Learners of the Week

Jungle Class

Reception:

Woodland Class

Year 1:  In Year 1, our learner of the week is Hazel.  This week Hazel has worked really hard especially in Numeracy.  She worked independently on some very difficult sums.  Well done Hazel!

Year 2:  In Year 2, our learner of the week is Sammy.  This week Sammy has worked really well in all subjects.  He is putting his hand up and making sensible contributions to our discussions.  Well done Sammy!

Ocean Class

Year 3: This week our Year 3 learner of the week is Eve. At the beginning of the week, Eve was finding our work on time really tricky. She persevered throughout the week and has made a huge improvement!

Year 4: Congratulations to Alfie who is our Year 4 learner of the week. Alfie has been an absolute star in maths this week! He can read time to the nearest minute and can convert between the 12 and 24 hour clock.

Desert Class

Year 5: Our learner of the week is Leah. When going through practise papers this week, Leah has worked really hard and contributed well to discussions. She has a superb attitude towards her learning. Well done Leah!

Year 6: Erin is our learner of the week. Erin is a conscientious learner and works hard at everything she is asked to do. Keep this up, Erin!

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Jungle Class

Reception:

Woodland Class

Year 1:

Year 2:

Ocean Class

Year 3: This week our Year 3 learner of the week is Ruby. I have been particularly impressed with Ruby’s skills during athletics. She is able to run using the correct technique and is amazing at jumping!

Year 4: Congratulations to Lucas who is our Year 4 learner of the week. Lucas has been working particularly hard in maths recently. He is making sure that he ignores surrounding distractions and has been working his way quickly up the learning ladder. Well done!

Desert Class

Year 5: Our learner of the week is Liam.

Year 6: Phoebe is our learner of the week.

In our Big Write, both Liam and Phoebe produced pieces of writing to be proud of. Both used a variety of complex punctuation with accuracy and well-thought through sentence structures too. Well done Liam and Phoebe!

Jungle Class

Reception: Our Learner of the week is Susie.  Susie has worked really hard all week. She did some amazing story writing and was able to sound out to spell words and write some brilliant sentences. Susie was also really quick at understanding how to find out what half of a number was and is beginning to remember some halves off by heart. Well done Susie you have had a fantastic week.

Woodland Class

Year 1:

Year 2:

Ocean Class

Year 3: This week our Year 3 learner of the week is Ruby. I have been particularly impressed with Ruby’s skills during athletics. She is able to run using the correct technique and is amazing at jumping!

Year 4: Congratulations to Lucas who is our Year 4 learner of the week. Lucas has been working particularly hard in maths recently. He is making sure that he ignores surrounding distractions and has been working his way quickly up the learning ladder. Well done!

Desert Class

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Jungle Class

Reception:

Woodland Class

Year 1:

Year 2:

Ocean Class

Year 3: This week our Year 3 learner of the week is Darcey. Darcey is always incredibly kind to the other children. If they need something she will help them and she always plays nicely with everyone. Well done for being such a super role model!

Year 4:

 Congratulations to Aiden who is our Year 4 learner of the week. Aiden has worked extremely hard this week on his writing. He has made sure that his ideas are clear and is trying to use a range of sentence structures within his work. Keep it up!

Desert Class

Year 5: Our learner of the week is Megan. Megan showed a great attitude to her learning when we were going through how to work out answers on a maths test paper. She was thinking carefully and explaining how to work out the question. Well done Meg!

Year 6: Georgia is our learner of the week. Georgia shows fantastic potential in becoming a teacher! She demonstrates excellent commitment to her own learning and is very supportive of her peers too. She is able to support their learning, giving them helpful tips, without telling them the answer. Good work this week Georgia!

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