Conduct for Learning
What is Conduct for Learning?
How does Conduct for Learning benefit the Students?
- a clear set of expectations for students and staff, with praise for good conduct and
- consequences where conduct does not meet expectations;
- a process to maintain a safe learning environment;
- a consistent approach to classroom management;
- a series of prescribed outcomes (positive and negative) that are clearly understood
- by all within the College community.
Conduct for Learning gives us:
- improves the motivation and outcomes of students;
- improves students’ ability to engage in learning;
- reduces classroom disruption;
- improves attendance and punctuality;
- improves homework;
- improves standards of appearance and uniform;
- develops independent learning skills;
- prevents aggression and foul or abusive language;
- prevents damage to property and the learning environment;
- increases respect between students for themselves, others and their environment;
- engenders a happier learning environment with high levels of self belief.
- a consistent approach to rewarding positive conduct and challenging unacceptable behaviour;
- a shared responsibility for managing student behaviour;
- improved relationships between students, staff and parents;
- a high quality, safe, learning environment for all.