When parents, carers and school staff work together as one team, our students do better.
Everyone at Virtual School Victoria, particularly staff and parents/carers, play a role in making school a better place for learning and work.
Respect is a key value at VSV. It is also critical to building healthy relationships between staff and parents or carers. When relationships are built on respect and trust, students learn better and feel like they belong in the school.
The Department of Education and Training has released the Respectful Behaviours within the School Community Policy. This document describes the positive behaviour expected from parents, carers, and other adults in Victorian school communities. The policy sets clear standards of behaviour to create safe, respectful, and inclusive learning environments for students, staff and adults.
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Message from Principal Fiona Webster – guess who’s turning 115?
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VSV students shine in Top Class Drama and Top Class Theatre Studies VCE Season of Excellence Selections
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