TEACHERS CATER FOR INDIVIDUAL ACADEMIC ABILITY
At Manjimup Primary School we believe the climate and school culture directly affect how successful your students will be. As a result, it is crucial for the school and the classroom culture to reflect, acknowledge, and celebrate diversity.
Teachers at Manjimup Primary School also need to engage in an interesting balancing act. They need to recognize how unique each student is. At the same time, they will treat students equally and giving them equal chances for success and equal access to the curriculum, teachers and administrators recognize the uniqueness and individuality of their students.
Teachers have a particular responsibility to recognize and structure their lessons to reflect student differences. This encourages students to recognize themselves and others as individuals.
The four key elements that are important at Manjimup Primary School are:
- Physical Safety. The physical environment must be safe, and welcoming, and must support learning.
- Social Relationships. The school must encourage positive communication and interaction among students, teachers, and the wider community.
- Emotional Environment. Students must feel emotionally supported to encourage high self-esteem and a sense of belonging.
- Academic Support. The academic environment must be conducive to learning and achievement for all students.