Our Expectations





  • to be treated with courtesy and respect.
  • to be free from violence, intimidation, bullying and harassment from other members of the school community.
  • to have serious / legitimate problems listened to and acted upon justly.
  • to be informed of any serious breach of the school rules by children.
  • to treat others with courtesy and respect.
  • to take care of themselves and others.
  • to refrain from using violence of any sort (e.g. physical, verbal, psychological).
  • to refrain from bullying, intimidating or harassing others.
  • to acknowledge receipt of information; make contact with the school if necessary and support any actions taken.


  • to be provided with facilities and materials that are safe and free from hazards.
  • to be provided with necessary safety equipment.
  • to be provided with opportunities to discuss and set in place procedures for following WH& S regulations and safety rule.
  • to support the school in expecting students to follow safety rules.
  • to provide children with appropriate safety equipment, including hats and sunscreen.
  • to participate in discussions for deciding safety rules and procedures as appropriate.


  • to know that their children are in an environment conducive to learning.
  • to know that their children will be offered necessary assistance with learning.
  • to know that their children will be offered learning opportunities appropriate to their level of ability.
  • to know that children who choose to be disruptive will be managed appropriately.
  • to be offered opportunities to take part in the development and regular review of the school behaviour plan.
  • to have curriculum and behaviour management initiatives clearly explained.
  • to participate in learning opportunities provided by the school.
  • to support the school in the management of disruptive students.
  • to support the school in the implementation of learning experiences generally, and individual programs specifically.
  • to provide information about children or circumstances, that may impact on learning to the school.


  • to be listened to.
  • to have a turn to speak.
  • to be spoken to respectfully and with manners.
  • to become familiar with the school's Grievance Policy
  • to consistently model appropriate communication procedures/ conventions during interactions with children, staff and other parents/caregivers.


  • to expect that property and equipment will be supplied to support the education of their children
  • to know that their children can work, learn and play in a clean and tidy environment.
  • to know that maintenance of equipment will be conducted on a regular basis
  • to assist in maintaining a clean and tidy working, learning and playing environment for all children.
  • to not allow their children to bring  inappropriate / undesirable property or equipment to school.
  • to report possession of inappropriate property or equipment.