Learners of the Week

Jungle

Our learners of the week this week are Gracie and Bella. They domonstrated that they had learnt and understood their first aid training classes by acting out a rescue during their playtime! Together they remembered how to help somebody that is hurt and how to put somebody in the recovery position. Well done Bella and Gracie!

Woodland

Our learners of the week are the whole of Woodland Class! On Tuesday we went to William Barnes School to take part in a Runaround Rounders festival with other local schools. The children were incredibly well behaved and listened carefully to instructions that they were given. I was also very impressed at their sportmanship - congratulating other children when they scored a rounder. Well done Woodland Class!

Ocean

Year 3: Our year 3 learner of the week is Hazel. I have been really impressed with her maths this week. This has been during our fraction lessons but also when doing extra maths work with me. She has worked incredibly hard and produced brilliant work, well done.  

Our other year 3 learner of the week is Jessica. Jessica has completed lots of extra maths work with me this week looking at addition and subtraction. She produced excellent work and I really noticed the difference in her confidence from a few months ago. Well done Jess!

Year 4: Our year 4 learner of the week is Olivia. Olivia has been a real ‘Persevering Parrot’ this week in maths. In all maths lessons, Olivia has worked incredibly hard to understand the fractions work and has been determined to work up the learning ladder. Well done.

Desert

Year 5: Albie is our learner of the week. Albie was focussed and engaged in the writing task that the children were set this week, showing skills of a 'Persevering Parrot'. I was really impressed with the content of Albie's writing; he thought carefully about the structure of his sentences and details included. Well done Albie.

Year 6: Zoe is our learner of the week and has shown she is a 'Have a Go' Gorilla. Zoe has shown great dedication to her maths learning and it is really paying off. She has achieved well in our lessons this week with some very tricky measures work. Well done Zoe.

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Reception:

Woodland

Year 1: This week Theo is our learner of the week. I hvae been very impressed with you attitude towards your learning across all areas of the curriculum. You always try your best and are always looking for ways to improve your work. Well done Theo!

Year 2: Our learner of the week is Zack. What an amazing reader you are becoming! You have worked hard on learning your sounds and blending them together. Keep up the hard work Zack!

Ocean

Year 3: Our year 3 learner of the week is Aksharan. During athletics this week, Aksharan demonstrated a fantastic sprinting style. He was able to use his legs and arms correctly and effectively. Well done!

Year 4: Our first year 4 learner of the week is Nathan. Nathan has been a real ‘curious cat’ during our anti-bullying work this week. He has asked fantastic questions which have led to some in depth discussions in class. Well done Nathan!

Our other year 4 learner of the week is Hollie. During athletics this week, Hollie was able to get into the sprint starting position fluently using just one movement! This is something that is real challenge; both I and the coach were incredibly impressed!

Desert

Year 5: Isabelle is our learner of the week. I was impressed with her perseverance and focus during our Quest session this week. She completed some very tricky Maya maths tasks! Well done Isabelle.

Year 6: Dexter is our learner of the week. Dexter needs to have more confidence in his own abilities - he has shown in our tennis sessions over the last two weeks that he is a very competent tennis player. He works well in a team and practises the skills that the coach has asked him to in order to improve his game. Well done Dexter!

Jungle

Reception: Our learner of the week is Isla. Isla has been producing some really fantastic writing. She has shown real pride in her work and has made sure it is the best it can be. Well done Isla!

Woodland

Year 1: This week Rosie is our learner of the week. It has not gone unnoiticed how hard Rosie is working to improve her reading. She now knows all her sounds and is confidently blending them together. Weel done Rosie!

Year 2: Our learner of the week is Amelie. I am so impressed with your positive attitude to your learning across all areas of the curriculum. You are an example to the rest of the class. Well done Amelie!

Ocean

Our learners of the week are the whole of Ocean Class! Earlier in the week, they had a special first aid training session delivered by St John's Ambulance. The children were incredibly well behaved throughout the session: they listened well, asked sensible questions and participated brilliantly in the practical sessions. Well done Ocean class, you were fantastic!

Desert

Year 5: Busy is our learner of the week - you have been a great 'Busy Bee' this week! When playing rounders, Busy showed good teamwork skills, supporting other members of her team and playing well. Well done Busy!

Year 6: Eddie is our learner of the week. Eddie has been an excellent 'Have a Go Gorilla' this week in our RE lessons. The questions posed were challenging and really required the children to consider their prior knowledge and own thoughts about the subject. Eddie rose to the challenge and has produced some very thoughtful answers. Well done Eddie!

Jungle

Reception:

Woodland

Year 1: This week Tianna is our learner of the week. Tianna has been trying really hard in her writing. She is sounding out her words and remembering to include finger spaces. Well done Tianna, keep up the hard work!

Year 2: Our learner of the week is Molly. It has not gone unnoticed how hard you have been working across all areas of the curriculum this week. Well done Molly!

Ocean

Year 3: Our Year 3 learner of the week is Antonia. This week we have done lots of activities in pairs and Antonia has stood out for her teamwork skills. She consistently listens to her partner as well as putting her own ideas across. This has resulted in Antonia producing some fantastic work! Well done Antonia!y gu h

Year 4: Our Year 4 learner of the week is Henry. During our computing lessons, Henry showed fantastic perseverance when trying to solve a problem. There was a mistake on his work and he spent time, independently, solving the problem rather than asking for help. Well done Henry!  

Desert

Year 5: All of year 5 are our learners of the week. Whilst Year 6 have been on their residential trip in Weymouth, Year 5 have been covering our Sex and Relationships unit of work. I have been really impressed with all of them this week; they have been engaged and interested in the lessons, respectful of each other and not been shy to ask questions! Well done to you all.

25.05.18

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