Children develop character and citizenship values primarily from parents and family, but schools play a supportive role. Our school helps students develop civic responsibility, healthy attitudes and a commitment to lifelong learning.
In particular, Character Education helps promote:
- A climate of respect for self and others
- Positive school culture
- Higher academic achievement
- Attributes of active citizenship
- Greater self-discipline
- Fewer behavioural problems
Note: This program is offered as an alternative to the Religious Instruction Program.