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child safe

Red Rock Christian College believes all children are fearfully and wonderfully made and therefore is committed to promoting and protecting, at all times, the safety and wellbeing of children involved in its community.


Red Rock Christian College is committed to:

  • a learning and working environment for its students and staff that is safe, supportive, caring;

  • an environment free from wrongful discrimination and sexual harassment or abuse;

  • promoting the cultural safety of Aboriginal children, and all children from culturally diverse and or linguistically diverse backgrounds; promoting the safety of children with a disability;

  • having zero tolerance of child abuse.


We want our students to learn and grow in an environment in which they know people care about them and honour who they are. The school requires that staff, students and other members of the community treat each other with respect and love.                                                                                


Staff are expected to display Christian love and appropriate professionaL behaviour in their dealings with each other and the students in their care.


Child protection is a shared responsibility between Red Rock Christian College, all employees, volunteers, contractors and members of the College’s community.

child safe

code of conduct

The Board, Principal, staff, volunteers, and contractors at Red Rock Christian College are required to abide by the College’s Child Safe Code of Conduct.

child safe strategy document

Red Rock Christian College has always been fully committed to the safety and wellbeing of its students and welcomes the opportunity to strengthen its policies and procedures. We continuously strive to embed a culture of wellbeing and safety for all its members and acknowledge the need to monitor, review and develop our strategies. Your feedback and support in developing a child safe culture is valued.

child safe policy

The College has clear procedures for responding to allegations of suspected child abuse in accordance with Ministerial Order 870. The Child Protection Policy 8.4 outlines procedures for staff, which is reviewed regularly by staff.

what do i do?

This document sets out the steps of what to do in such a way that is accessible to everyone.

how do i respond?

This document sets out the steps of how to respond in such a way that is accessible to everyone.

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