Well done to all children mentioned in our celebration assembly this week.
Monday 19th February 2018
Noah Bailey-Goddard - for his fantastic Great Fire of London recount.
JJ Lee Coney - for always contributing to class discussions.
Lexi Woolhouse - for her great spellings.
Jessica Arnold - for her fabulous Great Fire of London newspaper recount.
Evie Foster - for settling well into class 2.
Ryan Cunningham - for working hard to improve his spellings.
Alan Ludziak - for his maths learning. and making amounts using coins.
Emily Moore - for trying to write her sentences independently.
Isaac Bailey-Goddard - for trying really hard in his spelling test.
Ella Peach - for her maths learning and making amount using different coins.
Jermaine Waller-Quinn - for setting into class 4 and listening carefully.
Hannah Quhill - for super writing about where she lives.
Lamar Najjar - for trying hard to listen and follow instructions in PE.
Isaac Gostling - for his pizza design.
Kailan Denver - for trying hard to form his letters correctly.
Monday 5th February 2018
Ethan Allsopp - for his fantastic character description of Sir William Petty.
Evie Tingle - for using her skills learnt in reciprocal reading.
Alyssa Coxon - for her super picture of King Charles.
Jessica Arnold - For working hard in everything.
Ruby Bates - for her improved spellings in her written work.
Rosabella Bazari - for her wanted poster of Captain Blackbeard.
Shane Everitt - For trying really hard with his reading.
Emily Moore - for trying hard with her spellings.
Gabriele Ivasauskaite - for her wanted poster of Captain Blackbeard.
Helesha McDermott - for trying really hard with her writing.
Max Kay - for being able to spell most of year 1 spellings.
Archie Bacon - for writing letters in his name.
Theo Thompson-Smith - for improved listening skills.
Amelia Morgans - for her fantastic painting.
Amirah Renshaw-Ali - for trying really hard in phonics.
Tuesday 30th January 2018
Adam Swallow - for his lovely writing and character descriptions.
Ellie Brearley - for her fantastic maths work.
Lexi Woolhouse - for settling into school routines really well.
Ellie Brearley - for her super picture of a house from 1666 - The Great Fire of London.
Ruby Bates - for staying focused on writing and working hard.
Chelsie Woolhouse - for her independent writing and working hard.
Bentley Brown - for his positive attitude on the carpet to learning.
Mason Cutts - Spelling star of the week.
Casey-Leigh Walker - for really trying hard with spellings.
Emily Higgins - for her super maths worded problems.
Ruby Harris - for fantastic reading.
Rae Simmons - for her great spellings.
Blake Myers - for his picture and writing 'what I did at the weekend'.
Molly Oxer - for being kind to other children and taking turns.
Harry Kirk - for his painting of an ambulance.
Lexi Spencer - for trying really hard to write her name.
Monday 15th January 2018
Arran Sanderson - for his fantastic sketch of Sir William Petty.
Darci Sutton - for being a positive role model.
Kendall Housman - for her fantastic fire poem.
Ryan Cunningham - for his improved resilience when answering questions in reading.
Alyssa Coxon - for listening to advice and using word banks to help improve spellings.
Darcie Marriott - for her independent maths ordering numbers.
Kiezen-Rio Hague - for being on gold everyday last week and positive behaviour.
Courtney Schofield - for his brilliant spellings.
Max Kay - for his excellent missing numbers maths work.
Charlotte Wray - for always helping other children.
Sophia Cowen - for great spellings last week.
Freya Wild - for her road safety rules.
Leah Rowlinson - for fantastic reading and working hard with her handwriting.
Frances Dalton - for her road safety rules.
Bobbie Whatley - for her writing efforts.
Monday 8th January 2018
Adem Ozkartal - for his writing on the Christmas story.
Macy Matthews - for her improved confidence.
Evie Tingle - for her fantastic spellings.
Marcus Pease - for a great version of the Christmas story
Summer Stephenson - for her great poetry ideas.
Jessica Arnold - for her spellings and for being so accurate she is ready for her next set.
Phoebe Bacon - for her monster ICT picture.
Osaze George - for his great listening and concentration.
Marley Booth - for starting Y2 spellings.
Helesha McDermott - for trying hard to make her handwriting neat.
Mia Relf - for her great spellings.
Marium Rahimzad - for trying hard in PE and working as a team.
Jasmine Hayselden - for her dinosaur collage.
Grace Bell - for trying really hard in phonics.
Eliza Merrick - for independently making her dinosaur egg.
Alfie Cockayne - for trying hard with addition number sentences.
Monday 4th December 2017
Emily Beard - for her recount of Christmas enterprise week.
Scarlett Beech - for trying really hard on her reading.
Robert Miller - for being so sensible in singing practise.
Isabel Brewer - for always getting her spellings correct and using this in her writing.
Georgia Rigby - for joining in during singing practise.
Alesha Sales - for having a good go at her spellings.
Mia Relf - for trying hard to make 20p in different ways.
Harry McEwan - for doing the right thing and trying hard with his work.
Mason Gilbank - for trying hard with his spellings.
Darcy Spooner - for her great enterprise poster.
Blake Myers - for excellent reading and moving up to level 3.
Lexi Booth - for writing about the dinosaur visit.
Kiera Guest - for sounding out words when writing.
Monday 27th November 2017
Maisie Fearon - for working independently in maths.
Ellie-Mae Crabtree - for always helping to keep the classroom tidy.
Arran Sanderson - for his fantastic spellings this week.
Lexie Bowen - for her great poppy collage.
Jayden Bell - for his fantastic enterprise ideas.
Robert Miller - for working hard at home.
Macey Bradford - for her fantastic writing.
Jack Hammerton - for brilliant spellings.
Marley Booth - for good concentration at the table.
Rae Simmons - for fabulous maths work.
Tom Dewsnap - for trying hard with his writing.
Kiera Oxtoby - for her great spellings.
Theo Thompson-Smith - for great letter formation.
Hannah Quhill - for good listening to instructions in PE.
Oliver Willows - for his fantastic painting of a dinosaur.
Evie Ferrett - for always doing the right thing.
Monday 13th November 2017
Evie Tingle - for her fantastic report on Remembrance day.
Emily Beard - for always being a positive role model and being ready to learn.
Owen Harvey - for his amazing report about Remembrance day.
Luke Rodgers - for being increasingly independent in all his learning.
Marcus Pease - for always working hard at home to improve his spellings.
Bentley Brown - for fantastic work last week.
Kaitlin Coxon - for following the classroom/carpet rules consistently.
William Arnold - for his fantastic spellings.
Emily Higgins - for her brilliant maths work.
Kiera Oxtoby - for trying really hard in PE.
Henry Barber - for his fantastic dinosaur work.
Benjamin Astley - for trying really hard with his writing.
Alfie Cockayne - for his brilliant dinosaur work.
Niamh Brooks - for trying really hard in phonics.
Monday 6th November 2017
Charlie Rhodes - for his lovely Autumn poetry.
William Arnold - for his fantastic work this week.
Rowan Okundaje - for his great spellings.
Mason Cutts - for his Autumn work.
James Beckham - for being a clever historian.
Ellie Brearley - for her super spellings.
Noah Mason - for her Autumn artwork.
Adem Ozkartel - for his fabulous work this week.
Emily Beard - for her great spellings this week.
Rae Simmons - for her Autumn poem.
Mason Gilbank - for being an 'always always' child.
Charlotte Wray - for her great spellings.
Darcy Spooner - for her lost dinosaur poster.
Josh Everitt - for following instructions in PE and trying really hard.
Lexi Booth - for her great gingerbread men instructions.
Lola Walker - for helping to tidy up outside.