Reports & Plans
Cranbourne South Primary School is a CHILD SAFE school. It is everyone connected to our school’s responsibility to ensure that children are safe. We have an appointed “Child Safe Leader” and policies and processes in place to protect the care, safety and welfare of children. We have zero tolerance for any abuse of children and ALL concerns MUST be reported by staff. The Child Safe standards apply to school staff (including volunteers and contractors), visitors and students’ family members. Training will be provided and support given to ensure the standards are met and procedures carried out in order to ensure all roles and responsibilities are completed. We have a set of procedures to respond to and report complaints of any form of child abuse. We want to ensure you know how we are keeping your children safe at school and how we would like you to support us.
All Victorian government schools are under the jurisdiction of DET policies and guidelines.
For reference to all DET policies, please visit DET Schools Policy and Advisory Guide.
Policies ratified by CSPS School Council are those localised to meet school needs.
CSPS Statement of Values
Acceptable User of ICT Policy
Bullying and Harrassment Policy
Cash Handling Policy
Code of Conduct Policy
Duty of Care Policy
First Aid Policy
Mandatory Reporting Policy
Parent Payment Policy
School Purchasing Card Policy
Student Wellbeing Policy
Sun Protection and heat policy – We are sunsmart a note for families
School Council | 2018
Cranbourne South Primary School, like all government schools in Victoria has a school council. The School Council is a group of people who assist in governing the school. It is given the power to set the directions for the school, and is a legal entity in its own right. A School Council directly governs and influences the quality of education that a school provides to its students.
To carry out its role effectively, the School Council needs to be able to work cooperatively with the parents and staff at the school. School and community consultation is an integral part of the effective running of school councils.
Cranbourne South Primary School has 12 members in total – 8 parents and 4 DEECD staff members.
School Council meets at least 8 times throughout the year.
2017 CSPS Standings Orders for School Council updated 110417
Mrs Jodi Price (President)
Mrs Kylie Murphy (Vice President)
Mrs Megan Shaw (Treasurer)
Mrs Deb Ledgar (Secretary)
Mrs Nicky Cowling
Mr Daniel Rich
Mr Cameron Dean
Mrs Penny East
Mrs Monique Corcoran (Principal)
Mrs Sally Herbert (Vice Principal)
Mrs Karen Halket
Miss Emma Slocombe