BCC Community Code of Conduct
The Code of Conduct describes minimum standards of conduct in all behaviour and decision making to ensure the safety and well-being of students.
Choose Peer Respect Guide
Bunbury Catholic College is a Catholic school with a responsibility to provide an educational environment that promotes the dignity and respect of the person.
The Bunbury Catholic College procedure that promotes responsible behaviour is based around the concept of restorative justice; it is a plan that seeks to restore the relationship between people, when there has been some damage caused through inappropriate or offending behaviour on the part of one or more parties.
Alcohol and Drugs
For the purpose of this procedure, a drug is defined as “any substance, which when taken into the body alters its function physically and/or psychologically”.
College Representative Procedure
All students who are invited to represent the College are expected to conform to the guidelines and selection criteria made explicit by this College procedure.
Dispute and Complaint Resolution
Bunbury Catholic College is committed to handling complaints effectively and efficiently.
Information and Communication Technology: Student Use
Information and communication technology (ICT) has been introduced into schools predominantly through email and the Internet. This document outlines the processes for the responsible use of ICT at Bunbury Catholic College.
Personal Presentation (Uniform)
All students who attend the College are expected to conform to the uniform and grooming policy, as established by the College. This is indicative of a student who takes pride in being a part of the Bunbury Catholic College community and reflects a sense of belonging and ownership in our students.
Catholic Secondary Colleges exist to further the mission of the Church in Western Australia. The Mandate of the Bishops requires the Catholic Education Commission of Western Australia (CECWA) to make Catholic school education available to all Catholic children as far as resources allow.
Student Code of Conduct
The student Code of Conduct sets out the responsibilities and expectations for every student at Bunbury Catholic College. This Code of Conduct also underpins the policies and procedures of the College, with the express intention of ensuring a safe and productive learning environment.
All students are expected to attend school unless they have significant reasons for being absent.
Year 7-10 Assessment and Reporting Procedure
This Assessment and Reporting Procedure is provided to all Year 7-10 students, parents, and staff. It has been developed so that students, parents, and staff are aware of their responsibilities in the assessment and reporting process.
Year 11-12 Assessment and Reporting Procedure
This Assessment and Reporting Procedure document applies to the assessment of all WACE courses. VET Certificate Courses must adhere to the VET sections within this document.