The principles that direct the school’s educational policies and programs are:
- the achievement of high standards of learning
- equality of educational opportunity
- the achievement of success
- flexibility and adaptability
- extending students to their individual potential by encouraging, recognizing and rewarding achievement and - effort
- providing ongoing Professional Learning for staff in areas such as: Shared Inquiry, Early Years Literacy, Early Years Numeracy, Middle Years, The Thinking Curriculum, Welfare and Peer Support
- developing in students qualities and life skills such as reflective and inquiring minds; resilience, confidence and hope; problem solving and creativity; communication and interdependence; responsibility and negotiation; decision making and independence
- providing a cooperative environment where students can share responsibility for their own learning, behaviour and health
- preparing students for their next stage of learning by building on their strengths and experiences
- matching all available resources to support excellence in learning and teaching
- maintaining and managing the integrity of the school’s physical environment
- using appropriate learning technologies to enhance communication, the delivery of curriculum, access to information and management and administration.
- the development of a comprehensive Transition Program for Foundation and Year 6 students.