Positive behaviour support

Effective whole-school approaches provide a framework for schools to support positive behaviour for all students and for groups of students or individual students who require more intensive and individualised support.

A safe and supportive school is one that promotes, recognises and acknowledges positive student behaviour and has systems to support student safety. School leaders, teachers and families can all contribute to supporting positive behaviour of students inside and outside the classroom.

Effective whole-school approaches provide a framework for schools to support positive behaviour for all students and for groups of students or individual students who require more intensive and individualised support.

A key feature of positive behaviour support in relation to anti-bullying is the explicit teaching and reinforcement of positive behavioural expectations across all school contexts (classroom, playground and online) and to all members of the school community.

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