Behaviour

As part of the review of the Behaviour Policy it was felt that a ‘team point’ system would be a positive reward system and encourage the children to work together.

The children chose the names for the four new school teams. They thought of something that linked to Farway and they talked about The Tom Putt apple tree. Rev. Tom Putt was reputedly the founder of Farway School and his crest is on the road side elevation. Therefore the new teams are all names of different types of apple trees and the children’s school aims, which link to the core Christian Values, are called The Farway Orchard Aims’.
The children gain points for demonstrating that they are following these aims. So far the children are working really hard together to gain points and they enjoy finding out the winning team during each Friday Sharing Assembly.

The new Federation Behaviour Policy is given below: