We recognise that the students who come to us – and their families and carers – have reached a crisis point. We understand that a PRU was never on their wish list, but we also know that, having reached this point, this is the right and the best place for them to begin to rebuild.
So, we are calm, pragmatic and focused on the future. We are confident of our ability to effect positive change and we are reassuring in the face of mixed emotions that may include loss, mistrust, fear, anger, resentment, anxiety and frustration.
To relevant agencies and referring authorities, we are professional, self-assured and confident. We take our responsibilities and duty of care very seriously.
We understand the way the young people who come to us are viewed by society, even though we do not share this view, and we are proud of the work we do and the impact it has on the lives of our students.
We are supportive and sympathetic to other people’s concerns, but not distracted by them. Instead we are relentlessly focused on achieving positive outcomes for our students. This is our purpose and everything we do or say is driven by it.
School at a Glance
We are inspirational
By approaching students as individuals and understanding their perspectives, we find new and exciting ways to reactivate their engagement with learning. There is no ‘one-size-fits-all’ solution here.