Grenfell Public School students reap the rewards of being good | Photos

Students from Grenfell Public School were rewarded for their good behaviour last week with the school holding its Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL) Disco.

Grenfell Public School students cut a rug at their Positive Behaviour for Learning Fancy Dress Disco on Friday.

Grenfell Public School students cut a rug at their Positive Behaviour for Learning Fancy Dress Disco on Friday.

PBL is a NSW Government school based program run at Grenfell Public School as well as many others across the state.

PBL establishes strong school-wide universal systems that promote early intervention, and the teaching and acknowledging of social-emotional skills and helps schools to develop consistent systems to discourage unproductive behaviour.

As a reward for Grenfell Public School students excellent behaviour the school held a PBL Disco and Rewards Day last Friday on the final day of Term 2.

"The students used their PBL tokens to vote for a fun activity and a 'Fancy Dress Disco' was the winner," learning support teacher Tamara McMahon said.

"Students came dressed in their favourite disco outfit and were treated to chips and drinks. They also enjoyed playing a variety of games to have a break from dancing."