Moorooka State School ensures the wellbeing of all its students through its responsible behaviour plan.
Schools should be safe and supportive environments for everyone—students, teachers, school staff, families and members of the community. The commitment and involvement of the entire school community is needed to create a safe, supportive and disciplined school environment that reflects high standards and expectations for positive and respectful behaviour and allows all students the opportunity to be successful learners.
Moorooka State School is a Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL) school which is an evidence based approach that adopts a whole-school framework which promotes positive behaviour across Prep-Year 6. PBL schools take an instructional approach to behaviour – this means that the rules for how to behave need to be taught to students, in exactly the same way as academics are taught. Teaching expected behaviour combines what we want students to know and do with how we will support them to do it through explicit teaching, practice and reinforcement.
Our School Rules consist of our 3 Be's:
- Be Safe
- Be Respectful
- Be Responsible
At Moorooka State School we know that it takes the whole school community to work together to establish simple, clear and explicit expectations for behaviour.
Moorooka State School takes a proactive, preventative approach, ensuring that all students receive the appropriate level of support to help them to be successful at school. Student outcomes are monitored so that identified students can receive additional support when needed, and a minority of students can access intensive support to enable them to engage successfully at school.