Educational Philosophy

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St Kilda Primary School is committed to providing a safe, supportive and inclusive environment for all students, staff and members of our community. We recognise the importance of the partnership between our school and parents and carers to support student learning, engagement and wellbeing. We share a commitment to, and a responsibility for, creating an inclusive and safe school environment for our students.

To read our Statement of Values and School Philosophy please view our Policies page by clicking here.

At St Kilda Primary School we believe in putting the students at the centre of all our work. Our staff endeavour to ensure that each child receives the educational experience that will allow them to flourish according to their own strengths and interests.

We are committed to providing our students with the skills and resilience that they will need in the future. We have a strong focus on developing their literacy and numeracy skills as well as deepening their knowledge and understanding of the world around them.

How do we work to achieve this?

We believe that working as a team is the best way to achieve our school goals and ideals. There are many different teams who work together across our school to support our students and their families.

Every four years we review our work and our success and create a School Strategic Plan which guides our work for the next four years. See our current School Strategic Plan for 2020-2023 here.

Each year we review our progress and create an Annual Implementation Plan which focuses our work on key areas at school and sets goals and targets in regards to student learning and wellbeing. See our current Annual Implementation Plan here.

Our Annual Report reflects our previous year’s achievements and progress based our school’s overall performance and provides an explanation of the impact of school improvement efforts on student outcomes. See our Annual Report here.

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