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BUILDING POSITIVE SCHOOL-HOME PARTNERSHIPS

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Respectful behaviours in schools 

To help make sure that your child feels supported at school, it’s important that you work with the school to create a supportive environment. This will also help meet your child’s learning and wellbeing needs. 

Getting involved gives your child confidence and helps them feel in control of their education. 

St Robert’s Parent Code of Conduct 

It’s important that adults in our community continue to treat each other with respect and kindness, and model the behaviours we want to see in our students. 

Our Parent Code of Conduct defines standards of behaviours for all adult members of the school community. It also defines unacceptable behaviours and consequences for such behaviours. This helps to ensure schools are safe, supportive, and respectful places for work and learning for all students, staff, and other adults.  

Read the Parent Code of Conduct to learn more about the behaviours that help create strong, collaborative relationships and what behaviours are unacceptable in schools, or download the poster here

 

Extra parenting support services and resources 

Guidance is available to help maintain positive relationships in school, including: 

 

Further resources, support and information are available here:

 

  • Parent Line – a confidential counselling and support services for parents and carers of children from birth to 18 years old.

  • The Orange Door – the main way to access Family Services is by talking to the Orange Door. This includes support with wellbeing, challenging behaviour, safety and family violence. Everyone is welcome, services are free and you don’t need a referral.

  • Raising Children Network – guidance on supporting school age children, including resources, videos, articles and apps.

  • My Time Program – support for parents and carers of children with disabilities. Skilled facilitators provide guidance to help access local services and reliable information.

  • Triple P Positive Parenting Program – ideas and strategies to help parents and carers including ways to set routines, manage behaviours and how to take care of yourself. Free parenting courses are available.

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