Creating a Safe and Friendly School
At Roseworth Primary School we believe that it is essential that we promote and provide a supportive learning community where all of our students feel and are safe. Students have a right to learn in a safe, supportive environment and to be treated with respect. School staff, parents and the local community also have the right to teach, work and participate in an environment that is safe and supportive. Similarly, parents and other local community members have a right to feel safe, supported and respected at our school.
Our school has adopted the National Safe Schools Framework which provides schools with a set of guiding principles in the development of a whole school approach to creating a safe and friendly school. The Framework identifies nine key elements to assist schools in planning, implementing and maintaining a safe, supportive and protective learning community that promotes student safety and wellbeing.
The nine elements of the National Safe Schools Framework guide the way in which Roseworth Primary School operates. These elements are:
1. Leadership commitment to a safe school
2. A supportive and connected school culture
3. Policies and procedures
4. Professional learning
5. Positive behaviour management
6. Engagement, skill development and safe school curriculum
7. A focus on student wellbeing and student ownership
8. Early intervention and targeted support
9. Partnerships with families and community
By adopting the above elements as our guiding principles Roseworth Primary School aims to:
Further information on the National Safe School Framework, The Roseworth Primary School Behaviour Management Plan and the Bullying Policy Pamphlet for Parents can be accessed by clicking on the images below.