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Behaviour management

At Claremont Special School we believe that every student has the right to feel safe and to learn in an environment that is safe and supportive and as stress free as possible.

Claremont has adopted a whole of school framework to behaviour education called School Wide Positive Behaviour Support. This supports the belief that all behaviour is purposeful and that in order to address the behaviour we must also address the reason for the behaviour occurring. This necessitates the use of a variety of strategies which may vary according to the individual involved. These may include such things as changing the environment, teaching correct responses to stressful situations, imposing consequences, and implementing structured social skills programs.

As part of the School Wide Positive Behaviour Support framework, the school community has identified school rules and expected behaviours. These school rules and expected behaviours are displayed throughout the school and are explicitly taught to students on a regular basis.

Whole school expectations:

  • I can learn
  • I am responsible
  • I am respectful
  • I am safe​