Draft Vision Statement and Values
Today the Vision and Values Working Group reconvened and commenced the work of drafting a Vision Statement and School Values for further community consultation.
If anyone wishes to provide further feedback and/ or responses to the 4 questions below could they please do so by Thursday.
The questions for your consideration are:
- What is it about this school that led you to send your child(ren) here and not somewhere else? Why was this important?
- What is important to your child(ren) at school right now?
- What kind of person do you want your child(ren) to be?
- What could/does the school do to prepare your child(ren) for the future?
Once the vision statement and school values have been drafted they will be displayed around the school, placed in the school newsletter and on the school website for a further round of feedback before reconvening the Working Group to write a final draft of a Vision statement and school Values to take as a recommendation to School Council on May 28th.
Thank you to all members of the school community who responded to the four questions and/or attended workshops/meetings to discuss our school’s vision statement and values.
Thank you also to the members of the working group for their contributions in facilitating the consultation process for students, staff and parent/carer’s.
The consultation process is to enable the views of all community members to be heard – students, families, teachers – whilst being guided by DET policies and legislative requirements. We are not aiming for consensus, rather we are wanting to elicit the key themes that emerge across the consultations. These will be used to shape the Vision and Values for the school for the next 4 years.