At the heart of the educational program of learning and experience at Kingsley Park Primary School is the happiness and safety of the children in their activities.
Our Wellbeing and Child Safety Policies cater for the emotional, social and physical wellbeing of each child.
We strive to produce socially acceptable behaviour that respects the rights of others and encourages the individual to accept responsibility for and logical consequences of their actions.
Discipline is based upon the values of co-operation, self-worth, mutual respect and shared responsibilities. The exercise of self control and discipline will establish a co-operative system in which each child’s self-esteem is nurtured.
Co-operation and liaison between parents and teachers will cultivate an atmosphere in which desirable models of behaviour can be developed and practised.
Communication between home and school reinforces and encourages our children to develop desirable social attitudes, enabling them to cope at work and play.
Our school should be orderly, safe and organised, recognising and respecting the individual within the system.
To implement this policy, a code of conduct (responsibility of School Council) that sets the expectation of self discipline and encourages co-operation and respect for others, has been developed. Each child is expected to function amicably and fruitfully within this framework.
Management of Student Behaviours
Goals and Objectives:
The Code of Conduct for Kingsley Park Primary School has been formulated within and is consistent with DET (Department of Education and Training) guidelines.
The Kingsley Park Primary School community aims to:
Principles Concerning the Rights and Responsibilities of Students, Parents and Teachers:
Guide to the Management of Student Behaviour:
The management of student behaviour is a co-operative partnership between students, teachers and parents.
A consistent and positive approach to behaviour will foster a school climate where personal responsibility and self discipline are developed.
We are committed to the following strategies:
The following documents are an integral part of the management of student behaviour at Kingsley Park Primary School:
These policies are essential to the wellbeing of all school members and are subject to ongoing review within DET guidelines.
Sanctions which logically follow from the infringement of the expectations set by the Learning Agreement:
Breaches may incur some penalty or action, including the following:
. lunchtime detention
When it is believed that a student’s behaviour warrants suspension, the Principal will ensure that every reasonable step is taken to arrange a meeting with the parents and, if appropriate, the student to discuss:
The School Principal has the authority to permanently exclude a student from the school. Permanent expulsion from the school will be used only after other forms of behaviour management, as previously outlined, have been exhausted.