Child Protection Officers

A number of staff members have been appointed as the College's Child Safety Officers. The names and positions for all College Child Safety Officers are listed below.

Jamie MadiganPrincipal
Ric BrodrickDeputy Principal Wellbeing
Kiera McNallyHead of Student Wellbeing
Bridget CroweYear 10, Year Level Leader
Broderick AshmoleYear 10, Year Level Leader
Dawn RodgersYear 9, Year Level Leader
Laura BoniniYear 9, Year Level Leader
Karen BaileyYear 8, Year Level Leader
Danny GodoyYear 8, Year Level Leader
Tiffany AzzopardiYear 7, Year Level Leader
Jamie-Lee LafferrairieYear 7, Year Level Leader
Eloise SternarStudent Counsellor
Jamie BarnettCollege Psychologist
Jessica SchembriCollege Psychologist

Child Protection Complaints Management

The College has developed a Child Protection and Safety 2: Grievance and Complaints Policy to ensure that any child protection-related feedback, comments or complaints from College community members and relevant stakeholders are captured, analysed and acted upon where appropriate.

Child Protection and Safety 2: Grievance and Complaints Policy

This may include feedback about certain staff members or volunteers, or the College’s Child Protection Program.

When a complaint is made to the College it is important for the College to consider whether the complaint raises any concerns about unreported abuse and/or risk of abuse at the College.

The Federation of CRC Council, staff including the Principal, Volunteers, Third Party Contractors and External Education Providers must follow the College’s Child Protection and Safety 3: PROTECT: Identifying and responding to abuse – Reporting obligations if any information received with a complaint leads to new grounds for a reasonable belief or suspicion that a student may be subject to, or at risk of, any unreported abuse.

Child Protection and Safety 3: PROTECT: Identifying and responding to abuse – Reporting obligation

Child Protection and Safety 4: Child Safe Code of Conduct

Child Protection and Safety 5: Child Safe Policy

Child Protection Information for Parents and Students

Keeping children safe is everyone's responsibility. This means if you think child abuse might be happening, you must report it. If you don't report, it could be a criminal offence.

Report child abuse by calling triple zero (000) or contacting the Child Protection unit at the Department of Health and Human Services.

Child Protection and Safety 1: PROTECT Easy English Secondary School Fact Sheet