Policies are used to guide Directorate procedures and provide consistent information to stakeholders. Policies succinctly articulate the Directorate's position, provide a framework for action and ensure a consistent approach to our day-to-day activities and decision-making. Schools use policies as a basis to develop school-based procedures that reflect the individual needs of schools. Policies may be supported by procedures, manuals or guidelines.
Many Directorate policies have related procedures or guidelines for the use of Directorate officers in the implementation of policies. The Education and Training Directorate is committed to implementing policies that:
- set clear parameters within which day-to-day operational decisions can be made
- manage strategic and operational risk
- further the achievement of the Directorate's strategic goals and the broader policy direction of government; and
- are managed in a systematic and consistent manner.
For more information about Directorate policies, please telephone (02) 6205 9185 or see the following link (Education and Training Directorate: Policies A-Z ).
To ensure Directorate policies are implemented consistently, we have developed a number of procedures and guidelines where applicable. Please see the documents below for more information:
ILPs- How it Works (732.8 KB)
Student Communication Device Policy 2022 (230.1 KB)
UV Protection Policy 2019 (301.0 KB)
Complaints and Feedback Procedure 2019 (295.9 KB)
Maribyrnong Draft Dress Standard and Colour Code Policy POST CONSULTATION.pdf (343.0 KB)
Communication Policy 2014 (512.9 KB)
UV Protection Procedures 2013.pdf (228.4 KB)
Nut Free Procedures 2014.pdf (148.4 KB)
Maribyrnong Primary School Inclusion Protocol.pdf (325.8 KB)
Homework Policy 2013.pdf (295.1 KB)