Stars of the Week – 22.3.2019

Mrs Turner

Overall Infant Star of the Week

Class 3 – Year 1 – Dakota

Our star of the week is Dakota. Dakota is a quiet and conscientious member of our class and we all think she is a superstar! She always shows great kindness to everyone in Class 3 and helps adults in school every day by tidying away playtime toys. Dakota listens carefully in class and has done some super Writing about the Snail and the Whale over this half term using time words and adjectives to make her Writing interesting. Well done Dakota, you are a pleasure to have in Class 3.

Mrs Jones

Overall Junior Star of the Week

Class 7 – Year 3 – Remy

Remy is a star every week. He puts 100% effort into whatever he is doing. He is a creative writer with extremely neat handwriting and presentation. Remy likes to challenge himself especially with his reading. He has been particularly good at learning and applying new mathematical ideas and is always willing to help others. He extends his learning at home; creating models, posters and even taking trips to the theatre.

Remy is helpful, organised and a reliable member of the class. His peer chose him to be class councillor after he delivered a well thought out speech. Remy is always keen to share what he has been doing in these meetings and can confidently talk about this in front of the whole class.

Well done Remy, keep up the great work!

Mrs Peck

Class Stars of the Week

Class 2 – Reception – Keira 

Class 2’s star of the week is Keira.  Keira is a very kind and helpful member of our class and always has a smile for those around her.  This week, Keira has done some great learning in maths by using her knowledge of numbers in our money work.  She is making great progress in her reading and has really impressed me this week with how far she has come in her phonics.  Well-done Keira, on a brilliant week

Miss Nidds

Class 4 –Year 1 –Anya

Big congratulations to Anya. She is Star of the Week in Class 4. Anya has produced some fantastic descriptive writing this week using excellent adjectives and verbs. She changed the well-known story, ‘The Snail and the Whale’, to create a new story about a whale and a starfish. Great-writing Anya. Well done.

Miss Ryan

Class 5 –Year 2–Caitlyn

Class 5 star of week is Caitlyn

Caitlyn thoroughly deserves the star or the week for her amazing progress in her maths work. She has grown in confidence and is happy to tackle any mathematical task with enthusiasm and increasing accuracy. Well done Caitlyn, keep up the tremendous effort; you are doing brilliantly!

Mrs Daniels

Class  8 – Year 3 –Maddie

Class 8 star of the week is Maddie

Maddie has been working really hard at home and school. She has been doing some excellent diary and story writing at home.

Mrs Connors / Mr Jones

Class 9 – Year 4 – Tilly

Tilly consistently works hard and to the best of her ability.  She has done really well in maths this week, adding fractions and completing way more sums than expected. She listens carefully in lessons and grasps new concepts quickly.  She has a very mature attitude to her work and really enjoys a mathematical challenge. Well done Tilly, Happy Birthday and keep up the good work.

Mrs Hamilton / Mr Jones

Class 11 –Year 5 –Tilly

Tilly has shown a great level of maturity this week whilst also putting her all into her work and being a regular contributor to class discussions. She is a great role model for others to look up to. Well done, Tilly!

Mr Pollard / Mr Emery

Class 14 – Year 6 – Sam 

Sam has worked extremely hard in all areas and now regularly has his hand up to engage in classroom discussions or give his thoughts. He has a great attitude to work, super listening skills and wants to achieve in his learning. He has been very impressive in maths where he has taken on many greater depth problem-solving challenges. I have been very pleased with your creative writing this week Sam. Well done!

Mr Peck