For Students

Christ the King Catholic Primary School endeavours to promote a healthy, supportive and secure environment for all children. Student welfare is a shared responsibility between home, school, the local parish and the community. The school has implemented programs to encourage positive social behaviours and problem-solving skills. These programs include: buddies, Restorative Practices, student awards and whole school Rights and Responsibilities.

As important members of the school community, students are valued for the contributions they can make to the school. Leadership potential is encouraged and supported.

The Student Representative Council (SRC) comprises of the school captains (boy and girl), and seven SRC members. Examples of the responsibilities of the SRC are: leading Liturgies and assembly, contributing to school committees, delivering special occasion addresses, organizing the Annual CTK Talent Quest which is held in Term 3 and votes of thanks and demonstrating pride in their school through, good behaviour and a positive school spirit.

Student Wellbeing

Christ the King Catholic School and the community work together to ensure that the children receive the best possible education in a strong supportive atmosphere.

Restorative Justice

Restorative Justice underpins our whole pastoral care policy, with a focus on consistent and fair discipline. At all times, we strive to ensure that there is a consistency of approach which results in optimal learning opportunities for our children. There is a buddy system which operates within the school, which ensures that our younger students always have a contact with an older student who will also look after their interests and wellbeing.

Student Leadership

Student leadership is highly valued as it ensures that the students of Christ the King are provided with opportunities to develop their individual capacity to lead and influence others in a responsible way.They do this by being actively involved in the everyday operations of the school and by contributing, where appropriate, to the decision-making process of the school.

The Student Leadership program provides students with leadership opportunities and responsibilities in an effort to improve student engagement and connectedness to the school community. The Student Leadership program aims to build positive self-concepts and relationships by providing our students with a sense of meaning, purpose, control and belonging; while simultaneously enhancing student knowledge, skills and attitudes.