Vision and Mission

Our Why

 

To be a leading independent school of innovative teaching and learning where students feel safe, included, supported and extended.

Vision

To provide opportunities for individuals to become engaged, to find their purpose and passion, think of others, and live the change they want to see.

Mission

Values

Respect; Integrity; Collaboration; Creativity; and Health & Well-being.

Goals

  1. To establish and maintain a not-for-profit, non-graded, multi-age educational facility;

  2. To implement a curriculum that incorporates individualisation and the teaching of future studies and thinking skills;

  3. To provide an inspiring educational atmosphere which establishes an interactive and lateral approach to learning for children from Preparatory to Year 12 inclusive;

  4. To create a school environment which nurtures intellectual and moral autonomy in students;

  5. To provide a low fee, community-based educational choice for parents;

  6. To nurture positive social and interpersonal skills including tolerance, respect, understanding, consideration, and cooperation;

  7. To provide a positive environment of encouragement where students’ self-respect and self-confidence are nurtured and reinforced.

Motto

With Courage and Compassion

Philosophy

Kimberley College is an independent, co-educational and non-denominational, Prep to Year 12 school. Our commitment to teaching and learning lies at the heart of everything we do at Kimberley College. We are committed to seeing all students engaged and learning successfully. We identify the important relationship between state of mind, wellbeing and learning and are committed to creating a safe, supportive and inclusive environment. Our ambition is to nurture and encourage every student's individual talents and provide all students with the knowledge, critical and creative thinking skills, attributes and values they will require to be successful lifelong learners. We think that learning should be inspirational, challenging and fun. Therefore, our focus is on how to learn as well as what to learn. In addition, we have a strong belief in the need to develop young leaders with moral and social intelligence in an environment that respects all religious and secular beliefs.

“I am the master of my fate:
I am the captain of my soul.”

W.E. Henley