Student Behaviour Support

​Policy statement

Through an integrated and strengths-based approach to learning academically and socially through the curriculum, supported by wellbeing and pastoral care strategies, school staff assist students to develop positive pro-social behaviours. Positive behaviour formation is guided by:

  • respect: helping students to understand and to foster respectful relationships with others by embodying values of the Catholic faith and cultivating responsibility for self
  • justice: working with students and families to identify and remove barriers to the formation of positive behaviours and engagement in learning
  • inclusion and diversity: welcoming students from diverse backgrounds and students with diverse needs
  • responsibility: helping students to develop a social conscience by developing social and emotional intelligence, self-discipline and responsible decision-makin
  • networks: developing effective networks of care across the community through partnerships with parents and guardians, parish groups, support services, allied health services and the wider community
  • strategy: a systemic approach by the school to support students with a continuum of supports – universal, targeted and individual. These are available for all students to access and resourced by the school
  • accountability: promoting evidence-informed decision making, transparency and accountability.

School Student Behaviour Support Plan - Final.docx