Vision and Mission

Our Vision

Our core values of respect, care, responsibility, co-operation, integrity and personal excellence are expressed in our school’s Vision and Mission Statement.

Vision 2012-2016

Christ the King will be a school where...

  • Key Area 1: Catholic Life and Religious Education
    The culture of the school is to be a community where we give witness to our Catholic faith through celebration and evangelisation by living and practising our beliefs according to the Archbishop’s Charter for Catholic Schools.
  • Key Area 2: Students and their Learning
    Students are engaged in an innovative and challenging learning environment that promotes independence and success.
  • Key Area 3: Pedagogy
    Programs are diversified so that students learn in an open, supportive and stimulating learning space.
  • Key Area 4: Human Resources
    Staff engage in professional development which is aligned, both to their own learning, and also to the strategic priorities of the school. School structures support an authentic shared leadership model and have a strategic approach to the development of future leaders.
  • Key Area 5: Resources, Finance and Facilities
    High quality resources support the engaging learning environment for our students.
  • Key Area 6: Parents and Partnerships
    Staff and parents work in partnership to promote the spiritual, moral, educational and social development of students as resilient 21st century learners.
  • Key Area 7: Strategic Leadership and Management
    A culture of openness, shared leadership and collaboration exist where staff are committed to facilitating and sustaining continuous improvement in student outcomes.
  • Key Area 8: Information Communication Technology (ICT)
    Contemporary ICT resources are effectively utilised to support and enhance teaching and learning while promoting student engagement and responsibility.

Mission

With Jesus Christ as our guide, we the community of Christ the King Catholic School work in partnership to:

  • celebrate and practise our Catholic faith in order to give witness to the evangelising mission of the Church
  • provide a high quality learning environment which is challenging and inclusive and respects the needs of individuals
  • inspire our students to develop knowledge, skills, values and attitudes which empower them to make positive contributions to their world, both now and in the future.