The Cathedral College has a number of Policies that provide for the good management and organisation of the school as well as the safety of students, staff and resources.
To find out more about the official policies of The Cathedral College, click on the links below. Further information can be obtained by contacting the College.
Access to Diocesan Policies may be viewed here.
These policies which have been approved by the Diocesan Education Council are automatically adopted by schools and Colleges in the Rockhampton Diocese.
The Cathedral College allows the use of College facilities/equipment by community members and agencies whose values are consistent with the Mission Statement and ethos of the College.
Unresolved conflicts that arise will be addressed using the College Conflict Management Procedures.
The College is committed to the provision and use of Information Technology in a manner consistent with the Catholic Ethos and values of the College.
Catholic Education is committed to a comprehensive educational ministry that embraces and promotes lifelong learning.
Harassment, in any of its forms, violates the essential dignity of the human person and has no place in The Cathedral College which espouses and promotes Gospel values.
In recognition of the importance of a holistic education, it is expected students, supported by parents/guardians, will attend all scheduled activities as per the College calendar and participate in the designated educational program.
PEDs at TCC will be used in such a manner that they will not offend or cause harm to TCC staff or any member of the community.