It is our aim at Wondall Heights State School to provide a safe, caring environment for all members of our school community. At our school, we believe that it is most effective for school personnel and parents to work together to provide a consistent approach to behaviour management.
Parent and community code of conduct
We wish to advise that Wondall Heights State School will be adopting the Parent code of conduct as set out by the Department of Education. The Parent and community code of conduct (the Code) aims to support schools to clearly communicate the conduct expected of parents, carers and visitors while they’re on state school grounds, at school activities, and interacting with others in the school community.
If you have any questions regarding the code, please contact the office. We thank all members of the Wondall community for following and upholding the code.
Parent and community code of conduct (PDF, 146KB)
Student code of conduct
The school’s Student code of conduct includes a comprehensive range of schoolwide positive behavioural support strategies and a clearly scaffolded range of consequences. Each classroom displays, teaches and enforces a set of classroom rules and the school playground rules. We have a number of procedures to reward positive behaviours at Wondall Heights State School as we recognise and value the contribution our students make.
Student code of conduct (PDF, 2.8MB)
Introducing Positive Behaviour Learning (PBL) processes at Wondall Heights State School
In 2021 Wondall Heights State School is excited to be a Positive Behaviour for Learning School. This video explains the processes used at our school to support positive student behaviour within our school.