Our school’s policies help provide guidance about our expectations of our students, staff and the broader school community so that together we can create an inclusive and sustainable learning environment, inspiring our learning community to be creative, curious, courageous and compassionate.
Concerns and complaints
We encourage open communication and prefer that you come to us to talk through any issues you may have. We also have procedures in place to ensure that complaints and concerns are handled appropriately. To learn more, you can read our concerns and complaints policy document, download a formal complaint form, or visit the SchoolDocs policies and procedures website and enter the user code: mtaspiring and password: success
We expect our students to take pride in their uniform and to wear it correctly. The school uniform should be worn when travelling to and from school, and at school events. All uniform items must be clearly named. To find out more, please view our uniform guidelines.
Personal digital devices policy
A personal digital device is any privately owned digital device that is not part of a school-approved bring your own device (BYOD) programme. To learn more about the use of cell phones at school, you can read our cell phones at school policy document, view this ‘mobile phones at school’ poster, and visit the SchoolDocs policies and procedures website and enter the user code: mtaspiring and password: success
Bullying behaviour policy
We have a range of policies relating to bullying, its management, and student wellbeing more generally. You can view these documents at the SchoolDocs policies and procedures website and enter the user code: mtaspiring and password: success
Our school assessment policy has been developed in line with NZQA requirements, incorporating nationally agreed guidelines published by NZQA. Please read the Mount Aspiring College assessment policy handbook to learn more.