St Brigid’s provides a caring educational community where each student is known and nurtured as an individual.
Our approach to pastoral care stems from our fundamental belief that relationships are the key to success in, teaching and learning, effective personal development and in bringing staff and students together.
By creating positive relationships within the school and broader community we aim to enhance the wellbeing of each student and develop a sense of social responsibility within our students. St Brigid’s Catholic College affirms the right of all members of the school community to feel safe and supported as it is essential for optimal wellbeing and learning. Restorative Justice principles underpin behaviour management at St Brigid’s Catholic College.
St Brigid’s supports an anti bullying community. Our guidelines provide clear procedures to deal with the issue.Anti-Bullying Guidelines
Addressing Allegations of Inappropriate Behaviour by EmployeesAddressing Allegations of Inappropriate Behaviour by Employees
Managing Risk of Significant Harm and Wellbeing Concerns.Child Protection Policy
Working With Children Check.WWCC Policy