Jesus said: “Whatever you do to the least of my brothers and sisters you do to me”.
All who come to our school, and seeks to build a community of hospitality and inclusion where differences are respected and partnerships are fostered (Patrician Belief Statement).
Patrician Brothers’ College, Fairfield exists as a Catholic School with a focus on gospel values and an emphasis on respect and care for the individual.
1. Objectives - Policy statement
Patrician Brothers’ College, Fairfield rejects all forms of bullying. No student, employee, parent, caregiver or community member should experience bullying within the learning or working environments of the College. Our College seeks to affirm each person’s worth, dignity and vocation by creating a supportive and safe learning environment for staff and students.
2. Audience and applicability
The policy applies to all bullying behaviour, including cyberbullying, that occurs at Patrician Brothers’ College, Fairfield and off school premises and outside of school hours where there is a clear and close relationship between the school and the conduct of the student.
4. Anti-Bullying Plan (Refer to figure 1)
4.1 The College Anti-‐Bullying Plan includes:
4.2 Students are encouraged to report all incidents of bullying. Students can report bullying by:
4.3 The College response to incidents of bullying are outlined in the Student Management Policy. Responses may include:
4.4 Key contacts for students who are victims of bullying include:
5. Responsibilities and Delegations
5.1 College Staff
College staff have a responsibility to:
In addition, teachers have a responsibility to:
5.2 StudentsStudents have a responsibility to:
5.3 Parents and caregivers
Parents and caregivers have a responsibility to: