At Firbank Grammar School, we know, value and care for our students; Wellbeing is at the heart of everything we do.
We ensure our practices and policies reflect the relevant legislative requirements within which our school operates. We are committed to a school culture where protecting children forms a part of our everyday thinking and activity.
- Anaphylaxis Management Policy
- Visitors, Volunteers and Contractors Management Policy
- Whistleblower Policy
- Photography Policy
Behaviour Management Policy
This policy outlines our commitment to Quality and Respectful Relationships, and the application of our Relationship & Engagement Commitment. This provides a framework within which behaviours of all members of our school community are to be conducted, in both physical and online environments, whilst involved in any school activity.
Boarding Policies and Procedures
For further information for our International Students and Families wishing to board:
For further information on the Firbank Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting, please refer to:
- Firbank Learning Journey – Firbank Grammar
- Assessment and Reporting Policy
- Diverse Learning Needs Policy
- Academic Integrity Policy
- Language Policy
Child and Student Safety and Wellbeing
The Child Safety and Wellbeing Policies and Procedures outline the framework within which the School will protect children from all forms of physical and online abuse, and under which we will create and maintain a child safe environment.
All policies and procedures, including raising concerns, complaints, and reporting of allegations are located on the Child Safety and Wellbeing page.
The Professional Boundaries Policy establishes clear expectations for appropriate and professional behaviour by staff at Firbank Grammar School.
Complaints Resolution Policy
This policy provides the overarching principles by which complaints from parents, students, members of the School community and external stakeholders will be dealt with.
Information, Communication and Technology Policy
This policy provides a framework for the acceptable use of all forms of electronic devices and communications technology at Firbank Grammar School. This includes mobile communication devices, mobile phones, iPads and laptops, the use of software and social media.
International Students Policies and Procedures
For further information for our International Students and Families, please refer to our website.
- View our Third Party Providers Policy
- View our Third Party Providers Procedures
- View our International Students’ Support Services policy
- View our Overseas Student Transfers Policy
- View our Overseas Student Visa Requirements policy
- View our Complaints and Appeals Policy
- View our Younger Overseas Students Policy
- View our Accommodation Policy
- View our Accommodation Procedures
National Redress Scheme
As part of our commitment to provide a safe environment for all, Firbank Grammar School elected to join the National Redress Scheme. The National Redress Scheme provides redress for people who have experienced institutional child sexual abuse. It was created by the Federal Governments in response to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.
The National Redress Scheme was established in July 2018 to acknowledge and recognise the abuse, and to provide an independent means for people to access the support they require to help them move forward.
Firbank Grammar School has a zero tolerance for any behaviour that puts anyone in our School community at risk, including, but not limited to, bullying, sexual harassment or assault.
We are very supportive of the scheme and all it seeks to achieve to acknowledge, assist and care for anyone impacted by sexual abuse in any Australian institution.
For more information, please visit the National Redress Scheme website or call the National Redress Scheme on 1800 737 377. If you would like to contact Firbank Grammar School directly, please do so by emailing the Principal directly at [email protected].
Student Health Policies
Firbank Grammar School has a range of policies that ensure that we meet our Duty of Care responsibilities for our students. Student Health is overseen by our Wellbeing team, and our Health Centre. Should you wish for further information about any health concern, please contact your child’s campus reception for assistance.