For Students

Students at the Centre of Learning

We believe that our students are at the centre of our work as a Catholic school. Our student–centred classrooms require students to be active learners responsible for their actions and self-directed in their thinking. In a student-centred classroom we value:

  • Each student understanding their strengths and trusting their ability to monitor their own needs
  • Higher-order thinking
  • Deep understanding
  • Student ownership of learning
  • Differences among learners
  • Leadership
  • Cooperative group work and independent tasks
  • Respectful relationships

Student Leaders

All students Kindergarten to Year 6 are the school leaders. However the following outlines the process for electing team leaders and their roles and responsibilities.

Significant School Leadership Roles for students:

  • Students who aspire to, and accept the role of School, Vice-Captain, Colour Captains and Student Representative Council Leaders must have a clear understanding of their role and the responsibilities associated with the role.
  • The School leadership program exists to encourage commitment, service and leadership by example, reach out to others, within our school, the parish and broader community and provide further leadership development.
  • It is an expectation that Leaders display some of the following attributes:
    • Demonstrates empathy for others and has a strong moral conscience
    • Enjoys school service and shows initiative
    • Relates well to other student
    • Is responsible, organised and reliable.

Student Leadership Code:

The Student Leaders’ Code outlines the responsibilities pertaining to all roles. The responsibilities are:

  • to respect the school’s rules
  • to be a positive role model for all students
  • to show respect to all members of the school community
  • to wear the school uniform appropriately and proudly
  • to assist students, staff and parents through the diligent and courteous performance of duties associated with the role
  • to initiate ideas and action deeds to grow and enrich the school community.

Extra-Curricular Activities for Students

  • School Choir
  • School Music program
  • School Band
  • Karate
  • Drama
  • Public Speaking
  • Debating
  • Chess.