The Springfield Anglican College (TSAC) is a vibrant community in which students from Kindergarten to Year 12 are afforded a wonderful array of learning opportunities, as well as receiving all the support and encouragement needed to assist them to achieve their ambitions.
Teaching and learning
Our teaching and learning philosophy places significant emphasis on students developing critical skills which will enable them to be successful in the community and the workforce. Supported by the use of technology, our staff assist students to become creative, communicative, collaborative, self-directed, reflective and critical thinkers. Our curriculum offers opportunities for those pursuing academic learning, as well as those wishing to enter vocational study, balancing traditional subjects with the development of key employability skills.
Student care is at the heart of everything we do at the college. We understand that the emotional wellbeing of students is fundamental to their academic success, so we offer a holistic approach that develops students’ understanding of wellbeing through explicit teaching of strategies to develop growth mindsets, grit and wellbeing.
We believe that the important learning experiences that a school provides happen in and outside of the classroom, and our vibrant and varied student activities and co-curricular programs are vital in allowing us to achieve our goals of educating the mind, body and spirit of our students
Grounded in Christian values, the Anglican nature of our college encourages us to embrace diversity, accept and honour all people and strive for excellence in moral, intellectual, physical, social and cultural areas of life. Our college chaplain plays a vital role in supporting the social, emotional and spiritual wellbeing of the college community and enhancing the efforts of other care professionals.
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