|Download||File Size||File Type|
|Anti bullying||380KB||Adobe PDF|
|Behaviour Management||561KB||Adobe PDF|
|Countering Harassment, Bullying and Violence||125KB||Adobe PDF|
|- Dealing with Harassment flow chart||22KB||Adobe PDF|
|- Harassment Information||13KB||Adobe PDF|
|Raising a complaint with DECD||116KB||Adobe PDF|
|Hot and Extreme Weather||111KB||Adobe PDF|
|ICT Agreement||49KB||Adobe PDF|
|Mobile Phone||79KB||Adobe PDF|
|No Nuts||238KB||Adobe PDF|
|Parent Concerns and Complaints Procedures||90KB||Adobe PDF|
|POOCH Problem Solving Strategy||90KB||Adobe PDF|
|School Values||1280KB||Adobe PDF|
|Stop, Think, Do (Problem Solving Strategy)||20KB||Adobe PDF|
For Department for Education and Child Development A-Z Policies, Procedures and Guidelines please click here.
At our school we aim to create a safe, caring, orderly and productive learning community where we provide opportunities for students to be supported in their learning and to experience success.
Children are taught the skills to make appropriate choices about their behaviour, and develop the skills to resolve conflict and develop responsibility for their own behaviour.
A behaviour code outlines expectations and the range of responses to both responsible and irresponsible behaviour.
Classroom behaviour management
This is achieved by involving children in the development of class rules and consequences, recognising and rewarding appropriate behaviour, and by dealing with inappropriate behaviour consistently and firmly.
There are four yard rules:All students are expected to,
- Follow staff directions
- Respect others' rights and property
- Behave in a safe way
- Play in correct areas
Unacceptable behaviour is followed by logical consequences or yard sit out.
Persistent irresponsible behaviour in the class or yard may result in Time Out, Take Home, Suspension or Exclusion. Regular communication with parents is a feature of interventions with student behaviour.
Countering harassment and bullying
Every student has the right to feel safe. All students are introduced to strategies to recognise and deal with harassment and bullying. Problem solving models such as Stop! Think! Do! and POOCH are used to support students problem solving and decision making skills.
For further information the following links provide practical information and ideas to support students and families:-www.decd.sa.gov.au/parentcomplaint