Vision and Mission

Growing Together In Faith, Learning and Care

Vision Statement 

As a Christ-centred community, we inspire and nurture our students to: 

  • serve with love and compassion 

  • act with faith 

  • be stewards of God’s creation

  • embrace a culture of thinking and learning 

in the spirit of our patron St Fiacre and founded on the Josephite and Franciscan charisms.


Mission Statement 

In partnership with families and parish, we at St Fiacre’s:


Act with Faith by 

• celebrating our faith as a parish community 

• following the examples and teachings of Jesus 

• teaching Catholic beliefs, values, practices and traditions


Serve with love and compassion by 

• having an active commitment to social justice 

• developing positive and caring relationships 

• responding to the needs of the community 


Are stewards of God’s Creation by

• taking responsibility for the future of the earth. 

• developing in our students an awareness of their impact on the environment

• appreciating and being grateful for God’s gifts


Embrace a culture of thinking and learning by

  • building a collaborative community of reflective learners

  • committing to a relevant, engaging and inclusive curriculum to develop creative and critical thinkers

  • personalising teaching and learning to improve student growth



Vision for Learning


At St Fiacre’s we aim to create a culture of thinking and learning by;


  • building a collaborative community of reflective learners.

    • staged learning environments through open-plan learning spaces that enable flexible learning groups

    • teacher and student feedback as a means of assessment to develop individual learning goals

    • providing a professional learning culture that strengthens the capacity of teachers and students

    • teachers and parents working in partnership towards supporting student learning outcomes 

  • committing to a relevant, engaging and inclusive curriculum to develop creative and critical thinkers.

    • use thinking routines to actively promote, visibly display and value students’ thinking

    • encourage students to ask critical questions about their learning

    • learning intentions and success criteria are developed to enable students learning to become visible 

    • evidenced-based learning informed by data analysis

    • ICT infrastructure targeted at contemporary learning and teaching

    • resources prioritised to support the teaching and learning of the curriculum

  • personalising teaching and learning to improve student growth.

    • learning experiences that are collaborative, flexible, adaptive and open-ended 

    • building teacher and student capacity through a professional learning culture

    • continually referring to and using the eight cultural forces that define our classrooms 

    • learning experiences are engaging and challenging and reflect student's voice

    • utilise the principles of UDL to identify and target student’s strengths

    • enhance the provision of and support for students with Diverse Learning Needs (Newman, EAL/D, Special Needs) 

    • differentiated teaching and learning programs to ensure all student needs are addressed ie, STEM, ICT and the arts