Year 1: Our Learner of the Week is Jenson. He has worked so hard this week on both his Literacy and Numeracy work. Well done Jenson!
Year 2: Eilah is our Learner of the Week. This week Eilah has worked so hard in Numeracy and has had an excellent attitude to her learning. Well done Eilah!
Year 5: Our learner of the week is Tom. In Literacy, Tom's writing has been detailed, with great vocabulary and lots of adverbial phrases to add extra details. You have written some interesting pieces this week - well done Tom!
Year 6: Harrison is our learner of the week. In Numeracy this week, the Year 6s have been multiplying two-digit numbers by two, three and four-digit numbers, using the formal column method. Harrison has completed some excellent calculations and shown good perseverance, making corrections to any that he had made errors on. Well done Harrison - fantastic maths this week!
Reception: Our learner of the week is Philippa. We have been so impressed with how hard Philippa has worked on learning her sounds and using her phonic skills. She is now able to blend sounds and read words and she is beginning to be able to hear the different sounds in words and write them down to spell the words out. Well done Philippa, keep up the fantastic learning!
Year 1: In Year 1, Sebbie is our learner of the week. Despite changes in his routine this week, he has come into school and listened carefully, worked very hard and been especially polite to adults in the class. Well done Sebbie!
Year 2: In Year 2, our learner of the week is Ryan F. He has concentrated very carefully on his work this week. He is growing in confidence all the time and is now able to fully complete tasks independently. Well done Ryan!
Year 3:This week our Year 3 learner of the week is Eve. We have been working in teams to make catapults. Eve was so kind and helpful towards her team members; she made sure that they were all able to take part in
Year 4: Congratulations to Will who is our Year 4 learner of the week. Will worked really well during PE where the children were teaching each other games. He made sure that everyone was listening and was incredibly patient with children who were finding it tricky.
Year 5: Patrick is our learner of the week. He is focussed in class and works really hard. I have been impressed with his learning in our maths lessons recently. Well done Patrick. Keep it up!
Year 6: Katie is our learner of the week. She worked really well in our RE lessons this week and was creative when creating her poem today. Katie's finished poem was well presented and well thought through. A lovely piece of writing, Katie. Well done!
Reception: Our learner of the week is Isabelle for her fantastic maths. We have been learning about how to find out 1 more than a number. At the beginning of the game we were playing Isabelle was using objects to find out what was 1 more, by the end of the game she didn't need the objects and was able to recall what was 1 more than the number she had chosen. She was so keen to carry on with her maths that she went to see what another group was doing and decided that she wanted to try their activity to! Well done Isabelle.
Year 1: Our learner of the week is Jessica. She has been working really well and listening superbly to instructions. Jessica has picked up the concepts of doubling and sharing really well. Her attitude and participation has been outstanding this week. Well done Jessica.
Year 2: Our learner of the week is Henry. He has been working really hard and contributing well in maths lessons. Henry is showing a more confident attitude to his learning. Well done Henry, keep up the hard work.
Year 3: This week our Year 3 learner of the week is Isabelle. We have been working hard this week to work independently. Isabelle always works really hard during maths making sure that she has a go before asking an adult.
Year 4: Congratulations to Tabatha who is our Year 4 learner of the week. We have been working on lots of tricky concepts involving measures this week. Tabby has worked really hard and produced some fantastic work!
Year 5: Our learner of the week is Chloe. Her maths today was very impressive! Year 5 were multiplying by 9 and 99 by using known facts. Chloe understood the method taught really well and practised her skills by completing lots of questions! She challenged herself and reached the top of her learning ladder! Well done Chloe.
Year 6: Will and Sophia are learners of the week. In Literacy, the children were editing a free verse poem to make it their own. Will and Sophia worked really well together and created an original poem. Well done to you both!
Reception: Our Learner of the week is Eli. This week we have been writing our own stories based on "The 3 Billy Goats Gruff" and Eli did some amazing independent writing. He wrote a fantastic sentence using his phonic knowledge to help him spell some tricky words. Well done Eli you should feel very proud of your writing.
Year 1: Our learner of the week is Jenson. Jenson worked really hard this week on everything. He concentrates well and always tries his best. Well done!
Year 2: Our learners of the week are Hollie and Eilah. Hollie has done some really super maths this week. She has been able to shop and work out change, even with a £2. Hollie always works really well and it is lovely to celebrate her success. Well done! Eilah has a supper attitude to learning and is doing really well at joining in with class discussions. She is doing particularly well with her phonics and spelling. She achieved 10/10 in her test this week. Super work!
Year 3: This week our Year 3 learner of the week is Ava. She has worked really hard in literacy to write a wonderful fairytale with a twist. Ava included some fantastic language and even some humour. I loved reading it!
Year 4: Congratulations to Eddie who is our Year 4 learner of the week. Eddie has written a fantastic fairytale which included speech, different sentence structures and brilliant language. I was particularly impressed with his characterisation of the three goats.
Year 5: Our learner of the week is Henry. Mrs Briscoe was really impressed with Henry's formal letter writing in the Literacy lesson today. His letter has a clear structure, informing the recipient why he was writing to them, giving them details of the incident and then explaining what he expects to be done about it. This was a great piece of writing. Well done Henry!
Year 6: Our learner of the week is Erin. Mrs Briscoe spent some time with Year 6 going through the answers to a maths SATs paper that they had completed. Erin listened well to the advice given and made lots of notes on her paper to support her next time. You demonstrated a super attitude towards your learning. Well done Erin!