Well done to all children mentioned in our celebration assembly this week.
Monday 12th November 2018
Gabriele Ivasauskaite - For her beautiful poppy picture and fantastic spellings.
Harry McEwan - For always trying his best and having a smile on his face.
Harry Conlon - For his brilliant More Than, Less Than and Equals Maths work.
Shane Everitt - For his positive attitude to learning.
Courtney Schofield - For her fantastic spellings.
Lola Walker - For her spectacular bonfire artwork.
Frances Dalton - For trying hard in her writing.
Bobbie Whatley - For her brilliant spellings.
Megan Naylor - For adding two numbers in her maths work.
Max Guilliam - For always contributing his ideas on the carpet.
Leah Rowlinson - For her fantastic spellings.
Esme Goddard - For her brilliant gingerbread men instructions.
Elisabeth Cawthorne - For her fantastic gingerbread men instructions.
Tiana Roberts - For always trying hard with her work.
Monday 22nd October 2018
Tom Dewsnap - For his fantastic Great Wall of China picture.
Coby Gilbank - For his super reading and for always trying his best.
Demi Ridgway - For her fabulous spellings.
Marley Booth - For writing a fantastic story.
Alfie Ford - For his brilliant handwriting.
Rosabella Bazari - For her great spellings.
Amelia Morgans - For her super tiger print picture.
Alfie Cockayne - For his improved handwriting and positive attitude to learning.
Danni-Ella Woodburn - For her great spellings.
Amelia Marriott - For her brilliant animal map.
Jasmine Hayselden - For being resilient in her reading comprehension.
Mia Relf - For her fantastic Great Wall of China picture.
Max Guilliam - For his super spellings.
Monday 15th October 2018
Keira-Leigh Oxtoby - for her great data handling.
Mason Gilbank - for being kind and thoughtful.
Ruby Harris - for her fabulous spellings.
Evie Foster - for her brilliant attitude and enthusiasm.
Chelsie W - for super instructions to make Chinese noodles.
Isaac Bailey-Goddard - for his great spellings.
Jordan Junior-Richardson - for his work on how to look after a hamster.
Frances Dalton - for trying hard to form letters correctly.
Niamh Brooks - for her amazing spellings last week.
Ruby Brearley - for her super lion painting.
Ellie Jones - for being resilient in art.
Lexi Walsh - for labelling characters from Jack & the Beanstalk.
Alfie Meanley - for trying really hard to blend CVC words on a magnetic board.
Monday 8th October 2018
Helesha McDermott - for her differences between the rainforest in Brazil and Rosehill Park, Rawmarsh comparison work.
Sophia Cowen - for being a good partner in topic work.
Cameron-Lee Haywood - for his fantastic spellings last week.
Kayson Stead - for his Mr Elephants story.
Rosabella Bazari - for her great spellings.
Chelsie W - for her fantastic attitude to learning.
Charlea Underwood - for her fantastic instructions on how to look after a dog.
Kailan Denver - for trying really hard and getting onto gold on the traffic lights.
Hannah Quhill - for her instructions on how to look after a dog.
Kadie-Mae Bessey - for her fantastic spellings.
Molly Oxer - for trying hard with her letter formation.
Monday 1st October 2018
Alfie Brooks - for always trying hard with his work.
Benjamin Astley - for getting all his spellings correct and practising them at home.
William Arnold - for his positive attitude to learning and his sunny nature.
Marshall Denver - for his super spellings!
Charlotte Wray - for working hard and answering questions in class.
Alesha Sales - for working hard to get full marks in her spellings test and using them in her writing.
Evie Ferrett - for really trying hard to improve her handwriting.
Laila Brightman - for working hard on her spellings.
Amelia Hulse - for her great carnival costume picture.
Emily Higgins - for her drawing of Christ the Redeemer.
Rowan Marshall - for his writing work.
Georgina Graham - for her fantastic riddle.
Tuesday 19th September 2018
Thomas Booth - for his fantastic report about Pakistan.
Max Kay - for his excellent listening skills and answering questions in English.
Marley Booth - for his super report about Pakistan.
Charlie Rhodes - for having a positive attitude to learning.
Kiezen-Rio Hague - for his great spellings last week.
Isaac Gostling - for his doubling number work.
Lola Walker - for trying really hard with her writing.
Harry Kirk - for fantastic spellings last week.
Darcy Spooner - for her recount of events in class.
Riley Pierpoint - for his fantastic knowledge about animals from the Yorkshire Wildlife Park visit.
Emily Allen - for her great spellings last week.
Tuesday 10th September 2018
Sofia Rafiq - for concentrating really hard when working at the table.
Alan Ludziak - for his partitioning numbers in maths.
Molly-Rose Foulds - for her lovely postcard to Mrs Blythe.
Rowan Okundaje - for his positive attitude and excellent start to Y2.
Lexi Booth - for her 5 senses science work.
Eliza Merrick - for always being ready to learn.
Blake Myers - for his 1 more/1 less maths work.
Georgina Graham - for always remembering her manners.
Tuesday 4th September 2018
Rae Simmons - for her lovely dragon picture from the Paper Bag Princess.
Freddy Grimshaw - for always listening and doing the right thing.
Jack Hammerton - for a fantastic character description of the paper bag princess.
Alesha Sales - for excellent attitude to learning.
Marley Booth - for using spelling patterns in his writing.
Jack Thompson - for his great mental oral maths.
Harry Kirk - for being an 'always always' child.
Ava Ball - for her excellent maths.
Josh Everitt - for his great sitting in class.