Together we Learn, Lead and Achieve
Montmorency South Primary School is an inclusive learning community where students are inspired to be respectful, creative, curious and independent learners.
We develop a culture of gratitude, empathy and an active care of others and the environment.
We aim to develop the essential skills of literacy and numeracy and promote mental health and wellbeing.
We strive to build teacher capacity and have knowledge of best practices and use data at the core of our practice.
We inspire students to become curious and engaged in authentic learning experiences and endeavour to ensure students have an active voice in their development.
Students will emerge resilient and self-motivated with an ability to articulate goals and growth.
Our objective is to provide a positive and varied academic program for the students which includes:
- Quality educational programs with a focus on achieving good Literacy and Numeracy results for ALL children.
- Promote and nurture a close relationship between home and school.
- Highly trained and motivated staff with a commitment to their own learning.
- Regular staff training and Professional Development to ensure teachers’ skills are updated
Inquiry units involving Language, Technology, Science, Health and Humanities, develop children’s thinking and inquiry skills and focus on real life and relevant experiences.
Group work and co-operative learning are a feature.
Environmental education is focussed on through our Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden program. Indigenous education is provided through our Indigenous Perspectives program and activities across the school curriculum.