Bullying and Harassment
Bullying and harassment involves a person or group using unwanted and unwelcome behavior to hurt, upset, scare or shame another person. At Centralian Senior College we believe that all staff and students have the right to work in a safe environment where they are able to develop their talents, interests and goals without being subjected to intimidation, bullying or harassment. All reports of bullying are taken seriously and thoroughly investigated.
A student pamphlet detailing the College’s policy, response and procedures to incidents of bullying and harassment is provided to all students as part of education around bullying and cyberbullying.
ThinkUKnow is an Internet safety program delivering interactive training to parents, carers and teachers through schools and organisations across Australia using a network of accredited trainers.
Stay Snart Online is an Australian Government website that provides information and tips on using social networking sites safely, dealing with cyber bullying and online grooming and how to secure your mobile phone.
Cybersmart is a national cybersafety and cybersecurity education program managed by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA), as part of the Australian Government's commitment to cybersafety. The program is specifically designed to meet the needs of its target audiences of children, young people, parents, teachers and library staff.
Dear parents & community members,
Term 3 has come to a successful conclusion, with many engaging Term 3 learning activities. Year 12 students are finalising assessment tasks and preparing for examinations. Please continue to support them as their secondary schooling concludes and they transition to life after school. The Year 12 Study Centre will be open and available for students to utilise during the upcoming
mid-semester break (1 - 12 October), with trial examinations commencing Friday 5 October and final Year 12 / Stage 2 examinations soon after.
Term 3 Progress Reports for Year 10 & 11 students have been mailed home. Parents, please discuss these with your child /
children and come along to the Years 10 & 11 Parent / Student / Teacher interviews on Tuesday 23 October (Week 2 Term 4), to discuss how these achievement grades can be improved even further.
All students and families are reminded of the support available to complete homework and classwork at the Polly Farmer & College Homework Centre, afterschool from 3 - 5pm every Monday to Thursday, in Room 136. There is afternoon tea to ‘feed the brain’ and a bus ride home within the town area provided.
Tony Collins — Principal
- Fri 5 Oct Stage 2 (Year 12) Trial Exams commence
- Mon 15 Oct Term 4 commences
- Tue 23 Oct Year 10 & 11 Parent/Teacher/Student interviews 5.30-7pm
- Thu 25 Oct College Council meeting 5.30pm
- Fri 26 Oct World Teachers' Day
- Fri 2 Nov Year 12 'Big Lunch In' 12.20-1pm in the Year 12 Study Centre