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Positive Behaviour for Learning (PB4L)

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Andrew Herrick

on 22 March 2016

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Transcript of Positive Behaviour for Learning (PB4L)

Overview of Positive behaviour for learning
Positive Behaviour for Learning is a school wide approach or framework for teaching social and behavioural skills.

In it simplest form it involves the development of a school wide discipline plan that leads to a positive school climate and creates a supportive environment for personal, social, and academic growth for students and staff.

Ultimately, it allows our focus to be on teaching and learning rather than addressing undesired behaviour.
Our Journey so far...
Established School Commitment
Established School Team
School wide Evaluation Tool (SET) completed
Effective Behaviour Supports (EBS) Survey completed
Attended Team Training Sessions 1&2
The Science of behaviour
What has the data shown us so far?
Our greatest need?

A small number (e.g. 3-5) of positively & clearly stated student expectations or rules are defined.
Developing the 3-5 expectations
Under the PB4L umbrella, the expectations for behaviour fall out of the values selected by the school community.

In our case we had spent time with the staff and wider community developing a set of 8 school values.

Rather than go through this process again, our team decided to look at what we had and find ways to shrink these without losing the integrity of our school.
What did we come up with?
At St Joseph's Catholic School we have
Where to now?
Define how these school wide expectations look across our school wide and community settings

Design and display posters of what these expectations are and what they look like in these different settings
Positive Behaviour for Learning (PB4L)
St Joseph's Primary School
Our immediate next steps...
Complete analysis of EBS data
Develop school wide behavioural expectations
Develop school wide teaching matrix
Communicate our journey
Determination - No matter how great the challenge, we never give up
Respect - We respect the worth of ourselves, of others and our environment
Creativity - We dare to be creative
Love - We demonstrate love through our words and our actions
Excellence - We strive for personal excellence in all we do
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