Policies

Policies

The Diocesan Education Council (DEC) assists the Bishop in formulating the Townsville Diocesan Catholic Education vision and identity. The DEC makes and monitors educational policies so that they are consistent with the Diocesan Mission Statement. The policy framework of the Diocesan Education Council provides a unifying focus for all Diocesan colleges, and colleges formulate additional policies to address operational aspects of school life.

Privacy Policy 

We consider all personal, sensitive and health information of parents or caregivers, students and prospective employees to be private and will only use information collected and recorded to fulfil the educational mission of the Catholic Education Office of the Diocese of Townsville.

Code of Conduct for Parents 

All system schools in the Townsville Diocese have adopted a Code of Conduct for Parents, and all parents/carers are asked to abide by the rights, responsibilities and ethos outlined in this document.

Student Protection

St Teresa's College is committed to ensuring a safe school environment for all students, with a focus on the critical area of student welfare. All schools in the Townsville Catholic Diocese have a comprehensive Student Protection program for all staff (teachers, school support staff and office staff) in the Diocese. 

Copyright

The Townsville Catholic Education Office reserves all rights in relation to the copyright of any and all material on this site.

Except for educational use under the NEALS agreement and for any further dealings for the purpose of private study, research, criticism or review as permitted under the Commonwealth Copyright Act, no part may be reproduced or reused without the specific written permission of the Townsville Catholic Education Office.

If you wish to contact us regarding a Copyright matter, our contact details are:
director@tsv.catholic.edu.au

The Executive Director
Catholic Education Office 
PO Box 861
Aitkenvale Q 4814

We Give Thanks...

“St Teresa's College would like to acknowledge the Warrgamay People, the Traditional Owners of this Country, who freely lived and hunted here as recently as the 1940's. We acknowledge the hospitality of the Warrgamay People, the hospitality of this land, and the reciprocal relationship the College enjoys with their current generations."

Apr 24

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