Ambarvale Public School

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Positive behaviour for learning

Ambarvale Public School (APS) implements Positive Behaviours for Learning (PBL). PBL is a process that allows for designing, implementing, and evaluating effective school-wide, classroom, non-classroom, and individual student welfare practices and strategies.  The implementation of PBL at our school underpins our student welfare system and is implemented with the purpose of fostering a quality learning environment for all members of the school community to be part of, with a key aim of maximising learning outcomes for our students. Students are explicitly taught important social and behavioural knowledge and skills which are essential to support them in being positive members of the school community, and to further support them in making positive contributions to society.

PBL promotes a team based approach to student welfare practices. A PBL committee operates at our school and consists of many staff with training and experiences in this approach. Our school is supported by a regional consultant.

Positive behaviour for learning framework

  • A consistent approach to student welfare and discipline throughout the school.
  • Clear expectations for students in all areas of school life.
  • School wide practices that rewards positive behaviour in line with the school expectations.
  • School wide practices that outline consequences for negative behaviour. 
  • Ongoing evaluation of effectiveness of PBL

Positive behaviour for learning implmentation

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