Policies + Reporting
The Annual Report is required by the Queensland State Government and the Commonwealth Government to communicate to parents and the broader community a range of educational topics as defined by the Government. The Annual Report of St Luke's Anglican School is the most current Annual report required by both governments.
When purchasing from St Luke’s Anglican School, Old Saints and St Luke’s Parents and Friends’ Association your financial details are passed through a secure server using the latest 128-bit SSL (secure sockets layer) encryption technology. 128-bit SSL encryption is approximated to take at least one trillion years to break and is the industry standard.
St Luke’s Anglican School, Old Saints and St Luke’s Parents and Friends’ Association sets its fees and charges at a competitive level when measured against other similar schools. All of our prices are in Australian dollars (AUD) and include GST (Goods and Services Tax) where applicable.
Payments made to St Luke’s Anglican School, Old Saints and St Luke’s Parents and Friends’ Association are not refundable unless it is specifically indicated in that particular occasion. A complete copy of the school's enrolment policy is available on request from our registrar.
Complaints regarding child sexual abuse or sexual misconduct
St Luke’s Anglican School takes all complaints of child sexual abuse and sexual misconduct very seriously. If you are a current student, or the parent of a current student, and you wish to make a complaint or seek assistance, please contact one of our school’s Student Protection Officers or the Principal. If you are a past student and wish to make a complaint, seek assistance or information, please phone the Director of Professional Standards of the Anglican Church Southern Queensland, Greg Milles on 1800 242 544. Further information for past students is also available at the Anglican Church Southern Queensland website.
Student Protection Policy
St Luke's Anglican School supports the rights of children and young people and is wholly committed to ensure the safety, welfare and wellbeing of students and children. St Luke's is dedicated to responding to allegations of student any harm that has resulted from the conduct or actions of any person including that of our employees. This commitment includes the provision of a safe and supportive living and learning environment for all students and requires all employees, volunteers and visitors to model and encourage behaviour that upholds the dignity and protection of students and children from harm.
As a direct result of recommendations made from the Queensland Child Protection Commission of Inquiry, a number of amendments have been made to legislation relating to child protection and the education sector. These changes commenced on 19 January 2015 and the Policy and Procedures for Anglican Schools commenced on 20 April 2015.
For more detailed information please visit our Student Protection page.