Aspiration, Application, Achievement
If all members of the school community are to achieve their best then they must be free to learn and teach in an environment that is caring and respectful, open and welcoming, culturally affirming and equitable.
We also believe that the highest standards of academic achievement and well-being can only be attained where the highest standards of personal conduct and behaviour exist.
Our aim is for all students to develop the necessary social, emotional and behavioural skills to make wise choices about their behaviour, to take responsibility for their behaviour and to access rewards and recognition for doing so.
We recognize that the vast majority of students want to behave well and want to learn.
With positive behaviour management we can help them to achieve to the best of their ability.
All our students have a right to an education that engages and challenges them and enables them to reach their potential through the highest standards of academic achievement and the development of their personal, social and life skills.
The highest standards of academic achievement and personal and social development can only be achieved where the highest standards of personal conduct and behaviour exist.
All students have a right to an education that is not under-mined or damaged in any way by the unacceptable behaviour of other students.
All members of the school community are responsible for ensuring that the highest standards of behaviour for learning, and behaviour around the school site, exist at all times and during school activities off-site.