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Student Protection and Bullying
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Who do I speak to if I have a child safety concern?

If you have a concern for the safety of a student you should report the concern to the school principal, another student protection contact at the school or the student's teacher. All our staff are trained to respond appropriately to student safety concerns.

 

My child is being bullied by classmates through social media. What can I do?

Each Brisbane Catholic Education school will have a Student Behaviour Support policy which will address how the school manages allegations of bullying, including bullying through social media. 

If you are concerned that your child is being bullied through social media, you should raise the concern with your child's teacher, in the first instance.  If you are not satisfied with the teacher's response, you can contact the school principal.

You may also wish to contact the Office of the Children's eSafety Commissioner who can provide information, advice and support in relation to cyberbullying.

 

My child is being bullied, who do I contact?

Each school will have a Student Behaviour Support policy which will address how the school manages complaints of bullying.  If as a parent/carer, you are concerned that your child is being bullied, the issue should be raised with your child's teacher in the first instance.  If you are not satisfied with the teacher's response, you can contact the school's guidance counsellor or principal.

Brisbane Catholic Education Office

243 Gladstone Road, Dutton Park Q 4102

GPO Box 1201 Brisbane 4001 Australia

Phone: (07) 3033 7000

Fax: (07) 3844 5101