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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.

7th May

Reception Class

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

Uriah for being a creative thinker. Uriah is more 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 more risks and learn from them.

 

Year 1

Chidi for being an effective investigator. During forest school inspired learning he was able to explore how to make music using different materials.

Wonuola for being a creative thinker. She has been writing to the fairies from forest school  asking them lots of interesting questions and using her creative ideas to suggest what their answers might be.

 

Year 2

Freddie L for being a self-manager because he has continued to apply his newly learnt neat handwriting independently and consistently.

Eli for being an active communicator as he is asking questions which help him to better understand what he is learning about.

 

Year 3

Cristina for being a great pro-active social thinker and an independent learner. Cristina never needs to be reminded of what to do and can work in any group constructively in any lesson.

Cian for being a reflective evaluator. Cian has been working very hard to improve the quality of his written work, especially with his handwriting. His letters are formed neatly, more consistent in size and joined carefully. 

 

Year 4

Wila for being an independent learner as he is listening more carefully to the viewpoints of others when they are learning.

Joshua O for being an independent learner as he is listening more carefully to the viewpoints of others when they are learning.

Azoma for being a self-manager as he is displaying a much more mature attitude towards his work and managing situations in class in a sensible manner.

 

Year 5

Santy for being an independent learner as she shows the right attitude to learning across the curriculum and values the thoughts of others.

Cairon for being compassionate towards his classmates as he always seeks to help others and help around the class.  He is a very polite member of Year 5. 

 

Year 6

Joshua for being humble. Joshua has become more willing to ask for support when he needs it in Maths.

Isla for being an active communicator. She has made some good improvements in her communication with others and is becoming more willing to discuss how she feels about issues or problems that may arise.

30th April

Reception Class

Jasmine for being a pro-active social thinker and reflective learner. She has tried really hard to make new friends and work with different children and activities independently. She has found this challenging but is persevering and now is beginning to reap the rewards.

Chisom for being a pro-active social thinker and reflective learner. She has tried really hard to make new friends and work with different children and activities independently. She has found this challenging but is persevering and now is beginning to reap the rewards.

 

Year 1

Eloise for being an effective investigator because in forest school inspired learning she was exploring mini-beasts and their habitats and could discuss what she was doing.

Steven for being a self-manager because he is beginning to work more independently during CIA time developing his own interests.

 

Year 2

Melanie for being a ‘Learning Champion’ because she goes above and beyond with her learning in school and at home - 48 reading quizzes in one week!!!!

Keeona for being an information processor for her work in maths working out the inverse.

 

Year 3

Oma for offering forgiveness and for being an effective investigator. Oma showed a calm and mature attitude when an incident occurred and she was very understanding towards her friend. Oma has also shown an excellent understanding of the scientific investigation carried out about shadows and could clearly describe her findings using scientific vocabulary.

Jane for being an independent learner. She has been a very enthusiastic learner this week and her confidence has grown. She was able to work independently in Maths showing good understanding of fractions as well as improving her reading skills and working towards becoming a free reader!

 

Year 4

Caleb for being an Information processor because he is explaining how to compare decimals to his learning partner so carefully during his maths lesson.

Nancy for being a pro-active social thinker for always being willing to work with others.

Brooke for being an active communicator as she has begun to talk more during class learning sessions which is a massive achievement.

Abigail for showing the value of forgiveness as she is always willing to accept that people can be genuinely sorry.

Orla for showing service to all as she was kind towards her friend when she was in need.

Olivia for showing compassion as she was kind towards your friend when she was in need.

 

Year 5

Charlotte for being an independent learner she has been bringing in additional work from home researching areas she is interested in including History. 

Jaydon for being an effective active communicator and information processor by reciting a poem and performing it with expression.

 

Year 6

Pierce for being a self-manager. He is making good improvements to his learning by ensuring that he completes tasks to the expected standard.

Oscar for showing service to all. He consistently displays exemplary manners and tries his best to do the right thing.

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.

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