Stars of the Week

Mrs Turner

Junior Star of the Week

Class 7 – Year 3 – Agnes

I am very pleased with the effort that Agnes has been putting into all her work. She has been working hard to improve her reading, spelling and to learn her times tables. Agnes is using her pen confidently and producing extremely neat handwriting. She has brought in loads of extra homework, including some beautiful drawings. She is a friendly and helpful member of the class.

Well done Agnes, keep up the good work.

Mrs Peck

Class Stars of the Week

Class 4 –Year 1 – Skye

A great start to the term Skye.  Skye has done some fantastic maths this week. She tries really hard and never gives up. Well-done Skye keep up the fantastic work.

Miss Ryan

Class 5 –Year 2– Rafaella

Rafe has settled in to her new class brilliantly. She is working hard and trying her best in all subjects and producing some lovely work. Well done Rafaella, keep up the great effort.

Mrs Daniels

Class 8 – Year 3 – Cove

This week, Year 3 Star of the Week is awarded to Cove.  Cove is a model pupil who bounces into class every day with an excellent attitude to learning.  Cove has worked extremely hard in writing this week and performed well in science and maths.  Cove enthusiasm for learning is infectious and he is very helpful and positive towards his fellow peers.    Well-done Cove.

Mrs Connors / Mr Jones

Class 9 – Year 4 – Ivan

Ivan has settled into class 9 really well.  He works really hard and is trying his best. He makes interesting contributions to discussions on the topics we are studying and has already completed extra research at home relating these topics.  He has brought in books and drawings.  Well done Ivan a great start to the year.

Mrs Hamilton

Class 11–Year 5 – Luke

Luke has proven in the short time that we have known him that he is an astute, bright and attentive individual with his own mind. He joins in terrifically well with class debates and is an asset to the class.

Well-done Luke!

Mr Pollard

Class 14 –Year 6 – Leja

I have been very impressed with Leja’s attitude to learning since the beginning of term. She has been working hard and getting more involved with class discussions, putting her hand up to contribute with more confidence. I have been pleased with her efforts in maths and her understanding of place value. She has been trying hard with writing and really wants to improve her work. A great start to the year Leja. Keep it up!

Mr Peck