School Wide Positive Behaviour SupportRockbank Primary School takes a whole-school approach to creating a positive, safe and supportive school climate in which all students, including students with additional needs, can learn and develop. We follow a School Wide Positive Behaviour Support (SWPBS) model. One of the essential features of this model is to clarify expected behaviours. We proactively teach these behaviours and most importantly, they show students how they can be successful. .
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Acknowledging Expected BehavioursAt Rockbank Primary School, we encourage expected student behaviour through acknowledgement, recognition and encouragement. Not all students are encouraged by the same thing or in the same way, so we utilise numerous reinforcements that serve to motivate all students across all settings. These can include:
- adult and peer attention through building positive relationships
- specific positive feedback
- tangible reinforcements.