Hot Chocolate Friday
Every week one child from each class is sent to Mrs Stewart-Smith for positive contact. Positive Contact is one of the most prestigious awards that children can receive at Farley. Whilst each child is in Mrs Stewart-Smith's office, they get to meet Hamish (our school dog) and have a hot chocolate. The reward is given in recognition for each child's great learning behaviour. During their time with Mrs Stewart-Smith and Hamish, all of the children explain why they have been sent to the special event. This is one of the most popular times of the week for children in Farley Junior School.
Positive Notes and Contact
Each week 5 children from each class are awarded a positive note for their hard work or positive attitude throughout the week. 1 child is also awarded the Positive Contact, meaning their parents will be contacted by the class teacher to let them know how great their child has been this week.
Each week staff can nominate children who have showed a school, they will then be aware a value badge in Fridays assembly.
|3A||Aleksander||Miss Badesha||Aleksander always shows respect to her peers and teachers by being a polite, kind and caring to everyone. This week she has shown excellent respect towards her peers when working in a group, listening to their ideas and organizing Science resources. Thank you Aleksander!|
|3B||Karim||Miss McLaren||While learning our 'WAGOLL' this week some children in the class found it difficult to focus and be respectful. Karim took it upon himself to remind those children how important it was to listen and be respectful to the adults in the room as they were trying to help them learn. Thank you for your help Karim.|
|3C||Corey||Miss Ahmed||Corey is always showing respect to his peers and adults alike. He shows this through his manners, great listening skills and never calling out in lesson.|
|4A||Aysha||Miss Gandre||Aysha is a respectful pupil,who works hard in class. She follows instruction swiftly and focuses on her work, thus creating a safe atmosphere around her. She is also particularly good at 'STAR' (Sit up, Track the speaker, ask and answer questions like a scholar and respect everyone). Thank you, Aysha!P|
|4B||Hamzah||Mrs Maycock||For showing respect when planting his poppy in our poppy field.|
|4C||Callum||Mrs Ayres & Mr Prothero||Callum has shown great respect when talking about Remembrance Day and planting his poppy in the field, while also encouraging others to show respect during this time.|
|5A||Mohid||Miss Norman||Mohid is a polite young man who oozes respect. He treats everyone with the upmost care and he is a role model to his peers.|
|5B||Ayesha||Ms Mustarde||Ayesha is a very polite child and always shows respect, for her work, for herself, peers and staff. A pleasure to teach, thank you Ayesha.|
|5C||Laibah||Mrs Hairon||Laibah is always so respectful to everyone in school, whether they are a child or an adult. Her respect for others is clear for all to see.|
|6A||Aivaleigh||Miss Lucas||Aivaleigh was identified on our Enabling Enterprise trip yesterday as a member of the class who demonstrated a fantastic level of respect whilst working in a group to create a business plan to compete against her classmates.|
|6B||Cirilla||Mrs Thomas-Sloley||When 6B placed their poppies in the grounds this week, Cirilla stopped and paused by her poppy and had a few minutes reflection. This was a really respectful gesture. Thank you for being so respectful.|
|6C||Qirat||Mrs Kennett||Qirat always shows respect towards others. She is always willing to help, stand back and give other an opportunity and does this all with a smile. Thank you Qirat.|