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Positive behaviour for learning


​A positive school environment, where all students are included and feel safe and supported improves student learning outcomes.  Every member of the school community (school staff, parents and students) has a role to play in creating safe, supportive and disciplined school environment, where students can learn and achieve. 


Parents and the wider community play an important role in creating a safe and supportive school environment.  Parents are valuable partners in supporting the school and their child’s learning and behaviour.  Parents have valuable insights about how to best support their child’s behaviour and learning.


To promote positive learning environments and to encourage responsible behaviour in students, schools have a Responsible Behaviour Plan.  Schools involve parents and the school community in developing the Responsible Behaviour Plan for Students. This helps to align the behaviour expectations of the school to community expectations and means everyone shares an understanding of what is expected.  The plan includes the school’s expectations about behaviour and it also outlines a range of consequences for inappropriate behaviour.


We like to clearly communicate our school’s expectations for student behaviour to students and their parents.  As part of the plan our school has a PBL Lesson Schedule, wherein every week we focus on one particular expectation.  This week we are looking at Be Respectful and in particular focusing on “maintaining personal space”.  Next week the focus will be on the expectation Be Responsible and in particular “returning equipment”