How we Flourish
Like those who in 1850 first established a Church of England school in Newington, we continue to look for the flourishing of children, adults and our community.
Flourishing has been described as not an individual pursuit but a collective endeavour.
CHILDREN AND ADULTS FLOURISH:
- Through the creation of stable social relationships.
Where everyone looks to support and encourage each other with kindness, knowing we are all on a learning journey with our own strengths, gifts and weaknesses.
- Through a focus on Wellbeing – physical and mental.
Where good health, both physical and mental, is valued so that everyone will be equipped to embrace life in all its fullness.
- Through a curriculum that has meaning and purpose.
Where experiential and creative learning opportunities help everyone realise God-given gifts.
- Through living our values
Where everyone is made to feel welcome.
Forgiveness is encouraged.
Opportunities are offered for courageous advocacy and the development of a generous heart.
All are empowered to step through doors to flourish in life.
- Through happiness and life satisfaction.
Where self-worth is instilled in all opportunities and time for reflection encouraged.