Positive Behaviour Support 2020


We ask our school community to click on the link below to view our new school positive behaviour expectations which will be implemented in 2015. After a long process, staff have created a set of behaviour expectations that are positive, observable and measurable. These expectations will be explicitly addressed by teachers with the students in 2015 and will be linked to our current value characters who will support the encouragement of these behaviours. We are currently looking for a creative name to refer to our behaviour encouragement system, one that reflects our values and becomes identifiable across the school community as we reward students who meet the behaviour expectations. So get thinking and send in your ideas. Click on the link below to view our school's positive behaviour expectations. These were developed by staff through a consultative process, to be positive, observable and measureable. They are promoted throughout the school and are clearly understood and adhered to by all students. Every class has a common classroom behaviour system, and students across the school work toward the achievement of bronze, silver and gold awards each year, based on the values system and class work. We also have a Good Standing Policy to support the positive behaviour system. All children maintain Good Standing, and it is rare for a child to lose good standing at Eddystone Primary School.

 

Eddystone Primary School Behaviour Expectations

 

Year 1 students with their message balloons. Inside each balloon is a friendly message.

I wonder where the balloon will end up?

 

Students made fantastic posters that we will display around our school.

Great work guys!

 

Year 4 students making 'Bullying No Way', orange iced cup cakes! Yummy!!

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