Reception: Well done Pippa, you are the Learner of the Week this week. When working with Mrs Whitehouse-Sharpe this morning, you were able to find the biggest and smallest number from a random set of digit cards and find the missing numbers in-between. It was lovely to observe! Well done!
Year 1: This week Annie is our learner of the week. I have been so impressed with Annie's 'have a go' attitude this week. When she has found tasks difficult, she has persevered and completed them. Well done Annie!
Year 2: Our learner of the week is Charlie. I have been very impressed with Charlie's attitude towards his learning. When solving problems using fractions, he showed great perseverance and completed the task. During our independent writing this morning, he carefully though about what he needed to include. Keep up the hard work Charlie!
Year 3: Our Year 3 learner of the week is Toby. Toby has been working really hard over the last couple of weeks on his concentration. I have been particularly impressed with Toby this morning; he has tried hard to earn his focus points and has produced some excellent work! Keep it up!
Year 4: Our Year 4 learner of the week is Raife. This week we have been learning about decimals which is something that is quite tricky. Despite this, Raife has tried really hard and is always keen to work his way up the learning ladder. Well done Raife!
Year 5: We have two learners of the week: Albie and Thomas.
Albie showed great perseverance in our computing lesson; he was determined to complete the task using a program called Flowol 2 - an older version of this software and therefore trickier to use! Well done Albie!
Thomas is also our learner of the week. We have been really impressed with Thomas’s speech this week. He is recognising the letters that make sounds and has been using them independently.
Year 6: Tom is our learner of the week. He worked hard in our Science lesson this week, checking his features checklist to ensure he included lots of aspects from this in his writing. Well done Tom - you were focussed and really tried hard to write a good first draft.
Reception: Our learner of the week is Ariana. Ariana has learnt a new skill in maths. She used her new found confidence with doubling numbers to work on her own to complete an activity. Her ability to not only use her maths knowledge but to also demonstrate such independence really impressed! Well done Ariana.
Year 1: This week Joey is our learner of the week. I am very impressed with Joey's attitude to learning this week. He has completed every task that he has given. Keep up the hard work Joey!
Year 2: Our learner of the week is Pippa. Pippa has worked hard and shown great perseverance with her spelling. She is now beginning to proof read her work to check that she has spelt everything correctly. Well done Pippa!
Year 3: Our Year 3 learner of the week is Jessica. I was really impressed with Jess' writing this week. Whilst writing a description of a setting, she thought carefully about her vocabulary and sentence openers. Jess really tried her best. Well done!
Our Year 4 learner of the week is Matilda. I am really impressed with Matilda's 'have a go' attitude. She tries incredibly hard in all subjects and gives everything 100#%. I couldn't ask any more!
Our other Year 4 learner of the week is Ella. I was really impressed with Ella's setting decsription this week. She thought carefully about her choice of vocabulary and tried hard to use a range of sentence structures. Well done Ella!
Year 5: Georgia is our learner of the week. She showed a good understanding of perimeter and area this week and was able to explain her workings when questioned. Well done Georgia!
Year 6: Our learner of the week is Will. Will always challenges himself in our Numeracy lessons. He showed great perseverance and commitment to his learning this week when he continued his work after we had finished our maths lesson! Well done Will.
This week our learner of the week is the whole of Jungle Class! The class have all been working very hard learning all of their sounds. We are so impressed with the enthusiasm they have shown when practicing them. Everyone works together as a team to improve and they enjoy a shared success! Well done Jungle Class.
Year 1: This week Amber is our learner of the week. I was very impressed with Amber's problem solving skills when making Da Vinci's parachute. She worked well with her talk partner exploring different ideas to solve the problem. Well done Amber!
Year 2: Our learner of the week is Barnaby. I was very impressed with Barnaby's problem solving skills when making Da Vinci's parachute. He worked well with his talk partner exploring different ideas to solve the problem. Well done Barnaby!
Year 3: Congratulations Jenson, you are the Learner of the Week this week. You have been chosen as you have worked really hard on writing your newspaper report about the strange happenings in school on Monday 5th March! Jenson wrote a lovely report, including all the writing features required. Well done!
Year 4: Sydney is our Learner of the Week this week. She has worked really hard in maths and in particular with the word problems. Although she has foud them a challenge, she kept going and perservered to get them completed. Well done Sydney!
Year 5: Our learner of the week is Ruby. Ruby has become much more focussed in our Numeracy lessons, showing a good commitment to her learning. You have worked hard this week Ruby. Keep this up!
Year 6: Our learner of the week is Charlie. Charlie has been eager to make his writing the best he can this week. He has been thinking really carefully about the content and punctuation that he is using. Well done Charlie!
Year 1: This week Elliot is our learner of the week. I can always rely on Elliot to listen carefully to instructions on the carpet. He never gives up, even when the task is challenging. Well done Elliot!
Year 2: Our learner of the week is Ned. Ned shows great determination and perseverance in all his work. His 'have a go' attitude is an example to the rest of the class. Well done Ned!
Year 3: Our Year 3 learner of the week is Erin. I was really impressed with Erin’s handwriting during our piece of writing this week. She has tried incredibly hard to make her handwriting joined and neat. Her hard work has paid off! Well done Erin.
Year 4: Our Year 4 learner of the week is Ryan. I am so impressed with Ryan’s ‘have a go’ attitude. No matter what the subject, Ryan will always give something a go even if he finds it difficult. Well done Ryan!
Year 5: Georgia is our learner of the week. She demonstrated good resilience in our maths lesson when faced with some arithmetic questions to complete. Georgia had a go and proved to herself that she can do it! Well done Georgia. Your work was impressive!
Year 6: Georgina is our learner of the week. She is focussed in lessons and listens to well. As year 6 practise test questions, Georgina is showing great improvements in her scores. Well done Georgina – the hard work is paying off. Keep it up!