COMMUNITY MEETING PLACE
All decision-making processes will be though the
Council of Elders.
We respect collective custodianship by traditional owners and keepers of Country and cultural knowledge.
CULTURE AND LEARNING
We embed Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander spirituality, philosophy, culture, beliefs and knowledge throughout our day.
Our Meeting Place and Pre-School will be registered as an independent school with NESA. (NSW Education Standards Authority)
We address key learning areas of Mathematics, English, Science, Geography, History, Creative Arts and Personal Development, Health and Physical Education. (PDHPE)
We address the principles, practices and outcomes of the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF)
We respect the individual needs of each child and prepare Individual Learning Plans.
We will ensure our young people become intrinsically motivated lifelong learners.
Our young people will experience success, respect and well being.
We will maintain a strong sense of social justice.
We will encourage active contribution to community and society.
We will empower student voice, build a sense of ownership, belonging and identity.
COMMUNITY AND FAMILY ENGAGEMENT
As a self-governed school we will be financially supported by the community so all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children can attend.
To be self sustaining we require active family engagement and support from every community member so we can continue to provide family support through additional professional services.
Our children will have access to professional services including speech therapy, paediatric assessments and educational psychologists on site.