Achievement Assembly

We have reached the end of a short, but no less busy half term! This week the children learnt about being safe online on Safer Internet Day, Year 3 went to Enginuity, Year 5 had a superb trip to Harry Potter Studios and Year 1 had a drama workshop for The Great Fire of London where they wowed our visitors with their historical knowledge.

Have a wonderful half term and we look forward to seeing you all on Tuesday 20th February.

BeSMART Cup winners who will have a special treat in the first week back after half term: Miss Buckingham’s class for following the BeSMART code independently during assemblies (nominated by Miss Marshall). Miss Buckingham was also proud of her class for being resilient when they find things tricky and always being super caring for each other and the teachers.

Attendance winners this week – Gertie and Omar will join them next week in class and they will all enjoy an extra playtime:

KS1 winners are Mrs King’s Y2 class with 97%

KS2 winners are once again Mr Banfield’s Y3 class with 98%

Achievers of the week:

Year 6 achievers: Alfie for being inquisitive and showing enthusiasm in our lessons. Harry for his effort and hard work in maths.

Year 5 achievers: Mr Mcfarland’s achiever has been chosen for always setting the right example and behaving well. Noah for his amazing handwriting in his Chance to Shine this week.

Year 4 achievers: Jake for making a fantastic torch in our DT lessons and sharing his brilliant skills with others. Kian for excellent division work this week!

Year 3 achievers: Kaius for rightly so, being proud of his wonderful work this week. Logan for creating excellent shape poems about animals.

Year 2 achievers: Alex for including lots of detail and geographical facts in his postcard from Alice Springs. I was blown away with all that he remembered. Lexi has shown improvements across all subjects, she is becoming more independent when working and focusing on her presentation. She’s very proud of herself and so are we.

Year 1 achievers: Ollie for working hard with all his writing this week, using exciting vocabulary and writing with supersonic speed! Isabel for her wonderful diary entry about Samuel Pepys. She used wonderful vocabulary and a range of SPAG features.

Readers of the week – these children were entered into our weekly reading raffle:

Year 6 readers: Miss Jones’ reader was chosen for always happily completing her full complement of reads and Amari for consistently reading 5 times a week

Year 5 readers: Diya Nair for reading five times this week even though so was feeling poorly.  Mr Mcfarland’s reader was chosen for working hard on reading independently and developing a great love of books.

Year 4 readers: Maddy for being an absolute superstar with her home reading this week. Charlie for excellent listening in our Guided Reading sessions.

Year 3 readers: Boden for consistently reading at home. Eliza for reading every day and writing lovely comments about her cat stories.

Year 2 readers: Jacob for consistently reading at home and starting to talk to us about what he has read. Poppy  for consistently reading, writing fantastic comments and it support her incredible writing.

Year 1 readers: Zorawar for reading consistently at home and improving his fluency. Sofia for reading lots at home.