Bletchington Public School has been busy rewarding students for respectful, responsible and safe behaviour this term.
Last Friday, the school participated in an 'Unplugged' afternoon, where classrooms closed the books to play board games and other activities.
On Wednesday, students who demonstrated consistent behaviour over the term spent time on an inflatable obstacle course.
The school participates in the Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL) program, which is a process to improve learning outcomes for students.
PBL brings together the wHole-school community to contribute to developing a positive, safe and supportive culture.
"It is so great to acknowledge our students who consistently demonstrate our school-wide expectations day in, day out at Bletchington," said PBL coach Carolyn Priest.
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