Policies within Catholic Education in WA have been developed to ensure consistent and optimum learning environments. Some key policies are available below for your information. Should you have other queries relating to policies please contact Aranmore Catholic Primary School on 08 6318 7800.

Aranmore Catholic Primary School Code of Conduct The minimum standards of conduct in all behaviour and decision making to ensure the safety and well-being of students Code of Conduct
Communicable Disease Guidelines and Booklet Prepared by WA health Department outlining relevant information and policies relating to communicable diseases. Infectious Diseases
Healthy Food and Drink Policy Catholic schools encourage students to make responsible choices for their lives including healthy food choices. Healthy Food and Drink Policy
Homework Policy Aranmore Catholic Primary believes that homework is a part of the whole school learning programme. It is an integral part of children’s education. It helps maintain communication between the school and home on the child’s academic growth and reinforces basic skills and concepts taught in class. Homework
Parent Concerns Policy Aranmore Catholic Primary School believes that children succeed and flourish when the school and family work in partnership. This document helps you to direct your query via the appropriate channels, with a focus on partnerships towards solutions. Parent Concerns Policy
Pastoral Care Policy Pastoral care is the school’s concern for the development of all individuals in its community and its ongoing response to their various needs. Pastoral Care
Role of Catholic Schools in Supporting Sacramental Preparation Policy By the nature of their mission and mandate, Aranmore Catholic Primary School supports families and the parish in the preparation of children to receive the sacraments. Role of Catholic Schools in Supporting Sacramental Preparation Policy
School Uniform Policy Students are obliged to wear the school uniform provided by the Aranmore Uniform Shop and maintain certain standards of dress. Uniform Policy
Selection and Use of Texts Policy Selection and use of texts is a rigorous and careful process.   The values and attitudes at Aranmore are founded upon the teaching of Jesus Christ. It is these values and attitudes which inform the selection and use of texts at Aranmore Catholic Primary.     Selection of texts
Student Enrolment Policy In Western Australia, the Mandate of the Bishops requires the Catholic Education Commission of Western Australia to make Catholic school education available to all Catholic children, insofar as this is possible. Student Enrolment Policy
Student use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Policy ICT and in particular the Internet, are valuable tools in the Catholic school’s goal to educate the whole person. The Internet offers great educational opportunities when we use it responsibly. ICT Policy
Use of Social Networking Media Policy Takes a look at how social media and mobile phones can be used within school hours and for school purposes. Social networking
Student Management Policy The Student Management Policy is for managing student behaviour both in and out of the classroom. Student Management Policy
Privacy Collection Policy The primary purpose of collecting this information is to enable the School to provide schooling for your son/daughter. Privacy Collection Policy
School Parking Policy Parking on the Aranmore Catholic Primary School site relies on the care and good driving of every driver, if the children are to remain safe. School Parking Policy
Dispute and Complaint Policy Parents are asked to speak with their class teacher in the first instance and if unresolved speak with one of the Leadership Team Dispute and Complaint Policy
Whistleblower policy Catholic Education Western Australia Limited (CEWA Ltd) is committed to fostering a culture that reflects transparency and integrity and promotes Catholic values and ethical behaviour. Whistleblower policy