St Luke's Catholic Primary School


17 Duffy Terrace
Woodvale WA 6026


St Luke’s Bullying Action Plan Flowchart

Bush Fire Management Plan 2017 - 2018
This plan is for St Luke’s Catholic Primary School and has been designed to assist staff to prepare for a total fire ban, catastrophic fire danger rating, or a bushfire. Letters to staff and parents are included in the appendix as well as notices regarding the plans of closures of the school.

Code of Conduct
The purpose of the Code of Conduct is to describe minimum standards of conduct in all behaviour and decision making to ensure the safety and well-being of students.

CEWA Document - How to Deal with a Dispute or Complaint in a Catholic School.
The purpose of this publication is to provide an overview of the process to be utilised in Catholic schools in the resolution of a dispute or complaint that may arise from time to time.

St Luke's CPS Document - How to Deal with a Dispute or Complaint in a Catholic School.
The School Education Act (WA) 1999 requires an educational system to have a means by which disputes and complaints about the provision of education are resolved.
The Catholic school, as part of the Body of Christ (1 Cor 12) is required to work harmoniously to build community. The distinctive nature of the Catholic school is guaranteed by all members of the community respecting the rights and responsibilities of each other (CS 73).

Enrolment Policy
St Luke’s Catholic Primary School exists to provide an authentically Catholic education to the students in its care. We have a special responsibility to the children of Catholic families within the Woodvale Parish boundary. St Luke’s will try at all times to ensure that our enrolment procedures are open and inclusive.

Homework Policy
St Luke’s Catholic Primary School sees homework as valuable to reinforce skills taught at school. Teachers will set homework that they believe is fair in the context of the classroom

Information and Communication Technologies Policy
St Luke's Catholic Primary School recognises that student instruction and student learning are changing as telecommunications and other new technologies alter the ways in which information may be accessed, communicated and transferred through online services.

Administration of Medication to Students Policy
Student self-administration of medication is preferable, if this is a viable option. The Principal has the overall responsibility for the communication between parents/guardians, school staff and health professionals. Approval for school staff to administer medication or supervise the administration by students, along with the safe storage of all medication, is also the responsibility of the principal.

School Fees - Setting and Collection Policy
Insofar as it is possible, a Catholic education is made available to all Catholic students whose parents seek a Catholic education for them. While parents are asked to make a commitment to support Catholic education financially by paying fees and other charges, no distinction is made between families at St Luke’s Catholic Primary School based on financial circumstances. St Luke’s embraces the Catholic Church’s special preference for the poor and disadvantaged.

School Rules
Jesus has told us to “treat others as we wish to be treated” and to “love one another as He loves us”.
Our most important rule is to remember the words of Jesus and to never be rude or hurtful. We should always be truthful and honest and be a friend to all. Remember that Jesus is the best example of a friend that we have.