Year 1: Our year 1 learner of the week is Elinor. Elinor has shown great perseverance in tackling her activities this week. Even when they were a little challenging, she kept on trying. Well done!
Year 2: Our year 2 learner of the week is Charlie. During our Quest activities, Charlie challenged himself by choosing a difficult activity to complete and showed great perseverance whilst doing so.
Year 3: Our Year 3 learner of the week is Toby. I was so impressed with Toby’s determination and perseverance this week in gymnastics. The children were creating sequences using balances. Toby worked incredibly hard to develop a range of balances including some tricky ones! Well done Toby!
Year 4: Our Year 4 learner of the week is Myles. He has been working incredibly hard in maths this term. He always challenges himself and perseveres with things if he finds them difficult. Myles works extremely hard to climb the learning ladder. Well done!
Year 5: Neve is our learner of the week. She produced some excellent maths work at the beginning of the week on negative numbers, working up her learning ladder and succeeding in completing her greater depth challenges. In subsequent lessons, the year 5s used their skills learnt and applied them to word problems. This was challenging but Neve persevered. Well done Neve! Your hard work paid off.
Year 6: Our learner of the week is Tabatha. In our Literacy lesson on Wednesday, she wrote a great piece of dialogue with excellent complex punctuation, including brackets and dashes for parenthesis. Well done Tabatha! This was a piece of writing to be proud of. Keep it up.
Year 1: This week Harley is our learner of the week. Harley has worked hard to improve his writing with great perseverence and determinatrion. He should be very proud of what he has achieved. Well done!
Year 2: Our learner of the week is Ned. I can always rely on Ned to try his best and persevere, even when the task is challenging. He approaches all aspects of school life with enthusiasm and is always keen to improve his work. Well done!
Year 3: Our Year 3 learner of the week is Sebbie. I have been so impressed with his positive attitude over the last few days. He has tried incredibly hard with his work, persevering if he found it tricky. He has also been doing more work than he has been asked to do on his task card. Well done!
Year 4: Our Year 4 learner of the week is Raife. Year 4 have been learning about symmetry in maths this week and some of them have found it quite tricky. I have been really impressed with Raife’s perseverance and determination. Well done Raife!
Year 5: Darcey is our learner of the week. She missed the WOW Talk planning session yesterday so had to work extra hard today on her WOW Write. Well done Darcey - you showed great resilience today.
Year 6: Our learner of the week is Georgina. Georgina has shown great perseverance this week when improving and writing her final draft of her WOW Write about Oliver Twist. This has been an extended project for Year 6 but very worthwhile. Well done Georgina - an excellent piece of writing produced!
We had lots to celebrate in our Celebration Assembly this week!
Our learner of the week this week is Charlie. Charlie has worked so hard learning all of the school routines and he always joins in with our class activities. He has worked especially hard learning to count and recognise some numbers. Well done Charlie!
Year 1:This week Joey is our learner of the week. Joey didn't give up when we were writing our sentences this week. He wrote an amazing sentences and should be very proud of himself. Well done Joey!
Year 2: Our learner of the week is Amelie. Amelie always enjoys a challenge and never gives up, even when she finds the work a little challenging. Well done Amelie!
Year 3: Our Year 3 learner of the week is Jessica. Jessica has tried really hard with her times tables this week. She has persevered with learning them and did brilliantly on her times tables test! Well done Jess.
Year 4: Our Year 4 learner of the week is Matilda. Matilda showed perseverance in maths this week whilst using the column method to subtract four digit numbers. She worked really hard and made excellent progress!
Year 5: Ava is our learner of the week. She has made a great start to Year 5 and is working hard in every lesson. In maths, she is striving to work up the learning ladder and achieve her very best. Well done Ava.
Year 6: Our learner of the week is Calum. Calum has been really focussed this week and keen to improve his WOW Write. He has added some complex punctuation and improved his vocabulary also. I look forward to reading the final version Calum, next week! Well done.
Reception: Our learner of the week this week is Isabella. She has done so well settling into school and getting used to all the new routines. Isabella has quickly become a very confident and independant member of the class, Well done Isabella!
Year 1: This week Amber is our learner of the week. Amber is an example to the rest of the class. She always listens carefully, tries her best and as a result has produced some fantastic work. Well done1
Year 2: Our learner of the week is Pippa. It has not gone unnoticed how quickly you get settled in class, especially with our start of the day spelling activity. Keep up the hard work!
Year 3: Our learner of the week is Verity. I am really impressed with how hard Verity works on her independent tasks. Mrs Proyer was also impressed with Verity this week when they were working together to improve her Wow Write. Verity worked really hard during this time and had some excellent ideas.
Year 4: Our learner of the week is Sam. Sam has had a fantastic start to year 4. He has shown a really positive attitude towards his learning, working hard and fulfilling his potential within lessons. Well done Sam - keep it up!
Year 5: Our learner of the week is Ruby. In class, we have been linking our writing to Oliver Twist. Ruby has been really focussed and has produced fantastic pieces of writing. Well done Ruby! I have enjoyed reading your work. :)
Year 6: Our learner of the week is Tom. Tom has made a great start to Year 6. He puts 100% into everything he is asked to do. Tom completed extra tasks on SPaG.com to practise and improve further also. This is great! Well done Tom.