ARKA School aims to develop in each of our students a desire for lifelong learning so that they become valuable members of society. The school places a high emphasis on teaching the students how to live with others and we encourage creativity and endorse the philosophy of “considering the feelings of others at all times.”
The school is committed to providing the highest quality education for all in an environment that cares for our students, staff and parents.
This commitment is demonstrated by encouraging students to:
These values are used to support our students, teachers and parents in becoming positive citizens within their community. Inclusion: To include others and to not leave anyone out. To understand, respect, welcome, celebrate and honour the diversity of children, families and staff. Diversity comes in many different forms, for example culture, language, religion, lifestyle, family arrangements and circumstances, abilities and disabilities. Respecting diversity is important in creating a sense of belonging. The different backgrounds of the children, families and staff enrich a schools character and identity. Schools that are responsive to individual differences and respect diversity benefit everyone and help to build an inclusive environment. Respect: To treat others with consideration and regard, to respect another person’s point of view and to treat others how you would like to be treated. A feeling of admiration or deference towards a person, child, non-human animal, group, ideal, or indeed almost any entity or concept, as well as specific actions and conduct representative of that esteem. Honesty: To tell the truth and own up to things in a mature manner. Being honest means you display positive attributes such as integrity, truthfulness, straightforwardness, including straightforwardness of conduct, along with the absence of lying, cheating, theft, etc. Furthermore, honesty means being trustworthy, loyal, fair, and sincere.