At St Thomas More's our mission is to provide a quality education in a Christ centred community, promote a love of learning and nurture the potential of all.
The St Thomas More’s school community strives to nurture the growth of all individuals through a supportive, inclusive and Christian atmosphere. St Thomas More’s Primary School bases its decisions and actions on its belief that the school is a faith community promoting the values and teaching of Jesus and the Catholic Church.
Our Pastoral Care and Student Management policy seeks to reinforce and extend Christian teachings within the school environment. This is achieved by all members – teachers, children, parents and members of the community - leading and caring for each other in a way that expresses the teachings of Christ in our daily lives. We believe that all members of the community should be treated with dignity and respect. They should feel that they are a valued member of the school community. This affects what we teach and how we teach.
The community of St Thomas More’s believes that:
Every student at St Thomas More’s has the right to:
Every student at St Thomas More’s has the responsibility to:
St Thomas More's has an inclusive approach to education. The policy of inclusion in the school means that children who come to the school with disabilities are able to take part in the full school program.
Early intervention is provided for children throughout the school who have difficulty in acquiring the skills of literacy and numeracy.
We aim to meet the needs of children who demonstrate highly academic abilities. We provide Enrichment Classes for students operating well above their year level.