Behaviour & General Conduct
Behaviour and General Conduct
Lower Farm Primary Behaviour for Learning
Positive relationships based on mutual respect is a fundamental principle at Lower Farm Primary. The school Behaviour Policy is therefore designed to enhance this crucial skill, enabling children to interact in a positive way within an environment where everyone feels secure. Our approach to behaviour management is underpinned by Restorative Practice & Emotion Coaching.
Rewards for good behaviour are an important part of the policy and include praise, stickers and dojo points. Certificates are presented weekly in our celebration assembly for pupils demonstrating our school values ( Happiness, Tolerance, Friendship, Co-operation, Honesty, Reflection & Respect). Headteacher "Privilege Time" also rewards good behaviour each half term.
During the first few days of a new school year each teacher ensures children understand the behavioural expectations of Lower Farm Primary and a set of class rules is agreed and set. These are referred to throughout the year and have an emphasis on promoting good behaviour.
All adults in school have high expectations of the children in terms of behaviour and take an active role in promoting this at all times.