to providing the necessary resources to ensure compliance with all relevant child protection laws and regulations and maintaining a child safe culture.
Each member of the College community has a responsibility to understand the important and specific role that they play individually, and collectively, to ensure that the wellbeing and safety of all students is at the forefront of all that they do, and every decision that they make.
Acknowledgement of Country
The Ignatius Park College Community would like to humbly acknowledge the Wulgurukaba peoples on whose land our College is located, as well as the Bindal peoples on whose land many of us live and travel across daily. We respectfully thank the elders of this traditional land both past and present for guiding us through the journey of time to where we are today.