Our Values

Our staff, students and parents believe for our students to succeed we need to display the
following values

  • Integrity
  • Learning
  • Truth Telling
  • Teamwork
  • Equity
  • Care
  • Voice

Our Staff beliefs about what they know and what they do to have high impact on student outcomes.
We believe teachers have a moral purpose to reflect and improve their teaching practices, to be evidence based and informed by student outcomes.
Provide professional learning that strengthens culturally responsive pedagogies that respond to the needs and aspirations of the Aboriginal/Torres Strait and English as additional language or dialect students.
We believe that all student’s and staff’s health and wellbeing needs must be met for engagement to be effective.
We share the success of student progress and achievement with parents, families and communities by clearly communicating a positive culture of high expectations.
We believe in inclusion and value student diversity.
We believe that effective teachers foster equity and reconciliation.
Effective teachers believe in preparing students to become their own teachers and life-long learners in the school.
We believe we must have a school culture that encourages and supports the professional growth of teachers.
We believe everyday matters and attendance is everyone’s business.