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Pupils of the Week 3/7/20
We hope you have had a good week and that you have enjoyed sports day today.
Ash’s pupil of the week is Joshua
We would like to award Joshua with pupil of the week for his excellent work when learning at home. Joshua has been keeping us updated on his work with lots of emails and pictures that we have really enjoyed looking at. We are particularly impressed with Joshua's excellent writing about minibeasts. His handwriting is fab and he has tried so hard to remember his phonics. Well done Joshua, Keep up the great work.
Mrs Tolan, Mrs Smith and Mrs Clarke
Elm’s pupil of the week is Brody
Brody is pupil of the week because he has been working really hard this week with all the activities that he has completed. Mrs Galvin was really impressed with description of his sea creature. He used his phonics and remembered finger spaces. Great work Brody, he should be proud of his work. Keep up the amazing work.
Miss Evenden and Mrs Galvin
Fir’s pupil of the week is Jenson
Jenson is our Pupil of the Week as Mrs Galvin has been really impressed lots of Jenson work this week! He has worked really well in ordering his coins in Maths and he has also drawn his own brilliant version of the Japanese Bridge by Monet! Well done Jenson!
Miss O'Toole, Miss Kemp and Mrs Bambury
Remember to keep sending in your work as we enjoy looking at it.
Pupil of the Week 3.7.20
Good Afternoon Everyone :)
This weeks Pupil's of the Week are ...
Michael H, Lucie and Bella
Michael was chosen by Miss Saker because he wrote a fantastic acrostic poem all about space. She was blown away by his knowledge of space and was really impressed with the vocabulary he used in his poem. He even included a simile. Well done! Mrs Parveen and Miss Saker
Lucie was chosen by Miss Morriss because she has worked hard all week, especially with writing, including full stops and capital letters. She completed maths using money and did everything with a smile on her face. Well done! Mrs McGovern and Miss Morriss
Bella was chosen by Mrs Goodman for her excellent diary entry about being in space. She included punctuation and made an excellent improvement on her handwriting. Fantastic work Bella. Miss Quinn and Mrs Goodman
Well done to all the children working so hard in school and thank you to those children who are still sending work to the year 1 emails! Please keep it up :D email@example.com
We look forward to seeing you at transition circle times!
Miss Quinn, Mrs Parveen and Mrs McGovern
Pupil of the week
Hello everyone! It has been lovely to speak to some of you this week and we are really looking forward to seeing most of you at our transition circle times. We have missed you all so much.
Here are this weeks pupils of the week:
2 Cedar - Isacc Isaac is pupil of the week because he created a fantastic piece of art. In school he has been trying his best with all tasks this week and been happy every day. Well done Isaac!
2 Beech - Maksim Maksim is pupil of the week because he has been working very hard at home. He has been completing white rose maths activities, keeping up with his reading and enjoying looking at plants for our science topic. Well done Maksim!
2 Holly – Alexia Pupil of the week in 2 Holly is Alexia. While Alexia has been in school she has been working incredibly hard to improve her writing and her Maths skills. I was particularly impressed with this fact file about a famous person. Keep up the amazing work Alexia!
We are looking forward to seeing some of your work for our Arts and Culture home learning pack over the next two weeks. Please remember to send it to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Take care Mrs White, Mrs Evans and Miss Morriss
3.7.20 Pupil of the Week
Hello year 3!
We cannot believe that we are now in July! Thank you for continuing to send your work into us. Our Pupils of the Week's are:
3 Maple – Molly B
Molly has been chosen as 3 Maple’s Pupil of The Week for her positive attitude towards working in school. She has been back in a Key Worker bubble since June and always comes into school with a smile on her face. Molly has worked hard on her maths, even when she finds it tricky and tackles her work with enthusiasm and determination. Mrs Parveen has been very impressed. Well done Molly, keep it up! 😊
3 Oak – Aaron
We have chosen Aaron as 3 Oak’s Pupil of the Week because he has been working hard at home and keeping up a high standard of work as well. He’s completed a range of tasks and is always polite on the phone. We were very impressed with his neat handwriting and excellent presentation. Here you can see a proud photo of him with a labelled model of the Himalayas. Well done Aaron 😊
3 Hazel – Tia
Tia has impressed us this week with her excellent writing. She has taken the time to carefully plan her story, write it up clearly and then edit it at the end. Tia used paragraphs well and inverted commas correctly when a character is speaking. She has also produced a great piece of art in the style of Jackson Pollock. Great effort Tia, keep it up! 😊
Miss Tuck, myself and your new teachers are really looking forward to seeing you all at your circle time sessions soon.
Keep working hard and have a great weekend!
Pupil of the Week - 03.07.20
Hello Year 4!
We hope you enjoyed our virtual sports day today! We'd love to see your videos.
Here are the pupils of the week.
4 Birch This week we have chosen Finley T! He has worked really hard in school this week. He wrote a fantastic character description about Granny from George’s Marvellous Medicine and he also showed great perserverance when completing his maths tasks. Keep up the great work Finley! Well done!
4 Larch This week I have chosen Sophie! She did a great piece of persuasive writing, designed a toy and created an advert for it. She also showed great perseverance when completing her maths tasks. Well doen Sophie!
4 Rowan My pupil of the week is Daniel! He has been been working hard at home on his white rose maths. He has also been enjoying doing his science work and has created a very detailed food chain where he was able to order the animals in the correct food chain group. Well done Daniel!
We are looking forward to seeing you all soon! Keep smiling :-)
Mrs Goodman, Miss Briton, Mrs Harris and Miss O
Pupil of the Week
Tilly Hewitt has been nominated by her bubble leader Ms Parveen this week. She has been using her retrieval skills to find key information about different animals and has started to write an animal fact file. She has been adhering to all the social distancing rules and has been lovely to teach. Well done Tilly!
Pupil of the Week for 5 Aspen is Jessica. I was really impressed to see how hard Jessica has been working at home: keeping active, working hard in English and maths and even her dedication to achieve her baking badge! She designed the cake to represent her favourite book/film – Mary Poppins. Keep up the hard work!
This week I have chosen Noah to be our Pupil of the Week. Noah has been working incredibly throughout the entire time he has been learning from home. This week was particularly impressive as he not only produced a fantastic piece of artwork inspired by Matisse, he also produced a fantastic narrative poem that was full of suspense and excitement. Well done Noah!
Welcome To The World
Some very exciting news from the Year 6 team... Mrs Cullender has had her baby. A beautiful baby girl, born today at 1.26am, weighing 7lbs 2ozs.
Mummy, Daddy and Emily are all doing very well.
Congratulations to Mr and Mrs Cullender, we wish the three of you lots of happiness always.