Mission & Motto

OUR MISSION

Halls Head College nurtures lifelong learners who contribute positively to the community

We will do this by privileging:

Literacy, Numeracy, Intercultural Understanding, Critical and Creative Thinking, Personal and Social Capability, ICT Capability and Ethical Understanding.

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OUR MOTTO

Through our motto of Learning for Life we aim to provide an environment that values cultural differences, promotes a love of learning and empowers students to make a positive contribution to our world.

OUR VALUES

All members of our college community are asked to share, model and promote our values of:

  • Care
  • Courage
  • Commitment
OUR FOCUS AREAS

 Our Strategic Priorities for 2019-2021 underpin each focus area in keeping with the Director General’s Classroom First strategy. Our focus areas are:

  • Teaching and Learning
  • Learning Environment
  • Leadership
  • Relationships
  • Resources

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OUR TARGETS
Teaching and Learning

By the end of 2021

  • Increase and maintain ATAR median to 70 or higher.
  • Increase WACE Attainment rate to at or above like schools.
  • 80% of year 9 students show satisfactory, high or very high progress in all test areas of NAPLAN.
  • Movement along the AITSL standards continuum shows growth towards Highly Accomplished.
Leadership

By the end of 2021

  • Leadership development strategy to be created and implemented.
  • Improve average of staff responses to DOE Staff satisfaction survey and College Culture survey
Relationships

By the end of 2021

  • ll college satisfaction survey scores will increase by 10%.
  • An increase in the number of Band 6 and above Year 6 students that Halls Head College attracts from feeder primary schools by 20% to 30% by 2021.
  • The number of sustainable external stakeholders shows growth
Learning Environment

By the end of 2021

  • College attendance rate is above Department of Education W.A. schools.
  • 80% of students are demonstrating Consistently or Often in Attitude, Behaviour and Effort data.
  • Student wellbeing, as measured by The Resilience Project Survey shows growth.
Resources

By the end of 2021

  • Workforce Management planning and Budget provision is evident in all Operational Planning.
  • Increased engagement of staff utilising Digital Literacy evident is ICT audit results.