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The following policies ensure the consistent conduct of matters, and conform with the mission, values and legal obligations of Saint Ignatius' College.

For further information pertaining to Child Protection and Complaint Resolution Procedures and Policies, we have provided the following CESA website link.

Whistleblower Policy

The Province encourages the reporting of any instances of suspected unethical, illegal, fraudulent or undesirable conduct involving the incorporated ministries of the Province and seeks to provide protections for those persons who make a report, so they may do so confidentially and without fear of intimidation, disadvantage or reprisal.

Province Code of Conduct

This Code sets out the Province’s expectations on professional and personal conduct, with the aim of promoting integrity and ethical behaviour, and to guide an individuals’ dealings with all others.

Child Protection and Policy Guidelines

Any human society is under an obligation to protect its more vulnerable members. This policy document focuses on the children in our charge.

Commitment to Safeguarding Children and Young People

Cura personalis or the care for the entire person is a value central to our Ignatian tradition. To that end, all within the Province are committed to creating and maintaining an environment that is safe, supportive, caring and nurturing for all children and young people. We commit ourselves to safeguarding children and young people from all abuse and neglect.

Policy for Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Adults

The Australian Jesuit Province and institutions, including Jesuit schools, subscribe to the principles, protocols and standards of practice in the documents titled Towards Healing and Integrity in Ministry.

The policy document below details these principles, protocols and standards of practice for Jesuit institutions in Australia, and more particularly for Jesuit schools.

In addition, each Jesuit school has its own specific set of child protection guidelines, which supplement to the Province-wide statement of policy taking into account the particular circumstances of each school and relevant State legislative requirements.

Privacy Policy

The College is required to respect the confidentiality of students’ and parents’ personal information and the privacy of individuals. This Policy sets out how the College manages personal information including how it holds, uses, discloses and updates the personal information provided or collected by it. The College is bound by the Australian-Privacy Principles contained in the Commonwealth Privacy Act 1988 (Cth).