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Student Behaviour

The Behaviour Support policy is a mandated policy of the South Australian Department for Education.

This policy outlines how department staff support safe and positive behaviour for children and young people in education, early childhood and care settings with particular reference to Nailsworth Primary School. 

Click here to read this policy NPS Behaviour Support Policy.

Click here to read NPS Bullying, Harassment Cyber- Bullying policy.

‘Connected – A community approach to bullying prevention within the school gates and beyond’ sets out the South Australian Government’s strategy to stand united with families and communities, with nongovernment partners, across all education sectors, to protect children and young people from bullying.

Click here to read about this approach Community Approach to Bullying.

Parent Guide to On-Line Safety

Parent Guide to Suspension and Exclusion

Parent Guide - Signs of bullying