Child Safety


Burwood Heights Primary School

At Burwood Heights Primary School, we are committed to establishing and maintaining child-safe and child-friendly environments, where all children feel valued and safe; including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, children from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds, children with disabilities and vulnerable children. We have zero tolerance of child abuse, and all allegations and safety concerns are treated very seriously and consistently through our strict policies and procedures which can be viewed here:

Child Safe Policy

Child Safe Code of Conduct

Child Safe School Strategies




To minimise the risk of child abuse, and to uphold our strong culture of child safety, we provide education and training to all children, families, staff and volunteers, in line with the Department of Education and Training’s Four Critical Actions reporting procedure, which can be viewed here: 

Four critical actions reporting procedure

Child Safe Reporting Procedures

Protect identifying and responding to all forms of abuse in Victorian schools 


This ensures that all members of our community feel confident and comfortable in understanding, identifying, discussing and reporting child safety concerns or allegations.


Click here to Protecting children from abuse: for parents and carers  for more information on how parents and carers, in partnership with the school, can protect children from harm.