Priorities are identified to support the Culture of Achievement at Seaton High School. Specific outcomes provide the focus for our work and are supported by staff Learning Streams: Literacy, Higher Order Informatiom Technology Skills, Higher Order Thinking Skills, and Classroom Management and Instructional Strategies.
Wellbeing and Relationships
Seaton identifies the important qualities that students need to develop as they graduate from the Middle School to the Senior School, and then as they graduate from the school into further study and employment. These are called our Graduate Qualities. Seaton values and develops the whole person, and recognises the link between academic achievement, and students' wellbeing and emotional and physical health.
Students exhibit behaviours and characteristics consistent with the Graduate Qualities.
Programs are in place to support students' mental health and well being.
Seaton will steadily develop and increase expectations that all students learn to think critically and creatively at high levels, and are willing and able to apply these capacities in all subjects.
Literacy and Numeracy outcomes are consistent with the school's Culture of Achievement
SACE outcomes are consistent with the school's Culture of Achievement.
All students access positive pathways when leaving the school.
Attendance rates support student achievement.
Seaton will continue to focus on ensuring that students graduate to worthwhile pathways and will continually review and develop the preparation that programs provide for work and future study.
Australian Curriculum is successfully implemented.
Teaching and Learning programs explicitly incorporate learning streams in their design and implementation.
Information and Communication Technologies
Seaton will continue to develop ICT programs, practices and resources to support all school priorities and therefore the Culture of Achievement.
All teachers incorporate 21st century learning strategies in their practice.
A Learner Management System (DayMap) is implemented to support student learning, communication and administrative processes.
All students have access to appropriate ICT resources to support their learning.