At St Albans East Primary School we use the School-Wide Positive Behaviour Support Framework (SWPBS) to create an environment where our students thrive with their social, emotional and academic learning.
The SWPBS framework is about:
•Proactive school-wide systems of supporting, defining and teaching appropriate students behaviours to create positive learning environments
•Creating and sustaining school-wide, classroom and individual systems of support
•Building effective environments in which positive behaviour is more effective than problem behaviour so that academic success can be achieved
Key attributes of SWPBS include:
•Preventative activities Data-based decision making
•Problem solving orientation
SWPBS is a framework with four-core, defining features:
Below is our school-wide Matrix of Expected Behaviour. This matrix clearly defines our expected behaviours which are explicitly taught, modelled and reinforced in every classroom and throughout the school.