Schoolwide positive behaviour support
Bollon State School is committed to continually improving whole-school discipline in order to provide positive learning environments for all students. As such, we have adopted Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL) as our behaviour management system.
PBL is a whole-school framework which helps schools to create positive learning environments. This is achieved by developing proactive systems to define, teach, and support appropriate student behaviours.
Since being introduced in Queensland in 2005, the PBL framework has helped more than 400 state schools develop successful whole school behaviour management systems.
Data shows that when PBL is implemented with integrity it helps reduce problem behaviour and increase academic performance. Principals have also reported decreases in referrals of students, allowing time saved to be invested into other areas of school business.
Through PBL, schools implement evidence-based approaches to managing student behaviour support issues at the local community level. With an emphasis on data-based decision-making, the framework is evaluated regularly and practices are adjusted to make sure the process is achieving effective results for schools.
Responsible behaviour plan
Our responsible behaviour plan for students is designed to facilitate high standards of behaviour so that the learning and teaching in our school can be effective and students can participate positively within our school community.
The plan was developed in collaboration with our community, via our P&C forum, and parents, staff and students had input as well.
Download our school's responsible behaviour plan for students (PDF, 408KB).
The school has a set uniform in the school colours – maroon and gold.
Find out more from the P&C page.
Download the uniform list and prices (DOC, 44KB).
If you cannot download the document/s linked from this page, please contact us and we will provide a copy via the school office.