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Behaviour management

Laidley State High School is a Positive Behaviour for Learning School (PBL) which is a School Wide approach endorsed and supported by Education Queensland. The focus of PBL is to:

  • improve academic outcomes
  • reduce rates of problem behaviour across the school
  • raise the positive public profile of our school
  • improve the way problem behaviour is being managed
  • increase teaching time through positive reinforcement in classrooms
  • create a positive culture across the school and wider community


The school's 4 Positive Behaviour Principles are well recognised and understood by our students.



The Code of School Behaviour outlines the standards of behaviour expected of students and the responsibilities of parents, schools, principals and senior Education Queensland staff in promoting positive learning environments.

The Laidley SHS Responsible Behaviour Plan for Students outlines the school's behaviour management expectations, processes and student supports.

The ongoing focus on SWPBS has resulted in significantly higher staff, student and parent confidence in our school positive learning environment.  A reduction in disciplinary absences has also occurred over recent years.