Our students develop leadership and social responsibility through Junior School Council, the House System, the Peer Support programs and other cross age activities. The school practices the Assertive Discipline model which focuses on positive behaviour leading to students respecting the rights and property of others, stresses the right to educational opportunity while fostering self discipline and social responsibility.
Junior School Council
Each year a number of children are elected by their class peers to be members of the Junior School Council. These children then meet on a regular basis, discussing issues raised by their grades concerning the school. This in turn gives the children input into the running of the school.
Children in years prep to six are placed in one of the four houses for the arrangement of some sporting and class activities.
The names and colours of the houses are: