Student Wellbeing

Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL)

St Brendan’s Catholic Primary School has adopted a whole school approach to bring about positive behaviour; Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL). 

Our whole school approach to PBL has a strong emphasis on teaching appropriate behaviours and providing systems of support to bring about these positive behaviours.

You will hear the students from St Brendan’s talk about ROSE Rules. Respecting Others, Self and the Environment! By following the ROSE Rules, the students contribute to a safe and happy environment.

In partnership, families and teachers work towards encouraging consistency of language at home and at School.

Every child has opportunities within their classroom and on the playground to receive an extrinsic reward in the form of a ROSE sticker. These are used to acknowledge positive behaviours which follow our ROSE Rules. Our ROSE sticker system gives our students opportunities to share their success with the school Principal and Assistant Principal.

 Selected students from each class who display exemplary attitudes and behaviour are also nominated by their class teacher to receive a ‘Spirit of St Brendan Award’ at the conclusion of the term. The criteria for receiving such an award has been developed by Year Six and is closely aligned with our school ROSE Rules.

We also have a regular recognition of students who are following a specific ROSE focus and these awards are presented at our whole school, K-2 or 3-6 assembly.

Our talented teachers also make relevant links between our ROSE Rules and all relevant Key Learning Area content.

 

ROSE Rules Behaviour Support Guidelines Anti-Bullying Policy