What we promote

Respect for all:

Respect for self and others means valuing people and property. It requires us to be tolerant, accept individual differences and reject harassment and bullying in any form. It also means students must respect the right of teachers to teach and students to learn.

Justice for all:

Encompasses fairness, equity, honesty and a commitment to upholding that which is right - which are our ‘Touchstone Values’. The school will seek to be just in all its dealings.

Well-being for all:

We want to nurture personal resilience and the development of positive social skills. The school plays a vital role in promoting the intellectual, physical, social, emotional, moral, and aesthetic development and well-being of our students. Therefore, the school supports students to develop skills and understanding to keep themselves and others safe, as well as actively developing a safe school environment.

Quality and excellence for all:

We want our students to become successful learners and confident and creative individuals. This demands high quality instruction, a quality learning environment, effective models of leadership and partnerships with parents.

Sustainability for all:

We acknowledge our responsibility to be stewards of our earth and all of God's creation. Sustainability of resources means responsible management, care of the environment and a system of operation that is designed to enhance the future wellbeing of the planet.