Student Leadership

We believe in the potential of all students to be young leaders.

In Primary schooling, students are encouraged to model and develop growing leadership skills. The staff, through modelling the College values and ethos, work with students in developing an understanding that leadership is everyone’s responsibility to help create an environment that is supportive and safe. An understanding that leadership comes in many different forms, assists students in developing skills that will support them through their learning and personal development.

Our Year 6 students are provided with a range of opportunities to develop their maturing leadership skills. Both individually and as a group, they are encouraged to lead through example, look for ways in which to provide service leadership to assist and support others both within the school environment and wider community.  The special Student Leadership Induction Service held at the beginning of the year awards the students with a Year 6 Leadership Badge to identify them as our Primary School Leaders.  Throughout the year, the students take responsibility for a range of activities such as leading Chapel, peer buddies, fund raising, organising games for the younger students, assisting in the library or tuckshop and sporting carnivals.  These events provide authentic learning opportunities to develop their leadership skills.


Teaching and Learning

Understanding by Design®, forms the basis of the pedagogical framework at TSAC.

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Student Wellbeing

We place great importance on wellbeing and the nurturing of the whole child.

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Primary Schooling

Students are supported in their growth of academic, social and emotional development.

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Extra-Curricular

At the College we focus on the development of all aspects of your child’s growth.

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Outdoor Education

Outdoor Education is a fundamental aspect of the holistic nature of education.

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Chaplaincy

The Springfield Anglican College is a Christian School within the Anglican Tradition.

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