The Positive Behviour for Learning (PBL) continuum applies to all students and is made up of three tiers.
Tier one of the PBL establishes strong school-wide universal systems that promote early intervention, and the teaching and acknowledging of social-emotional skills. PBL helps schools to develop consistent systems to discourage unproductive behaviour.
Tier 2 targeted support is a team driven process. It strengthens and builds upon what has been taught to students at the universal level. Some students, approximately 10-15 per cent, will respond to Tier 1 supports but will continue to exhibit some difficulties. These students may be need additional academic and/or social-emotional support.
A smaller group of students, approximately 1-5 per cent, may need individualised and intensive Tier 3 supports as well as universal and targeted support. Schools will build upon the foundations of the school-wide system to support these students. Interventions focus on creating and implementing individualised behaviour support plans that are linked to the universal system.
For more information visit the department's Positive Behaviour for Learning website.