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30th March

Reception Class

Promise for being a self-manager as he is trying new ideas more often.

Joshion for being a creative thinker as he is beginning to use his imagination to help him develop as a learner.

Darragh for being an active communicator and independent learner. Darragh has been working very hard since we have returned to school. He is willing to try new things and will try and work independently, especially with his writing. He is very good at explaining his thinking and thought processes.

Toluwani for being a pro-active social thinker and independent learner. Toluwani is a very good role model for her peers. She is always enthusiastic to try anything new and always tries her very best. A real superstar!

 

Year 1

Jayden for being a creative thinker particularly in forest school where you often encourage others to use their imagination when role-playing: finding treasure, creating water parks and building dens.

Sebastian for being a creative thinker particularly in forest school where you often encourage others to use their imaginative when role-playing: finding treasure, creating water parks and building dens.

 

Year 2

Maya for being truthful as she is always very honest, even during difficult situations.

Tessa for being an independent learner because she uses the 5Bs to help her in learning time.

 

Year 3

AJ for being a learning champion. She has been working super hard in all lessons! Her concentration has improved and she is much more confident with sharing her ideas during class discussions and problem solving in Maths. 

Oma for being  a creative thinker. She has found different ways of solving problems in Maths lessons. She showed that she can use patterns to predict the answers in division problems. 

 

Year 4

Emanuel for showing compassion. Emanuel was very kind to a fellow classmate who did not feel 100%.

Brooke for being truthful. Brooke always does the right thing and understands that telling the truth is important.

Nicole for being an independent learner. Nicole has worked hard since returning to school. She tries to answer questions more independently during class discussions.

Marcus for being a creative thinker as he has been trying to find alternative solutions and make interesting cross curricular links in his work on poems.

 

Year 5

Amelia for being an independent learner because there has been a noticed improvement in the quality and quantity of work produced in the time given. Well done! Keep it up!

Teddy for being a reflective learner because he has become confident in seeking support when required. He always tries his best. Well done! Keep it up!

 

Year 6

Daniel for being humble. During our forest schools session, Daniel was finding climbing the tree difficult; he was able to be humble enough to acknowledge this and listen to others who showed him how to master the technique.

Lilly for being an active communicator. During our Science lessons, Lilly has become more willing to contribute her ideas to the class discussion.

26th March

Reception Class

Tomas for being an independent learner and self-manager. Tomas is able to select resources independently and is trying to engage and socialise with the other children. He is learning to listen and follow instructions. He is willing to try new things with enthusiasm.

Jovencio for being a problem solver and self-manager. Jovencio has adapted well to all the children returning to school. He is becoming more confident to try new things. He is more willing to try and solve problems independently and is learning to be more creative in his approach.

 

Year 1

Nia-Tyra for being a pro-active social thinker. She is always being a good role model on the carpet during speaking and listening time and follows instructions precisely.

Tamsin for being an independent learner. During CIA she worked really hard on her own maths work, using the resources that she gathered to help her.

 

Year 2

Melanie for being a reflective evaluator because she takes feedback on board and works on what she has been told really quickly.

Simona for being a peacemaker because she speaks up for people when they do not have what they need.

 

Year 3

Francine for being an active communicator. Francine always shares her ideas in class explaining them clearly in full sentences and she talks confidently in a variety of situations. I was particularly impressed with her comments in Science about our topic Light and the connections she made to the optic nerves that enable us see objects in the light.  

Asaya for being an effective investigator. During problem solving in Maths, we were looking at timetables patterns to help us eliminate numbers in a list and Asaya spotted a tricky pattern in 4 times table. 'The answers end in 2 in 4 times table always pair up with an odd number in tens column'. So based on this, she was able to tell 62 was not divisible by 4. 

 

Year 4

Alisa for being a learning champion because of her sheer determination and effort in all that she does.

Damifunre for being a problem solver because he is starting to share his ideas with others, helping them understand what they are learning.

Kaylee for being a problem solver because she looked for solutions to help 'Barry' the worm find a new home!

 

Year 5

Jenuska for being an information processer because she is self-motivated and always works to the best of her ability. 

Adrian for demonstrating service to all by supporting his classmates to develop: for example, in PE modelling how to dribble to support his group and helping them to improve their technique. 

 

Year 6

Samuel for being an information processor. Following our return to school, Samuel is beginning to plan out tasks more thoroughly and completing his work to an expected standard.

Hope for being a self-manager. Hope is beginning to settle quickly to a task and is more able to follow the instructions she has been given.

19th March

Reception Class

Eloka for being a problem solver. Since returning to school Eloka has begun to ask for help when needed, perseveres until he has completed a task, is more willing to talk through and explain ideas and try new things.

Emma for being a creative thinker. Emma is willing to explore different ideas and ways of working, thinks creatively to solve a problem, will not give up when encountering difficulties and is willing to take risks and learn from them.

 

Year 1

Faith for showing compassion and being a peacemaker. She always demonstrating the school values and is such a good role model as a peace maker as well as showing compassion for others. 

Mason for being an effective investigator. He always asking how and why questions to find out more.

 

Year 2

Davina for offering service to all because she is always looking for ways to help people and she has helped her learning partner settle into returning to school.

Isaac M for being a self-manager because he told us about his feelings and tried something new by sharing his work.

 

Year 3

Michelle for being an active communicator. Michelle has made an excellent start back to school by being a good listener and useful learning partner. She followed all the instructions promptly and discussed her ideas during a problem solving division task. 

KJ for offering service to all. KJ tried his best on all the activities completed last week despite some challenges. He showed a sensible and mature attitude, and was determined and committed to self-improvement. He also always shows good manners and is kind to others even in tricky situations.

 

Year 4

Nicole for being truthful as she was honest when discussing the importance of making the right behaviour choices.

Channelle for being a great information processor. She immediately applies herself to any task and works hard to ensure she has the correct information.

Zakk for showing how to be humble. He has worked hard on his RE and shown a good level of commitment to his Lenten topic. 

 

Year 5

Richard for being an independent learner as we have noticed an improvement in his attitude to his work this week and behaviour in class.

Zita for being a self-manager. She has improved her time-management and now completes a greater quantity of work to a high standard.

 

Year 6

Zephaniah for being an effective investigator. During English lessons, Zephaniah listened carefully to the instructions he was given and was able to apply key vocabulary to construct an excellent piece of writing. He then was able to use feedback he was given to edit his writing successfully.

Laura for demonstrating a love of learning. In forest schools inspired learning, Laura has demonstrated a passion in all that she does. Her positivity and creativity has helped to engage all those around to partake in  many different activities. 

11th March

Reception Class

Aniya for being an independent learner and creative thinker. Aniya approaches any task asked of her with great effort and enthusiasm. She is able to work successfully with a variety of children and willingly uses her initiative to solve problems.

Michaela for being an independent learner and self-manager. Michaela independently ensures that she has all that she needs for any activity and will take an active role in group tasks. She manages herself and her belongings admirably.

 

Year 1

Lucy for being a self-manager.  She gathers resources she needs for a task, either by herself or when adult directed and then clears it away.

Alfie for being an creative thinker. He expresses ideas clearly and confidently during the 'new me' discussions.

 

Year 2

Eli for being an independent learner because he has used the 5Bs instead of asking an adult to help him straight away.

Ire for being a reflective evaluator. She listens to teacher feedback and improves her work.

 

Year 3

Lex for being a self-manager and independent learner. Lex has been a great self-manager as he always takes pride in his work. He enjoys challenges, works well in tricky situations and has a great level of concentration!

Hattie for being an independent learner. Hattie's confidence is growing and she is beginning to show good reasoning skills -  explaining her choice of methods and answers clearly, especially during problem solving in Maths. 

 

Year 4

Migle for being a problem solver. She worked very well with her learning partner and they solved problems together.

Rebecca for being a problem solver. She worked very well with her learning partner and they solved problems together.

Valentina for being a creative thinker with her artwork as she took her time to explain her ideas.

 

Year 5

Joseph for being a pro-active social thinker. He has come back to school with a positive attitude and is motivating himself to complete his work to a high standard.

Charlotte for being an active communicator. She has been keen to contribute to class discussion on peace and the new class reader.

 

Year 6 

Kaobie for being an active communicator. During our class discussions, Kaobie has made a real effort to project her voice and make her points clearly.

Gabby for being a pro-active social thinker. Throughout our group work this week, Gabby has endeavoured to lead her group effectively while ensuring that all members of that group take an active role.

4th March

Reception Class

Jasmine for being an active communicator and effective investigator. She has worked really hard throughout this lock down. Her listening and attention skills have improved, and she will now actively participate in lessons and is able to ask pertinent questions. She always tries her best to follow the instructions and is willing to try new activities with enthusiasm.

Alayna for being an active communicator and effective investigator. She has worked really hard throughout this lock down. Her listening and attention skills have improved, and she will now actively participate in lessons and is able to ask pertinent questions. She always tries her best to follow the instructions and is willing to try new activities with enthusiasm.

 

Year 1

Maria M for being a creative thinker. She always uses her creative ideas to inspire her learning and often makes wonderful things from old recycling during child-initiated play.

Nosa for being an effective investigator. In science he created many different rafts and boats to try out in order to find out which one was best for the gingerbread man to cross the river safely. 

 

Year 2

Max for being an active communicator because he used ambitious and appropriate vocabulary when writing his instructions.

Xanthie for being effective investigator because she discusses the meanings of words, linking them to other word meanings and always attempts to explain what a word could mean, even if she does not know or the word is new for her.

 

Year 3

Nathaniel for being a self-manager. Nathaniel has shown excellent learning behaviours during the lockdown lessons by carrying on and not being put off by any distractions or changes. He has worked very hard and independently to improve all aspects of his learning, especially in writing.

Isabella for being a self-manager. Isabella has been a great role model to everyone with her mature and responsible attitude towards her learning. She always makes the right choices even in tricky situations and works hard in all areas of the curriculum.

 

Year 4

Damifunre for being a self-manager because he is trying to be more actively involved in lessons other than Maths.

Joshua F for continuing to be a good pro-active social thinker. He continues to respect others by listening to their ideas and respecting their contributions.

Florence for being a good self-manager and working independently.

 

Year 5

Nifemi for being an effective investigator.  He actively participates in Google Meet sessions and consistently produces work to a high standard. He is able to suggest ways to develop his learning. 

Nini for being an effective self-manager. During home learning she has consistently handed in work and listened to feedback. Over time she has begun to participate more in Google Meet sessions.

 

Year 6

Ronald for being an active communicator. Ronald has begun to make more effort during Home Learning meetings by putting his ideas forward more readily.

Jacob for being an effective investigator. During the Fractions topic, Jacob worked really hard to listen to the advice he was being given to ensure he improved his understanding of the different concepts within this topic.

25th February

Reception Class

Ruby for being a problem solver. She has been working hard on her perseverance and resilience skills. She has been willing to try something new and not becoming frustrated if she makes a mistake. She is now more confident in suggesting ideas and solutions to a problem, understanding that she may have to practise, practise, practise until she gets it right!

 Dylan for being a problem solver. He has been working hard on his perseverance and resilience skills. He has been willing to try something new and not becoming frustrated if he makes a mistake. He is now more confident in suggesting ideas and solutions to a problem, understanding that he may have to practise, practise, practise until he gets it right!

 

Year 1

Wonuola for being a proactive-social thinker. She is always so keen to share her ideas on the live sessions and shows such an enthusiasm for learning.

Joshua for being a creative thinker. He led the group with his creative ideas for acting out the Last Supper and really enjoyed this activity.

 

Year 2

Ethan for being a problem solver because he continued his learning about 3D shapes at home by building a paper pyramid.​

Amelia-Marie for being an active communicator for sharing lots of her good ideas in lessons.

 

Year 3

Kharis for being a reflective learner. Kharis has been working very hard to improve the quality of her leaning. She always reviews and edits her work promptly after feedback comments. This has helped Kharis make good progress, particularly in Maths and her confidence is growing. 

Alden for being an effective investigator and information processor- Alden completed extensive research about rocks and presented his findings in a creative and organised way. He was able to draw conclusions from his findings and explain the uses of rocks based on their properties. 

 

Year 4

Adele for being an effective participator because she has been trying to answer more questions.

Sannoven for being an effective participator because he is beginning to show more attention during lessons. Keep this up! 

Shevonne for being an independent learner who focusses on her lessons especially her RE.

Skye for being a creative thinker as she always adds a twist to her home learning.

 

Year 5

Tobi for being an effective independent learner when composing his own poem based on 'Great City' by Harold Monro. He reflected on what he had learnt to help him compose an interesting poem using figurative language and ambitious vocabulary.

 Stephanie for being an effective independent learner. During home learning she has managed her time effectively to complete tasks assigned to a high standard including her poem based on 'Great City' by Harold Monro. She has also increased her willingness to participate in Google meet sessions. 

 

Year 6

Alejandro for being a self-manager. Alejandro has begun to make some improvements in driving his own learning forward and handing in his home learning assignments on time. Keep this up!

Henry S for being an effective investigator. Henry was able to use his research skills during our Creativity topic to find out his date of birth using the Mayan calendar.

11th February

Reception Class

Bella for being an effective investigator and active communicator. She listens attentively on the live lessons, does not interrupt and is always willing to participate when asked. She always complete all work that is asked of her. She tries to answer in full sentences using new vocabulary and can accurately follow instructions. She is working incredibly hard.​

Scarlett for being an effective investigator and active communicator. She listens attentively on the live lessons, does not interrupt and is always willing to participate when asked. She always complete all work that is asked of her. She tries to answer in full sentences using new vocabulary and can accurately follow instructions. She is working incredibly hard.​

 

Year 1

Arabella for being an independent learner as she is making links between her learning and always completing work independently and to the best of her ability.

Dominykas for being an active communicator during group reading sessions and for improved listening/concentration during the teaching sessions.

 

Year 2

Davina for being an active communicator because she speaks in clear sentences and uses the correct vocabulary to share her ideas. 

Molly for being a problem solver because she used her problem solving skills to help her with her maths work.

 

Year 3

Nathan ​for being an independent learner and problem solver. Nathan has been working very hard in all subjects and always asks good questions to check his learning. He was able to produce a really good poem applying what he had learnt during the lessons.

Edward for being a reflective learner. Edward has been trying really hard to focus and improve his learning. He has definitely improved 

on evaluating and editing his work, checking his sentences to make sure they make sense and presenting his work to a good standard. 

 

Year 4

Damifunre for more confidently sharing his ideas as an active communicator.

Abigail for being an independent learner who is fully committed to her work.

Mya for being an independent learner who is fully committed to her work.

  

Year 5

Ore for being an effective information processor when producing her guide to Mass in RE this week. She effectively summarised key information. ​

Jaydon for being an effective information processor when producing his guide to Mass in RE this week. He effectively summarised key information. ​

 

Year 6

Zephaniah for being a problem solver. During our Maths learning, Zephaniah has become more willing to put his ideas forward this week and has listened well to the feedback that he has been given.

Gabby for being an independent learner. Gabby has produced some good pieces of home learning including her most recent English piece which was an exciting portal story.

4th February

Reception Class

Grace for being an effective investigator and active communicator. She listens attentively during the live lessons, does not interrupt and is always willing to participate when asked. She always completes all work that is asked of her and has shown good ideas during CIA. She is able to answer in full sentences using new vocabulary and can accurately follow instructions. She is working incredibly hard. 

Etinosa for being an effective investigator and active communicator. He listens attentively during the live lessons, does not interrupt and is always willing to participate when asked. He always completes all work that is asked of him and has shown good ideas during CIA. He is able to answer in full sentences using new vocabulary and can accurately follow instructions. He is working incredibly hard.

 

Year 1

Miracle for being a pro-active social thinker. Miracle has really come out of her shell, sharing ideas with the group and talking to her peer/adults about her learning whilst at school.

Faith  for being a pro-active social thinker. ​She regularly contributes to class discussions, shares her thinking with the group and takes turns to listen to others.


​Year 2

Amy for being a creative thinker because she used varied vocabulary​ to explain her ideas.

Daniel for being a reflective learner because he has listened to teacher feedback and improved his work as a result.

 

Year 3

Arthur for being a reflective and active learner because of writing a brilliant story about trolls. Arthur completes all his work everyday, contributes to our discussions and he has tried really hard with his story by making improvements and applying what he has learnt in English. 

​Matthew for being a reflective learner. Matthew has been an active and a consistent learner since the beginning of this term, showing improvements in all areas of the curriculum and completing all his work to good standard. It is great to see Matthew being a resilient learner!

 

Year 4

Valentina  for being an excellent self-manager because she always attends the lessons on time, has her resources ready, and uses Google Classroom to the best of her abilities.

Alisa  for being an excellent self-manager because she always attends the lessons on time, has her resources ready, and uses Google Classroom to the best of her abilities.

Kaylee for being an excellent self-manager because she always attends the lessons on time, has her resources ready, and uses Google Classroom to the best of her abilities.  

Kayla  for being an excellent self-manager because she always attends the lessons on time, has her resources ready, and uses Google Classroom to the best of her abilities.

Shevonne  for being an excellent self-manager because she always attends the lessons on time, has her resources ready, and uses Google Classroom to the best of her abilities.

Joshua F  for being an excellent self-manager because he always attends the lessons on time, has his resources ready, and uses Google Classroom to the best of his abilities.

​Eliana for being an excellent self-manager because she always attends the lessons on time, has her resources ready, and uses Google Classroom to the best of her abilities. 

 

Year 5

Alicja for being an effective information processor for researching and producing her science poster on the moon. She conducted her own independent research and carefully selected which information to summarise in her poster.

Nathaniel for being an effective self-manager. He consistently completes all work on time and to a high standard. This week he wrote a persuasive advert about a cooking school. He incorporated many of the ideas taught such as rhetorical questions and imperative verbs into his own writing.​

 

Year 6

​Oliver for being a reflective evaluator. Oliver has consistently handed in his home learning each week and has ensured to go back through and act on the advice and feedback he has received.

Laura for being an effective investigator. As part of her English work, Laura produced an excellent analysis of a piece of text. She took the time to investigate the text thoroughly and produce detailed responses.

29th January

Reception Class

 Jade for being an active communicator and self-manager. She attends the live sessions on her own and is always punctual, conducts herself appropriately - putting her hand up, turning her microphone on and off as requested. She has fantastic concentration and is always an active participator. Jade is able to follow instructions and explain her thinking or give her answers in full sentences.

 Chisom for being an active communicator and self-manager. She often attends the live sessions on her own and is always punctual, conducts herself appropriately - putting her hand up, turning her microphone on and off as requested. She tries really hard to concentrate and is always an active participator, willing to share her ideas.

 

Year 1

Shwetha for being an independent learner because she can make links with her learning which informs her opinions, choices and predictions. She shares these well with her peers as well as using excellent vocabulary.

 Mary Jennifer - an active communicator - she regularly shares her ideas with the class, explaining them clearly using the correct vocabulary and grammar.

 

Year 2

Jeremy for being an active communicator because he is using his whiteboard to share his ideas and join in with online classes and also joined in with group reading.  

Freddie Lee for being a reflective evaluator because he has been working hard at home on his writing and correcting his letter shapes when told to.  ​

 

​Year 3

Cian for being an independent learner. His attitude towards learning is outstanding! He works to the best of his ability every day in every subject!
​Benediktas for being a self-manager and independent learner. His self-motivation for learning is incredible, especially in Maths. He always does extra work and completes the challenges set. 

 

Year 4

Nancy for being a learning champion as she approaches all her activities with enthusiasm as well as using all the different learning behaviours. 

Orla for being a self-manager because she is organised and tries her best for all activities.

Alisa for being an independent learner as she is always trying her best.

Joshua F for being an active communicator award as he shares his ideas during learning sessions.

 

Year 5

Rebecca for being a creative thinker when producing her own wishing tale. She successfully combined some of the ideas taught through the writing unit and her own ideas.  

Dinura for being a creative thinker when creating and describing his own wizard.  He produced a well-written character description and applied hyphenated words appropriately to his writing. 

 

 

Year 6

Oscar for being an effective investigator. During a Maths session, Oscar articulately explained the processes he went through to solve the multiplication and division problems.

Kayleigh for being a self-manager. Kayleigh always completes tasks to a good standard and is willing to put her ideas forward during our online meetings.

22nd January

Reception Class

Maya Hughes for being a self – manager: for always being prompt to the live sessions and attending every one. She will happily participate appropriately when invited to do so and has all the correct resources to hand and tries and complete the tasks.

Leo Wing for being a self – manager: for always being prompt to the live sessions and attending every one. He will happily participate appropriately when invited to do so and has all the correct resources to hand and tries and complete the tasks.

 

Year 1

David for being a self-manager as he has been really enjoying working at school in a smaller group. He is able to listen carefully to the teacher, ask to go to the toilet before leaving the room (using the new cards given to him) and sustain concentration on his work for a longer period.

Ivy for being an active communicator as she has been contributing well when on Google Meet, always putting her hand up to share and clearly explain her ideas to the rest of the class.

 

Year 2

Kanye for being a reflective evaluator who shares his opinions to help others learn.

Keeona for being a pro-active social thinker because she shares her learning with others and explains what she has done.​  

 

Year 3

Cillian for being an independent learner as he is showing an outstanding attitude towards learning and working to the best of his ability in all subjects.​

Anna for being an active communicator as she is setting a great example to everyone by actively participating in discussions, sharing her ideas and always speaking clearly.

 

Year 4

Migle for demonstrating skills as an effective investigator during her science experiments this week.

Adele for be a reflective learner during online lessons; for always contributing and sharing your ideas.

 

 Year 5

Kaycee for being an effective information processor which helps her to produce work to a high standard across the curriculum and actively participate in online lessons.

George for being an effective self-manager enabling him to hand in work in a timely manner and to a good standard. 

  

Year 6

Francia for being an information processor because of her analysis and response to Pie Corbett's, Dream poem.

Izzy for being an information processor because of her analysis and response to Pie Corbett's, Dream poem.

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