We are committed to working in partnership to enhance the learning outcomes of every student. These partnerships are a vital part of our community.
Our school community is a place of welcome, where each person is valued, where gifts and strengths are celebrated and shared for the benefit of all and where individuals are supported to achieve their potential as a person and as a learner.
We recognise that parents and guardians are the most important teachers in their child's education; by drawing on their wisdom and knowledge, we can deepen our understanding of the unique strengths and learning needs of each student and support them to grow and flourish.
Due to the learning diversity of our students, we are also committed to working collaboratively with other professionals, who are key supports for the child. The host school, paediatricians, psychologists, allied health professionals and case-coordinators (NDIS, DFFH) play a critical role in the learning journey of our students. Our knowledge of the child is enhanced through this multi-disciplinary team approach, where skills and expertise are shared.