East Adelaide School – Learning for Life

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Learning for Life
East Adelaide School inspires a dynamic community that is caring, curious and courageous.

Learning

Learning

We design learning to meet individual needs, using high impact strategies and exploring world
class pedagogical practices.

Curiosity

Curiosity

We nurture curious minds by inviting students to explore, question and wonder as they learn.

Courage

Courage

We create powerful learning opportunities by encouraging students to step outside their comfort
zones.

Creativity

Creativity

We foster creativity which helps students build resilience, communicate confidently and develop
crucial critical thinking skills.

Collaborating

Collaborating

We achieve more as a team and work together to learn and grow.

Leading

Leading

We practice and develop leadership skills to enable future opportunities.

Community

Community

We work with parents and the wider community to foster a shared sense of belonging, pride and passion for learning.

Fun

Fun

We make learning fun so that students are more likely to engage, take risks and retain
information.
Resilience
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Our Values

Resilience

Bouncing back after challenges, giving things a go, being positive and trying your best.

Respect
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Our Values

Respect

Showing care and concern for self, other people, property and our environment.

Relationships
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Our Values

Relationships

Demonstrating integrity and mutual respect. Building community connectedness.

Responsibility
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Our Values

Responsibility

Developing a sense of pride, being in charge of yourself and being thoughtful and trustworthy.

East Adelaide School has a proud history of providing excellence and continues to maintain outstanding academic results. The school proudly provides a contemporary education for students Foundation to Year 6.

Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge the traditional owners throughout South Australia and we pay respect to the custodians of the land on which we live and learn.

We respect their spiritual relationship with Country and acknowledge that their cultural and heritage beliefs are still as important to those living today.

We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging and we acknowledge the cultural authority of Aboriginal people visiting from other areas of South Australia and Australia.