Responsible Behaviour Plan Review

The school actively seeks ways to enhance student learning, wellbeing and discipline by partnering with parents and families.  As a school community we want to ensure our students are equipped for the future with skills and strategies to manage themselves as global citizens. The purpose of the RBP review is to review our current practices and provide information about expected behaviours that create a safe supportive environment for students and ensures that as a whole school we have consistency in our protocols and procedures both positive and disciplinary.  
We value feedback from all of our stakeholders, please provide your thoughts on the following questions to inform our Responsible Behaviour Plan for 2018 - 2021.

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* 1. Explicit high expectations and standards in relation to behaviour and outcomes have been set and communicated to students, parents, staff and the wider community.

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* 2. The school regularly communicates the expectations for student behaviour to students and their parents at and throughout   enrolment.

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* 3. The school leadership team promptly informs parents if their child requires additional support with behaviour and engages     parents in support strategies and intervention.

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* 4. The school has a small number of positively stated school wide expectations and appropriate behaviours that are clearly
defined and embedded in practice.

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* 5. The school has clear strategies to promote appropriate behaviour – including agreed responses and consequences for
inappropriate student behaviour.

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* 6. The positively stated expectations are visible through the school environment.

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* 7. The positively stated expectations are continuously communicated to the school community and are evidenced in the behaviour of students.  Such as Newsletters, Assembly

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* 8. Do you believe all teachers to be highly committed to the reinforcement of expectations for behaviour and this is reflected in  their own practice.

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* 9. Where do you feel the culture of respect and caring relationships are reflected in the following relationships. 
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Parent to Parent

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* 10. Where do you feel the culture of respect and caring relationships are reflected in the following relationships. 
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Parent to Teacher 

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* 11. Where do you feel the culture of respect and caring relationships are reflected in the following relationships. 
(on a scale of 1 – 10)
Teacher to Student

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* 12. Where do you feel the culture of respect and caring relationships are reflected in the following relationships.  (on a scale of 1 – 10)
Teacher to Parent

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* 13. Where do you feel the culture of respect and caring relationships are reflected in the following relationships. 
(on a scale of 1 – 10)
Admin to Parent

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* 14. Where do you feel the culture of respect and caring relationships are reflected in the following relationships. 
(on a scale of 1 – 10)
Parent to Admin

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* 15. Where do you feel the culture of respect and caring relationships are reflected in the following relationships.
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 Admin to student

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* 16. Please provide any further comments to enhance the culture of a supportive, respectful and caring environment at
Kenmore South SS.

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