Student Protection

Student Protection

Creating a safe school environment

Protection for children and young people is of paramount importance and Anglican Schools are required to follow the Diocesan policy.

Anglican Schools have a responsibility placed upon them by Gospel values. They are bound by Christian, legal and professional obligations to provide spiritual and educational opportunities within a safe and protective environment and, when matters of concern arise, having in place a procedure for reporting inappropriate behaviour, harm or sexual abuse.

Therefore, St Paul’s School and the Anglican Diocese have established formal policies and procedures which are available via Parent Lounge.

All complaints of child sexual abuse and sexual misconduct are taken very seriously. If you are a current student, or the parent of a current student, and you wish to make a complaint or seek assistance, you can contact one of our School’s Student Protection Officers or the Headmaster, Dr Paul Browning. If you are a past student and wish to make a complaint or seek assistance/information, please phone the Director of Professional Standards of the Anglican Church Southern Queensland, Greg Milles on 1800 242 544. Further information for past students is also available at the Anglican Church Southern Queensland.

For further information about child protection procedures and policies, please refer to the document below.

Student Protection Officers

Karen Semple

School Counsellor

 

 

Wellbeing Centre

[email protected]

3261 1388

Amanda Pashen

School Counsellor

  

 

Wellbeing Centre

[email protected]

3261 1388

Sharon Sutherland

Homestay Coordinator

 

 

Sutton Building

[email protected]

3261 1388

Tim Hughes

House Leader: Gladius

  

 

Wellbeing Centre

[email protected]

3261 1388

Marianne Connolly

Director of Junior School

Nominated Supervisor ELC

 

Junior School

[email protected]

3261 1388

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