At the Islamic College of SA the policies of the college support the everyday well-being of students, parents and teachers. Policies ensure that accountability and compliances are all upheld to the highest degree in an equitable manner. Please view our policies.
The Islamic College of South Australia has the following expectations for all students:
While meeting these expectations, students also have the right to expect courtesy, fairness, respect and excellence in teaching.learn more
This College Community Code of Conduct sets clear standards of behaviour which are expected of members of the College Community in the College environment or when attending any College related function or activity at any other location.Community Behaviour Expectations Booklet
The Islamic College of South Australia does not tolerate bullying in any form. All members of the School Community are committed to ensuring a safe and caring environment which promotes personal growth and positive self-esteem for all. The consequences of unacceptable behaviour are clearly stated in the Behaviour Management Policy.
The college believes that the process of dealing with bullying/harassment is critical for positive learning outcomes for all students involved. The process involves listening to the students involved, looking to the future, placing no blame. It is non-punitive. We try to reach an attitude of Shared Concern with both the bully and the bullied.
Shared Concern is about:
At the Islamic College of South Australia we are committed to the safety and well-being of all students accessing our service. We support the rights of the student and aim to ensure that a safe environment is maintained at all times. We also support the rights and well-being of our staff and volunteers and encourage their active participation in building and maintaining a secure environment for all participants.
The Islamic College of South Australia recognizes that drug issues exist within the South Australian community, and therefore incidents involving drugs might also occur in schools. There is no place for illicit and unsanctioned drug use in schools. In keeping with national and state policy and associated research, the college takes a position of harm minimization in relation to the management of suspected drug-related incidents.
Our goal in managing any suspected drug-related incident is to ensure the well-being and future educational careers of the student/s involved, the whole student community and staff.
As a place of learning for young people, the college aims to ensure that its management of drug incidents is educative so that students can learn from the consequences of poor decisions and /or inappropriate behaviour.
At the Islamic College of South Australia we encourage students to research relevant resources by accessing the Internet. It is our policy that computer and Internet use be in support of education and research and consistent with educational objectives. Students are expected to abide by the generally accepted rules of network etiquette. In the event of inappropriate use consequences are clearly stated in the Behaviour Management Policy.
Homework is any form of study or activity which students are asked to do outside lesson time. Homework supports the learning taking place at school. Homework can include, but is not limited to, activities such as reading, spelling, writing, researching and creating art.
If possible, please support your child’s homework by providing:
Students who feel well-supported in their homework activities usually achieve better results at school.
Please follow the steps outlined in the following diagram to assist in resolving concerns:
The Islamic College of South Australia is an Islamic school guided by the ethics and principles of the Islamic faith and offering our students excellence in education within an Islamic environment.
Modesty in dress is an important principle of Islamic teaching and this policy has been implemented to provide an education environment consistent with that teaching.
In order to provide a consistent environment that meets the needs and desires of both our students, their parents and the wider school community, this policy applies to all staff and temporary relief teachers, whether Muslim or not, when on school premises, attending school functions/excursions or interacting with the wider school community in any capacity relating to their employment by the School.
Parents, students, ex-students, visitors and the wider Muslim community are also expected to dress in a respectful manner and in accordance with the modesty guidelines in this policy when on the school premises and attending school events and functions.
Role of the School Board
The role of the School Board is to:
Role of the Principal
The role of the Principal is to:
Role of Staff Members
The role of Staff Members is to:
Requirements for Dress Code
Females are required to
The following exceptions apply to the dress code set out above, but even where these exceptions apply, the basic dress code as outlined above must be followed:
All classrooms in the school are air conditioned. It should be possible, with the variety of styles and fabrics available, for staff to dress smartly, professionally and safely in line with this code and still be comfortable.
Compliance and Interpretation
The Principal shall be responsible for overseeing the compliance with this dress code. The interpretation of these standards is the prerogative of the Principal in accordance with any directives of the School Board.
Staff are reminded that compliance with the Dress Code Policy is a condition of their employment.