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Positive Behaviour Support (PBS)

 

Positive Behaviour Support is about teaching students behaviours that are expected of them. All individuals have the right to be safe at school, be treated respectfully and learn to their full potential. The aim of these skills is to promote positive behaviour and make sure that at Bede Polding College all students are safe and able to learn all of the time.

The following table summarises the behaviours expected by students at Bede Polding College in order for them to be safe, respectful, learners.

Behaviour
Rights & Responsabilities

SAFE

I have the right to be safe at school and it is my responsibility to promote the safety of myself and others when:

  • lining up and entering a room
  • in all learning environments
  • in corridors and walkways
  • using the canteen
  • using the facilities and equipment
  • outside of school.

 

RESPECTFUL

I have the right to be treated respectfully at school and it is my responsibility to show respect:

  • in the classroom – to teachers and peers
  • when using the canteen
  • when in the playground
  • by sharing communal space
  • by valuing the College and wider community.

 

LEARNERS

I have the right to learn to the best of my ability at school and it is my responsibility to:

  • prepare to learn
  • engage in learning
  • be a learner outside of the classroom, e.g. by participating in extracurricular activities.

 

Student rights and responsibilities

Rights Responsibilities

To learn and actively participate in all classes without being disrupted by others

  • To be regular in my attendance at school
  • To be punctual to school and to all lessons
  • To participate and be attentive in class
  • To complete all set work, homework and assignments on time
  • To follow teachers’ instructions and directions in class
  • To set study goals and strive to achieve them
  • To be considerate of the needs of other students in the class
  • To behave in a manner which does not affect the learning of others

 

To be treated fairly and with respect and courtesy

  • To respect each other’s uniqueness
  • To show respect for each other’s property
  • To show respect for school facilities and ensure that they are well maintained
  • To respect the authority of all staff in the classroom and the school
  • To speak respectfully at all times and use appropriate language
  • To extend a warm welcome to visitors and to new teachers and students

 

To feel safe in a just and caring environment

  • To abide by all rules relating to entry and exit to and from classes
  • To remain in designated areas on the school grounds during school hours
  • To avoid activities that could be potentially dangerous to myself or to others
  • To move around the school in a quiet and orderly manner, keeping to the left along footpaths and in corridors
  • To avoid any physical contact, even in fun, with other students

 

To share in the enjoyment of a clean and attractive environment

  • To take good care of school furniture and equipment
  • To keep the school grounds clean by placing all litter in bins
  • To keep classrooms clean and tidy
  • To avoid eating or drinking in any part of the school buildings
  • To refrain from having or using chewing gum at school

 

To have pride in being a member of the Bede Polding College community

  • To wear the school uniform proudly and correctly
  • To observe and abide by all rules relating to grooming and deportment
  • To be ambassadors of the College in all activities in or out of school
  • To always uphold the College motto in word and in deed

 

Bullying

It is a fundamental right of everyone in our school community to feel safe. It is the right of everyone to be able to come to our school each day without fear of intimidation, humiliation or being threatened verbally or physically with harm. Bullying denies this right to members of our school and as such bullying is not accepted in our school.


 
   
  
 

Policies & Procedures

Bede Polding College has a number of school-based policies and procedures that govern various aspects of our School life. These provide the framework within which we operate.

The Catholic Education Office, Parramatta Diocese also provides advice and recommendations on educational and administrative policies and priorities, and monitors policy implementation.

Policies & Procedures

  • Bede Polding College has a number of school-based policies and procedures that govern various aspects of our School life. These provide the framework within which we operate.

    The Catholic Education Office, Parramatta Diocese also provides advice and recommendations on educational and administrative policies and priorities, and monitors policy implementation.

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Contact Us

You can contact Bede Polding College by email or phone on 4560 2900 between 8:00 am and 4:00 pm from Monday to Friday.

 

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  • You can contact Bede Polding College by email or phone on 4560 2900 between 8:00 am and 4:00 pm from Monday to Friday.

     

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