Overall Infant Star of the Week
Class 3 – Year 1 – Evan
Evan is our overall star of the week. He is exceptional in all ways. His speech and understanding is well beyond his age. He reads, writes and explains mathematical problems with ease. He is also a kind and thoughtful friend to many in the class. He is strong and controlled in gymnastics and is a super hula hooper ! Well-done Evan I know you will keep it up.
Overall Junior Star of the Week
Class 12 – Year 5 – Jessica
The Star of the week in Class 12 this week is Jessica.
Jessica is usually to be found with her head down working at a tremendous pace. She loves working and just doesn’t seem to stop. Not only is she a fantastic worker but she also is amazing at helping others – she always has her hand up to contribute to discussion in class and is never short of a very interesting question or two. To top it all, she does all of this with an amazing smile on her face. Well-done Jessica.
Class Stars of the Week
Class 2 – Reception – Isla
Star of the week from class 2 is Isla.
Isla comes into school every day with a smile and brilliant enthusiasm for her learning. This week Isla has brought in some great learning she has done at home to show the class and has been busy practising both her sounds and numbers. She always joins in with group activities and is kind to other children in the class. Well done Isla, a well deserved star of the week!
Class 4 –Year 1 –Tilly
This week’s star of the week is Tilly from Class 4. I am really impressed with Tilly’s math’s this week. She has been using the part whole model to represent teen numbers. Tilly is really getting the hang of tens and ones. Well-done Tilly. Great stuff!
Class 5 –Year 2– Bruce
Bruce is a lovely member of the class, who is helpful and well behaved, one of the first to be on the carpet and ready to start even before I am! He settles quickly to his work and tries his best, well done Bruce, keep up the great effort
Class 8 – Year 3 – Chloe
We are really happy to say that Mrs Connors’ and Mr Jones’ choice to Star of the Week this time goes to Chloe. She has worked very hard in all aspects of her school life but most notably with her writing.
This week she has come up with some great ideas in English lessons and written longer pieces of writing each day. Well done Chloe, You really are our ‘star’ this week.
Mrs Connors / Mr Jones
Class 9 – Year 4 – Zach
Zach has had a great first term in year 4. He listens really carefully, is often one of the first people ready to start his learning and has been used on numerous occasions as an example of how to behave. We have been particularly impressed with some of his writing. He has been really creative and has used some really exciting vocabulary, especially in our poetry writing. Well-done Zach.
Class 11 –Year 5 – Ollie
Ollie is putting constant effort in in class. He is also bringing in a lot of extra homework, proving how creative he is. He has lots of ideas and regularly brings these into his work that he produces. Well-done Ollie!
Mr Pollard / Mr Emery
Class 14 –Year 6 – Harvey
I have been very impressed with Harvey’s attitude to learning this week. He has been working harder and getting more achieved during lesson time. I have been pleased with his effort in maths and he has been enjoying the work on fractions, even asking for extra homework around the subject. He worked well during the science investigation and likes working scientifically. Harvey is always helpful in class. A great week Harvey – keep it up!
What an amazing half term it has been. Thank you to everyone who has contributed to our Extreme Reading Challenge. It has been incredible to see the exciting adventures your reading has taken you.
Infant and Junior winners will be announced this Friday.
Have a lovely Christmas!
Keeeeeeeeeeeep Reading 🙂
Classes and 5 and 6 took to the stage on 5th December to retell the traditional nativity story and there wasn’t a dry eye in the house.
The children from both classes, worked extremely hard to learn the words to many songs and readings and also to know when they had a part to play.
The performance was a complete success with all children demonstrating great confidence and stage presence.
– Mrs Ruffell
” I liked it when we sang All around the World” – Lily, Class 6
” I enjoyed being a king and wearing a crown” – Tommy, Class 6
“I enjoyed learning my words and reading them out to everyone” – Rafaella, Class 5
“I enjoyed singing the King’s song” – James, Class 5
Over the last two weeks each class in Key Stage 2 has taken part in the Hour of Code. For those unfamiliar, Hour of Code is a worldwide event which encourages school children to spend an hour having fun by problem solving through writing code.
Each year some amazing activities are created and this year schools around the world got to enjoy spending an hour Dance Party and coding their characters to dance their favourite moves.
But enough of me talking about it, here’s a fab video of the children enjoying choreographing their very own Dance Party!
– Mr Woolcock
This is the second year we’ve taken part in the international Hour of Code – you can read more about the children’s Minecraft adventure last year below: