Undercliffe Public School

Learning for Life

Telephone02 9558 3432


Student welfare


We recognise the importance of the following core values to our community. These values represent the aspirations and beliefs of the Australian community as a whole, including its concern for equity, excellence and the promotion of a caring, civil and just society. They are common to a range of secular and religious world views and are found in most cultures.

The core values are:

Honesty - being consistently honest and trustworthy.
Excellence - striving to achieve your personal best - our best endeavour.
Respect - having respect for yourself and others.
Responsibility - taking responsibility for your own actions.
Cooperation - working together to achieve common goals, support others and using peaceful conflict resolution.
Participation - participating fully in all school activities.
Caring - showing concern for the wellbeing of yourself and others.
Fairness - treating others fairly, honestly and without prejudice.
Tolerance - accepting and understanding our cultural diversity.



  1. School Attendance - Attend school every day, unless they are legally excused, and be in class on time and prepared to learn.
  2. School Uniform - Maintain a neat appearance, including wearing our school uniform.
  3. Behaviour - Behave safely, considerately and responsibly, including when travelling to and from school and sporting activities.
  4. Respect Cooperation Learning - Show respect at all time for teachers, other school staff and helpers, including following class rules, speaking courteously and cooperating with instructions and learning activities.
  5. Treatment of others - Treat one another with dignity and respect.
  6. Treatment of property - Care for property belonging to themselves, the school and others.



  • Our school policy addresses the following issues: 
  • School expectations;
  • Core Values
  • School rules;
  • Class Rules;
  • Strategies to promote good discipline and effective learning within the school;
  • Practices designed to recognise and reinforce student achievement; and
  • Strategies for dealing with unacceptable behaviour.


Concequences Chart (pdf 10 KB)