Learners of the Week

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

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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

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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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Jungle Class

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Ocean Class

Year 3: This week our Year 3 learner of the week is Ava. In maths we have been learning about fractions. Ava was an absolute whizz; she was able to find fractions of amounts and even could even draw her own
fractions correctly.

Year 4: Congratulations to Tabatha who is our Year 4 learner of the week. Tabatha has worked incredibly hard in maths where we have been learning about decimals. I even had to give her an extra task as she had completed them all!

Desert Class

Year 5: Our learner of the week is Lukas. Lukas has had a great week in class. He has been focussed in lessons and produced some excellent work. Well done Lukas and keep this up!

Year 6: Oliver and Tom are both learners of the week because I just couldn't choose between them. Both of them worked incredibly hard today on their Big Write and produced pieces of writing which we never realised they could do! The presentation, sentence structures and vocabulary were so much better than previous pieces. Well done and now you have to keep this up!

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Jungle Class

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Woodland Class

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!

Ocean Class

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Desert Class

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!

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