SWPBS-EL Values & Matrix. Manorvale Primary School Curriculum Day – Monday, 16th July, 2012. Values/Expectations from... SWPBS-EL Team Staff Students Parents SWPBS-EL Recommendation of Final Values/Expectations. Finalising the Value Names with simplicity & consistency:
Manorvale Primary School
Curriculum Day – Monday, 16th July, 2012
SWPBS-EL Recommendation of Final Values/Expectations
Finalising the Value Names with simplicity & consistency:
Noun Noun Caring...verb Reaching...verb
Are one word values/expectations better, easier to embed and remember? If so we could then perhaps have:
A definition for each value would be provided to include compassion and safety in “Care” and explain that “Aspirations” means reaching for goals.
While the sentiments of each of our values is now set, the wording of the last two still needs some work.
Our Values/Expectations need to be packaged into an attractive, engaging, “student-friendly” theme. An acronym, symbol or emblem will help embed the values within our school and represent them to the wider community.
At our first curriculum day, teams worked on these themes and some progress was made. These ideas are displayed around the room.
Now that our values/expectations are finalised we can now try again to finalise our packaged theme.
At the last SWPBS-EL training day, school teams were asked to do a trial on a setting in the school to apply the school values/expectations. The matrix planning for “Hallways” is underway and we will be commencing this trial in about three weeks time.
The trial may also include
the Office area as a separate
Here is a sample of the matrix for the hallway so far. Note the positive
statements of intent: “I...”:
Now that we have established our school values/expectations, we need to begin work on our Matrix where positive behaviours in each setting within the school are cross referenced against our values.
On your tables there are some samples from other schools to help guide your thinking.