Behaviour Management & Student Support Plan

​At Mary Immaculate School, Pastoral Care is our commitment as a school community, to action that is based on Gospel values and which fosters a sense of:

  • security
  • identity or  self-concept
  • belonging
  • purpose
  • personal competency
  • responsibility
  • acceptance
  • inclusion

Our aim is to develop each individual to his/her full potential spiritually, intellectually, physically, morally, socially and emotionally, so that children may contribute responsibly to the community both for their own benefit and for the community’s benefit. Each child is unique, with certain abilities and potential for   growth. To achieve the ultimate goal, it is necessary for each child to realise his/her own worth and thus acquire self-esteem which leads to self-discipline. In general, the aim is to foster self-discipline through positive role modelling and a proactive teaching and learning program.

To read more about the Behaviour Management & Student Support Plan at Mary Immaculate, please click on the link below.


Behaviour Management and Student Support Plan