Expectations

We expect our children to learn self-discipline and to use time efficiently.

We expect our children to feel pride in their own achievement and to acknowledge the achievement of others.

We expect our children to be polite and well mannered.

We expect our children to appreciate the role of authority in society, and to respect it in the home, at school and in the wider community.

We expect our children to be tolerant of others in the classroom, in the playground and on the sports field.

We expect our children to accept the differences in appearance, ideas and beliefs of others.

We expect our children to be culturally sensitive.

We expect our children to recognise that te reo Maori and nga tikanga Maori are important in our community.

We expect our children to try their best and aim to achieve to the best of their ability.

We expect our children to develop initiative and self-reliance.

We expect our children to be as healthy and active as their potential allows, and to participate in and enjoy physical acitivity in games and sports.

We expect our children to learn to take responsibility and to be accountable for their actions.