Vision and Values

Our Shared Vision

‘We develop inspiring learning environments, within a collaborative community, where students have a strong sense of belonging and strive for their personal best.’

Harmony – We strive to accept and respect our cultural diversity.

Persistence – We continue to move forward towards our goals despite the difficulties we face.

Success – We have high expectations for our students and believe that all students are capable of success. 

Achieving success is underpinned by our Mantras:

  •   Every child matters every day
  •   Successful students come from a connected community

School Values

The You Can Do It! program is implemented across the school. This program identifies five keys to success:

  • Organisation
  • Persistence
  • Getting Along
  • Confidence
  • Resilience

Good Standing

Our Good Standing Policy emphasises the importance of students taking responsibility for the choices they make on a daily basis.  Positive behaviour is acknowledged and rewarded with dojos from the ClassDojo program.  Rewards are earned by maintaining Good Standing of 98% and above.

STUDENTS HAVE THE RIGHT TO: 
access the curriculum in order to learn in a purposeful and supportive environment;work and play in a safe, secure, friendly and clean environment;receive respect, courtesy and honesty;clearly defined rules and consequences. 
STUDENTS HAVE THE RESPONSIBILITY TO:
ensure that they behave in a manner that is not disruptive to the learning of others;ensure that the school environment is kept neat and tidy; treat others with care and respect; behave in a way that protects the safety and wellbeing of themselves and others;identify and respond effectively to bullying.
PARENTS HAVE THE RIGHT TO:
be informed of behaviour management procedures, and their child’s behaviour;expect their children to be provided with a safe and supportive school environment be heard in an appropriate forum on matters related to the rights of their child.
PARENTS HAVE RESPONSIBILITY TO:
ensure that their child attends school;ensure that their child is provided with appropriate learning environments and materials;encourage children to treat others with respect support the school in behavioural decisions.