How to use Concern


This website can only be actioned during College term hours.

Sometimes you just need to let someone know there’s something you are concerned about. We won’t panic and go crazy, we check if it’s an issue and then find the right person to help. Select the level of your concern from the faces above, fill in the details and inform us.

Is that OK?

 

Concerns:

There are some interesting things happening here

Example:

You think the Year 9 boys are sharing around a ‘torrented’ copy of a new movie

Solutions:

This level of concern is about raising our awareness and we’ll keep an eye out but we probably won’t actively monitor anyone.

Submit concern

That’s not cool

 

Concerns:

You’ve seen it and you want it to stop. You don’t feel comfortable confronting the persons involved.

Example:

Two Year 10 girls have the password to another students account and are taking control of her computer remotely.

Solutions:

We will verify that the the incident has occurred, check the level of damage and then decide what to do.

Submit concern

Something is wrong

 

Concerns:

Don’t really know how bad it is but pretty sure help is needed, you’re afraid someone might get hurt.

Example:

You’ve heard a Year 7 girl on Snapchat had a screenshot taken that accidentally shows down her top and the pic is being shared around.

Solutions:

We would start to actively monitor the situation, verify the incident and if needed speak to the persons of concern. We will do everything we can to keep your concern anonymous.

Submit concern

It’s really bad

 

Concerns:

Illegal? … maybe? Needs to be dealt with swiftly, it’s only going to get worse until something is done.

Example:

A video has shown up on YouTube of a student being bullied and physically abused by other students.

Solutions:

We will verify and confirm the incident. Then we will provide support for the persons of concern. Actively following up with all persons involved in the incident.
You may be required to speak with us but we will still do everything we can to keep your concern anonymous.

If you think this is illegal, contact QLD Police on 000 directly.

If you need more guidance on this concern, try: esafety.gov.au

Submit concern

Help now!

 

Concerns:

Urgent, you need Help Now! It’s time sensitive and you need help figuring out what to do next.

Example:

A friend in your Year 9 class has been sexting with an adult, you haven’t seen the pics but they’ve told you they’re planning on meeting up with them tonight.

Solutions:

It concerns something illegal or a serious and immediate threat of danger. An sms will be sent alerting us and we will directly contact you and possibly the persons of concern, to try and help.

Chaplaincy is only available during office hours Monday to Friday lunch. Please note that from Friday lunchtime through to Monday morning chaplaincy is not available and you should use the information below for further help.

If you need to speak with someone urgently, please call: Kids Helpline (for ages 5 - 25 yrs) - 1800 551 800 or Lifeline - 13 11 14 or QLD Police - 000 or visit www.eheadspace.org.au for on-line support

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