Behaviour Management

Building relationships with others is a very important part of Christian life. Our behaviour towards others impacts these relationships and provides a good indicator of our maturity of character. We expect students to display behaviours that show respect for others, civility, honesty, diligence and respect for private property.

We commend those who do the right thing and set fair boundaries for behaviour. Our parents and students allow us the right to enforce the boundaries that have been set.

There will be times when students do not behave appropriately. In these circumstances, the school has a carefully thought through process for applying corrective action if needed. The relationship between school and home is a vital part of this process and relies on open communication. Support between school and home reinforces the behaviour management programs that are devised for individual students.

The goal of any corrective action is to bring about a change of attitude of the student concerned, produce responsible behaviour and restore relationships.