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Behaviour management

At Aspley Special School, we support each student’s behaviour by:

  • acknowledging the uniqueness of each student

  • placing significant emphasis on the development of socially appropriate behaviour

  • recognising that students who feel safe, accepted, supported and valued are more  likely  to  reflect these qualities in their own behaviour

  • emphasising the importance of using teaching strategies which incorporate positive preventive actions

  • recognising that some students need more help than other students to achieve socially appropriate behaviour and so are committed to a process which develops an individual behaviour support plan for such students

  • abiding by our school Responsible Behaviour Plan.

Everything that we do at Aspley Special School is centred around our Rule of 5.  These rules are required to ensure the safe and harmonious operation of the school.  They define the boundaries for appropriate behaviour. Rules help students recognise that in any environment there are social expectations and a need to consider the rules when making behaviour choices.