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Behaviour management

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At Bli Bli State School, we are committed to providing a safe, respectful and disciplined learning environment for students and staff, where students have opportunities to engage in quality learning experiences and acquire values supportive of their lifelong wellbeing. All members of our school community are expected to uphold the responsibilities defined in the Code of School Behaviour to ensure the best possible outcomes for students, staff and parents.

We use a three-tiered continuum of evidenced-based supports to facilitate a high standard of positive behaviour and to respond to unacceptable behaviour. This whole school approach shapes, supports and recognises all appropriate student behaviour.

Our Responsible Behaviour Plan for Students (PDF, 2MB) outlines our systems for facilitating positive behaviours, preventing new cases of problem behaviours and responding to unacceptable behaviours. Our behaviour curriculum for student behaviour is communicated through ‘The Buzz Chart’ and is plain to everyone. This assists Bli Bli State School to create and maintain a positive and productive learning and teaching environment, where all school community members have clear and consistent expectations and understandings of their role in the behaviour management process.

Our school community has identified the following three broad school rules / expectations to teach and promote our high standards of responsible behaviour:

  • Be Safe.
  • Be Respectful.
  • Be a Learner.

The Buzz About Positive Behaviour – Kyla Bonney

One of our Deputy Principals explains the systematic and various ways our school supports every child to give their best and be their best.

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Last reviewed 16 March 2020
Last updated 16 March 2020