Learner of the week is Lucas. Lucas used his phonic knowledge to help him write a simple sentence. He always tries hard. Well done Lucas.
Georgia is our learner of the week this week. She wrote a wonderful shopping list for the Jumblies in literacy. Georgia came up with some super ideas for nonsense things for the Jumblies to buy and made sure she used lots of alliteration. Well done Georgia.
Chloe has been chosen as learner of the week for excellent work in numeracy. She was able to use the 3 and 4 timetables to help solve problems involving money. Well done Chloe!
Our Learner of the Week this week is Shannon. Shannon has been working really hard in Numeracy lessons and achieved really well on her mental maths test this week. Well done Shannon. Keep up the good work.
Mrs Whitehouse-Sharpe has chosen Cerys for Learner of the Week. Cerys worked independently and really hard to create a recycled bug. It was really original!
Mrs Vail has chosen Oliver SS from the sock puppet workshop. Oliver worked all by himself and came up with an original idea for a sock puppet - a King Dragon!
Miss Evans has chosen Harrison. Harrison came up with his own idea for a spider which he then made all by himself, carefully attaching the legs.
Miss Dixon has chosen Lewis H for Learner of the Week. He worked very carefully to finish his bottle fish and then helped other children complete theirs. This was lovely to see.
Mrs Bailey has chosen Zoe from the Heart Art workshop. Zoe created a recycled heart and used a range of materials to decorate it.
Dolly made her own treasure map at home. Kara made an eye patch, hook and a hat. She dressed her teddy as a pirate with a costume she had made. Well done Dolly and Kara.
Our learner of the week this week is Liam P. He has worked so hard this week. Liam could have earned learner of the week for his literacy and big writing, but his work in numeracy was fantastic. Liam was able to use blocks to make measurements in the classroom. Well done Liam.
Our learner of the week is Lucy. Lucy is a conscientious pupil and always works hard, trying her best in every subject. Well done Lucy and keep it up!
Learner of the week is Becky. She made a bag for Jack to carry the gold coins from the Giant's castle. She selected her material and chose staples and masking tape to join it together. Well done Becky!
Both Lissie and Tiago have been chosen as learners of the week. In Literacy, they concentrated really well, worked independently and used their learning targets to help them achieve fantastic results!
This week we have been learning about shape poems. The class wrote a shape poem about a snail. Alice wrote a fantastic poem with good descriptive words. The children also had to write a poem about a strawberry and Alice came up with some great ideas!
Learner of the week is Lewis P. He has worked really hard this week and really tried his best in everything he has been asked to do. In particular, his Numeracy work has been excellent and he worked independently to produce fantastic work! Well done Lewis!