Rights & Responsibilities
- To be shown Respect and Kindness regardless of their behaviour, background or present circumstances.
- To feel important and valued.
- To develop as an individual and to be respected for individual gifts and talents.
- To understand how learning will help them to participate fully in the community, to make a contribution and to derive pleasure from doing so.
- To physical and emotional safety and protection.
- To access to materials and resources.
- To competent teaching and interesting learning experiences.
- To teacher assistance and support.
- To enjoy learning and to become confident and empowered by it.
- To express opinions openly, with respect.
- To be protected from abuses by authority and systems.
- To receive specialist support as required.
- To privacy and confidentiality.
- To be free from unnecessary restrictions and rules.
- To respect themselves, family, community and country. (See Guidelines)
- To respect and show kindness to teachers, staff, Elders, visitors.
- To respect all living things and our environment.
- To be honest and ethical, kind and considerate.
- To speak out for justice and fairness.
- To be a peacemaker.
- To listen and not obstruct the opinion of others.
- To be active, responsible citizens and to make a contribution to the school community and to the wider community.
- To apply themselves to their studies.
- To complete assignments to the best of their ability.