Policies & Publications

2020 Strategic Plan

Familes are encouraged to read more about our goals and vision for the future in the Victory 20 20 Strategic Vision.
20 20 Strategic Vision

Annual Report

All schools in Australia receive funding from State and Federal Governments. As part of the requirements for funding, schools need to provide some information about their performance. Such information is complex and multi-faceted and therefore we suggest that prospective parents speak to College staff and tour the College themselves. Please note that the Annual Report to the College community refers to information from the previous year.
2018 Annual Report

Our Prospectus

We invite new families to look through our Prospectus to find out more about the Victory difference.
Prospectus

Child Protection and Safety Policy

Victory Lutheran College is committed to being a Child Safe organisation. Victory Lutheran College has a zero tolerance for child abuse and is committed to acting in the children's best interests and in keeping them safe from harm. Victory Lutheran College regards its child protection responsibilities with the utmost importance and as such, is committed to providing the necessary resources to ensure compliance with all relevant child protection laws and regulations and maintain a child safe culture.
Child Protection and Safety Policy

Child Safety Code of Conduct Policy

This Child Safety Code of Conduct outlines appropriate standards of behaviour for all adults towards students. The Code serves to protect students, reduce any opportunities for abuse or harm to occur, and promote child safety in the College environment. It provides guidance on how to best support students and how to avoid or better manage difficult situations.
Child Safety Code of Conduct

Responding and Reporting Allegations of Child Safety Abuse

Victory Lutheran College aims to provide a caring and safe learning environment, where the love of Jesus Christ governs all interactions and relationships. Members of the Victory Lutheran College community have a responsibility to ensure children and young people are safe in all school environments and school related activities. Victory Lutheran College has established simple and accessible procedures for anyone to report a child abuse concern internally to one of the College's Child Safety Officers, including procedures for support following a disclosure by a student.
Responding and Reporting Allegations of Child AbuseMaking A Child Protection Report - The ProcessChild Protection - Four Critical ActionsVictory Lutheran College Child Safety Officers

Standard Collection Notice

The College is committed to managing personal information in an open and transparent way. This statement specifically itemises the reasons for collecting information about students and their families and the way in which information will be used by the College. For further information, please refer to the Victory Lutheran College Privacy Policy.
Standard Collection Notice

Employment Collection Notice

Employment Collection Notice

Disclosure Statement to Students - Counselling

Victory Lutheran College provides counselling services for its students as part of its pastoral care program. These are provided through counsellors employed by the College. Students are encouraged to make use of these services if they need assistance. However, there are a number of things that students and their parents/guardians should know before using the counselling service.
Disclosure Statement to Students - Counselling

Privacy Policy

Requests for further information about the way the College manages the personal information it holds can be directed to the Privacy Officer. If you wish to make a complaint regarding the handling of your personal information or notify of a breach of the Australian Privacy Principles, please provide our Privacy Officer with full details of your complaint and any supporting documentation: by e-mail at privacy@vlc.vic.edu.au, or by letter to The Privacy Officer Victory Lutheran College PO Box 822 Wodonga Victoria 3690
Privacy Policy

Traffic Management Guidelines

College carparks are busy places. Please refer to the Traffic Management Guidelines for an overview of the different carparks, access times and how to help the College ensure the safety and smooth flow of traffic at peak times.
Traffic Management

Complaints and Conflict Resolution Policy

This policy defines the principles and procedures regarding complaints and conflict resolution at Victory Lutheran College. Victory Lutheran College endeavours to provide a quality Christian education where the whole person can grow and develop with confidence and dignity. The College strives to provide a safe, respectful and supportive environment for all students, parents and staff. From time to time staff, parents or students may have concerns regarding relational, educational, behavioural or school environment complaints or grievances. The College seeks to resolve these matters in a positive, professional, respectful and timely manner. Complaints & Conflict Resolution Procedure Victory Lutheran College recognises that from time to time there might be instances where individuals or organisations may disagree with the way the College as handled matters and may wish to lodge a complaint. Such individuals may include parents, students, suppliers, local residents, and other external bodies with whom the College has dealings. The College acknowledges that complaints present an opportunity to improve and is fully committed to resolving complaints in an efficient, fair and timely manner. The College recognises that its complaints handling procedures must be fair to the complainant, as well as the person about whom the complaint is made. Complaints Relating to Child Protection Incidents There may, at times, be concerns or complaints relating to the College’s Child Protection Program, for example regarding the College’s management of a child protection incident. When a child protection-related complaint is made, the College will first consider whether the complaint raises any concerns about unreported abuse and/or risk of abuse at the College. If concerns of this nature are raised by the complainant, the College’s Procedures for Responding to, and Reporting Child Protection Incidents, should be followed. Child protection complaints that do not raise concerns of unreported abuse, or risk of abuse at the College will be managed in the same manner as other complaints received by the College. The complaints will be recorded to ensure that any further developments relating to the same incident or issue are monitored.
Complaints and Conflict Resolution PolicyComplaints and Conflict Resolution Procedure