Our learner of the week is Isla. She has had a fantastic week in Jungle Class and has been working so hard in lots areas. Isla has really preserved with learning her sounds and is now beginning to have a go at reading and writing words. She has supported her friends with their learning and was fantastic at working with her group to make cakes for our Team Challenge. Well done Isla.
Year 1: This week Seth is our learner of the week. Seth has been working really hard on his letter fromation and is now self correcting his own writing. Well done Seth!
Year 2: Our learner of the week is George. I was very impressed with how well you worked with your group during Science this week. You listened to other members of your group and helped those that needed support. Well done George!
Year 3: Our Year 3 learner of the week is Antonia. Antonia has been chosen due to her amazing teamwork skills whilst working with her learning buddy. She has made sure that her learning buddy was clear on the task, helped him to get resources ready as well as explaining instructions to him. Well done Antonia.
Year 4: Our Year 4 learner of the week is Sammy. I was so impressed with Sammy during the sponsored PE event this week. Even though this was not a team event, he showed fantastic teamwork skills during this event by working with one of the younger children. Sammy encouraged his partner and continually checked that he was ok. This was lovely to see Sammy, well done!
Year 6: Our learner of the week is Dexter. In our Literacy lessons this week, Dexter has been working hard to write a good quality formal letter. Mrs Vail has been working alongside Dexter, prompting and trying to extend his ideas further. You have focussed well Dexter. Well done.
Reception: Congratulations Jacob, you are our Learner of the week this week. You are brilliant at working in a team or a group and you are always very kind to the other children in your group. Well done - A brilliant team member!
Year 1: This week Rosie is our learner of the week. Rosie has shown great perseverance with her WOW write this morning. Not only did she finish her story, she then read through her work to make sure she had remembered all her full stops. Well done Rosie!
Year 2: Our learner of the week is Jai. What an amazing story you wrote this morning about The 3 Little Pigs. When you found things difficult, you didn't give up. Well done Jai!
Year 3: Our Year 3 learner of the week is Jenson. Jenson has worked incredibly hard this week on his handwriting. He has persevered to make sure that it is always neat and joined correctly and made his way up towards the moon on our handwriting display. Well done Jenson!
Year 4: Our Year 4 learner of the week is Sam. I was so impressed with Sam during our PE lesson this week where the children had to create their own games. His teamwork skills were fantastic! Sam listened carefully to others and making sure the whole team were included. Well done Sam!
Year 5: Thomas is our learner of the week. He was set a sequencing task using Mathletics and really had to persevere to complete the task. Well done Thomas.
Year 6: Our learner of the week is Eddie. In our maths lesson this week, a Year 6 child had one of their calculations marked green as they had made an error. Eddie was walking past and looked through this child’s calculation with them to work out where the error had been made. This was great teamwork. Well done Eddie.
Well done to Kaeshiyann for being our learner of the week. Kaeshiyann has been working very hard to learn all of the actions that go with the sounds we have been practising. This has meant he has been able to help the class to beat their last speed sound challenge score! Great team work! Well done Kaeshiyann.
Year 1: Our Year 1 learner of the week is Samuel. Samuel has shown great perseverance with his work in our phonics sessions this week. When he has found the words difficult he has not given up. Well done Samuel!
Year 2: Our Year 2 learner of the week is Molly. I can always rely on Molly to try her best and never give up, even when the task is challenging. Well done Molly!
Year 3: Our Year 3 learner of the week is Gracie. Gracie has shown a huge amount of perseverance this week in maths. We have been working with fractions and Gracie has worked incredibly hard to develop her understanding of this tricky subject. She has persevered to work her way up the learning ladder. Well done Gracie!
Year 4: Our Year 4 learner of the week is Joshy. Joshy has been chosen due to his fantastic teamwork skills! He has shown this during lots of different lessons and subjects. Joshy always makes sure that all members of his team are listened to and that everyone is included in the task. Well done!
Year 5: Our learner of the week is Albie. Albie made a successful thaumatrope (moving Victorian toy) today during our Victorian day. He then was willing to assist others and provide advice when they had a go at this task. You showed good teamwork Albie. Well done.
Year 6: Becky is our learner of the week. She was very skilful at needlework today (another Victorian task) and willingly supported other children when they were finding it tricky. Well done Becky for demonstrating great teamwork.
Year 1: Our year 1 learner of the week is Elinor. Elinor has shown great perseverance in tackling her activities this week. Even when they were a little challenging, she kept on trying. Well done!
Year 2: Our year 2 learner of the week is Charlie. During our Quest activities, Charlie challenged himself by choosing a difficult activity to complete and showed great perseverance whilst doing so.
Year 3: Our Year 3 learner of the week is Toby. I was so impressed with Toby’s determination and perseverance this week in gymnastics. The children were creating sequences using balances. Toby worked incredibly hard to develop a range of balances including some tricky ones! Well done Toby!
Year 4: Our Year 4 learner of the week is Myles. He has been working incredibly hard in maths this term. He always challenges himself and perseveres with things if he finds them difficult. Myles works extremely hard to climb the learning ladder. Well done!
Year 5: Neve is our learner of the week. She produced some excellent maths work at the beginning of the week on negative numbers, working up her learning ladder and succeeding in completing her greater depth challenges. In subsequent lessons, the year 5s used their skills learnt and applied them to word problems. This was challenging but Neve persevered. Well done Neve! Your hard work paid off.
Year 6: Our learner of the week is Tabatha. In our Literacy lesson on Wednesday, she wrote a great piece of dialogue with excellent complex punctuation, including brackets and dashes for parenthesis. Well done Tabatha! This was a piece of writing to be proud of. Keep it up.