Bull Creek Primary School became an Independent Public School in 2014. The school provides high quality teaching and learning via delivery of evidence-based programs. Staff have high expectations and embrace strong pastoral care upholding the school's values and vision. Our school vision is to inspire and create an inclusive and nurturing environment which promotes academic and social development of the whole child in partnership with parents and community. The school's five values are Respect, Inclusivity, Responsibility, Excellence & Resilience.
Our school is recognised for developing and building strong relationships and community engagement. The School Board and Parent & Citizens are paramount in connecting the school, home and community.
Bull Creek Primary School students are from diverse ethnic backgrounds and they interact harmoniously in an environment that encourages academic achievement, social and emotional wellbeing and resilience.
The professional ethos and collaborative practices in the school ensures teacher accountability for student development, classroom initiatives and curriculum implementation. Our staff are experienced, professional and implement effective use of ICT to support and enhance learning.
The Bull Creek Way document was produced in consultation with the School Board, the staff and students and describes our expectations for all to follow whilst at Bull Creek Primary School.
It defines the responsibilities that all members of the school community are expected to uphold and recognises the significance of appropriate and meaningful relationships.
The Bull Creek Way is underpinned by the following principles:
* Bull Creek Primary school is committed to providing all students a safe, supportive and disciplined learning environment.
* Bull Creek Primary School expects high standards of personal achievement and behaviour.
* Partnerships with parents, the wider community and other support agencies contribute to positive outcomes in our school.
* Staff expertise is valued and developed.
* Responses to inappropriate student behaviour must consider both the individual circumstances and actions of the student and the needs and rights of the school community.