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Behaviour management

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Yugumbir State School is committed to providing a safe, respectful and disciplined learning environment for students and staff. At YSS we SOAR by being Safe, Outstanding Learners, Always Responsible and Respectful. Yugumbir State School is a Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL) School.

What is PBL?

Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL) is a system for behaviour management that is used in schools all across the world.

So how does PBL work?

 

  • Rules and expectations for behaviour are very clearly set out for each area of the school. These rules and expectations are based around our four SOAR expectations. 

  • The PBL framework recognises that appropriate behaviour often has to be explicitly taught. Yugumbir has focus behaviour every fortnight that is taught in every class across the school.

  • The PBL framework requires consistent processes for managing students who breach school rules.

  • A PBL Reward System is put in place where students are acknowledged for positive behaviour.

 

 

 

Support

Some students require additional support and focused teaching to understand or follow the school expectations. A small percentage of students may receive targeted individualized support using a Functional Behaviour Analysis (FBA) approach where behaviour is seen as a form of communication to obtain or escape something. FBA aims to determine the motivation for a person’s behaviour and select strategies to create behavioral change through proactive and preventative processes.

The Responsible Behaviour Plan for Students is designed to facilitate high standards of behaviour so that the learning and teaching in our school can be effective and students can participate positively within our school community.

 

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Last reviewed 22 January 2021
Last updated 22 January 2021