Loganholme State School is committed to providing a safe, respectful and disciplined learning environment for students and staff, where students have opportunities to engage in quality learning experiences and acquire values (PDF, 236 KB) supportive of their lifelong wellbeing.
Students at Loganholme State School are expected to model these rules daily:
We follow instructions.
We keep our hands and feet to ourselves.
We respect the property of others.
We do not say things to hurt others.
We listen when others are talking.
The school community take great pride in their school and expectations for student behaviour are defined by staff, parents and students. Our Responsible Behaviour Plan for Students (PDF, 938 KB) is implemented consistently by staff and administration.
At Loganholme State School we believe that acknowledging appropriate behaviour (PDF, 332 KB) is not only a proactive strategy to prevent inappropriate behaviour, but also a tool that encourages and build’s a child’s self-worth and self-esteem. We are trying to encourage and instil good values in the children that will prepare them for their future.
By setting high expectations and standards for our students, our consequences for inappropriate behaviour (PDF, 407 KB) have been designed to help teach the student learn the correct and more appropriate behaviours for the future.