At Firs Primary School, we have high expectations of the children’s behaviour and encourage respect for others and self-discipline. We strive to raise children’s self-esteem so that they are confident and have a sense of pride.
This term we are launching a new reward system for behaviour/attitudes to learning. Class Dojo is a popular reward system that is used in many schools across the country.
Each child will be given their own Dojo character and will gain points for the following attitudes: (FIRSY 5)
Fascinated- they inspire and encourage others.
Independent- they get on with their learning.
Respectful- they use their manners.
Sociable- they get along with others and can work as part of a team
You can do it- they keep going and don’t give up when things are hard.
A rocket powered concert fuelled by the energetic ideas & musical sparks of young minds @DerbyTheatre. With students from @derbycollege & 3 schools performing original songs they created with our orchestra. This show is fully #BSL interpreted.
What a day! Inspiration day for #VivaEnergy w/ @becketprimary @firsderby @derbycollege @BemroseSchool including jenga coal mining, saving ducks from an oil spillage, powering street lights with solar, wind & coal power, insulation warming experiments, singing, making new rhythms,
Today some children from Firs have been learning about renewable energy and fossil fuels. Can we mine coal without destroying forests? Can we easily clean up an oil spill? Will fossil fuels last forever?