Oxley College aims to provide care for the whole child. This includes the social, emotional, cognitive, physical and spiritual wellbeing of each individual.
Wellbeing is the foundation of quality of life and human flourishing. Personal achievement, emotional resilience and social competence are predicated on children feeling safe, challenged, supported and connected to others.
At Oxley, all teachers are teachers of wellbeing.
All students and staff at Oxley College have the right to be treated fairly and with dignity in an environment free from physical and verbal disruption, intimidation, harassment, and discrimination.
To achieve this, Oxley College will maintain high standards of student behaviour at all times. Respect for Self, Respect for Others and Respect for Oxley College replaces individual rules and acts as our guide to supporting students under our care.
We understand that from time to time students will make mistakes. Through our application of Restorative Justice, we aim to assist students in learning from their mistakes, reflecting on the consequences of their actions, developing empathy and modifying their attitudes and behaviour. We want our students to be kind, to show courage, and to seek wisdom.
Respect for Self, Respect for Others and Respect for Oxley College is also a partnership with parents working together to enable all students to flourish.