Student Welfare

Our school has high expectations of student behaviour. All students are expected to abide by the Department of Education Behaviour Code for Students. 

Our school rejects all forms of bullying behaviours, including online (or cyber) bullying by maintaining a commitment to providing a safe, inclusive and respectful learning community that promotes student wellbeing. Executive staff are committed to establishing evidence-based approaches and strategies that promote a positive climate where bullying is less likely to occur. Additional resources  can be found on the NSW anti-bullying website

Second Step

The "Second Step" program is implemented school-wide to help our students be learning ready and get along with others. To see more about our "Second Step" program, click on the button below:

Peer Support

Our school has a "Peer Support" program, where our year 6 students lead sessions with other students. This develops a school wide sense of community for all of our students. Once the formal lessons are finished, our student peer groups continue to meet socially at various times through the rest of the year. To view our page about "Peer Support" please click the button below:

Special Religious Education

A feature of the public education system in NSW is the opportunity to provide time in class for education in faith  from a religious perspective at the choice of parents.

A parent/carer may at any time notify the school in writing that they wish to change their decision. Students will continue the same arrangement as the previous year, unless a parent/carer has requested a change in writing.

Religious Education is provided by volunteers. Please follow the links below to access their curriculum:

Protestant SRE :

Catholic SRE :

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