Be you is a national mental health initiative for educators which aims to promote and protect positive mental health in children and young people in every early learning service and school in Australia.
At St John Vianney Greenacre our vision is to build a learning community that is positive, inclusive and resilient where every child, staff member and family can achieve their best possible mental health. Be You empowers educators, helping them to develop valuable mental health skills and knowledge, while also providing
an effective model for implementing a whole-learning community approach to mental health and wellbeing.
School-Wide Positive Behaviour Learning (SWPBL) is an educational initiative that fosters responsible student behaviour through a unified, school-wide behaviour program. For consistency all school rules are taught around 3 expectations which are;
- We are Safe
- We are Respectful
- We are Learners
A consistent set of expectations across the school ensures that students are directly aware of what is required regarding their behaviour at school. As behaviour is closely linked with effective learning it is essential that children learn and develop the expected behaviour of the school.
Our School-wide Positive Behaviour Support program is coordinated by a School Leadership Team-including representatives from administration, teaching, guidance, behaviour support, parent groups and community organisations.