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Mission and values

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Vision statement

At Coolum State High School we are dedicated to every student succeeding in a culture of unconditional care, respect and excellence.

Values

We are committed to:

Teaching and learning

  • An ongoing desire for knowledge, skills and learning
  • A curriculum that offers a challenging, rich and diverse range of learning experiences
  • A positive and constructive work ethic
  • Academic, vocational, cultural and sporting success 

Relationships and wellbeing

  • Care and respect for ourselves and each other
  • Building strong relationships within a Restorative Practices framework
  • Encouraging responsibility, tolerance and understanding
  • Developing integrity, trustworthiness and self discipline

Community

  • Continual development of a strong and supportive school community
  • Instilling the courage to act as moral and responsible members of society
  • Building and maintaining meaningful partnerships with the local and global community
  • Caring for our environment and contributing to a sustainable future
  • Developing learning partnerships between teachers, students, parents, experts, industry and community

Individual development and success

  • Fostering a desire for continual improvement, individual success and personal fulfilment
  • Supporting the development of a positive self image
  • Providing individualised pathways for future success
  • Promoting healthy and safe choices

Outcomes

  • Effective teaching and learning in a calm and ordered environment and in a culture of high expectations and high support
  • A culture of unconditional Care, Respect and Excellence
  • All students graduating with qualifications
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Last reviewed 30 October 2019
Last updated 30 October 2019