The staff believe that every student is a worthwhile human being, with unique attributes.  We also believe that the education of the child is a responsibility shared by the home, school, and the community. Our philosophy recognizes three aspects or domains of education (the cognitive, the affective, and the psychomotor) and that each of these plays an essential role in the child’s learning.  The cognitive domain deals with knowledge, the affective with attitudes, and the psychomotor with motor skills.

A commitment to excellence, relevance, equity and partnership is central to our philosophy and our responsibility to provide an effective educational programme for all the students in our care.