Ashdale Secondary College is a vibrant multicultural community where children can learn and grow. We rely on the local community, parents and families to partner with us in their children’s learning journey and encourage open communication.
We all share a responsibility for providing a safe, supportive and productive environment free from bullying, harassment, discrimination and violence. Parents, caregivers, and other visitors to our College support safety by ensuring respectful communication and conduct at school and school activities. We all have the right to feel safe and be safe at school.
The Department of Education has recently released Connect and Respect, a suite of resources to assist school communities in setting shared and respectful expectations to enable us to continue working together in our children’s best interests.
This includes when and how to contact the College, what you can expect from us and the behaviours that interfere with teaching and learning. These resources and guidelines will assist us in continuing to build upon our culture of belonging and connectedness, and we will implement them to support our staff to deliver quality education at our school.