Policies

Bundaberg Christian College is committed to an environment that is safe and supportive for our students, our staff and visitors to the College. To this end, we have a series of policies and procedures for both students, staff, volunteers and contractors.

Bundaberg Christian College is committed to taking all reasonable steps to promote the safety and wellbeing of students enrolled at the school and their protection from foreseeable harm. In practice, Bundaberg Christian College is committed to acting in accordance to the Working with Children (Risk Management and Screening) Act 2000 (Qld)('the Act') to promote the safety and wellbeing of students means that it will implement the measures outlined below in points.

BCC Child Protection Policy


While Bundaberg Christian College seeks to maintain an environment of respect and partnership amongst those in the College community, there will be times when members of the College community (staff, students, parents) will wish to question or bring complaints against College related behaviours of persons, actions or decisions.

Please refer to the below policy document for the formal procedure for parents and staff should they wish to make a complaint about any matter. The complaint must be in writing to the Principal.

BCC Formal Complaint Policy


This policy outlines the Privacy Policy of Bundaberg Christian College who are bound by the Australian Privacy Principles contained in the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth). This policy describes how the College uses and manages personal information it is provided and stores. The policy also details how the College will deal with data breaches, suspected or real. This includes satisfying requirements under legislation as well as the needs of Parents/and or guardians, and the student throughout the whole period the student is enrolled in the College.

BCC Privacy Policy

BCC Privacy Policy

At Bundaberg Christian College we encourage and facilitate the responsible use of Digital Technology. While it is genuinely beneficial for a student to have access to electronic devices within the school environment, the inappropriate use of such devices may jeopardise the well-being of students and good order or reputation of the College.

BCC Student Digital Policy

Queensland has the highest rate of skin cancer in the world. Of all new cancers diagnosed in Australia each year, 80% are skin cancers. Research indicates that childhood sun exposure is an important contributing factor to the development of skin cancer later in life.

Bundaberg Christian College realises the need to protect children’s skin and educate them about SunSmart behaviour, thus reducing the risk of skin damage from exposure to the sun.

BCC SunSmart Policy

BCC SunSmart Policy

This policy exists to encourage the reporting of corrupt, illegal or other undesirable conduct at the Bundaberg Christian College. It outlines how individuals can appropriately make disclosures about these matters, and how the College will protect those individuals from detrimental consequences.

BCC Whistleblower Policy


Bundaberg Christian College is committed to providing and maintaining a safe and healthy workplace for all workers (including contractors and volunteers) as well as students, visitors and members of the public. Hazards and risks to health and safety will be eliminated or minimised, as far as is reasonably practicable. 

In line with the Work Health and Safety Act 2011 (Qld) and the Work Health and Safety Regulation 2011 (Qld), this means that the College will ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable: 

  • that the College complies with all legislation relating to health and safety;
  • to eliminate or minimise all workplace hazards and risks as far as is reasonably practicable;
  • to provide information, instruction and training to enable all workers to work safely;
  • to supervise workers to ensure work activities are performed safely;
  • to consult with and involve workers on matters relating to health, safety and wellbeing;
  • to provide appropriate safety equipment and personal protective equipment;
  • to provide a suitable injury management and return to work program

This commitment is in line with the College responsibility under the Education (Accreditation of Non-State Schools) Regulation 2017 to comply with the requirements of the Work Health and Safety Act 2011.

BCC Work Health And Safety Policy

BCC Work Health and Safety Policy


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