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Matthew Flinders Anglican College has adopted the Student Protection in Anglican Schools Policy and Procedures, Anglican Church Southern Queensland. The policy and procedures provide the written processes for how Matthew Flinders Anglican College will respond to allegations of sexual abuse, likely sexual abuse, harm or risk of harm of a student by another person or inappropriate behaviour of a staff member or volunteer to a student.

Statement of Commitment

Matthew Flinders Anglican College supports the rights of children and young people and is committed to ensure the safety, welfare and wellbeing of students. Matthew Flinders Anglican College will respond to allegations of student harm resulting from the conduct or actions of any person including that of employees.

This commitment includes the provision of a safe and supportive living and learning environment for all students and requires all employees, volunteers and visitors to model and encourage behaviour that upholds the dignity and protection of students from harm.

In support of this commitment Matthew Flinders Anglican College is dedicated to our Child and Youth Risk Management strategy which includes having relevant policies, procedures and training in place to effectively address the safety and wellbeing of students in their care.

Student Protection Policy – Anglican Schools

Student Protection Policy – Anglican Schools – screen optimised

Student Protection Policy – Anglican Schools – For download to mobile device – this file cannot be opened on a PC

Student Protection Information Resource Sheet

Student Protection Officers

A simple guide to the Protocol for dealing with complaints of sexual harassment, assault or sexually inappropriate behaviour (Summary)

Protocol for dealing with complaints of sexual harassment, assault or sexually inappropriate behaviour (Full Guide)

Child and Youth Risk Management Strategy

Community Code of Conduct

Complaints Management Policy

Do you need someone to talk to? (Primary School)

Do you need someone to talk to? (Secondary School)