Feb 19
Student Purpose Statement

We have had another exciting start as we welcomed our students, parents and staff back to our Taradale Schoolhouse and to the beginning of our 2019 school term. It is always a pleasure to greet everyone after a break and to listen to the rhythm of our schoolhouse fall into place. The students said hello to their friends and then focused on their learning, remembering the first line of our Student Purpose Statement:

I come to Taradale School to learn.
It is my responsibility to learn.
I do not have the right to interrupt my own learning or the learning of others:

  • In the classroom,
  • On the playground,
  • In the lunchroom,
  • On the bus.

This is my purpose.

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