Learners of the Week

Jungle Class

Reception:  This week we found it very difficult to choose a learner of the week so we choose the whole of Jungle Class.  The class has worked with lots of different teachers this week and all the teachers have said how fantastic they have been. They did another brilliant class assembly and showed off their writing, singing, football and art skills.  Well done Jungle Class

Woodland Class

Year 1: Our learner of the week is Sebbie. Sebbie has had a fantastic week in class and outside during breaktimes and lunchtimes. Well done Sebbie and keep it up!

Year 2: Our learner of the week is Tom B. I have been really impressed with the work Tom has completed in our Numeracy lessons this week. He has worked really hard! Well done Tom!

Ocean Class

Year 3: Our Year 3 learner of the week is Darcey. Darcey has had a fantastic week in literacy. She has worked really hard to include all of the things which we have been learning about. Keep it up!

Year 4: Our Year 4 learner of the week is Lucas. Despite just getting back from holiday, Lucas came straight in got on with his work. He even had to do some extra work with Ms Sellick and he got on like he had never been away!

Desert Class

Year 5: Henry is our learner of the week. In Literacy today, the children were using a thesaurus to improve their vocabulary and then using this to generate their first draft of their sentences, in preparation for their chronological reports. Henry thought very carefully about his sentence openers and structures. The quality of his writing was superb and very impressive! I can't wait for the final piece to come together next week.

Year 6: Harvey has completed some excellent work in our Numeracy lessons this week. He showed an excellent understanding of adding and subtracting proper and improper fractions. Well done Harvey. This was some tricky maths!

Jungle Class

Reception: Our learner of the week is Amelie. She has been working so hard in maths and her work has been amazing. Amelie has shown she can add and subtract using not only objects but also a number line. She even went home drew her own number line and used it to solve some additions she had thought of. Well done Amelie, keep up the fantastic work.

Woodland Class

Year 1: Verity is our learner of the week. Verity has had a super week in class, working really hard in everything she has been asked to do. Well done Verity!

Year 2: Our learner of the week is Olivia. She can be relied upon to always try her best and has produced some work of excellent quality this week. Keep it up, Olivia!

Ocean Class

Year 3: This week our learner of the week is Georgia. She has shown an incredibly positive attitude towards her assessments this week. She worked really hard and had a smile throughout! Well done Georgia.

Year 4: Congratulations to Tom who has been chosen as learner of the week. Whilst playing 'Bucket Ball', he was an excellent team player. He supported others and made sure that all children were included in the game fairly. Well done Tom!

Desert Class

Year 5: Rupert is our learner of the week. He has been coming into school independently and positively. This is a huge improvement! Well done Rupert.

Year 6: Finn is our learner of the week. He has been working hard to improve the quality of his writing to meet all of the targets on his learning ladder. Well done Finn. Keep up the hard work.

Jungle Class

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Woodland Class

Year 1: Jessica is our learner of the week. She has really impressed us in class this week with her participation and hard work in our Numeracy lessons. Well done Jessica. Keep it up!

Year 2: Henry is our learner of the week. He had been poorly earlier in the week and returned on Friday when we were doing our Big Write. Even though he had not been in class for the planning stage, Henry got on really well and made no fuss. Well done Henry and thank you for working so hard.

Ocean Class

Year 3: This week our Year 3 learner of the week is Olivia. Olivia has worked really hard this week in everything we have done. We have talked a lot about ‘engaging our brains’ and Olivia’s has definitely been engaged!

Year 4: Congratulations to Calum who is our learner of the week this week. We have had a very busy week and they have all worked incredibly hard. Calum has come in each day with a positive attitude and has worked incredibly hard.

Desert Class

Year 5: Our learner of the week is Maemi. She has had a really mature approach to our units of work in class this week. Maemi has contributed well to discussions and ask sensible questions. Well done Maemi!

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Jungle Class

Reception:  Our Learner of the week is Harvey-Jo because he has worked hard all week. He has written a fantastic story about ‘The Naughty Jet’ and in maths he was able to show how brilliant he is at counting, recognising and ordering numbers to 20. Well done Harvey-Jo.

Woodland Class

Year 1:  Congratulations Darcie, you are the Learner of the Week.  You wrote a lovely letter in Literacy this week and you have tried hard in everything you have done.  Well done, keep up the hard work!

Year 2:  Joshua is the learner of the Week this week.  He worked really hard with Mrs Wood in his SATs Reading paper. Mrs Wood was very impressed with your determination Joshua - well done!

Ocean Class

Year 3: This week our Year 3 learner of the week is Thomas. Thomas has worked very independently this week and has done so really well. We are also very pleased with his number work. Well done Thomas!

Year 4: Congratulations to Calum and Georgina! They worked fantastically well as a team to make and paint a map of their chosen continent. They should be really proud of their finished product!

Desert Class

Year 5: Our learner of the week is Sam. I have been impressed with the care and effort that Sam has put into his Maths tests this week. He read each question carefully and really thought about what he was being asked to do. Sam has really shown what he is capable of this week. Well done Sam!

Year 6: Our learner of the week is Will. Will has worked really hard on his tests this week. He demonstrated confidence in every test he sat but still checked his work thoroughly once he had finished. Well done Will!

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