“The future is not someplace we are going to, but one we are creating. The paths to it are made, not found, and the making of them changes both the destination and the maker”
At Moorooduc Primary School our core purpose is to provide a comprehensive education for all students enabling them to reach their academic, social and physical potential in order to thrive and contribute to their future world.
To this end the school aims to build a culture based on our vision of ‘Today’s Children, Tomorrow’s Adults’ by maintaining a focus on developing supportive and caring relationships between all members of the community to promote integrity, self-responsibility, lifelong learning, global conscience and the attainment of excellence.
Moorooduc Primary School operates under the auspices of the following school norms and values:
- Self responsibility
- Physical, mental and spiritual health
- Ethical behaviour
- Responsible risk taking
- Problem solving
- Social responsibility
- Global citizenship
- People who take action
- Respect for our natural and physical environment
These values underpin our school mission which is to
“Create a caring,engaging and inspiring environment where all students learn and fulfil their potential socially, emotionally and physically, to become lifelong learners in a changing world”
These values provide a framework and whole school language for the development of all relationships within the school – students, teachers, parents and the community.
Peter Quigley – Principal