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At Rozelle we believe in building a safe, inclusive, secure learning community in which children can develop a sense of belonging and well being. Our Restorative Practice approach provides a language and a framework for building respectful relationships, effective communication, personal and social responsibility and a sense of belonging.

Our professional and collegial teachers, supported by a wonderful administrative staff, are committed to continually improving their teaching practice and using their expertise to create balanced and challenging learning programs tailored to the needs of each student. A wide variety of in-school and extra curricula programs enhance student learning.

Students, staff, parents and community members are encouraged to participate in all aspects of school life and in the decisions of the school. Parents are valued as true partners in the education of their children, contributing their initiative, energy, time and expertise to the school.

Our school year is full of major highlights, special events which we value and celebrate together as a school community. But along with these I hope that, as a school, we provide our students with small highlights every day they come to school - something they feel they have done well, a new thing they have learned, something they feel they have improved at -and that these highlights are celebrated with their classmates, their teacher and their families.

I welcome the opportunity to provide more information about our school.  Come along on one of our school tours, conducted for small groups of parents between April and November, or ring the school office to make an appointment to meet with me.

Kind regards,

Stephanie Searle

Principal


To submit a suggestion to the P&C please click here .  To have your submission reviewed please ensure it is submitted 7 days before the P&C meeting.

At Rozelle we acknowledge the Gadigal people who are the traditional custodians of this land.

We also pay respect to the elders both past and present of the Eora Nation and extend that respect to other Aboriginals present.