Child Safety and Wellbeing at Tatura Primary School

Information for families and the school community



Tatura Primary School is committed to providing a child safe and child friendly environment, where students are safe and feel safe.

Our child safety and wellbeing policies outline the measures and strategies we have in place to support, promote, and maintain the safety and wellbeing of our students.

  • Child Safety and Wellbeing Policy
  • Child Safety Code of Conduct
  • Child Safety responding and reporting obligations policy and procedure
  • Complaints policy
  • Student Wellbeing and Engagement Policy
  • Bullying Prevention Policy
  • Volunteers Policy
  • Visitors Policy
  • Digital Learning Policy
  • Inclusion and Diversity Policy
  • Mobile Phone Policy

As valuable partners in promoting and maintaining child safety and wellbeing at Tatura Primary School, we welcome and encourage your feedback.

If you have any suggestions, comments, or questions in relation to our child safe policies and practices, please contact Susanne Gill (Principal).



At Tatura Primary School we endeavour to promote a healthy, supportive and secure environment for all children. The emotional and physical wellbeing of our students is pivotal to their success at school, as adolescents, and in their future lives. Physically and emotionally healthy students are happy, able to deal positively with life’s challenges, experience a sense of connectedness with the school and others, and are well placed to develop into well-balanced and successful young adults. 

At Tatura Primary School, we believe that student Wellbeing is a shared responsibility between school, home and the community. Our staff strive to provide for the emotional and physical wellbeing of our students. We provide a wrap-around effect with families, school and other service providers.

We use resources from a range of programs including the Berry Street Education Model, Respectful Relationships, ‘Smiling Minds’, eSmart, buddies and the Ditto – Bravehearts programs to help us achieve this.

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