Star of the Week – 25.1.2019

Mrs Turner

Overhall Infant Star of the Week

Class 6 – Year 2 – Penny

The overall star of the week in KS1 is Penny Learny from Class 6.

This term Penny has returned to school with a very positive learning attitude. She has been working really hard during the numeracy lessons and has demonstrated great perseverance, whilst learning about a selection of graphs and recording information. Penny has also started to display an increase in her stamina by successfully completing most of the Learning Objectives set.

Well-done Penny! I am so proud of you.

Mrs Ruffell


 Overall Junior Star of the Week

Class 13 – Year 6 – Mya 

My star if the week this week is Mya Vigus. Mya has been working extremely hard in the last few weeks and has returned for 2019a different child, a child who is extremely keen to learn, improve and more impressively, ask for help. Whether it is English or Maths, Mya is giving 100% effort and is staring to real the rewards of her efforts, as mentioned Mya was quite reluctant to ask for help, however now she has the confidence to ask her general confidence has began to increase as she is achievement more success in the classroom.

Keep it up Mya, well done.

Mr Stanlake


Class Stars of the Week

Class 2 – Reception – Lowenna

Star of the week from class 2 is Lowenna Jose. Lowenna has had a great start back to school after the holidays and always sets a great example for other children in our class. She is always very helpful and kind, often volunteering to do a job or to help. This week Lowenna has done some great blending in our phonics lessons and has been working hard on her doubling in maths. Well-done Lowenna!

Miss Nidds


Class 4 – Year 1 – Ayveeahnah

Ayveeahnah has done some fantastic work in class 4 this week. Her handwriting has been very neat and she has tried really hard in class.  Ayveeahnah also did some maths independently showing her number bonds to 10 using different ways including the part-hold model.  Well-done Ayveehnah.

Miss Ryan


Class 5 – Year 2 – Miles 

Miles is a very conscientious young man, who always works to the best of his ability. He listen well to instructions and settles down quickly to his work, he really thinks about the task in hand and will take on board any suggestions to further improve its quality. Well done Miles, keep up the great effort.

Mrs Daniels


Class 8 – Year 3 –Dylan 

Dylan has worked really hard in maths this week, answering some really tricky equations and maths problems.
He works so hard in all areas of his school life and is so helpful and kind to his friends and staff at Penpol.

Well-done Dylan!

Mrs Connors / Mr Jones


Class 9 – Year 4 – Peyton 

Peyton has made a great start to the new term.  She is working really hard in class and making some great progress. Not only is she working well in lessons but she is also proving to be a great friend to anyone who needs it.  She is a great role model and is often used by adults to demonstrate what great independent learning looks like. Well done Peyton, keep up the good work.

Mrs Hamilton / Mr Jones


Class 11 – Year 5 – Josh

Josh is an incredibly conscientious and determined student.  He always tries hard at everything he does, asking for help if unsure.

A real asset to the class, Josh’s positivity and calmness under pressure is an excellent example of why he ends the week as star of the week.  Keep it up, Josh!

Mr Pollard / Mr Emery


Class 14 – Year 6 – Nathan

I was really impressed with Nathan’s practical skills when making his Morse code machine recently. He made it all independently and took great care with the design and finish. I have also been pleased with his understanding in maths and he has been enjoying the work on adding and subtracting fractions. In English, he is now producing more writing and his presentation of work is improving. Keep it up Nathan!

Mr Peck