Positive Education (PB4L)
Positive Behaviour for Learning (PB4L)
At Gilson College we foster a culture where respectful, responsible and resilient behaviours promotes excellence in a Christian environment.
Key Expectations Respect Treating for others way we wish to be treated, care for others the community, environment.   Responsibility Being responsible for our actions, learning and choices.   Resilience Developing a growth mind-set with a never give up attitude   Learner (Mernda Campus)  Being a lifelong learner is an important aspect of all educational journeys. Developing an attitude of learning in all subject areas is vital to developing students of excellence.    PB4L stands for Positive Behaviour for Learning. The numeral four is used to highlight the importance of addressing all four areas of learning and development: Mental, Social, Physical and Spiritual. At Gilson College we foster a culture where respectful, responsible and resilient behaviour promotes excellence in a Christian environment. Expected behaviours that are explicitly taught and encouraged are displayed in the matrix under the headings of our focus values: Respect, Responsibility and Resilience. This behaviour management program focuses on identifying and acknowledging positive behaviours to reinforce and encourage them.   Details of the Behaviour Management System are outlined in the following College Policy document:
  • Student Behaviour Policy
  • PB4L Matrix
Taylors Hill Matrix PB4L Mernda PB4L Matrix Student Behaviour Policy