Our school’s values drive our positive behaviour for learning programme. All expected behaviors are taught in class and the school environment is monitored daily. The data is then collected and any issues are attended to immediately. A number of staff are trained in restorative practices. We have senior pupils trained as peer mediators who assist duty teachers.
08.45 am Children in class to prepare for day 08.55 am Classes commence 10.50 am Supervised morning tea 11.00 am Release for interval 11.15 am Classes resume 12.30 pm Lunch break 1.15 pm Return to class 1.20 pm Classes resume 3.00 pm End of day
Board of Trustees
Board of Trustees: Chairperson: Nigel Ellis Deputy Chairperson: Lindsay Edwards Trustees Paula Carter Louise Cowlin Terry Sullivan Shane King Josh Chandular-MacKay Staff Trustee Hayley McKnight Principal Ann-Maree Manson-Petherick
Concerns and Complaints Policy
St Anne’s Catholic School Policy Where excellence is valued and the spirit of Jesus lives Concerns and Complaints Policy Rationale To meet the Board’s obligation to respond fairly to concerns and complaints with respect to all complainants and respondents. A concern is defined as an informal verbal complaint. A complaint is defined as a formal written complaint. …
It is important that you keep us advised of any change in your contact details, both home and work.
Curriculum, Moderation, Assessment, Achievement and Reporting Policy
Curriculum, Moderation, Assessment, Achievement and Reporting Policy Rationale To meet the Board’s obligation to ensure student progress and achievement by providing: Learning programmes which incorporate the New Zealand Curriculum and local curriculum aspirations, as set out in the school’s Charter Learning programmes that meet and exceed the achievement of any of the school’s strategic aims, as set out in the …
Emergencies, disasters and evacuations
Lockdown, fire and earthquake procedures are taught and evacuation drills are practiced regularly. In the event of an emergency children will be held at school until it is safe for parents to collect them.
Finance – Monetary Asset Management Policy
Finance – Monetary Asset Management Policy Rationale To meet the Board’s obligations with respect to the management, control and development of the school’s monetary assets. To avoid, manage and mitigate risks with monetary assets. Delegation The Board of Trustees shall form and operate a finance sub-committee. The Board requires the Principal (in conjunction with the finance sub-committee and/or delegated other) …
Finance – Property and Equipment Development and Management Policy
Finance – Property and Equipment Development and Management Policy Rationale To meet the Board’s obligations with respect to the management, control and development of the school’s material assets. To avoid, manage and mitigate risks with material assets. 2 Delegation The Board of Trustees shall form and operate a property,health and safety sub committee, as required. The Board requires the …
Friday wheels day
Each Friday children can use their scooters on the courts during breaks at school. The church carpark is used for drift trikes on wheels day.