At Albany Hills State School we believe it is important to encourage increasing responsibility in all students. Our roles, rights and responsibilities are clearly
To this end, appropriate behaviour is regularly encouraged, acknowledged and
rewarded. Unacceptable behaviour is addressed according to the Code of Conduct.
Our three school rules are: Be Safe, Be Respectful, Be a Learner
major focus at Albany Hills is promoting positive behaviour. Encouragement such
as certificates, awards and praise are utilised as well as teaching specific
social/behavioural skills as part of the curriculum. Special awards are
presented at student assemblies to acknowledge outstanding behaviours and
achievements. Silver tickets are given to students to acknowledge caring and
appropriate behaviours in the playground.
The NED Award is
given monthly to a student in the Early Years (P-2), acknowledging a child who Never
gives up, Encourages others and Does their best.
Students: To learn and behave in an appropriate manner.
Teachers: To provide a safe and supportive learning environment.
Administrators: To guide and model professional behaviour in a supportive manner.
Ancillary Staff: To support students, staff and community in a safe school environment.
Parents/Volunteers: To support students and staff throughout the school environment.
The Albany Hills State School Student Code of Conduct (2MB) is designed to facilitate high standards of behaviour so that the learning and teaching in our school can be effective and students are able to particpate positively within our school community.
Responsible Behaviour Education Program
At Albany Hills State School we value and are committed to providing a safe, respectful and disciplined learning environment for students and staff. In this environment students have opportunities to engage in quality learning experiences and acquire values supportive of their lifelong wellbeing. We establish high expectations of our students’ conduct and behaviour and believe that for them to have the best opportunity to meet or exceed these expectations they need explicit instruction on what these expectations look and feel like.
The program is designed to be explicitly taught at the beginning of each semester and is based around the three overarching rules mentioned above.
The Albany Hills State School Anti-bullying Program is designed to explicitly teach students about bullying and the steps that can be taken to combat bullying. It is structured so as to support the Responsible Behaviour Plan for Students, not to replace it.
The Albany Hills State School Anti-bullying Program centres on raising student awareness of five main ideas:
- What is bullying?
- What isn’t bullying?
- Am I being bullied?
- Am I being a bully?
- Do I know someone who is being bullied (or someone being a bully)?
The Albany Hills Anti-Bullying program is tailored to be age appropriate and designed to be revisited several times each year by classroom teachers as necessary.