St. Ambrose Parish Primary School is a Catholic School and as such, regards the teachings of Jesus Christ and the Catholic Church as central to all of its operations. Therefore, each individual member of the school community is called to imitate Christ in their actions and in their relationships with others.
The wellbeing of the children attending St. Ambrose Parish School is of vital importance to all staff of the school. The classroom teachers have a particular responsibility to the members of their class, but student welfare is a shared responsibility. Older children are encouraged to interact with younger students and to be sensitive to their needs and all children are expected to respect one another.
The school is concerned with the welfare of its students in all areas of their development: physically, socially, spiritually, emotionally and academically. Teachers and other staff members are sensitive to children with particular needs in any of these areas. Communication with parents is a priority at our school and particularly so at times when students have special needs.