Our vision for reconciliation is to build and strengthen meaningful relationships between our school, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
We particularly seek to further our relationship with the Kulin Nation, the traditional owners of the land on which our school resides. Students will be encouraged to learn and further their understanding about our shared history and the rich traditions of Country and its people. Only when we are knowledgeable about these cultures can we truly value and honour them. Therefore, we commit to walking and learning together for reconciliation with the original inhabitants of our nation, to raise awareness, equity and respect for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. In striving for reconciliation, we are guided by our school values: We inspire a sense of curiosity to deepen our cultural understandings, We exercise courage to bring our actions to life, We display character by behaving in a culturally responsible manner, We show respect by living wisely and compassionately with all people.