Wellbeing & Engagement

SWPB

School Values and School Wide Positive Behaviour

At Willmott Park Primary we work to develop positive school/community relationships with students and their families to support learning, engagement and wellbeing. The Willmott Park Statement of Values and School Philosophy is integral to the work that we do and is the foundation of our school community. We do this through agreed school values of; Respect, Responsibility and Achievement.

We also value a high quality curriculum catering for all learners to enhance themselves as individuals for the 21st Century to be active and happy citizens. Our school’s Statement of Values are incorporated into our curriculum and promoted to students, staff and parents so that they are shared and celebrated as the foundation of our school community. Students, staff and members of our school community are encouraged to live and demonstrate our core values at every opportunity.

School Wide Positive Behaviour Matrices for Students, Staff and Parents & Visitors

These matrices are aligned with our school values which have been agreed upon as high and consistent expectations. These matrices have been developed for students, teachers and parents to identify and demonstrate appropriate behaviours at Willmott Park that align with the school values of Respect, Responsibility and Achievement. 

Staff Matrix

Student Matrix

Parent Matrix

Child safe

Willmott Park Primary School is committed to Child Safety and the well-being of all children and young people. All members of our school community understand their role and responsibility as individuals and as a collective, to ensure that the wellbeing and safety of all children is at the forefront of all they do and every decision they make.

 

Key responsibilities of the Child Safe Leaders include:

 

  • Acting as a source of support, advice and expertise to School Council, staff, students and parents
  • Liaising with the principal and other school leaders to ensure a collaborative, transparent and unified approach to child safety
  • Leading the development of the school’s child safe culture including being a child safe champion and providing coordination in communicating, implementing, monitoring, enhancing and reporting on strategies to embed a culture of child safety.

Therapy Dog

Coming soon