We have a very clear, shared vision in which all students and staff exhibit, and are committed to, our four “LEAF” principles of:
Our vision is reflected every day in the way staff and students interact with each other, challenge themselves to achieve continuous improvement and work in a positive environment of fun and play.
Aubin Grove staff and students set high standards for themselves and adopt a growth mindset to teaching and learning, focussing on our Aubin Grove Learner Qualities. This includes an emphasis on inquiry, reflecting on progress, students explicitly knowing what they are learning and what success looks like. They set challenging yet achievable learning goals, work collaboratively and seek and act upon feedback.
Our approach to teaching and learning is exemplified in our Aubin Grove Learner Qualities based upon our commitment to Visible Learning principles and practices.
At Aubin Grove, we place a very high premium on building and nurturing positive relationships and establishing positive behaviours. Our approach to how we act toward one another and to all who visit our school is based on the Fish Philosophy and its four key principles of:
- Be there
- Make their day
- Choose their attitude
All staff and students at Aubin Grove understand and are committed to adopting the Fish Philosophy as the basis for the way we agree to behave and act in our school. We strive to embody the four Fish Philosophy principles in all our interactions. Living the Fish Philosophy ensures that our school is a fun, caring and positive environment conducive to learning.