Parents are critical to the success of students at school. The College staff values a close working relationship with parents and we aim to work together to create the best opportunities and outcomes for all students.
Twilight Tours are held annually in May for parents of students in Year 6. They provide an opportunity to visit our facilities and speak with teachers about our Year 7-10 programs.
Parent related events occur regularly throughout the year and these are announced in the newsletter.
The College embraces the Choose Respect program.
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Every member of our school community is encouraged to choose respect. To choose respect is to make a conscious effort to:
- Treat others with respect, no matter how they treat you
- Treat yourself with respect
- Forgive others who do not treat you with respect
- Resist your natural desire to pay back or take revenge
- Apologise when you do not treat others with respect
- Support others who are not being treated with respect
- Ask for support when others do not treat you with respect
The following principles are fundamental to understanding and developing a culture of respect.
Every human being is unique, has inherent worth and value, and therefore, should be treated with Respect. Respect is to be treated with care and consideration. This type of respect is different to the type of respect that you can earn.
Respect is not only an attitude, but an observable behaviour. Respect will be clearly demonstrated in the following areas:
- Respect for others
- Respect for yourself
- Respect for property
- Respect for positions of authority
- Respect for the environment
If a member of our school community is not treating others or themselves with respect, they are making a conscious choice NOT to do so.
Every member of our school community is responsible for their own actions and choices. These actions and choices will always have consequences.
It is acknowledged that some members of our school community may at some time fall short of the Code of Behaviour. However, by providing an explicit standard or benchmark for what is right and acceptable behaviour, we are holding up a standard of behaviour to work towards.