Educating young women to learn, live and lead.
- All members of the SMC community locally and globally are valued and feel a real connection to the past, present and future of the College.
- Relationships are created and nurtured.
- Philanthropy and a desire to contribute to the sustainability of the College is embedded as a norm in our culture.
- Focus on attraction and recruitment through events, marketing and increased brand awareness.
Wellbeing (Hauora) of Students and Staff
- SMC has evidence of a planned, deliberate and tiered approach to student wellbeing programmes from Years 1-13.
- SMC has evidence of a planned deliberate approach to staff wellbeing.
- Systems, programmes, policies and procedures are alighted with current research and best practice to enhance the mental and physical wellbeing of all members of our whanau.
- Staff have ownership of student wellbeing and are well informed and well trained.
Develop Pathways and Programmes to Deliver on the Desired Attributes of a St Margaret’s Graduate
- Rites of passage and transitions between the three schools are clearly articulated and understood.
- Staff, parents and students have clear understanding of the desired attributes and share a common language throughout the three schools.
- Girls have opportunities to lead in the school and in the community.
- SMC Graduate Profile
Personalised Learning for Engagement, Motivation and Support
- Opportunities for the delivery of learning online.
- Opportunities for online access to learning.
- Opportunities for personalised learning and multi-level learning pathways.
- Differentiated learning underpins student learning and achievement.
- New initiatives create alternate income streams using SMC core business of education.
- SMC contributes learning opportunities for those in the community who cannot afford the normal access.
- Initiatives are self-funding through partnerships or income generating through self-managed programmes.