We want our students to learn to make appropriate behavioural choices, because it is the right thing to do, not because of fear or reward or punishment. We acknowledge that in empowering students to develop personal responsibility, we are affirming a life-long process that we all share.
Our school's vision underlines our identity as a Catholic school - a place which witnesses to the Gospel and which respects individual dignity through authentic pastoral care. This vision values cooperation and challenges its members to be critical and reflective in an environment which fosters a spirit of inquiry.
Our approach to working with our students is to focus on the development of personal responsibility. This is informed by the following principles: