Policies and Procedures
Please see below for the Trinity College Policies and Procedures.
If you have any questions or would like any additional information that is not available on our website, please contact the Principal.
The College is committed to ensuring the safety, welfare and wellbeing of all students and is dedicated to protecting them from abuse and grooming. Please click on the appropriate links below to view the College’s Child Safe Policy documents:
Code of Conduct
Central to the mission of a Catholic School in the Edmund Rice Tradition is an unequivocal commitment to fostering the dignity, self-esteem and integrity of each and every person present within Edmund Rice Education Australia (EREA) and each of its School communities. The provision of a safe, supportive and enriching environment is an essential element in achieving this objective.
The EREA Code of Conduct details, clarifies and affirms the standards of behaviour expected by EREA for members of the EREA community.
The College recognises that effective learning can only occur in a secure environment where the rights and responsibilities of others are known and respected and where standards and guidelines are fairly and consistently applied. Managing the Code of Conduct is a shared responsibility between students, parents/guardians and the College. All students and families have ready access to support offered by College staff.
The Student Code of Conduct sets out the behavioural commitments and expectations for every student at the College.
To make a formal complaint or for further information about the Policy or Guidelines, please contact one of our Complaints Officers:
Phone: (08) 9223 8120
Role of Director General
Please Note: Any student, parent or community member is entitled to contact the Director General with concerns about how the College has dealt with a complaint. The Director General (Department of Education) is responsible for ensuring that the College is compliant with the Registration Standards, which includes effective complaint handling processes. Information is available on the Department of Education website: https://www.education.wa.edu.au/non-government-school-concerns.
The College, in accordance with Edmund Rice Education Australia (EREA), is committed to providing a supportive environment to any person making a Whistleblower disclosure, which includes protection from dismissal or demotion, any form of reprisal including retaliation, harassment or victimisation.
A Whistleblower is a person who makes a disclosure outside of normal operational channels, whether anonymously or not, with respect to serious conduct such as corruption, fraud or some other illegal or undesirable activity observed within our College community, that is inconsistent with our commitment to the EREA Charter and Touchstones, Commitment to Child Safety and EREA Code of Conduct.
The College will follow and fully support EREA Whistleblower Protection Policy and Guidelines.
- EREA Whistleblower Policy