School Vision and Mission Statement
Our School Vision
With Faith we Succeed.
With Knowledge we Grow.
With Wisdom we Flourish.
In the spirit of St Ita, we walk in the footsteps of Christ and model the Gospel Values in both our words and actions.
We provide rich learning experiences based on individual needs; essential for the holistic growth of all students entrusted to us.
We promote the partnership of learning which is built on mutual respect, inclusiveness and trust.
The Minimum Standards for registration of schools require that the programs and teaching at St Ita’s Catholic Primary School must support and promote the principles and practice of Australian democracy.
These include a commitment to:
- elected government;
- the rule of law;
- equal rights for all before the law;
- freedom of religion;
- freedom of speech and association; and
- the values of openness and tolerance.
As stated in the Standards, the requirements of the commitment above are not intended to affect the rights accorded to, or the compliance with any obligation imposed on, the School under a law of the State or of the Commonwealth.
Statement of Democratic Principles
St Ita’s Catholic Primary School is committed to the principles of a liberal democracy.
- We believe in an accountable, democratically elected government
- We respect and observe the rule of law, and believe that no person is above the law
- We believe in equal rights for all before the law, regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, sexuality, gender or other attributes
- We believe not only in the freedom of religion, but also the need to practice tolerance and understanding others’ beliefs
- We believe in the value of freedom of speech and freedom of association, but also acknowledge that we have the responsibility not to abuse this freedom
- We believe in the values of openness and tolerance, and value and respect all members of the school community regardless of background.
This Statement of Democratic Principles is communicated to staff, students, parents and guardians and the school community.
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