Policies within Catholic Education in WA have been developed to ensure consistent and optimum learning environments. Some key policies are available below for your information. Should you have other queries relating to policies please contact Mater Christi Catholic Primary School on 94175756.
|Code of Conduct
||The minimum standards of conduct in all behaviour and decision making to ensure the safety and well-being of students.
||Code of Conduct
|Bullying & Harassment
||At Mater Christi Catholic Primary EVERYBODY has the RIGHT to be safe; be respected and be valued. Bullying undermines these values and affects everyone within our community. Bullying in any form is not acceptable at Mater Christi and it is everyone’s responsibility to prevent it occurring.
||Bullying & Harassment
||Relates to the collection of student-related information under the Privacy Act.
||Privacy Act Collection Notice
|Composition of Classes Policy
||At Mater Christi the classes are constructed in the best interests of the children. Teachers have excellent knowledge of how the children relate, work and socialise in current classes and the playground, and all of this information is used in the composition of classes.
||Composition of Classes Policy
|Dispute and Complaints Resolution Policy
||Catholic Education is committed to ensuring that disputes and complaints are dealt with fairly, objectively and in a timely manner, and that processes reflect the principles of participation, co-responsibility and subsidiarity.
||Dispute and Complaints Resolution Policy
|Healthy Food and Drink Policy
||Catholic schools encourage students to make responsible choices for their lives including healthy food choices.
||Healthy Food and Drink Policy
||Mater Christi Catholic Primary believes that homework is a part of the whole school learning programme. It is an integral part of children’s education. It helps maintain communication between the school and home on the child’s academic growth and reinforces basic skills and concepts taught in class.
||ICT and in particular the Internet, are valuable tools in the Catholic school’s goal to educate the whole person. The Internet offers great educational opportunities when we use it responsibly.
||Internet User Policy
|Pastoral Care Policy
||Pastoral care is the school’s concern for the development of all individuals in its community and its ongoing response to their various needs.
|School Uniform Policy
||Students are obliged to wear the school uniform provided by the Mater Christi Uniform Shop and maintain certain standards of dress.
|Student Enrolment Policy
||In Western Australia, the Mandate of the Bishops requires the Catholic Education Commission of Western Australia to make Catholic school education available to all Catholic children, insofar as this is possible.
||Student Enrolment Policy
|Traffic Guidelines & Rules
||Traffic Guidelines and Rules
|School Exclusion Guidelines
||A number of common-sense rules apply to helping maintain the health and wellness of children and staff at Mater Christi. Please familiarise yourself with these. Specific health-related topic fact sheets are also available.
||School Exclusion Guidelines
|3yo Early Learning Programme Enrolment Form
||ELC Enrolment Form
|Kindy-Year 6 Enrolment Form
||School Enrolment Form
|Leave of absence
||Should a child need to be absent for an organised period of time, Mater Christi requires the completion of this form and that it is handed into the office.
||Student Leave Of Absence Note
||Should a child need to self-administer any prescribed medication, Mater Christi requires the completion of this form and that it is handed into the office.
||Medication Administration Form
|Parish Priest Reference Form
||Some Catholic secondary schools require as part of their application process, a completed Parish Priest Reference.
||Parish Priest Reference