Stars of the Week


Infant Star of the Week

Class 1 – Receptioin – Martha

Martha’s infectious enthusiasm, diligence, determination and perseverance makes her star of the week this week. She is amazing. Martha takes everything in her stride, is quietly confident and always completes her work to the best of her ability. Martha’s writing is amazing. She is linking sounds to letters, attempting complex words and is forming sentences. She is already working well within her early learning goal for maths too. During our trip to the seal sanctuary this week, she was interested, happy and inquisitive. Well done to Marvellous Martha.

Miss Aspden

 

Junior Star of the Week

Class 14 – Year 6 – Jack

Overall Junior star of the week this week is Jack from Class 14.  Jack always sets the perfect example for other children to follow and his behaviour in class is always outstanding because he listens well to instructions.  Jack has produced some amazing work in writing this week and thoroughly deserves this award.  Well-done Jack!

Mr Wise


Class Stars of the Week

Class 1 – Reception –Nicholas

Class 2’s star of the week is Nicholas. Nicholas set his sights on getting star of the week just before half term and we have been amazed at the effort he has been putting into his learning this week. Nicholas has been writing some great sentences and thinking carefully about which sounds to use in order to make sure his writing makes sense. He has been a great partner when doing group work with his learning partner and has been listening carefully to what they have to say as well as giving his own ideas. Well done Nicholas, keep up the good work!

Miss Nidds

 

Class 4 – Year 1 – Flora

This week’s star of the week in class 4 is Flora. Flora has been working really hard this week using adjectives and commas in her writing. Well done Flora, your writing is sounding really interesting with all of these wonderful adjectives. Top marks!

Miss Ryan

 

Class 6 – Year 2 – Callum

The star of the week in Class 6 is Callum. This week Callum has been working extremely hard to improve his letter formation and increase the amount of written work he produces. He has displayed great perseverance during the ‘English’ lessons and demonstrated that he can work well with other members of the class, whilst researching for information. He also produced a great ‘Split Pin’, puppet to go on our ‘Seaside Holidays of the Past’, wall display. Well done Callum and keep up the hard work!

Mrs Ruffell

  

Class 7  – Year 3 – Tom

Tom has been working hard to improve his handwriting skills and is just beginning to make great progress with his letter shapes.  Tom is improving his concentration span and is taking pride in his work and finishing given tasks.  So most excellent work Tom, well-done.

Mrs Jane

 

Class 9  – Year 4Eia  

Eia is a conscientious learner who is able to work independently. She has a very mature attitude to learning and will often finish tasks set well within the time allowed. She then asks for the next challenge and is often able to complete this as well. She works well with others and will often take the lead in paired work, explaining herself clearly and working fairly. Well done Eia, keep up the good work.

Mrs Hamilton / Mrs Peck

 

Class 12 – Year 5 – Gabrielle 

I have been very impressed with Gabby’s writing recently. She has worked so hard on her Greek myth, taking time to build the plot slowly with adventurous vocabulary and detail. This week, her Greek play script was excellent. She has brought in a recount homework based on our most recent Porthpean Camp trip and it is full of humour, energy and is a well-presented piece of work, which will hold many memories. Gabby gets involved with many aspects of school life including after school clubs. She was brilliant with the bat in a quick cricket session this week. Knocked us for six!! Well-done Gabby!

Mr Peck

 

Class 13 – Year 6 – Sammy 

Sammy has been a great role model and inspiration for the other children in Year 6 this week. She was the first to finish her poster giving information about a country in the forthcoming world cup and it was of excellent quality, so she set the bar high for the other children to try to beat. We have also started play rehearsals this week and she has shown that she can improvise and bring her own character to a part in equal measure. Well done Sammy, a great week!

Mr Pollard