School Wide Positive Behaviour Support (SWPBS) is a framework that promotes positive behaviours. Lyndhurst Secondary College uses the framework by; modelling and teaching positive behaviours, explicitly and incidentally teaching expected behaviours, and rewarding students for using our College values of Commitment, Integrity, Respect and Excellence.
Part of the SWPBS framework is to create a behaviour purpose statement. This identifies the common approach to behaviour used by staff at our College. It is a common goal that will serve as a basis for our planning and decision making in relation to behaviour management.
The staff at Lyndhurst Secondary College have developed three behaviour purpose statements and we would like the school community to have their say and vote on which one they feel supports the values of our College best.
Please take the time to read over the following behaviour purpose statements and select which one you prefer. College staff and students will also vote on the purpose statements, so the whole community is involved in the process.
If you have any questions regarding the SWPBS framework or behaviour purpose statements, please contact Jacqui Sampson on 5996 0144. Visit Compass, login and follow the 'Insights' survey prompts located in the top right hand side of your page.
Lyndhurst Secondary College is committed to supporting students, to be safe and respectful citizens that act with integrity, in the pursuit of excellence. Our purpose is to empower students with the skills necessary for future success.
At Lyndhurst Secondary College, we believe that all students should be encouraged to excel and act with integrity. Our programs are carefully designed to support the development: Resilience, Collaboration, Critical Thinking and Innovation to enable students to actively engage in their community.
Lyndhurst Secondary College is committed to supporting students, to be safe and respectful citizens that act with integrity, in the pursuit of excellence. Our programs are strategically designed to promote: Resilience, Collaboration, Critical Thinking and Innovation to enable students to actively engage in their community.
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Posted on Sun, November 12, 2017
by Claire Clancy