Student behaviour

Resources to support student behaviour in NSW public schools.

Student Behaviour Strategy

Underpinned by evidence and informed by input from our stakeholders, this Strategy encompasses three key areas: practice, support and ongoing improvement and systems reform.

Behaviour Support Toolkit

The new Student behaviour strategy will be implemented in 2021. The strategy is being supported by a toolkit for parents, teachers and leaders to help them manage student behaviour while at school or when suspended.

Understanding behaviour

Explore factors that influence behaviour and models of prevention, early intervention and targeted support to best meet the needs of schools and students

Positive behaviour

Key elements of effective behaviour programs, including whole-school approaches to support social and emotional wellbeing and positive behaviour

Low-level disruptive behaviour

Classroom management strategies to support a positive classroom climate and reduce off-task behaviour

Challenging behaviour

Approaches and resources to support more difficult student behaviours, including bullying, aggression and violence

Policies and services

Schools have access to a range of policies, procedures, specialist staff and services to support the needs of students.

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