To be safe and happy.
To be treated with respect.
To teach, work, learn and play.
The school enlists the support and cooperation of the parents and of the school community as a whole, to assist the children to grow and develop in these areas. All members of our school community have the following rights:
- To be safe and happy;
- To be treated with respect;
- To teach, work, learn and play.
Students have the responsibility to:
- Show respect to all members of the school and wider community, all teachers, other adults and each other
- Care for one another and not to hurt each other by actions or words
- Understand that Bullying will not be tolerated
- Have a clear, common understanding of the six school rules
- Own their actions
- Actively engage in the learning process
- Play fairly
- Show care for their own and other people’s property
- Maintain a clean, litter free environment.
Teachers have a responsibility to:
- Provide a safe, Christian environment where each child feels safe and supported
- Treat students with respect and consideration
- Provide a quality curriculum that reaches all students
- Nurture a positive relationship with the students and their parents
- Teach students the six school rules
Parents have a responsibility to:
- Provide a safe, secure and supportive environment for their children
- Treat their children with respect and consideration
- Nurture a positive relationship with their child’s teachers
- Support and endorse the school discipline policy and school rules
- Support the school’s learning and teaching philosophy
- Have an understanding of the six school rules.
A STUDENT ONCE SAID …
“Last Wednesday evening I was one of the leaders responsible for making a Google presentation for next year’s Foundation parents. When the parents came to the school we had to present what it’s like to be at our school. Speaking to the new parents made me feel important and special. Showing and telling them what it’s like every day in the life of OLOL was a great opportunity for me to build my confidence and be part of the kind of leaders this school prepares.” – Chelsea, Year 5