We have a wonderful, friendly, supportive school community. Our students and their families are key to shaping our school into the vibrant place it is.
Leadership is a key component of Springbank’s learning framework. From an early age, students are required to work in teams, developing their interpersonal skills in a variety of social environments (e.g. sports, class projects, community work), and they are regularly exposed to leadership opportunities.
We believe that leadership starts with self-responsibility. Each student is encouraged to practice making the right choice and be responsible for the path they ultimately choose to take throughout life.
Formal leadership recognition at Springbank starts in Junior School and develops through Middle School. Our Senior Leadership Programme is comprehensive, with prefects selected following a formal application process. Students also have responsibility as House Leaders and form tutors of younger classes.
Our seniors encourage, challenge, and support one another to inspire success. Prefects and Senior Leaders regularly represent the school at formal community events (e.g. Anzac Day), act as ambassadors for school visitors, run lunchtime sport and clubs, speak at school assemblies, and plan various school events (e.g. school ball, talent show, drama productions). Seniors also recognise their responsibility to act as role models and mentors for our younger students (e.g. coaching younger sports teams)
At Springbank School our students are encouraged to develop life-long personal values which equip them with the confidence to build and maintain good relationships. A Springbank Student has:
Read about some of our students and their experiences at Springbank School below.
Our families at Springbank School are positive, supportive, collaborative and family oriented. They value education highly and are actively involved with shaping our environment.
Read about some of our families and their experiences at Springbank School below.