Our school has adopted a Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL) approach to supporting student behaviour. This approach further consolidated our focus on positive preventative and appropriate responsive support strategies. Our PBL approach focuses on behaviour in four key areas:
- whole school systems
- non-classroom environments
- individual students.
The Rule of 5 provides the reference point for behavioural expectations, recognition and correction. Our rules are talked about constantly on assembly, in the playground and in the classroom. Students are assisted to understand and make meaning of the rules through a series of micro-lessons that are taught in each form class. Posters of the rules are in all areas of the school.
Students are expected to:
- Be safe.
- Be sensible.
- Have a go.
- Keep the space.
- Respect oneself, others and property.
These expectations are known as our ‘Rule of 5’, which underpin everything we do at our school. We see our rules as the basis of community expectations that our students are expected to meet as members of society.
For more information about our school behaviour policy, please read our Student Code of Conduct
and Parent Tips