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16th July

Reception Class

Amos for being a self-manager. Amos has improved his independence and perseverance skills, remaining focused even when other distractions are around him.

Alayna for being an active communicator. Alayna has been an active participant recently in our class discussions, offering ideas and listening carefully to others' suggestions.

Toluwani for offering service to all because she is always helpful to both adults and children alike. She will often do not need to be asked or look for recognition and will often spot something that needs to be done and do it independently.

Jasmine for offering service to all because she is always helpful to both adults and children alike. She will often do not need to be asked or look for recognition and will often spot something that needs to be done and do it independently.

Annabeth for offering service to all because she is always helpful to both adults and children alike. She will often do not need to be asked or look for recognition and will often spot something that needs to be done and do it independently.

Chisom for offering service to all because she is always helpful to both adults and children alike. She will often do not need to be asked or look for recognition and will often spot something that needs to be done and do it independently.

Jade for offering service to all because she is always helpful to both adults and children alike. She will often do not need to be asked or look for recognition and will often spot something that needs to be done and do it independently.

Uriah for offering forgiveness. He is always happy to forgive his friends if the need ever arises.

Jovencio for offering forgiveness. He is always happy to forgive his friends if the need ever arises.

Bella for being humble being because she will help her friends, waiting patiently to take her turn and will often allow her friends to go first.

Alayna for being humble being because she will help her friends, waiting patiently to take her turn and will often allow her friends to go first.

Etinosa for being a peacemaker. Etinosa always works collaboratively with his friends and will often compromise for the good of the group.

Tomas for offering truthfulness. Tomas can always be relied upon to tell the truth.

Joshion for offering faithfulness. Joshion often talks about, and likes to incorporate, Bible stories he knows into his play.

 

Year 1

Eloise for showing truthfulness.  She is honest and showing an awareness of her actions. 

Shwetha for being a mission maker. She consistently demonstrates a love of learning as well as showing care and compassion to those around her. 

Dominykas for service to all.  Dominykas tries his best to do the right thing, greet others politely and shows great concern for the feelings of his classmates and also our class chicks! 

Nia-Tyra for being compassionate. Nia-Tyra cares for the feelings of others. She is always happy and friendly and can successfully work with anyone. 

Nosa showing truthfulness. Nosa is a very honest and thoughtful child. 

Ivy for being a mission maker. Ivy always follows our school values and shows excellent learning behaviours. She is respectful to others and shows good awareness of her responsibilities at school.  

Lucy for being a mission maker as she is dedicated to doing her best in her learning and for being a good role model to all.  

David for being compassionate to others.  At forest school he showed great care for and enjoyed working with a new friend. 

Amelia for being a great self-manager and problem solver, particularly as she is now having to manage with a broken wrist too!  But she still does it with a smile on her face! 

Deigo for being a self-manager.  He has been working hard to improve the time he takes to get organised and ready for PE and forest school. 

 

Year 2

Ethan for offering truthfulness because he shares his opinions honestly.

Daniel for offering truthfulness because he shares his opinions honestly.

Ini for offering truthfulness because he shares his opinions honestly.

Maxime for offering truthfulness because he shares his opinions honestly.

Freddie for offering compassion.  He has been looking at problems from other people's point of view to find a solution to a problem, supporting his learning partner and checks that other people are ok.

Isaac M for offering compassion.  He has been looking at problems from other people's point of view to find a solution to a problem, supporting his learning partner and checks that other people are ok.

Amelia for offering compassion.  She has been looking at problems from other people's point of view to find a solution to a problem, supporting her learning partner and checks that other people are ok.

Freddie B for being humble as he has acted on help given to him.

Amelia-Marie for being humble as she has acted on help given to her.

Molly for offering service to all as she has been helpful to other children.

Tessa for offering service to all as she has been helpful to other children.

Elliot for being a peacemaker as he is always checking that other people have what they need and will speak up for other people.

Kanye for being a peacemaker as he is always checking that other people have what they need and will speak up for other people.

Amy for being a mission maker for embodying all of the school values.

Elise for being a problem solver because she has been seeking help for herself and other people when it has been needed.

Isaac F for being an active communicator because he shares his thoughts about his learning with everybody around him.

 

Year 3

Oma for being a learning champion. She has worked incredibly hard and has improved in all areas of learning.

Asaya for being a learning champion. She has worked incredibly hard and has improved in all areas of learning.

Isabella for being a learning champion. She has worked incredibly hard and has improved in all areas of learning.

Kharis for being a mission maker as she embodies our school values every day.

Cristina for being a mission maker as she embodies our school values every day.

Michelle for being a mission maker as she embodies our school values every day.

Edward for being a self-manager. He is improving his approach to learning by being ready on time for the lessons and being a responsible learner.

 

Year 4

Migle for offering forgiveness as she is willing to move on from an argument and finds sensible solutions to problems.

Eliana for offering service to all as she has been helpful in preparing books to send home.

Florence for offering service to all as she has been helpful in preparing books to send home.

Nancy for offering service to all as she has been helpful in preparing books to send home.

Orla for offering service to all as she has been helpful in preparing books to send home.

Olivia for offering service to all as she has been helpful in preparing books to send home.

Skye for offering service to all as she has been helpful in preparing books to send home.

Channelle for offering service to all as she has been helpful in preparing books to send home.

 

Year 5

Cairon for being a creative thinker. Cairon produced an amazing story this week, during English. He showed us the boundless creativity of his imagination and how we are all lucky to be in its presence.

Etienne for being humble. Etienne has shown himself to be valued member of our class, by consistently leading by example. Even during competitive situations, he always remembers the importance of other people’s feelings.

Zita for being an independent learner. The presentation of Zita’s work has been exemplary recently. She has taken great care to make sure that the appearance of her work is just as impressive as its content.  

Dumebi for being an independent learner. Dumebi has made sure that her work is always presented to the highest standard. It is a pleasure to leaf through any of her books and see care and pride practically pour from their pages.

9th July

Reception Class

Dylan for being a pro-active social thinker because he is now more able to work successfully in a group, listening to others, following instructions and being confident to take the lead when appropriate. 

Etinosa for being a pro-active social thinker because he is now more able to work successfully in a group, listening to others, following instructions and being confident to take the lead when appropriate. 

Grace for showing service to all. She consistently displays good manners and tries her best to do the right thing. Grace will always volunteer to complete tasks, activities or jobs for the good of the class.

Lynette for being a mission maker. Lynette has made a huge effort to settle in and follow our school values, showing excellent learning behaviours. She is respectful to everyone and has made many new friends.

 

Year 1

Janiah for being a creative thinker. She is always using her imagination to create ideas and makes connections between learning.

Esmee for being an independent learner. She is making connections in her learning and following her interests in CIA these past weeks.

Wonuola for offering forgiveness. She is always forgiving her friends and moving on after a small disagreement. 

Alfie for being humble. Alfie is not boastful about the outcome of his work, he is just happy being proud of himself. 

 

Year 2

Jeremy for being a problem solver as he has been working out what to do when something is not right.

Molly for being an information processor for learning the rules about different sentence types.

Maya for showing faithfulness for the respectful way that she prays.

Keeona for offering compassion because she always considers how others feel and makes other people happy with her kind words.

 

Year 3

KJ for offering compassion and being a pro-active social thinker. He has been working on being kind to children in year 3, communicating effectively to try and solve problems rather than arguing and for showing willingness to compromise if there are disagreements. 

Anthony for offering compassion and being a pro-active social thinker. He has been working on being kind to children in year 3, communicating effectively to try and solve problems rather than arguing and for showing willingness to compromise if there are disagreements.  -

Matthew for offering compassion and being a pro-active social thinker. He has been working on being kind to children in year 3, communicating effectively to try and solve problems rather than arguing and for showing willingness to compromise if there are disagreements. 

Nathaniel for offering compassion and being a pro-active social thinker. He has been working on being kind to children in year 3, communicating effectively to try and solve problems rather than arguing and for showing willingness to compromise if there are disagreements. 

 

Year 4

Skye for showing faithfulness because of her understanding of her faith during work about Oscar Romero.

Nancy for showing faithfulness because of her understanding of her faith during work about Oscar Romero.

Valentina for showing faithfulness because of her understanding of her faith during work about Oscar Romero.

Maya S for showing faithfulness because of her understanding of her faith during work about Oscar Romero.

Channelle for showing faithfulness because of her understanding of her faith during work about Oscar Romero.

Abigail for showing faithfulness because of her understanding of her faith during work about Oscar Romero.

Kaylee for showing faithfulness because of her understanding of her faith during work about Oscar Romero.

Orla for showing faithfulness because of her understanding of her faith during work about Oscar Romero.

Florence for showing faithfulness because of her understanding of her faith during work about Oscar Romero.

Sannoven for showing faithfulness because of his understanding of his faith during work about Oscar Romero.

Migle for showing faithfulness because of her understanding of her faith during work about Oscar Romero.

Azoma for being an independent learner because he spent time creating his own book to help with his learning.

 

Year 5

Dinura for offering service to all. During lessons, Dinura has not only been effectively completing his own work but also helping others to understand, especially in Maths.

Ore for being a peacemaker. During PE, particularly, Ore showed an ability to keep the peace and de-escalate conflicts.

Jeremiah for being a self-manager. Jeramiah has made great progress this week, with his work ethic and attitude. He wrote a very impressive story during English and exemplified good sportsmanship to the class, during a discussion.  

Charlotte for being an information processor. Charlotte used her knowledge of hieroglyphics to create her own code breaking activity for other members of the class.

 

Year 6

Jacob for showing service to all. Week after week, Jacob has helped other children in the class by taking the lead in various activities linked to our Forest School.

Tireni  for offering forgiveness. Tireni is beginning to demonstrate forgiveness towards others more readily when conflicts arise in school.

Gabby for being a learning champion. Gabby consistently demonstrates excellent learning behaviours and is a role model for other children to look up to with their learning.

Samuel  for being an Independent learner. During our English learning, Samuel is beginning to more readily begin tasks without reminders and remain focused on his work.

2nd July

Reception Class

Tomas for being an active communicator because he is working very hard to listen to the speaker and answer correctly. He is trying to speak in a sentence.

Eloka for being a pro-active social thinker because he is able to work successfully in a group, listening to others, following instructions and being confident to take the lead when appropriate.

Aniya for offering compassion. Aniya has a very caring attitude and can often be seen looking out for her friends and helping them wherever she can.

Dylan for being humble. Dylan willingly offers to help his classmates and recently he volunteered to move to another area when there were too many children in one place.

 

Year 1

Charlotte for being an effective investigator as she is always using her senses to find out about things

Alfie for being an independent learner  as he is trying to challenge himself in CIA.

David for showing forgiveness to everyone in Year 1.

Steven for showing forgiveness to everyone in Year 1.

 

Year 2

Elise for being a self-manager as she has had really difficult week but has worked on keeping herself calm and communicating her problems when she has needed to.

Maxime for showing problem solving skills, he has settled in well into his new class, solving his own problems and asking questions when he has needed to, to find out more information.

Xanthie for showing faithfulness as she worked really hard to join in appropriately with the correct responses during Mass. 

Melanie for showing faithfulness as she worked really hard to join in appropriately with the correct responses during Mass. 

 

Year 3

Cillian for being a pro-active social thinker. Cillian has been using some strategies to control his feelings and this has been really successful. He is responding to situations calmly and this has improved his focus when learning.

Jebishan for being an active communicator and problem solver. Jebishan has shown great improvement with his communication skills recently, explaining his thoughts clearly and using this when problem solving.

Isabella for offering service to all. Isabella is an excellent model to others with her mature and responsible behaviour in lessons and around school. She always makes the right choices!

Anna for being a mission maker. Anna embodies our school values on a daily basis showing honesty in her actions, being kind to and thoughtful of her friends, showing humility and not arguing with anyone, playing peacefully with everyone and having faith in herself and others. 

 

Year 4

Maya S for being an independent learner as she has taken responsibility for her learning particularly when doing work for the science topic of electricity. 

Brooke for being an independent learner as she has taken responsibility for her learning particularly when doing work for the science topic of electricity. 

Migle for being an independent learner as she has taken responsibility for her learning particularly when doing work for the science topic of electricity. 

Nancy for being an independent learner as she has taken responsibility for her learning particularly when doing work for the science topic of electricity. 

Damifunre for being a peacemaker as he works hard to get on with all of his classmates.

Adele as a mission maker as she is dedicated to doing her best across the curriculum and for being an excellent role model for all. 

Emanuel for showing faithfulness and for having a good understanding of his faith and belief as a Christian.

 

Year 5

Adrian  for offering service to all. In PE, Adrian did his best to organise his group during Rounders. This meant that everyone was able to spend less time discussing and enjoy more time playing!

Courtney  for being an independent learner. Inspired by Art Week, Courtney continued to create incredible artwork at home. She showed just how much her natural talent could be built upon with just a little practice.

Nifemi for offering compassion. Nifemi has made strides to improve his classroom etiquette. He has been respectful whilst giving feedback to others, as well as showing a mature attitude when receiving feedback himself. He recognises that his behaviour can have a positive effect on the entire class’s learning, as well as his own.

Janelle for being an information processor. During Rounders, Janelle displayed excellent correct throwing technique. She was able to see for herself what the difference between effective and ineffective throwing was and then act accordingly. This lead to other children in the class following her fine example.

 

Year 6

Lola  for being an active communicator. She is working well with her group and leading them through their performance for our assembly.

Joe for being a learning champion. Joe is always modelling to others excellent learning behaviours and being eager to learn while being helpful and kind to others.

Ronald  for humbleness. Throughout the day in the classroom and around the school, Ronald consistently demonstrates humbleness in his interactions with other children and staff.

Francia for offering service to all. Francia is beginning to maintain more positive relationships with other children in the class.

 

25th June

Reception Class

Arabel for being a reflective evaluator because she takes feedback on board and tries really hard to work on what she has been told.

Harry  for being a problem solver and effective investigator because he will explore and explain his ideas, actively listens to adults and children alike and perseveres with any challenge he faces.

Ruby for showing service to all. She consistently displays exemplary manners and tries her best to do the right thing.

Leo for being a mission maker. Leo always follows our school values and shows excellent learning behaviours. He is respectful to everyone and shows good awareness of his responsibilities at school. 

 

Year 1

Mason for being humble. He has recently progressed to challenging himself more independently in CIA without needing to keep showing an adult what he has done.

Sebastian for being an effective investigator with the space topic in CIA.

Jayden for being an independent learner as he is following his own interest in CIA.

Maria B for offering compassion. She is always compassionate to her friends when they are finding things difficult or are upset.

 

Year 2

Max for offering service to all. Max is a helpful learning partner.

Louie for showing truthfulness. Louis is a very honest and thoughtful child.

Ini for being a creative thinker because of the treasure hunt he thought up in Forest Schools.

Simona for being an independent learner during art week, her ideas were fabulous.

 

Year 3

Lex for being a mission maker. Lex has always been an exemplary pupil with high expectations of himself and shows our school values consistently. He has such a lovely personality and so mature that he always makes wise choices! 

Francine for offering compassion. Francine is so interested in the world around her and cares very much about the existing problems in the world. She said she wants to solve the problems and make the world a better place for everyone with compassion when we discussed the juicy question of the week 'What is the meaning of life?'.

 

Year 4

Zakk for being an active communicator. He is working hard to speak up and say what he feels or understands about his learning.

Caleb for being an active communicator. He is working hard to speak up and say what he feels or understands about his learning.

Shevonne for being an active communicator. She is working hard to speak up and say what she feels or understands about her learning.

Valentina for being an active communicator. She is working hard to speak up and say what she feels or understands about her learning.

Florence for being humble. She has worked so hard over the year to improve and grow as a learner, but she does not show off about this.

Channelle for being humble. She has worked so hard over the year to improve and grow as a learner, but she does not show off about this.

Azoma for being humble He has worked so hard over the year to improve in all areas of his learning without showing off.

 

Year 5

Stephanie for being a self-manager. She continuously and independently uses her initiative to create amazing works of art. She has shown that her natural talent as an artist is rivalled only by her dedication to being an outstanding pupil.

Nathaniel for being a creative thinker. During art week, he has consistently been able to innovate and improve on his ideas, with the end result being artwork that even the harshest art critic would be proud to hang on their wall.

 

Year 6

Nifemi for being a self-manager. Following her accident, Nifemi has shown resilience in trying to remain engaged in lessons and carry on with school routines to the best of her ability.

Chloe for being a learning champion.  Chloe consistently tries her best in all areas of her learning; she is willing to carry out additional tasks that she feels will help the class in many different ways.

Jacob for being a peacemaker. Jacob has begun to make good progress in maintaining positive relationships with all children in the class.

Laura for being a mission maker. She consistently demonstrates a love of learning as well as showing care and compassion to those around her.

18th June

Reception Class

Promise for being a reflective evaluator because he takes feedback on board and tries really hard to work on what he has been told quickly.

Darragh for being a true learning champion. He demonstrates all of the learning behaviours at different times, whenever he needs them most. Well done for being an excellent role model!

Mireya for showing service to all. She consistently displays exemplary manners and tries her best to do the right thing.

Michaela for being a mission maker. Michaela always follows our school values and shows excellent learning behaviours. She is respectful to everyone and shows good awareness of her responsibilities at school. 

 

Year 1

Deigo for being humble as he is trying his best at this moment in time.

Poppy for offering forgiveness. She has been working so hard on being kind to others within the class and forgiving them instead of retaliating with unkind comments. 

Zachariah for being an effective investigator as he is working hard, on his own, to solve any work given to him.

Ivy for being a learning champion. She is such a good role model in terms of all learning behaviours; she is an active communicator with peers, self-manager and has excellent investigative skills:  a natural leader. 

 

Year 2

Maya for being a learning champion as she is an independent learner who works hard all the time.

Freddie B for being a creative thinker for his water fountain in Forest Schools.

Elise for offering forgiveness as she has worked hard on resolving conflicts.

Towela for faithfulness as she always sticks with what she believes, not being swayed by others.

 

Year 3

Stefan for being an active communicator. He always speaks clearly and explains everything accurately using topic related vocabulary to support his ideas. He captures the attention of his audience when he speaks! 

AJ for being an independent learner. AJ has worked extremely hard last term and she has improved in all areas of learning behaviours. She has achieved greater independence, participates more often in discussions and is getting better at thinking outside the box!

Maisie for offering compassion. Maisie has been a very good friend to others recently , making sure she is kind and caring. They were brilliant together during Forest School making clay sculptures.  

Hattie for offering service to all. Hattie has been amazing this week with her attitude towards learning. She has been listening more carefully, following instructions and working hard in every lesson. She is an excellent example to others!

 

Year 4

Kayla for being a peacemaker as she has been playing enthusiastically and cooperatively with others on the new platform in the Forest School area.

Kaylee for her service to all by showing dedication to caring for the new plants in the Forest School area.

Wila for being a peacemaker who always considers other people’s feelings before his own.

Joshua F as a mission maker who thinks of others and how he can make their lives enjoyable. He brought great laughter and enjoyment to his peers during a recent Forest School session.

Abigail for being a learning champion. She always gets the job done and asks the most amazing questions.

Joshua F for being a learning champion. His no nonsense approach to his work means he gets it all done. 

Rebecca for showing truthfulness. She knows to tell the truth rather than spinning a yarn!

Channelle for offering service for all. She is always helpful and put a smile on her peers faces.

 

Year 5

Jake for being an independent learner. He was extremely impressive with his contributions in discussions this week. He was able to tell the class how a Faraday Cage could disperse electromagnetic fields during a debate. He was also able to define the terms “omni-” and “apex” during English.

Kaycee for being a self-manager as she is always completing all of her work in English and Maths to a high standard and at an incredibly rapid rate. She has also be helpful to others in the class by assisting them once she had finished.

 

Year 6

Joshua for being a peacemaker. During our Sports Day activities, Joshua was very good accepting the rules of the games and was gracious when he went out of one of the competitions, despite getting so far in it.

Tireni for showing faithfulness. Tireni created some wonderful quotes and accompanying artwork that demonstrate her love of God.

Izzy for being a creative thinker. For our Sports Day, Izzy led her group in designing some fantastic activities for the class to participate in.

Kaobie for being a reflective evaluator. When completing a review of her learning across the year, Kaobie was very good at analyzing her strengths and areas for development, especially in thinking about her next step to secondary school.

28th May

Reception Class

Arabel for service to all. Arabel is always willing to help everyone, often without being asked. If she sees something in the wrong place or left out she will naturally put it away or pick it up.

Alama for being compassionate. Alama is always very aware of others' feelings and shows empathy towards them. She is always happy and friendly and can successfully work with anyone.

 

Year 1

Zachariah for faithfulness as he always supports his closest friends if they need help or are upset.

Dominykas for being an independent learner as he has been working hard on different activities and is using his initiative to challenge his learning.

 

Year 2

Darasimi for offering service to all because he is helpful and shares useful information to help everybody's learning.

Ire for being a Peacemaker because of all the little things she does to make people happy when she thinks no one is watching.

 

Year 3

Arthur for truthfulness. Arthur is always honest and shows a sense of fairness when he speaks about what happened. He is good at using the token system independently.

Nathan for forgiveness. Nathan has a big heart and always says 'that's ok' when his friends say sorry to him for wrongdoing. 

 

Year 4

Orla for service to all as she is always willing to lend a hand.

Florence for being compassionate as she always considers the feelings of her peers.

Skye for being humble and considering the feelings of others who may find things difficult. 

 

Year 5

Teddy for demonstrating compassion towards his peers. In discussions, this week he demonstrated empathy for others, for example, those living in areas without much green space.

Stephanie for being humble and serving others as she often volunteers to do things without creating a fuss or being asked. 

 

Year 6

Sean for faithfulness as he is willing to share his excellent knowledge of the Rosary with others.

Lilly for truthfulness. When she found a spare token, Lilly was honest and handed it straight in to her teacher.

21st May

Reception Class

Eloka for Truthfulness. Eloka is always honest and can be relied upon to be truthful in all situations.

Emma for Compassion. Emma is a kind and thoughtful little girl who is always aware if one of her peers is upset and she will try to help them.

 

Year 1

Amelia for offering service to all because of her constant kindness, respect, compassion and friendship to all.

Charlotte for being truthful as she says sorry when she does not make the right choice.

 

Year 2

Eli for showing compassion because he is always concerned for those around him.

Melanie for showing compassion.  She always considers other people's feelings and listens to her friends.

 

Year 3

Gika for offering service to all and for showing faithfulness. Gika is an excellent role model to everyone in our class through her determination and dedication for learning. Also, in class discussions related to RE topics, Gika's knowledge and understanding show deep faithfulness as a good Christian.

Mya for being a mission maker. Mya always follows our school values and shows excellent learning behaviours. She is respectful to everyone and shows good awareness of her responsibilities at school. 

 

Year 4

Marcus for his compassion towards others and his ability to draw on Gospel messages as a guide to how to live your life with Christ.

Eliana for being truthful because she understands that truth and honesty are the best policy.

Olivia as a mission maker as she is intent on making sure all children are enjoying their lunch times.

Sannoven for truthfulness as he is more willing to use his voice and share what happens during his day.

 

Year 5

George for demonstrating service to all by taking initiative in helping to keep the classroom tidy. 

Nini for being humble in her attitude whilst at school. 

 

Year 6

Izzy for offering faithfulness. During class liturgy, Izzy consistently shows great reverence and puts thoughtful suggestions forward for intercessions prayers.

Mireille for offering compassion. When working with her learning partners or in groups, Mireille is consistently compassionate towards others’; putting others needs before her own.

14th May

Reception Class

Toluwani for being a true Learning Champion! She encompasses all of the learning behaviours so brilliantly and naturally. (I wish I could clone her! 😉)

Tomas for being a self-manager. Tomas is beginning to be more independent in class. His attention and concentration are improving, he is willing to try new things and he is beginning to persevere with challenges and remain on task.

 

Year 1

Esmee for showing service to all. She is very supportive and kind learning partner.

Maria M for showing service to all. She is very supportive and kind learning partner.

 

Year 2

Elise for showing truthfulness, She is being honest and showing an awareness of her actions which is helping you become a great role model.

Towela for being a learning champion. She demonstrates all of the learning behaviours at different times, whenever she needs them most. Well done for being an excellent role model!

 

Year 3

Aaron for being humble. Aaron always displays respectful manners even in tricky situations. He tries to explain things calmly and logically even when his friends try to argue. He listens to others' opinions patiently and responds in a mature way.

Stan for being truthful. Stan is very reliable as he always tells the truth in any situation, even if he has to admit wrong doings.

 

Year 4

Wila for being humble and always considering other people’s feelings.

Alisa for being a peacemaker who is always willing to share.

Valentina for being truthful and always trying her best to do the right thing.

Zakk for service to all because he always tries to be polite and ask people about the type of day that they have had.

 

Year 5

Courtney for being an effective independent learner as she has a positive attitude to her learning and gives her best.

Jake for being an active communicator as he is contributing more to class discussions and explains his thinking.

 

Year 6

Laura for being a peacemaker. She consistently tries her best in all areas of school life. She is particularly kind, honest and well intentioned in how she interacts with other children in the class.

Izzy for being a peacemaker. She consistently tries her best in all areas of school life. She is particularly kind, honest and well intentioned in how she interacts with other children in the class.

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