CHILD SAFETY POLICY
Edmund Rice Education Australia is committed to embedding a culture where the safety, wellbeing, and participation of all children and young people under our care is paramount. The EREA Statement of Commitment to Child Safety clearly demonstrates how that commitment is evidenced.
Child Safety is one of the major responsibilities that all schools undertake when they enrol students. We strive to provide a community where all students are protected from harm and abuse. To achieve this we have a comprehensive Child Safeguarding Policy that has been approved by Edmund Rice Education Australia, and it is being implemented across all EREA Colleges and entities.
This policy provides the framework and guidance for all procedures and processes to keep students safe. Rather than being a static document, it is an active guide that shapes our day to day operations at the College.
ATC Child Safeguarding Policy
EREA Statement of Commitment to Child Safety
ATC Procedures for Responding to and Reporting Harm, or Allegations of Harm
ATC Student Code of Conduct
EREA Student Protection Form C
EREA Student Protection Processes and Guidelines
EREA Complaints Procedure for Non-compliance with EREA Northern Region Student Protection Processes, click here.
Procedures for Managing Child Safety Incidents or Concerns at or Involving ATC or its Staff Members Conduct
EREA Code of Conduct
AMBROSE TREACY COLLEGE CHILD SAFETY CONTACTS
Ms Siobhan Brophy – College Counsellor Junior School – firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms Danika Ehlers – Head of Religious Education – email@example.com
Ms Jane Ellice – College Counsellor Middle School – firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr Conor Finn – Dean of Formation – email@example.com
Mr Keith Halpin – College Counsellor Senior School – firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr Matthew Ribeiro – Head of Year 9 – email@example.com
Mr Chris Ryan – College Principal– firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr Matthew Warr – Dean of Faith and Mission – email@example.com