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Behaviour management

Manly State School is committed to providing a safe, respectful and disciplined learning environment for students and staff, where students have opportunities to engage in quality learning experiences and acquire values supportive of their lifelong wellbeing.

This 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.

Students at Manly State School aspire to five principles of behaviour which are articulated to create a positive learning environment that allows all pupils to successfully develop and learn.

Show Respect!

Show respect to all members of our school community.

Respect others’, our own and school property.

Use common courtesies and manners.

Use school equipment appropriately and safely.

Be Safe!

Act in a way that ensures the safety of yourself and others at all times.

Do not go into ‘out of bounds’ areas

Never bring objects to school which may cause harm.

Use technology and devices in the appropriate manner.

Use playground and school equipment appropriately and safely.

Follow instructions immediately.

Get Academic!  

Always strive to learn in class.

Never hinder others' learning.

Complete homework and school assignments.

Confidently ask for assistance if you need it from the teacher.

Be proud!

Act in ways which bring credit to the school.

Carefully follow school and community rules.

Keep the school environment clean and tidy.

Participate to the max!

Develop all your skills by getting involved in extra-curricular activities.

Stay healthy by playing sport.

Develop artistic abilities through music and The Arts activity.

The school’s behaviour strategies are based upon the Assertive Discipline approach to managing student behaviour. The goal of this approach is to teach our students to choose responsible behaviour and, in doing so, raise their self-esteem and increase their academic success.