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Last updated 1:22 PM on 1 September 2015

We are a PBL school at Wamberal Public School.


Positive Behaviour for Learning, known as PBL is an evidence-based whole school systems approach that:

  • addresses the diverse academic and social needs of every student to support them to be successful
  • supports students in early childhood settings through to senior years of schooling
  • enables schools to establish a continuum of supports that are intensified to meet the needs of every student 
  • is team driven, using a problem solving approach (data, systems and practices) that engages students, parents and all school staff
  • establishes positive social expectations for all in the school community
  • provides a framework for the school and its community to collectively support the wellbeing of every students.



When implemented well:PBL Poster. Safe Respectful Learners.

  • students respond positively as they have been taught what is expected of them
  • staff deliver consistent responses to student learning and behaviour
  • students feel safe and cared for at school. Their parents, family and community are more involved in their school
  • unproductive and challenging behaviour can be significantly reduced for most students.


Please find attached our Expected Behaviours Matrix. Have a look and see the clear expectations we are teaching and implementing at WPS.


WPS Expected Behaviours (pdf 318 KB)

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