STUDENT LEARNING MINISTERIAL ORDER
Student learning at Linsford Park School is based upon the Student Learning Ministerial Order for Inclusive Education (Ministerial Order #001/2013).
The goal of which is to enable all students to achieve the following outcomes:
1. Be engaged thinkers and ethical citizens with an entrepreneurial spirit;
2. Strive for engagement and personal excellence in their learning journey;
3. Employ literacy and numeracy to construct and communicate meaning; and
4. Discover, develop and apply competencies across subject and discipline areas for learning, work and life to enable students to;
a. know how to learn: to gain knowledge, understanding or skills through experience, study and interaction with others,
b. think critically: conceptualize, apply, analyze, synthesize, and evaluate to construct knowledge;
c. Identify and solve complex problems;
d. Manage information: access, interpret, evaluate and use information effectively, efficiently and ethically;
e. Innovate: create, generate and apply new ideas or concepts;
f. Create opportunities through play, imagination, reflection, negotiation, and competition, with an entrepreneurial spirit;
g. apply multiple literacies: reading, writing, mathematics, technology, languages, media and personal finance;
h. demonstrate good communication skills and the ability to work cooperatively with others;
i. demonstrate global and cultural understanding, considering the economy and sustainable development; and
j. identify and apply career and life skills through personal growth and well-being.
Linsford Park is a dual track school which offers both regular and non-denominational programming. The two programs are strongly united with our school vision:
• Developing strong moral character while focussing Academic Achievement.
• Building healthy lifestyles.
• Increasing digital competence of students.
Parent Council is an active and important part of our community. Counselling and medical guidance are readily available through Capital Health.
• Pre-kindergarten, kindergarten and grade one to six
• Individualized programming for literacy and numeracy development
• Chapel and devotional time for students in the Christian program