Aboriginal education plays an integral role in a life-giving and loving environment which encourages all members of the school community to realise their true potential. Aboriginal education provides a window of opportunity in the reconciliation process between Aborigines and other Australians.
Acceptable Use of ICT
This policy applies to the use of all school related ICTs for educational purposes, whether provided by the school or the student. Both students and parents/guardians must read and sign the Student Letter of Agreement and return to your learning studio teacher.
The community of Mother Teresa Primary School does not tolerate bullying in any form. This document outlines our procedures for dealing with bullying.
Racism is inconsistent with the ethos of Mother Teresa Primary. In the school situation, respect, tolerance and acceptance are essential qualities that are fostered in our students.
Complaints will be addressed professionally, competently and in a timely manner applying principles of natural justice and confidentiality.
Fruit Break is a set break for students to eat fruit or salad or vegetables and drink water in the learning studio. Mother Teresa Primary School has introduced a Fruit Break to support students to establish healthy eating habits whilst at school.
Learning At Home Policy
Learning @ Home provides students with opportunities to consolidate their learning studio work and involve family members in that learning.
For the administration of all medication at school
This policy is designed to facilitate high standards of behaviour so that the learning and teaching in our school can be effective and students can participate positively within our school community.
Proactive Learner Policy Beliefs
A visual guide to help explain our beliefs on Proactive Learning.