Positive Behaviour Support
Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) is a positive school-wide approach to behaviour management. It will build on and integrate a range of existing strategies to improve behaviour, learning and safety. It’s proactive approach whereby expected behaviours are explicitly taught, allowing students to make better choices. Students use a learning log to learn about and record positive behaviour. PBS is an evidence based approach which focuses on early intervention and emphasises self-discipline.
The 7 components of PBS are:
2. Defining expected behaviour
3. Teaching expected behaviour
4. Encouraging expected behaviour
5. Engagement strategies
6. Responding to unproductive behaviour
7. Ongoing monitoring
At Craigie Heights we have four expected behaviours, which are set out on our behaviour matrix : Be Respectful. Be an Achiever, Be Safe and Be Responsible. A copy of our Whole School Positive Student Behaviour Support Plan can be viewed by clicking here.