College Expectations & Policies

  • Students are to wear the Formal College Uniform in its entirety and to do so in a manner that indicates pride in both their College and personal appearance.
  • Students are discouraged from bringing valuable items to the College. If a student must bring a valuable item to the College, it may be stored in the office at the owner's risk. It should be noted here that LOCKERS are provided for every student. Students should not leave items such as calculators and sports shoes in lockers overnight. The College's insurance policy deems that all items left in lockers are AT THE OWNER'S RISK.
  • Students are not permitted to leave the College grounds prior to the end of the College day without written notification from parents/caregivers. A student who has permission will need to report to Student Services and officially sign out prior to leaving College grounds.

Click on the following links to view our Gleeson College Policies:

Acceleration Policy

Allergy Management

Assessment & Reporting Policy

Assessment Deadlines Policy incl. Academic Support

CCTV Policy

Child Protection Policy

Critical Incident Policy

Code of Conduct for Parents, Caregivers and Visitors

Computer/Network Policy

Cybersafety: Keeping Children Safe in a Connected World

Equity Policy

Extracurricular Sports Concussion Guidelines Policy 2020

Flexible Learning Policy

Harassment & Bullying Prevention Policy

Homework Policy

Inclusive Education Lesson Allocation Process

Keeping Safe: Child Protection Curriculum

Lateness/Absence Policy

Mobile Phones & Other Electronic Equipment Policy

Parent/Student/Teacher Communications Policy

Physical Contact Policy

Policy for the Care, Wellbeing and Protection of Children and Young People 2011

Privacy Policy

Prohibited Substances Policy

Student Driver Policy

Student Personal Responsibility Policy

Student Recognition Policy

Subject Change Policy

Sun Protection Inclement Weather Policy

Uniform Policy

VET Access Policy

Visitors Policy

WHS and Injury Management Policy

Year Level Progression Policy