Playford International College is committed to ensuring student wellbeing, creating a safe learning environment that maximises opportunities. 

Policies and Procedures listed below –  

• Bullying and Harassment Policy

• Student School Dress Code Guidelines

• Extreme Hot Weather Policy

• Grievance Procedure

• Search Department for Education policies

 

Bullying and Harassment Policy

Policy

Playford International College (PIC) is committed to providing high quality learning and education where everyone shares responsibility in creating a safe, caring and equitable environment. We support every student to develop and use skills, knowledge and competencies as productive, confident and community minded global citizens.

This Policy is compliant with Department for Education Attendance policies and guidelines.

This Policy is compliant with the Council of International Schools code of ethics and the PIC Transformational Plan.

Objectives

This policy applies to all Playford International College staff, students and members of the wider community.

Through the structure of site bullying and harassment procedure ( Bullying and Harassment Procedure ) and Department of Education policies, processes and procedures, Playford International College staff are committed to keeping students and staff safe from bullying, we value the worth of others and their rights as citizens. We believe in taking ownership of our actions and behave appropriately.

Student School Dress Code Guidelines

Summary

At Playford International College, our school dress code identifies us as belonging to our community and reflects community standards and expectations that have been developed in consultation with stakeholders and approved by Playford International College’s school board.
In developing this policy, we have taken into account the diverse nature of our community ensuring that no members are disadvantaged (economic, personal, social and cultural factors).

CLICK HERE to download our full “Student School Dress Code Guidelines 2020”

Extreme Hot Weather Policy

During periods of extreme hot weather (days forecast to reach 40 degrees or more), or extended
periods without adequate site air-conditioning, the Principal has the authority to invoke the following
arrangements:

Junior and Middle School

• Dismiss students at the beginning of lunchtime (1:30pm) when the estimated maximum temperature for the Elizabeth / Playford Council area, as predicted on The Bureau of Meteorology Website at 8:00 am, is 40 degrees or above.
• Notify parents / caregivers (SMS / Compass and the school website) of arrangements during extreme heat.

Senior School

• Wherever possible, Senior school lessons will continue as normal in order to enhance SACE achievement. These classes will be conducted in the coolest rooms available.
• Notify parents / caregivers (SMS / Compass and the school website) of arrangements during extreme heat.

Note that bus schedules cannot be changed to suit Playford International College arrangements during
extreme heat. Students who cannot leave school will report promptly to the Learning Hub at the end of
lunchtime and remain supervised until the normal dismissal time.

Grievance Procedure

CLICK HERE to download the Grievance Procedure

Department for Education Policies

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