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Kimberley Park publishes reports to parents in a number of areas. The principal will make a report to the Parents' Association at its monthly meetings. The Annual Report for the last (previous) year is published on this web site as is the results of the Teaching and Learning Audit and Discipline Audits.

These reports assist the school in planning for the following year in its Annual Implementation Plan and the Quadrennial School Review (QSR). The QSR also assists the school in developing plans for the following four years.  The next QSR is due in 2017.

 

QUAD A - Values, Virtues and Standards

Kimberley Park State School is trialling a Values and Virtues Programme called QUAD A in Term One of 2017.

Achievement  - Setting Goals and having Positive Work Habits.

Attendance - Being organised and prepared; Completing set tasks.

Attitude - Respecting self and others; Owning behaviour choices.

Acceptance - Demonstrating Empathy and Inclusive practises.

Students set goals and aim for high levels of behaviour with explicit social skill lessons and overt matrix of desired and acceptable behaviour across the school.

Students are assigned levels and are acknowedged and celebrated with Upgrades and Artefacts that recognise goal attainment.

LEVEL 3: Standard (Green)

LEVEL 4: Top Leadership (Blue)

LEVEL 5: Hero Leadership (Purple)

Student Leadership is an integral part of KP Culture. From School Captains, Area Group Captains and Playground Leaders, students at Kimberley Park State School lead their peers in all Co-curricular, Specialist and Public Domains. Goal setting, Leadership demonstration and becoming leader are clearly defined processes under the QUAD A and Standards.

Kimberley Park State School has a very thorough Response to Behaviour Plan. Students are explicitly taught social skills weekly. These are demonstrated on Weekly Assembly, Explicitly taught, then responded to in the classrooms. Teachers and students contribute to the dialogue. Goal setting and redirection of behaviour is explained in the school Responsible Management Plan.

Students who do not demonstrate STANDARD Behaviours are supported and monitored to assist them in maintaining their "GREEN" status. Students who need support and intensive levels of intervention are supported with many varied adults and programmes.

Should students be Downgraded they follow the levels with support and intervention intensifying as their need is determined.

LEVEL 2: Monitored Support (Yellow)

LEVEL 1: Targetted Support (Orange)

LEVEL 0: Intensive Support (Red)

 

QUAD A - Families and School working together to teach and celebrate Growth Mindset and Student Self-Efficacy

 

 

 

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