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Responsible Behaviour Plan gives nod to school's forestry history


Bald Hills State School is one of Queensland’s oldest schools, first enrolling students in 1866. It has a proud history, a very significant element being the school forestry plot of hoop pines planted in the 1930s.  The recent review of the school’s Responsible Behaviour Plan has referenced this historic part of the school for promoting its four school rules.

'Be responsible', 'be respectful', 'be safe' and 'be a learner' are now promoted by four caricatures of trees; Responsible Rosie, Respectful Ronny, Safety Sam and Learner Lenny. A range of promotional materials are being used to reinforce the behaviour expected with graphics being displayed across the school. 

'Tall Trees', students who consistently meet the school’s highest standards of behaviour, will also be recognised and participate in rewards days once or twice a term from 2013.​​