Overall Infant Star of the Week
Class 6 – Year 1 – Ellie
The trophy star of the week in Class 6 is Ellie. Ellie is a very polite and friendly young lady who always demonstrates an excellent example of good behaviour at all times. This term Ellie has really grown in confidence and I am delighted to see her contributing verbally during group and class discussions. This week Ellie has been working extremely hard during the ‘Numeracy’ lessons and shown great determination, whilst trying to calculate new and difficult number problems. She has also been working hard to improve her handwriting skills and is now joining most of her letters correctly. Well done Ellie, it has been a pleasure watching you grow in confidence over the past few months.
Overall Junior Star of the Week
Class 9 – Year 4 – Freya
Freya is a really animated member of the class. She is always keen to contribute to class discussions. She greets us each day with a huge smile and displays a great enthusiasm for learning. She likes to do her best and tries really hard when learning something new. She perseveres with some really complex maths problems often relishing the challenge of something a little bit tricky. Well done Freya, keep up the good work.
Mrs Peck and Mrs Hamilton
Class stars of the Week
Class 2 – Reception – Kensa
Reception star of the week is Kensa. Kensa has worked really hard this week in all areas of her learning. She has been blending her sounds together well in phonics and did some brilliant caption writing. In maths she has worked hard on her adding up and on forming her numbers, checking to make sure she has written them correctly. She is a very kind and enthusiastic member of class and a joy to have in class 2. Well-done Kensa!
Class 3 – Year 1 – Phoebe
Phoebe is class 3’s star of the week. She is a confident reader enjoying the ‘ Happy Families ‘ storybooks and managing to answer questions in the accelerated reading quiz. She has joined the hexagon maths group this week now that her mental arithmetic has improved. She tries very hard in all subjects and has a good memory for facts in history and science. Well-done.
Class 5 – Year 2 – Agnes
Agnes is really working hard, she is focused on her work, settling quickly and completing the task quickly and accurately. She has made great progress with her maths in particular, well done! She is also a lovely writer and has been writing some great similes this week about eagles and swans. Keep up the great work Agnes
Class 8 – Year 3 – Henry
This week’s star of the week goes to Henry. He has a fantastic attitude to learning and approached every take with enthusiasm and positivity. His writing has shown great development this week and he has focused well on his weekly target. Henry has shown great awareness of his audience when playing the guitar, performing a solo in front of the whole class with accuracy and flair. Furthermore, he has practised really hard at home. Well done.
Mrs Connors and Mr Jones
Class 10 – Year 4 – Jessica
I am delighted to give this week’s star of the week to Jessica. Since we have come back from the Easter break Jessica has shown a fantastic positive attitude to all aspects of school life. She has excelled in the classes reading challenge and has the want to improve her handwriting. Jessica is always a well-mannered member of the class and is always looking to see how she can help her peers or myself. When answering questions Jessica is now providing well thought out answers with in depth reasoning!
Keep it up Jessica!
Class 12 – Year 5 – Ella
Ella Seed receives this weeks Class 12 star of the week for independent learning skills in all subjects. Ella is always willing to learn and has made excellent contributions in class this week. She has listened really well and produced some great work. Ella is helpful to others and is a great member of class. Well-done Ellas keep up the great work.
Mr Peck / Mr Matthews
Class 13 – Year 6 – Lilly
Lilly Vicars – Lilly is taking real responsibility for her learning. She has gone home and created her own method for learning her times tables to aid her with her maths. She has also been working with Mrs Turner on her Maths and has asked for more homework on long multiplication and bus stop method division which she is starting to master along with her times table work. Lilly has also shown this week that she is a superstar tennis player and will hopefully be joining Mr Stanlake’s Tennis Club by request from the man himself! Well done, Lilly!
Mr Pollard and Mrs Turner