Thirroul Public School

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Rules and policies

Thirroul Public School Rules and Responsibilities 2020

Rules and policies are in place to make sure your child remains safe and well at school.

Visit the NSW Department of Education’s policy library for all current operational policies.

Our school uses the department's School Community Charter to ensure all of our communication is collaborative and respectful.

School frameworks (school rules)

As well as following the department’s operational policies, we have developed frameworks for our students in line with our school’s values and commitments.

Thirroul Public School's Anti-Bullying Policy and Plan 2020

Bullying is repeated verbal, physical, social or psychological behaviour that is harmful and involves the misuse of power by an individual or group towards one or more persons. Cyber bullying refers to bullying through information and communication technologies. 

The NSW Department of Education and Communities rejects all forms of bullying. No Student, employee, parent, caregiver or community member should experience bullying within the learning or working environments of the Department.

Preventing and responding to bullying behaviour in learning and working environments is a shared responsibility of all department staff, students, parents, caregivers and members of the wider community.

Thirroul Public School Anti-Bullying Policy and Procedures 2020.pdf

Thirroul Public School's Anti-Bullying Plan.pdf

Bias Based Bullying Fact Sheet

Thirroul Public School's Student Wellbeing Procedures 2020

These procedures have been developed in conjunction with NSW Department of Education: Student Wellbeing Policy Statement and with the two companion documents: Behaviour Code for Students and Student Discipline in NSW Government Schools as well as the Suspension and Expulsion of Students Procedures 2011.

Student Wellbeing Procedures 2020 


Attendance and absences

Students must attend school regularly so they can achieve their educational best and increase their career and life options.

In NSW, all children from the age of 6 are legally required to attend school or be registered for home schooling through the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA). All students must complete Year 10, or its equivalent and remain in school, employment or training until they turn 17.

For more information about compulsory school attendance, visit: