We maintain a strong focus on student achievement through the quality teaching of Literacy and Numeracy. Conversations around student achievement are central to ensuring that families students and staff are working collaboratively to maximize student’s individual potential. Having students who are able to discuss their aspirations, set personal goals and then work towards these are indicative of the student empowerment we aim for. Our work in this area is underpinned by our involvement in the Collaborative Impact Program which draws on John Hattie’s Visible Learning research.
Through the implementation of the ‘Play is the Way’ social skills program we provide relevant learning experiences and individual support so that each child is able to build a strong foundation of knowledge and skills for the future.
The direction provided by Governing Council provides a strong parent voice and reflects the focus of the community with an aim to improve student learning outcomes.