Behaviour Teaching

​​​​​Behaviour Teaching is about teaching students to manage their own behaviour. We recognise that children make mistakes and through this they learn what is appropriate and inappropriate. We believe that the only person who can control a student's behaviour is the student.

We want our students to be considerate ... a person who has a sense of right and wrong, can manage emotions, cooperates, has potency and is able to use formal register.

We have 4 school rules and teach these to all students, because these rules will help students be successful at school - keep these and school's a breeze!

Below is our Student Behaviour Support Plan (SBSPlan). This plan details the way we aim to build on your chilld behaviour at St Flannan's, and support parents and carers.

Student Behaviour Support Plan 2019.pdf