SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION FORM

Carrum Downs Secondary College is extremely proud of its academic results. In recent years we have had students achieve ATAR scores in the top 5% of the state. In 2017, our DUX received an ATAR of 95.1. Our extensive and award winning pathways program supports our students in achieving entrance to their choice of university, TAFE and apprenticeships. We are committed to be the school of choice for all young people of Carrum Downs and Skye.

As a part of this commitment, the College intends to support students who display particular talents by offering scholarships to the value of $350 to students who are highly motivated, talented and are achieving academic excellence. Scholarships will be awarded on the basis of this interview as well as the written application, reference checks and information provided by the student’s primary school.

WELLBEING RESOURCES

UNIFORM, TEXTBOOKS + FINANCE

SCHOOL COUNCIL

MISC

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ALLERGIC REACTIONS MANAGEMENT PLAN

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School council - parent

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School council - student

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2019 PTV Student ID Application Form

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ANAPHYLAXIS MANAGEMENT PLAN

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ASTHMA MANAGEMENT PLAN

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THEATRE HIRE BOOKING FORM

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COLLEGE POLICIES

Administration Of Medication Policy June 2019

Asthma Policy

Acceptable Use Agreement for Internet and Digital Technologies – June 2016

Anaphylaxis Policy

Attendance Policy – June 2016

Complaints and Resolution Policy – June 2016

Communication Policy – June 2016

Child Safe Environments Policy – June 2016

Career Education and Pathways Plan – June 2016

Cash Handling Policy – June 2016

Canteen Policy – June 2016

Camp Policy – June 2016

Bullying and Harassment Policy – June 2016

Disability Policy – June 2016

Dissection Choice Policy – June 2016

Dogs in School Policy – June 2016

EFTPOS Policy – June 2016

eSmart Policy – June 2016

Excursions and Incursions Policy – June 2016

Extension and Advancement Policy June 2016

First Aid Needs Policy – June 2016

External Provider Policy – June 2016

Fundraising Policy – June 2016

Fraud and Theft Policy June 2016

Hardship Policy

Health Care Needs Policy

Inclusion Policy – June 2016

Induction Policy – June 2016

Internet Banking Policy – June 2016

Investment Policy – June 2016

Leave Policy – June 2016

Mandatory Reporting Policy – June 2016

Manual Handling Policy – June 2016

Medication Policy – June 2016

Mobile Phone And Electronic Devices Policy 2019

Netbook Program Policy – 2016

New Student Agreement – June 2016

On Site Supervision – June 2016

Occupational Health and Safety Policy – June 2016

Purchasing Cards Policy – June 2016

Police Check and Working with Children Check Policy – June 2016

Petty Cash Policy – August 2016

Parent Payment Policy – June 2016

Parent Payment Policy – August 2016

Parent Payment Policy June 2019

Return to Work Issues Dispute Resolution Policy – June 2016

Senior School Cars and Driving – June 2016

Smokefree School Policy – June 2016

Sponsorship Policy – June 2016

Staff, Internet, Digital Technologies, Social Networking and Sharing Policy – June 2016

Student Change of Subject Policy – June 2016

Student Engagement Policy – 2016

Student Leadership Policy – June 2016

Sunsmart Policy – June 2016

Student Request for Sponsorship Policy – June 2016

Truancy Policy – June 2016

Volunteer Teachers in Training Contract Workers Policy – June 2016

Visitors Policy – June 2016

Uniform Policy – June 2016

Wellbeing and Engagement Statement – June 2016

AIP, STRATEGIC PLAN + ANNUAL REPORT

Four priorities have been identified for the entire Victorian government school system. The four priorities are:

  • Excellence in teaching and learning
  • Professional leadership
  • Positive climate for learning
  • Community engagement in learning

COURSE GUIDES + HANDBOOKS

MUSIC HANDBOOK

SECONDARY SCHOOL VACCINE PROGRAM

The secondary school vaccine program helps ensure students and communities are protected from diseases such as diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough, human papillomavirus and chicken pox.

Local councils deliver the program and schools distribute the vaccine consent forms.

Recently the Public Health and Wellbeing Regulations 2009 were amended to authorise schools to release parent and student information to local councils so that councils can follow up with parents after the consent forms have been distributed.

This means that we will provide your local council with your contact details and a local council representative may contact you with vaccine program information. If you do not wish for your details to be provided to your local council, please advise the College in writing before close of business 28 February 2019.

If you are unable to contact me by the above date you will need to contact the officer responsible for the vaccine program at your local council in the event that you have queries about your contact details.

Every day immunisation saves lives and makes it possible for Victorians to live free from the illness and the disability caused by many infectious diseases. All Victorian secondary students can receive these vaccines for free through the school-based program.

The next step will be to return the student’s vaccine consent forms to the school. Without returning a consent form, a student may miss the opportunity to be vaccinated. It is important the consent forms are completed and returned to the school, regardless of whether you agree that the student will be vaccinated or not as part of the school-based program.

For further information please go to the following links:
http://cdsc.vic.edu.au/community/         ‘College Policies’ tab
http://www.education.vic.gov.au/about/contact/Pages/complainschool.aspx

Carrum Downs Secondary College Vaccine Program dates:
Year 7 – 1st Visit: Friday 15th March 2019
Year 7 – 2nd Visit: Friday 18th October 2019
Year 10: Friday 3rd May 2019

Regards

Mark Gow
Principal