Please click on the below links to access Mount Carmel College and the Tasmanian Catholic Education Office guidelines, policies and procedures.

Additional policies, guidelines and key documents of the Tasmanian Catholic Education Commission which apply to Tasmanian Catholic schools can be viewed on the Tasmanian Catholic Education Commission website.

Guidelines and Policies include:
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Policy
  • Accreditation
  • Adult Behaviour Policy
  • Child Safety
  • Code of Conduct
  • Conflict of Interest
  • Cyberbullying
  • Documenting and Sharing Learning in Kindergarten
  • Enrolment Policy
  • Enrolment Procedures
  • Fraud Control
  • How to make a complaint (Grievance Policy)
  • ICT for Students
  • Mandatory Reporting
  • Pastoral Care
  • Play and Outdoor Learning
  • Privacy Policy
  • Recruitment and Selection
  • Reportable Conduct
  • Research in Schools
  • Response to Unacceptable Student Behaviour Policy
  • Response to Unacceptable Student Behaviour Procedures
  • Scholarships
  • School Configuration and Structure
  • School Fees Assistance
  • Student Equity
  • Volunteer
  • WHS
  • Working With Vulnerable People
  • Workplace Behaviour


  • Acceptable Use of Images – Information for Families
  • Catholic Education Week Guidelines
  • Early Entry to Kindergarten and Prep Procedure
  • Engagement and Transition
  • Enrolling Students with Disability
  • Gifted and Talented
  • K-12 IEP
  • Suicide Postvention
  • Whole Year Acceleration Procedure

The Tasmanian Catholic Education Commission (TCEC) is appointed by the Archbishop and is the overarching strategic planning and policy making body for Catholic education in Tasmania.

Catholic Education Tasmania believes that children and young people have a fundamental right to be respected, nurtured, cared for, and that every child and young person is entitled to be educated in a safe environment.

More information can be obtained from the CET’s Child Safe Communities web page.