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Welcome to the Cecil Andrews Senior High School website. I hope that you enjoy the virtual tour of our School and that afterwards you will contact us for further information.

Our vision for students is for them to:
• Aspire to reach their potential
• Demonstrate respect for self, others and the environment
• Have compassion for others and work co-operatively with members of the school community
• Be proud of their school

Our vision for staff is for them to:

• Model respect, pride and compassion
• Believe they can make a difference for students by caring for them and their right to the best possible education
• Understand their role in establishing a positive working environment School-Wide

Behavioural Expectations
We have developed four key expectations which we encourage and expect our students to adhere to and demonstrate at all times:

• Be My Best
• Treat Everyone Decently
• Choose Respect
• Take Pride

In 2014 our school priorities are:
1. Literacy
2. Student Engagement and Participation


We strive to ensure that all students in our care are provided with a safe and supportive environment in which to learn and grow. The values embedded in the Department of Education and Training Curriculum Framework are of fundamental importance in fostering a sense of community at our school, and we are proactive in empowering our students to embody these values.

1. A pursuit of knowledge and commitment to achievement of potential
Each person is encouraged to achieve his or her potential in all respects and, through critical and creative thinking, to develop a broad understanding of his or her own values and world views.
2. Self acceptance and respect of self
The acceptance and respect of self, resulting in attitudes and actions that develop each person’s unique potential.
3. Respect and concern for others and their rights. Sensitivity to and concern for the well-being of other people; and respect for life and property.
4. Social and civic responsibility
5. This includes the encouragement of each person to participate in democratic process, to value diversity of cultural expression, to respect legitimate authority, to promote social justice and to support the use of research for the improvement of the quality of life.
6. Environmental responsibility
The commitment to developing an appreciative awareness of the interdependence of all elements of the environment.