Our Vision & Values
At Seacliff Primary School, we aim to develop creative, confident learners who can adapt to and participate effectively in a rapidly changing world. Our vision is of a community where staff members, parents and students work collaboratively towards achieving the best possible learning environment and educational outcomes for all.
We value and promote personal excellence, a love of learning and quality relationships between students, staff members, parents and the wider community. Recognising and acknowledging these qualities at school and in the wider community helps to make this a better world for all. One such example of recognising others (below) was during the Covid-19 Pandemic:
‘Today the Commissioner of Police received all the amazing cards from the students of reception – room 4 and year 2 – room 3. He has recorded a message of thanks for the students which can be seen via the below YouTube link: https://youtu.be/7ftfEiE4HYg.
Thank you very much for all your support, from everyone here at SA Police, we wish you all the best and hope you have a lovely Holiday Season.
Kind Regards, Senior Sergeant Kelly Pusey, South Australia Police’
In the achievement of these goals, we are committed to:
- providing a learning environment that is safe, secure and stimulating for all learners regardless of their culture, gender, age or ability and which encourages independent learners
- implementing a curriculum which emphasises the core skills of literacy, numeracy and communication
- establishing close working and learning partnerships between students, staff, parents and the local community in all aspects of the school program and organisation
- encouraging self-discipline and personal responsibility for one’s learning, the quality of one’s social interactions and the conservation of the natural environment.
Students at Seacliff will be:
- happy about coming to school each day
- positive about themselves
- encouraged and supported
- actively involved
- allowed to take risks in their learning
- encouraged to be responsible for their actions and behaviour
- able to talk, listen and be listened to
- able to develop a positive relationship with their teacher
- recognised for their individuality
- able to experience teaching which is relevant to their needs
- able to make decisions about their learning and evaluate what they have done
All staff members at Seacliff will:
- act as positive role models
- care for each child’s individual needs
- undertake to provide a well-balanced learning programme
- ensure the principles of social justice are in operation in their classrooms
- ensure “fair play” occurs within the school yard