Year 1: This week Elodie is our learner of the week. What a super first week you have had iin Woodland Class! You are always listening to instructions on the carpet and are beginning to complete your tasks independently. Well done Elodie!
Year 2: Our learner of the week is Joey. I have been very impressed with your work in Maths this week. You have participated in the activities on the carpet and then completed tasks independently. What a star!
Year 3: Our Year 3 learner of the week is Susie. She has been a real ‘have a go gorilla’ this week. Susie has given all of her tasks a go even if she is unsure. This has been particularly noticeable in maths, well done Susie! Keep it up.
Year 4: Our Year 4 learner of the week is all of the children in Year 4. Every single one of them has come back to school with a positive attitude towards their learning. They have all been incredibly caring towards the new members of the class, helping them when needed. They have also set an excellent example with their behaviour. Well done!
Year 5: Ella is our learner of the week. She has really settled into Desert Class well. Ella has been a great ‘Persevering Parrot’ and has worked hard in all of her lessons. A great start to year 5, Ella. Well done!
Year 6: We have two Year 6 Learners of the Week. Our first learner of the week is Georgia. Georgia has come back to school with such a good attitude towards her learning and is praised for being a ‘Have a Go’ Gorilla. After our maths lessons this week, Georgia asked to take home the Greater Depth tasks to work on at home. She always challenges herself in her learning and strives to achieve her very best. Well done Georgia!
Year 6: Olivia G is also our learner of the week. She has been a super ‘Busy Bee’ this week. Her teamwork skills are fantastic and she is such a lovely member of the class, being so supportive to all of her peers. Well done Olivia and thank you.
This week our first learner of the week for the year is Lottie! Lottie has worked really hard settling in to school and learning all of the new routines. She knows to sit on the carpet ready to listen and is always keen to share what she has learned or what she knows. Well done Lottie!
Year 1: This week Meg is our learner of the week. What a great week you have had! You were especially helpful on transition day, showing the new Year 1s how they should behave and helping them if they needed it. Well done Meg!
Year 2: Our learner of the week is Isabelle. It has not gone unnoticed how hard you are working at the moment. You always try your hardest with any task you are given. Well done Isabelle!
Year 3: Our Year 3 learner of the week is Ryan. I am really impressed with how much his attitude towards learning has improved over the year. Ryan tries hard to listen carefully and he set a good example to the new Year 3s on transition day. Well done!
Year 4: Our Year 4 learner of the week is Matilda. I was so impressed with her during the ‘step up’ day at the High School. She listened carefully, tried hard and even made a new friend. Well done Matilda!
Year 5: Georgia is our learner of the week. Mrs Moseley and I have been really impressed with Georgia's confidence and participation in the Arts Day activities and Sporting Challenge, both transition activities at the High School this week. Georgia's confidence and self-belief has grown enormously this year which is great to see. Well done Georgia.
Year 6: All of our Year 6s are learners of the week. They have received their SAT results this week and we are so proud of every single one of them. They have focussed as Year 6s and their hard work has paid off. Congratulations to you all!
Reception: Our learner of the week is Charlie! Charlie has shown real perseverance recently. He has shown he is able to come into class happily with a smile on his face every day. Charlie is setting a great example by coming to school with such a positive attitude. Well done Charlie.
Year 1: This week Annie is our learner of the week. What a super week you have had. You are listening carefully and completing every task that you are given. Keep up the hard work Annie!
Year 2: Our learner of the week is Harvey-Jo. I was very impressed with Harvey-Jo's behaviour when we visited Kingston Maurward this week. He showed great enthusiasm when learning about all the animals. Well done Harvey-Jo.
Our learners of the week are the whole of Ocean Class! They have worked incredibly hard during their assessment week this week. They have concentrated, tried their hardest and keep a positive attitude throughout. They have really shown off what they have learnt this year. Well done!
Year 5: Thomas is our learner of the week. He has been a 'Have a Go' gorilla. Thomas showed a good level of concentration when creating a painting in the style of Clarice Cliff. He kept within the lines drawn and used a variety of vibrant colours. Well done Thomas!
Year 6: Becky is our learner of the week for being a 'Curiosity Cat'. She has explored the Maya civilisation in our Quest sessions, researching and producing lots of good quality work. As an extension task, she is now using Google Sites to create a webpage to share all the new information that she has found out. You have worked hard on this unit, Becky - well done!
Our learner of the week this week is Harry. Harry has worked extremely hard this week with his writing. He showed great determination and perseverance when completing a long piece of writing about a naughty hungry seagull! Harry has set a fantastic example. Well done Harry!
Year 1: This week Thomas is our learner of the week. I have been very impressed with your hard work across all areas of the curriculum this week. Well done Thomas!
Year 2: Our learner of the week is Jai. You have been working incredibly hard on your sounds, not only with me but also with Mrs Proyer. Keep up the hard work Jai!
Year 3: Our year 3 learners of the week are Darcie and Toby who have been ‘Buzzy Bees’ during our challenges this week. They have worked together really well ensuring that they both understood the answers. Well done!
Year 4: Our year 4 learners of the week are Joshua and Olivia. This week the children have worked in pairs to complete series of revision challenges. Olivia and Josh have worked extremely well together, ensuring that they both understand where their answers have come from. They have been real ‘Buzzy Bees!’
Year 5 and 6: Our learners of the week are Neve and Tom. They have both been Persevering Parrots'. Neve and Tom missed some of our Literacy lessons recently but since coming back to school, they have worked really hard to catch up. First of all, they had to finish their first draft of their newspaper report, then edit and make improvements and finally type it up using Word. They have then considered how to improve the presentation: using columns, justifying the writing, changing fonts, adding images and text boxes. The nearly-finished pieces are looking fantastic! Well done Neve and Tom for working so hard on this.