Celebrating positive behaviour

June 7, 2024 BY

Attack: Principal Paul Dullard was the perfect target for a water pistol battle. Photo: SANDRA JAMES

HOLY Rosary School launched their School Wide Positive Behaviour Support Framework last week with a fun-filled community celebration.

Families and community members joined staff and students for an afternoon of fun and camaraderie.

Principal Paul Dullard said he was delighted at the community turnout and the positive atmosphere that enveloped the event.

“We were thrilled to see so many families and community members attending,” he said.

“The launch of the SWPBS is a significant milestone for Holy Rosary School, and it’s wonderful to celebrate it with such enthusiastic support from our community.

“This day will be remembered by our children for many years.”

The SWPBS Framework aims to foster a positive, inclusive, and respectful school environment.

By promoting good behaviour and recognising students’ efforts, staff at the school hope to enhance the overall learning experience and wellbeing of students.

Fellow students cheered as each student reached the top of the rock wall and sounded the buzzer.


The school grounds were transformed into a vibrant festival scene, featuring rock climbing, commando water pistol battles, face painting and basketball games.

Staff, students and visitors enjoyed a barbecue, and snow cones provided a refreshing treat on the sunny afternoon.

“We couldn’t have asked for better weather,” said Mr Dullard.

“This launch marks the beginning of a journey towards creating an even more supportive and nurturing environment for students.

“The Holy Rosary community looks forward to the positive changes that SWPBS will bring.

“The event was not just a celebration of a new initiative but a reaffirmation of the shared commitment to the school values of honesty, respect and service.”