Learning is more than an academic pursuit; it is a ‘total picture’, which provides a balance between a student’s intellectual, physical, emotional and relational needs. Students have the opportunity to participate in a wide range of specialist areas in and out of school to complement the core learning curriculum. The school offers unique programs in Music, Art, Dance/Drama and Physical Education. The school actively promotes inclusive pastoral care and fosters the development of social and emotional well-being.

This Business Plan has been developed in conjunction with students, staff, parents and members of the wider community. It sets a clear strategic future for the next three years which will support our students to be successful lifelong learners. The school, along with the School Board, will actively monitor the school’s performance through a variety of measures involving staff, students, parents and the community. These measures include academic performance (e.g. National Assessment Program in Literacy and Numeracy – NAPLAN), non-academic performance (e.g. attendance), satisfaction rates (e.g. surveys), and governance (e.g. reviewing operational plans).

The strategies and milestones contained in this plan indicate the level of progress towards achieving our three priorities:

2019 People Place Pedagogy

1. People
2. Place
3. Pedagogy

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