Mastering Behaviour Programs

Mastering Behaviour offers schools a variety of positive education, values, wellbeing and behaviour management resources to support and enhance student and staff welfare.

The programs encourage students to recognise their character strengths, reflect on behavioural choices, the impact of behaviour on others, as well as acquire strategies to ‘fix’ problems and repair damaged relationships.

Mastering Behaviour programs encourage students to:

Recognise their character strengths,

Reflect on behavioral choices,

Understand the impact of behaviour on others,

Acquire strategies to 'fix' problems and repair damaged relationships.

Resources that help students understand themselves, their emotions, as well as strengthen attitudes of respect and responsibility.

Program 1 - Mastering Positive Education


  • Suits high school students. (grade 7-12)
  • 200 + YouTube video linked to 22 topics (170 pages of entertaining activities).
  • Explicitly teaches students skills to develop their resilience, grit, friendship, tolerance, gratitude, growth mindset, self-esteem, emotional literacy.

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  • Suits upper primary to grade 10 students.
  • 400 + pages. Video to support topics and activities.
  • Teaches student about character, care empathy, kindness, compassion respect.
  • Knowledge and understanding about cyber safety, cyber ethics, drugs, alcohol.

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Program 3 – Mastering Behaviour Management


  • Restorative behaviour management.
  • Suits high school students (grade 7-10).
  • Suspension / detention, reflection room. Ideal for Deputy Principals/ Deans of Students, Head of Year.
  • Topics -typical classroom misbehaviours, plus bullying, fighting, stealing, anger, teasing, pushing/shoving…

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Our goal is to keep the resources affordable for schools, large or small, public or private.
The cost of the programs has always been aligned to the wage of one teacher for one day.

Teachers save valuable preparation and marking time as the resources are ‘ready to go’, (data project, print). In addition, schools save money as they do not need to pay for expensive PD or supervision of classes while staff are being trained.