Responsible behaviour plan
At Labrador State School, our aim is to create an environment for the learner that promotes self-management and responsible behaviour. Due to the fact that we are catering for individual differences, we understand that students will achieve our goals at different paces.
We believe that in order to realise our vision we need to create an environment that is safe, supportive and disciplined and that acknowledges:
The rights of all students to learn
The rights of teachers to teach
The rights of all to be safe
The rights of all to be treated with respect and dignity
Our school’s responsible behaviour plan clearly shows how we provide a safe environment that encourages learning.
Labrador State School is a uniform school. We have the support of our Parents and Citizens’ Association to promote 100% adherence to the uniform. The adoption of a Student Dress Code and Uniform Policy is established under Part 10 of the Education (General Provisions) Act 2006. Our student dress code consists of an agreed standard and items of clothing, which includes a school uniform that Labrador State School students wear when:
- attending or representing their school;
- travelling to and from school; and
- engaging in school activities out of school hours.
All parents are encouraged to become familiar with the parent handbook. This details much of the day to day operations of the school and what your children may be involved in while at Labrador State School.
The school has a cash window – with operating hours of 8:15 am – 9:30 am Wednesday and Thursday mornings.
Education Queensland and Labrador State School would like to encourage all parents to start paying for all school related expenses using internet banking. Internet banking enables payment at your own convenience, no queuing at the cash window and quicker processing by school administration staff.
Please contact our friendly office staff if you require the details to bank online in order to pay for school excursions and or costs.