Don Bosco Catholic Primary School is a Catholic school community learning from and with each other.
They are on a continual journey to provide a high-quality Catholic education where young people come to know the loving God and their call to act in faith.
The school values of compassion, courage, inclusivity and safety set the foundations for their Whole School Approach to Positive behaviour.
Staff work with students to create whole school expectations and align these with the Catholic Social Teaching Principles. In doing so they make Religious Education relative to the students’ individual contexts and strive to be a community where their faith is actively lived and each persons’ story is valued.
The students feel safe, empowered and confident in their ability to learn as their staff work and learn together in a culture of high expectations.
This year they have begun to embed research-based approaches to the teaching of phonics and their teaching staff work closely with school leaders to use student learning data and plan specifically for their learning.
Don Bosco Catholic Primary School have enjoyed welcoming back external allied health support staff to work with both their students and to lead staff in professional development to cater for the needs of all students.
Don Bosco Catholic Primary School will continue to focus on strengthening relationships with their families and creating opportunities for parents to be active participants in their child’s learning journey; and having an opportunity to get to know each other.