Brisbane Central State School is committed to providing a safe, respectful and creative learning environment for all students, staff, parents and visitors.
The Brisbane Central State School Code of Conduct sets out the responsibilities and processes we use in our school to promote a productive, effective whole school approach to discipline.
Its purpose is to facilitate high standards of behaviour from all in the school community, ensuring learning and teaching in our school is prioritised, where all students are able to experience success and staff enjoy a safe workplace.
Brisbane Central State School has a strong reputation for providing high quality education to students from multicultural backgrounds. Our school is located in the CBD. We believe strong, positive relationships between all members of our school are the foundation to supporting the success of all students.
Brisbane Central State School has three core learning values, which encourages all students to be Respectful, Creative Learners.
to self, others and property
to challenge the way we all think and approach issues and tasks with an open mind that leads to multiple solutions to questions, tasks and challenges
to gain knowledge and skills in all aspects of school life and life-long learning
These values have been used in the development of the Student Code of Conduct, with the aim of helping shape and build the skills of all our students to be confident, self-disciplined and kind young people. Our school staff believe that communication and positive connections with other people are the most valuable skills our communities need now and in the future.
Brisbane Central State School staff take an educative approach to discipline, that behaviour can be taught and that mistakes are opportunities for everyone to learn. Our Student Code of Conduct provides an overview of the school's local policies on use of mobile phones and other technology, removal of student property and the approach to preventing and addressing incidents of bullying. It also details the steps school staff take to educate students about these policies and how students are explicitly taught the expected behaviours. Finally, it details the consequences that may apply when students breach the expected standards of behaviour, including the use of suspension or exclusion.
See our Code of Conduct for more info.