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17th December

Reception Class

Scarlett for being an active communicator because she will now talk to adults and children and explain what she has done and why.

Maya for being an active communicator because she is more willing to talk to others and share her ideas.

Jovencio for being a creative thinker because he is more able to create and develop his own ideas and talk about how he did it.

Harry for always being truthful. He always tries his best and be a good friend.

Darragh for showing compassion to his friends and helping them.

Emma for showing compassion to her friends and helping them.

 

Year 1

Janiah for being a self-manager, she works well on her own, selecting resources and using her initiative but will ask for help if she needs it.

Steven for being a creative thinker, exploring and investigating new ideas with great enthusiasm.

Esmee for being an active communicator in class, sharing her ideas and experiences with her classmates, listening and responding to their questions.

Maria M for always showing compassion and being a good friend to others.

Amelia for being a peacemaker, because she is friendly to all and actively cares for her classmates and teachers.

Nosa for being truthful and showing compassion to all.

 

Year 2

Towela for being an independent learner because she explains her choices for how to solve a problem.

Amy  for being a problem solver because she tries different ways to find an answer if her first way does not work.

Daniel for being an independent learner because he applies his knowledge to support his learning.

Elise for showing compassion because she is always kind towards other children.

Kanye for showing truthfulness because he always likes to make sure that everybody tells the truth and does what they should be doing. 

Tessa for showing service to all because she has learnt to help others around her.

  

Year 3

Isabella for being an independent learner and a self-manager. She is always self-reflective and self-motivated in her learning. She regularly checks and edits her work making sure she meets the success criteria and is eager to challenge herself. 

Asaya for being an independent learner and a self-manager. Asaya is always organised and punctual in lessons. Her work is always well presented and to a high standard and she always works to the best of her ability to achieve lesson objectives.

Alden for being a reflective learner. Alden has become a more active learner recently, expressing and justifying his views and opinions particularly in comprehension and Maths tasks. He has also put a huge effort in handwriting and presentation of his work, which has noticeably improved.

Isla-Poppy for being a self-manager and an active communicator. Isla-Poppy is always organised and punctual, ready for the lessons before everyone else, does not waste time and has all appropriate resources ready to use. She also communicates and discuss her ideas well, speaking clearly and fluently.

Hattie for being a problem solver. Hattie has made a noticeable improvement in recognising  and explaining a problem, particularly in Maths lessons. Her confidence has grown and she is able to work more independently and perseveres to overcome challenges in her learning.

Cillian ​for being a self-manager. Cillian has made a significant improvement in his key practical skills, organising himself better for the lessons, especially in PE. He focuses and works well both independently and with a partner during lessons.

Kharis for showing service to all by always being a good role model for all and not comprising on the high standards she sets for herself.

Isabella for showing service to all and truthfulness because she is always honest and unbiased even in tricky situations, she will not be led astray by her friends. She is also a great example to all because of her excellent manners and attitude towards learning.

Anna for showing compassion to her friends, especially when there are problems, she tries to build friendships based on forgiveness and empathy. She is a good friend to all and tries her best to a have good time with her friends. 

 

Year 4

Florence for being a pro-active social thinker who listens to and follows instructions.

Skye for being a pro-active social thinker who is self-motivated.

Sannoven for being an independent learner who has worked much harder over the term.

Valentina for being a peacemaker because of her calm and kind approach to life.

Azoma for offering forgiveness as he is a good friend to all. 

Emanuel for being humble. He has made fantastic improvements in his times table recall but do not show off about it.

 

Year 5

Tobi for being truthful when spoken to by an adult. 

Adrian for showing compassion to his class mates when they are upset.​

Rebecca for being humble in her attitude.

Nathaniel for being an effective independent learner. He always tries his best. 

Dumebi for becoming more independent in her learning.

Joseph for being a reflective learner as we have noticed an improvement in behaviour and the quality of his work. 

 

Year 6

Jacob for being a reflective learner. Jacob has shown significant improvement in effort and willingness to ask questions; he is then applying the knowledge he has gained from the questions he asked, to improve his learning.

Kaobie for being a self-manager. She has been working particularly hard to ensure that tasks are completed to a sufficient standard and a required quantity; keep this up!

Daniel for being an active communicator. He is always willing to put his ideas forward in a thoughtful way that takes into account the ideas and views of others as well as his own.

Joe for being humble- Well it's Joe! He never boasts or tries to outshine others but always concentrates on doing his best in an understated and mature way.

Amelia for forgiveness. She has shown maturity in accepting the shortcomings of others in the class. Even when their actions have directly impacted on her, she has always been willing to forgive.

Chloe for offering compassion. She consistently helps and guide others. She is always willing to give constructive advice to her learning partners even when a great deal of patience is required to do this!

10th December

Reception Class

Etinosa for being a pro-active social thinker. He is very sociable with all children in his class. His is happy to share ideas and listen to his friends. Etinosa, you are a good role model.

Grace for being an active communicator. She has greatly improved and made a huge effort to work in a group, play, talk and listen to other children in Reception Class.

 

Year 1

Jayden for offering service to all as he is very kind and caring to his friends.  He assisted and encouraged a friend who was learning to ride a bike independently this week.

Maria B. for being a creative thinker.  She used her imagination, explained her ideas and used them to create some great costumes for her bears!

 

Year 2

Jeremy for being pro-active social thinker because he shared his learning in Zoom calls.

Isaac M for being pro-active social thinker because he shared his learning in Zoom calls.

 

Year 3

Mya for being a self-motivated and independent learner. She is always focused, responsible and resilient and sets a good example to everyone by showing them how to be an effective learner. 

Gika for being a problem solver. She is able to make a judgement based on evidence and shows this skill when doing reading activities by drawing on inferences and making deductions.

 

Year 4

Channelle for being an independent learner ​ for evaluating and reflecting upon her work.

Adele for being an independent learner ​ for evaluating and reflecting upon her work.

Nancy for showing service to all because she is a good learning partners and helpful in class.

Mya W for showing service to all because she is a good learning partners and helpful in class.

 

Year 5

Nifemi for being a good self-manager as he has engaged well with the different home learning activities and contributed well to Zoom lessons. 

Ore for being a good self-manager as she has worked hard during the home learning period. She contributed well to Zoom lessons by sharing her ideas and asking questions when necessary. 

 

Year 6

David for being a self-manager because of his improved focus in class.

Joshua for being a problem solver because of his perseverance especially during our recent Maths learning.

 

3rd December

Reception Class

Uriah for being a pro-active social thinker; for making a big effort to try lots of new things, making new friends and work as part of a team.

Chisom for being a self-manager; for listening to and following instructions, trying hard to make the right choices, persevering with challenges and staying more focused on an activity.

 

Year 1

Faith for being an active communicator, she shares her ideas clearly with others during Child Initiated Learning and carpet time and also responds appropriately to feedback.

Mason for being a great creative thinker.  He is always keen to find ways to solve a problem and will ask and answer questions to further improve his work.

 

Year 2

Isaac F for being a pro-active social thinker because he shares his learning with the class and explains his thinking.

Elliot for being a problem solver because he used his prior knowledge to share scientific facts and asked sensible questions about his learning.

 

Year 3

Stan for being an active communicator because he contributes to class discussions and justifies his views by explaining his thoughts clearly especially when we discuss the text we are reading.

Jane for being an independent learner as since she has joined Year 3, she has not stopped working hard, overcoming challenges in her learning and she has made good progress in reading and writing as a result. 

 

Year 4

Eliana for being a creative thinker because you showed great enthusiasm and engagement during home learning sessions over the week. 

Orla for being a creative thinker because you showed great enthusiasm and engagement during home learning sessions over the week.

Nancy for being a creative thinker because you showed great enthusiasm and engagement during home learning sessions over the week.

Oscar for being a creative thinker because you showed great enthusiasm and engagement during home learning sessions over the week

 

Year 5

Courtney for being an active communicator. She worked particularly well, contributing ideas and asking questions in RE. 

Cairon for being a creative thinker, he worked well using his imagination to create his own monster in English for our topic on Beowulf. ​

 

Year 6

Harry for being an independent learner. He worked hard on improving his independence during our last week of home learning. 

Kaobie for being an independent learner. She worked hard on improving her independence during our last week of home learning. 

27th November

Reception

Bella for being an information processor as she always listens, follows instructions accurately and tries to apply knowledge and information independently.

Harry for being a self-manager because he operates independently in all areas and can communicate information both to his class and teachers.

Amos for being a peacemaker because he is a good friend to everyone and will happily work with a variety of different children.

Promise for being a peacemaker because he is friendly to all and actively cares by trying to make sure everyone is happy and content. He instigated great discussions and had excellent ideas during our peacemaker work.

 

Year 1

Lucy for being a  creative thinker. She designed and made a hot air balloon, then tested and evaluated its success.

Sebastian for showing kindness and compassion to others who have hurt themselves and always being willing to help others. 

Miracle for being a peacemaker. She is always polite and helpful to those around them and showing great care for the environment around us. 

Joshua for being a peacemaker. He is always polite and helpful to those around them and showing great care for the environment around us. 

 

Year 2

Ini for being an effective investigator because he shares his thoughts and asks questions about things he is wondering about.

Elwood for his humility.  He works hard, shares his ideas and does what he knows is right without being bothered by what others are doing.  

Ini for being a peacemaker as he shows kindness to all.

Davina for being a peacemaker as she shows kindness to all.

 

Year 3

Ilona for being a self-manager as she works well under pressure and shows focus, is responsible and has a resilient attitude towards her learning. 

Stefan for being an effective investigator. Stefan is able to explain a problem by sharing his work, use key vocabulary and ask relevant questions, particularly in Maths and Science related topics. 

Anthony for being a peacemaker. He was very kind and helpful during PE, break and lunch times looking after the equipment even though it was not his responsibility.​ He also welcomed a child who was lonely and invited him into his games every day so far.

Aaron for being a peacemaker. He was very kind and helpful during PE, break and lunch times looking after the equipment even though it was not his responsibility.​ He also welcomed a child who was lonely and invited him into his games every day so far.

 

Year 4

Migle for being a peacemaker because of her interest and involvement in peace day.

Channelle for being a peacemaker because she was able to direct children when creating a peace freeze frame.

Nancy for being a peacemaker because she helped her group represent peace in many different and thoughtful ways.

Joshua O for being a peacemaker because he understood how peace can be represented in many different ways.

Olivia for being an information processor. She was Mrs Woodham’s unofficial Zoom secretary as she is confident and reliable and when you ask her a questions you get an answer back immediately.

 

Year 5

Nini for continuing to develop as an active communicator as she is participating more in class discussions. 

Dinura for being an independent learner as he worked hard to complete his work particularly in English and RE this week. 

Tomisire for being a peacemaker as he always tries to think of others before himself.  

Stephanie for being a peacemaker as she shows kindness to all.

 

Year 6

Lola for being a good self-manager as she engaged well with the different home learning activities and asked questions to further her understanding when needed.  She has been prompt to meetings as well as being willing to put forward her ideas.

Daniel for being a good self-manager as he engaged well with the different home learning activities and asked questions to further his understanding when needed.  He has been prompt to meetings as well as being willing to put forward his ideas.

Izzy for being a peacemaker as she shows kindness to all.

Amelia for being a peacemaker as she shows kindness to all.

20th November

Reception Class

Leo for being a creative thinker. He had fantastic ideas around Percy the Park keeper role play activities. He was able to help and explain to his friends what they could do and using his prior learning to help with new ideas.

Annabeth for being an active communicator. She is able to communicate her ideas successfully, solve problems and acts on feedback to improve her work. She is also able to work with a variety of children cooperatively. 

 

Year 1

Mason for being a creative thinker because he is able to use his imagination, explain his ideas and ask questions to improve his work.

Poppy for being a creative thinker as she is trying to explore and investigate new ideas when working in class.

 

Year 2

Maya for upholding the value Service to All because she is always considering the needs of other children in her class and helping them.

Amelia for being an Information Processor and looking in her book for the information that she needs.

 

Year 3

Cian for being a self-manager by using the 5Bs of independent learning and showing resilience in challenging tasks, especially in Maths.

Maisie for being a reflective learner by evaluating and improving her poem during our Fundamental British Values task. 

 

Year 4

Florence for being an effective participator during discussions at school and for working hard on her home learning.

Zakk for being an effective participator during discussions at school and for working hard on his home learning.

Orla for being an effective participator during discussions at school and for working hard on her home learning.

Oscar for being an effective participator during discussions at school and for working hard on his home learning.

 

Year 5

Joshua for being a reflective learner as there has been a noticed improvement in his attitude to learning. 

Jenuska for persevering with her learning so that she is becoming an independent learner. 

 

Year 6

Izzy for being active communicator during the World Builders topic. She worked particularly well within her group; she was able to communicate her ideas as well as listen to the ideas of others. Furthermore, when presenting her TASC, she spoke with confidence to the audience.

Harry for being active communicator during the World Builders topic. He worked particularly well within his group; he was able to communicate his ideas as well as listen to the ideas of others. Furthermore, when presenting his TASC, he spoke with confidence to the audience.​

 

13th November

Reception Class

Jade for being a self-manager because she always operates independently, selecting resources and helping her friends. Jade is able to follow direction, but is also willing to use her initiative.

Ruby for being an information processor because she always listens, asks questions and will try and find her own answers. She often chooses to look at non-fiction books and is interested to find out more. She is able to listen to instructions and apply her knowledge.

 

Year 1

Shwetha for being an active communicator as she is always fully involved with her learning by listening carefully, following instructions and asking good questions.

Alfie for being an active communicator because he is an active listener who shares his ideas.

 

Year 2

Simona for being an effective investigator because she asks questions that will help her to understand what she is learning. 

Louie for being an active communicator because he is beginning to act on feedback that he is given.

 

Year 3

Cristina for being is an active communicator who always sets an excellent example of being humble by listening to others and appreciating the feedback she receives from adults and peers. 

Francine for being an information processor because you were able to explain the relationships between different kinds of peace and the impact it has on individuals and groups of people.

 

Year 4

Shevonne for always being truthful as she tries to make the right choices and will admit her mistakes. 

Joshua for being a creative thinker as he displays great enthusiasm when working with music and dance.

  

Year 5

Santy for showing compassion to her classmates by helping them in class. 

Mikias for developing his skills as an independent learner because he has worked hard to complete activities including writing his own poem on equality. 

 

Year 6

Tireni for being an effective investigator as she went away in her own time and entered a Christmas competition - and won! She also spent time at home practising key skills as well as finding time to learn new skills that will help with her learning. 

Sean for showing service to all. He always looks to communicate effectively with those around him in a kind and compassionate way. He actively seeks to help others in any way that he can.

 

10th November

Reception Class

Mireya for being a self-manager who can work well on her own and ask for help if she needs it.

Toluwani for being a problem solver as she can find different ways to solve any problems she encounters.

 

Year 1

Mary-Jennifer for always offering forgiveness when things go wrong. She is a very good friend to all in Year 1.

Tamsin for being truthful and admitting her mistakes and knowing what to do to solve them.

 

Year 2

Freddie B for being an active communicator because he has worked well with his group and is listening to and using other children's ideas.

Isaac F for showing compassion and helping other children in a kind way.

 

Year 3

KJ for always showing compassion by being kind and caring towards his friends, especially when they get hurt.​

Lex for his service to all as he is an excellent role model for everyone.

 

Year 4

Olivia for her service to all as she is always willing to help and works well with her peers.

Eliana for being an active communicator who is willing to participate in whole class discussions.

 

Year 5

Jake for demonstrating the skills of a creative thinker. He explores and experiments with ideas in order to help him learn and problem solve. 

Alicja for demonstrating the skills of an active communicator. She always contributes to class discussions and articulates her thoughts well. 

 

Year 6

Chloe for being a self-manager because she is able to empathise with others and appreciate their feelings. She works independently and manages tasks effectively. 

Joe for being a creative thinker because he explores and experiments with ideas and listens carefully to the feedback he is given to build on his work.

22nd October

Reception Class

Aniya for being an excellent self-manager. She is very independent, always tries to do the right thing and helps others without being asked.

Isabella-Grace for being an excellent creative thinker. She has lots of good ideas on how to solve a problem, or has an interesting way of tackling tasks.

 

Year 1

Chidi for being a peacemaker because he is polite and helpful to all in Year 1.

Dominykas for being an effective investigator because he is able to answer questions when asked.

 

Year 2

Melanie for being an excellent information processor because she always edits her work to make sure it has all the information that is needed.

Xanthie for being an excellent active communicator because she speaks clearly and confidently, sharing her ideas with others.

 

Year 3

Oma for being a great independent learner especially when working with her learning partner in Maths.

Jebishan for being a great independent learner because he shows determination and perseverance when completing his work.

 

Year 4

Skye for being an effective investigator who works independently at all times.

Zakk for showing compassionate to those who are hurt.

 

Year 5

Jaydon for his service to all by helping those in need.

Janelle for being an independent learner and self-manager because she is highly motivated.

 

Year 6

Amelia for being a creative thinker because she uses her initiative when working.

Joe for his service to all because he is thoughtful of others.

16th October

Reception Class

Darragh for being a pro-active social thinker because he is willing to try new activities, make new friends, be a good listener and offer help to those who need it.

Arabel for being a problem solver because she is an active participator in all activities, listens well and acts on advice given as well as being able to evaluate her learning.

 

Year 1

Shwetha for being a self-manager because she independently works hard and discusses what she has learnt.

Arabella for offering forgiveness to everyone in Year 1.

 

Year 2

Tilly for being a self-manager because she uses her 5Bs when learning, asks amazing questions to get more information and works with and leads others by communicating clearly. 

Darasimi for being a problem solver because he uses his imagination and perseverance to solve problems and he shares his ideas with others.

 

Year 3

Asaya for showing service to all by helping others make the right decisions.

Benediktas for being a problem solver because he is an active participator in all activities, independently solving any problems he comes across.

 

Year 4

Olivia for being a self-manager because she is able to work independently and not get distracted by other children.

Oscar for being truthful in all that he does and says.

 

Year 5

Michelle for being a problem solver because she always perseveres and tries her best when learning.

Teddy for being an independent learner who always comes in with a positive attitude and is ready to learn.

 

Year 6

Mireille for being a creative thinker because her work is original, well-presented and artistically arranged.

Francis for being a problem solver because he asks well-thought out questions to deepen his learning and he never gives up!

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