There exists a safe and tolerant school environment with the expectation that all members of our community respect themselves, others and the environment. The school promotes and values the quality of relationships to ensure that all students, parents and teachers take responsibility for the part they play in providing high quality education. All parties are held accountable for the quality of these relationships.
In order to support students through the education process, we have adopted a whole school approach which shapes and supports appropriate behaviour in all students. Additional support and timely interventions are put in place when a student exhibits unacceptable or potentially dangerous behaviour.
A fair and positive whole school culture has been developed through our Life Pathways program. Teachers engage students through a balanced, relevant and engaging curriculum and use quality learning and teaching practices. Staff encourage and reward positive behaviour and there are many specialists in the school to whom students are referred for intensive behaviour support. Modified curriculum and flexible timetables can be arranged if this becomes necessary. Students are always encouraged to take responsibility for their own actions and the consequences that these actions have on other people.