Our learning community celebrates and nurtures positive behaviour choices. Students and staff have clear expectations regarding appropriate behaviour choices and students are explicitly taught appropriate behaviours to engage in the life at school. We celebrate and recognise students who make positive choices in the classroom, playground and sporting fields through weekly awards at Assembly.
We are blessed to have a Positive Behaviour Support Teacher who provides support and guidance to students, staff and families. Individualised and small group coaching is provided to ensure learners have the tools they need to participate positively at school and in the wider world.
We aim to do this by:
- Building positive relationships in a climate of mutual respect founded on our School Vision and Mission Statement. Teachers acknowledge that they lead by example and that all in the school community are appreciated and valued for their uniqueness.
- Respecting and valuing the individual differences and backgrounds of all members of our school community in maintaining and developing positive relationships in our school community.
- Implementing the school’s Behaviour Management Plan in synergy with our Positive Behaviour Support Program to build a strong partnership between the school, parents, caregivers and the parish community.