Behaviour Management for Teaching & Learning

Our Behaviour Management System (Discipline System) focus is placed on accountability and responsibility.

The object of the below handbook is to develop a trusting learning atmosphere in the all situations, across all classrooms, that encourages all individuals to achieve to their potential.  The handbook sets clear expectations and procedures that acknowledge behaviour and the link to learning.  It also sets out the processes in place to support students to develop their ability to self manage.

Flowchart (Showing measured approach to student management in the classroom)
What is? (Guideline statements that help in making a decision n student management in the classroom that relate to the flow chart)
Underpinning Philosophies
The Tokomairiro Way
Team Work
The Restorative Process in the Classroom
What is a Restorative School?
The Restorative Process in the School Support System
School-wide Behaviour Management
Classroom Management - Lesson Planning - Student Behaviour
Advance Organisers
Supportive Behaviour Management:
Authoritative Relaxed Vigilance
Authoritative Slightly Less Relaxed Vigilance
A Restorative approach to:
Late to class
No Equipment
Continual Disruption
Non - Completion of Homework
Cell phones and Electronic Devices
Restorative Chat
Classroom Support System:
Relief Teacher Support - Time Out System
Serious Incidents
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Full handbook
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