Enrolment Policy

Enrolment Policy

The purpose of the Enrolment Policy is to provide clear and upfront information to a prospective Applicant regarding the conditions and priorities which relate to prospective enrolment at Victory Lutheran College.

Victory offers a Christ-centred education service to applicants regardless of ethnic origin, gender, religion, ability or disability, subject to the terms of the Enrolment policy.

Interested and prospective families are encouraged to read the Enrolment Policy which details the conditions of the enrolment process, including priority order of enrolment, reasonable adjustments and the factors involved in determining whether an offer of enrolment is made.

Code of Conduct

The College acknowledges that the vast majority of interactions within the College community are overwhelmingly positive and productive. The College remains very grateful for the on-going support and partnership with the College’s parents/carers in the care and development of our students.

Victory Lutheran College recognises the importance of the partnership between the College and parents/carers to support student learning, engagement and well-being. We share a commitment to, and a responsibility for, ensuring an inclusive, safe and orderly environment for all community members.

Our College’s Code of Conduct sets out the behavioural expectations of all members in the College community, including the Principal, College Staff, parents/carers, students and visitors when attending any College related function or activity within or outside the College. It respects the diversity of individuals in our College community and addresses the shared responsibilities of all members in building a safe and respectful College community. Discrimination, sexual and other forms of harassment, bullying, violence, aggression and threatening behaviour are unacceptable and will not be tolerated in the College.

Victory is a child safe community. This Code of Conduct must also be read in conjunction with the College’s ‘Child Safety Code of Conduct’ as part of the College’s Child Protection Program. Our Code of Conduct acknowledges that parents/guardians and College staff are strongly motivated to do their best for every child. Everyone has the right to differing opinions and views and to raise concerns, as long as we do this respectfully and as a community working together.

Parents/Carers and students agree to be bound by the College’s Code of Conduct when parents/guardians sign the Enrolment Agreement with the College. Although step-parents, relatives, friends, supporters and carers of students at the College are not a party to that Enrolment Agreement, the College’s Code of Conduct is a guide for them about expected standards of behaviour.