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Behaviour Chart

Posted on 19 May 2014

PB4L at Taupo Primary School. Positive Behaviour for Learning.

Over the next few weeks I will use my blog space to share some of our initiatives and invite your comments and questions.

PB4L is a powerful programme that enables schools to develop practices that teach students how to behave, whilst ensuring that all students keep safe.

We have a team of seven teachers who meet twice a term to discuss how well we are implementing the programme, behaviour trends and what actions we need to take to improve.

Our PB4L vision is:  Taupo Primary is a respectful culturally inclusive school.

OUR PB4L mission is: All people associated with TPS using respect

This term we have reviewed some of our practices and we have a new behavior flow chart. You can follow the way we manage minor and major incidents by viewing the chart below.
Please open the link below to view our behaviour management chart.




Comment by Michelle Golebiowski on 20 May 2014 11:51 AM:

Now this will be an exciting blog to watch. How would you seperate majors and minor incidents Mrs Seamer?

Comment by Richelle McDonald on 20 May 2014 12:54 PM:

I'm thinking that we make a link to your blog on the front page...then our community will read it :-)

Comment by Cushla Seamer on 20 May 2014 1:45 PM:

I would be guided by the decisions the PB4L team have made. Then I would follow the process described in the chart.

Comment by cassidy, on 21 May 2014 12:19 PM:

i love it

Comment by Cushla Seamer on 24 May 2014 1:13 PM:

What do you love about the chart Cassidy? It is really helpful for me to know what our children are thinking so thank you so much for your comment

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