​LEARNING

The Key to Learning is RESPONSIBILITY

 

Liberty believes that mutual responsibility for the education of students rests with all members of the school community. The fulfilment of these responsibilities by all parties will allow for the proper Christ-centred development of our students.

 

Staff and students are given the opportunity to develop respect for one another, encouraging each to love and do good works. Relationships are based on humility, communication and trust, and at all times relying on sensitivity to the leading of the Holy Spirit.

 

Students, parents and teachers have a responsibility to maintain the caring and nurturing nature of the school, always aiming for excellence. Responsibility brings with it a commitment to action and responsibility is ultimately achieved when the right actions are taken. We encourage the making of correct godly choices.​

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“And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds.”

Hebrews 10:24

“I love how the students treat each other with biblical standards. For the very short time that we have been there, Liberty is already 100% up from the last school."

Good Discipline and Learning

 

Good discipline and effective learning are intrinsically linked. At Liberty College the following practices are used to promote good discipline and effective learning.

 

  • The provision of appropriate curriculum to meet the needs of each student

  • Supporting students in achieving success in learning

  • The consistent use of good behaviour management techniques

  • Staff training and development

  • Staff modelling of consistent, caring and controlled behaviour

  • Discussion with parents and caregivers of their roles and responsibilities in accordance with Biblical discipline

  • The provision of programs that develop self-discipline, selfreview, communication and responsible decision making

  • Encouragement of respect for teachers as professional educators

  • Clear communication of the school discipline code

  • Knowledge and understanding of the particular needs of the local community

  • Liaison with supportive community agencies to build teams of support people

  • The provision of appropriate support programs, such as counselling and remediation