Menu
Home Page

Headteacher's awards

1st July 2022

 

 

 

Reception Class

Natasha for being truthfulness. Over the year, Natasha has worked hard to remain truthful in all situations even when she finds it difficult. She always tries to be honest even when she knows there may be consequences.

 

Theon for being a self-manager and reflective evaluator. Theon is always focused on the task in hand and perseveres with an activity until it is completed. He listens to feedback and reasoning and will try to apply it. Theon is able to explain his thinking and use this to help others. He has been great this week with this when counting children and objects in groups.

 

Prosper for being an independent learner and self-manager. Prosper is able to select and use resources independently and is trying hard to persevere even when things become difficult. Prosper is very good at making links in his learning and will share his ideas with others. He has done this this week while writing his own version of The Very Hungry Caterpillar.

Year 1

Leo for being a reflective evaluator for the improvements he made to his cycling skills. 

 

Grace have for being a pro-active social thinker for her work with others as a Project Manager. 

 

Michaela for being a self-manager because she identifies how things make her feel.

 

Maya for being humble as she takes advice from other people.

 

Harry for being humble as he takes advice from other people. 

 

Emma for offering compassion because she is always kind to others.

 

Year 2

Janiah for attempting to be a more reflective learner as she is starting to understand that checking her work is essential.

 

Nia-Tyra for being a self-manager.  She manages her time more effectively and is more aware of the importance of focusing when learning so that she can fully participate in all lessons.

Year 3

Amy for being a creative thinker. Amy uses her imagination and creativity well during outdoor learning sessions, especially in our forest school time. She loves building different structures for different purposes and generates ideas for role plays.  

 

Maxime for being a creative thinker. Maxime's creativity comes through his descriptive writing. He is very imaginative and able to choose words and phrases effectively. 

 

Elise for being humble. Elise is always happy to help her friends when needed and is willing to learn from others. When working in pairs or groups, she always listens carefully and is respectful to the opinions of others.

 

Louie for being a peacemaker. When Louie experiences problems with his friends, his approach is always calm and he makes sensible choices to solve the issues. He offers forgiveness when his friends say sorry. 

Year 4

AJ for demonstrating truthfulness. AJ always has the courage to do the right thing, even when others do not.

 

Kharis for demonstrating service to all. Kharis demonstrates this value by being loyal and humble and showing a sense of community.

 

KJ for being a problem solver. KJ has been working hard in our decimals topic this week to solve problems and produce more fully developed responses to reasoning questions.  

 

Isla-Poppy for being an independent learner. In our maths learning, Isla-Poppy is beginning to demonstrate an understanding of the need to remain focused throughout the whole session, in order to achieve her full potential. 

 

Year 5

Oscar for being a self-manager. Oscar is now more able to stay focused when writing.

 

Abigail for being an independent learner. Abigail successfully uses many strategies to help her learn including the 5Bs of learning.

 

Kaylee for beginning to become a self-manager. Kaylee is trying really hard to get herself ready to learn for all lessons.

 

Emanuel for being an active communicator. Emanuel is trying to share his thoughts during class discussions.

 

Channelle for being an independent learner. Channelle successfully uses many strategies to help her learn including the 5Bs of learning.

 

Joshua O for offering service to all. He has been super helpful around the classroom.

 

Adele for being a peacemaker. Adele always tries to listen to everyone and then helps them to make the right decisions.

 

Alisa for offering service to all. Alisa has a real community spirit that she uses to help everyone across the school.

 

Joshua F for being a peacemaker. Joshua F always tries to listen to everyone and then helps them to make the right decisions.

 

Kayla for being truthful. Kayla understands that telling the truth is important even if it is difficult to do.

 

Year 6

Courtney for being creative thinker, pro-active social thinker and a problem solver for all her hard work during Funday.

 

Alicja for being a mission maker for her tireless work during Funday.

 

Jeremiah for offering service to all by making the right choices and for being a good role model.

24th June 2022

 

 

17th June 2022

 

 

 

Reception Class

Caleb for being an independent learner. Caleb has tried very hard to be a more active listener and learner during group activities. He is remaining more focused on tasks and trying to complete them independently.

 

Kaiyah for being a reflective evaluator. Kaiyah has tried very hard to listen to suggestions from adults and peers and act on the suggestions and feedback offered to her to improve her work.

 

Anh for offering service to all. Anh will always voluntarily lend a helping hand and go out of his way to help others without seeking external praise or recognition for it.

 

Josiah for offering forgiveness. Josiah will always accept an apology and is willing to give someone another chance, being first to offer a hand of friendship.

 

Bukunmi for being humble. Bukunmi has tried very hard to listen to her friends to learn from them and accept their ideas for the greater good.

Year 1

Aniya for being a peacemaker for listening well to all sides of a debate and looking to calm situations with her friends.

 

Jasmine for being humble as she is asking for help when she needs it, from friends and adults. She also compliments others on a job well done.

 

Grace for being a problem solver because of showing more self-belief by challenging herself every week with the class maths activity. 

 

Alayna for being an active communicator for working well in small groups, sharing her ideas and for beginning to ask more questions.

Year 2

Maria M for being a pro-active social thinker who shares her ideas and is a great role model.

 

Jayden for being a self-manager. During his art lesson he created a wonderful piece of African inspired art.

 

Wonuola for offering compassion as she considers her friends’ feelings and listens to what they say.

 

David for being humble.  David is a thinker who shares his ideas respectfully.

Year 3

Tessa for being a pro-active social thinker. In all lessons, Tessa always listens to and follows instructions carefully allowing her to complete her work to the best of her ability. She also appreciates constructive feedback. She is so happy to learn!

 

Melanie for being a reflective evaluator. Melanie always proofreads to evaluate and improve her written work as well as using the success criteria.  She knows how to be a successful learner.

 

Max for offering service to all. Throughout this year, Max has continued to work hard and do his best in every lesson with no expectation of reward! He is a great learning role model to everyone.

 

Ini for being a peacemaker. Ini now recognises what is unfair and how to seek justice by speaking up for himself and others. He now understands he can make wise choices to solve issues when there is a problem.

Year 4

Mya for being a self-manager. Throughout our Creativity Week, Mya has demonstrated that she is able to complete work to a high standard in the time frame given.

 

Cillian for demonstrating compassion. Cillian demonstrated compassion this week by taking time to find out about others and how he could help them.

 

Cillian for being a pro-active social thinker. Cillian listens well to the play leaders’ instructions during lunchtimes and always tries to play nicely with other children during different games.

 

Cian for being a pro-active social thinker. Cian listens well to the play leaders’ instructions during lunchtimes and always plays nicely with other children during different games.

 

Arthur for being a pro-active social thinker. Arthur listens well to the play leaders’ instructions during lunchtimes and always tries to play nicely with other children during different games.

 

Lex for being a pro-active social thinker. Lex listens well to the play leaders’ instructions during lunchtimes and always plays nicely with other children during different games.

 

Year 5

Skye has shown compassion to all. She consistently greets adults and her classmates and asks how them how they are. She is also helpful to others.

 

Brooke for being an active communicator because she has contributed her ideas in class discussions. She was able to express herself confidently when discussing the pros and cons of living near a volcano.

Year 6

Kaycee for being an independent learner, for working really hard in her writing and continuously showing a great attitude to learning.

Nathaniel for being a reflective evaluator, for always being focused and will evaluate his and others’ work effectively.  

 

Tobi for offering service to all. Tobi is working hard at being part of the school community by giving up his time to help others.

 

Nathaniel for offering forgiveness. Nathaniel has consistently shown forgiveness to all of his classmates. 

 

Amelia for demonstrating compassion. Amelia demonstrated compassion this week by taking time to find out about others and how she could help them.

27th May 2022

 

 

 

Reception Class

Terrell for being an information processor. Terrell always tries to follow instructions accurately. He will ask for clarification and use information to help him in his learning, especially during Helicopter Stories this week.

 

Miya for being an active communicator. Miya will now communicate clearly and audibly. She will ask questions to help her understand what is being asked of her.

 

Joel for being a self-manager. Joel always tries to make the right behaviour choices in his own learning. He will persevere and is able to select and use resources independently in order to be successful.

 

Olujimi for offering service to all. Olujimi will always happily tidy and sort resources in the classroom without being asked for the benefit of the class, and does not look for praise or recognition.

 

Gigaloluwa for being truthful. Gigaloluwa has learnt over the year that it is always best to tell the truth straight away, and he can be relied upon to be truthful in any situation.

Year 1

Leonel for offering service to all because of the wonderful letter he wrote and sent to the Queen to celebrate the Jubilee.

 

Joe for being an active communicator because of the wonderful letter he wrote and sent to the Queen to celebrate the Jubilee.

 

Chisom for being humble, for seeking assistance when she needs it and working to implement what she has been taught.

 

Etinosa for being an independent learner for his independent writing, where he used capital letters to start all of his sentences and also for names.

Year 2

Mason for offering service to all as he has been a fantastically helpful star of the week.

 

Eloise for offering service to all by helping to remind the boys of how to behave correctly.

 

Charlotte for being a problem solver who uses her words to ask for help.

 

Maria B for being a pro-active social thinker who is an active team worker who leads and works with others.

Year 3

Xanthie for being an information processor. Xanthie is very good at skimming and scanning the text to locate information and this is always evident in her comprehension and creative curriculum work when finding out about the Stone Age. 

 

Amelia-Marie for being an active communicator. Amelia- Marie is becoming very confident with her Maths skills and she is answering questions clearly, showed excellent learning in fractions.

 

Ire for offering service to all. Ire is showing all our school values and especially in setting a good example at forgiving and showing compassion to her friends when they have issues.

 

Tamilore for offering service to all. Tamilore is showing all our school values consistently and  being an excellent role model to others.

Year 4

Michelle for being an effective investigator. Michelle has demonstrated this learning behaviour this week by revisiting a task she started in her forest school sessions and has shown great persistence in completing the activity.

 

Arthur for showing service to all. During each forest school session, Arthur endeavours to help others and guide them in the completion of various tasks.

 

Oma for faithfulness. Oma is very knowledgeable about her faith and is willing to share her knowledge with others.

 

AJ for being a peacemaker. AJ seldom (if ever) finds herself involved in a discussion or argument with her peers. She is friendly and kind to others and goes out of her way to ensure her peers are happy and are getting along with each other.

 

Jebishan for being a problem solver. Jebishan is always willing to generate a variety of questions linked to his learning.

 

Jane for truthfulness. Jane recognises the need to be truthful if or when incidents occur; she has learnt from previous mistakes and is trying to put these right.

Year 5

Marcus for being faithful. Throughout the last two weeks, Marcus has been trying really hard to stay faithful; he does this by writing his own prayers and leading class prayers.

 

Migle for being a self-manager. Migle shows determination to finish her work to the best of her ability. In particular, Migle produced a well-organised and engaging debate.

Year 6

Nini for being humble. Nini is always helpful and kind and does it without being asked or wanting reward.

 

Jake for being an active communicator. Jake wrote a fantastic balanced argument on the pros and cons of homework, clearly sharing key points as well as his own opinion.

 

George for being an active communicator. Jake wrote a fantastic balanced argument on the pros and cons of homework, clearly sharing key points as well as his own opinion.

 

Cairon for being an active communicator. Cairon wrote a  fantastic balanced argument on the pros and cons of homework, clearly sharing key points as well as his own opinion.

 

Richard for being an active communicator. Richard is often able to share his thoughts on many concepts; helping others to understand the main teaching points.

 

Mikias for being a self-manager and for offering compassion. Mikias is independently working and always tries to use his 5Bs and work within a given time frame. Mikias is an excellent friend who is always willing to help others.

 

Etienne for being a self-manager and for offering service to all. Etienne is independently working and always tries to use his 5Bs and work within a given time frame. Etienne will always go the extra mile to help the adults and children of this school.

 

Rebecca for being an independent learner. Rebecca is becoming more focused when working and produces work of a high standard.

 

Dinura for being a reflective learner and for being truthful. Dinura is becoming more self-reflective and as a result has been able to edit his work to a very high standard. Dinura will always offer the truth in any situation to help resolve issues.

 

Stephanie for being a reflective learner and for being humble. Stephanie will always take the time to edit and improve her work so that it is of the highest standard. Furthermore, she will always help others without being asked or looking for reward.

 

Jeremiah for being truthful. No matter what situation, Jeremiah will always ensure that the truth is uncovered and that situations are resolved.

 

Kaycee for offering service to all. Kaycee is an excellent role model for all and is a wonderful asset to this school.

 

Joseph for offering forgiveness. Joseph is a kind and thoughtful friend who will always offer an olive branch to others and help them in their hour of need.

 

Ore for offering service to all. Ore is an excellent role model for all and is a wonderful asset to this school.

20th May 2022

 

  

 

Reception Class

Daniel for being a self-manager. Daniel has really tried this week to think about the choices he makes. He was excellent in tidying and organising the classroom and independently made sure everything was in its rightful place. He has also tried hard to try new activities and has been willing to take a risk.

 

Albert for being an active communicator. Albert has been an active participator this week during our carpet sessions and has been excellent in explaining his thinking and knowledge to his classmates to help them understand concepts. 

 

Miracle for being an active communicator: Miracle has been an active participator this week during our carpet sessions and has been excellent in explaining her thinking and knowledge to her classmates to help them understand concepts. 

 

Precious for offering service to all. Precious was excellent in tidying and organising the classroom and independently made sure everything was in its rightful place. She is always willing to offer help to both adults and children alike with a happy cheerful attitude. 

 

Michelle for being a peacemaker. Michelle is such an emotionally intelligent child, who instinctively knows when someone needs help or attention. She will willingly compromise for the benefit of the common good.

Year 1

Alayna for offering compassion, as she is always kind, helpful and friendly to her peers.

 

Tomas for being an information processor as he is always seeking to find out more by asking excellent questions.


Year 2

Arabella  for being humble. Arabella worked hard to create her mini beasts sculpture and was proud of the outcome without showing off.

 

Tamsin  for being humble. Tamsin worked hard to create her mini beasts sculpture and was proud of the outcome without showing off.

 

Poppy for being a peacemaker. Throughout outdoor learning, Poppy gracefully accepted that her time had to be spend on different activities and she did this without any fuss. 

 

Zachariah for being a reflective evaluator. Zachariah is able to reflect upon his prior knowledge about insects and shares this with his peers.

 

Alfie for being an information processor. Alfie uses information from books to direct his new learning.

Year 3

Eli for being a creative thinker. Eli was music wise during Forest Schools as he showed excellent drumming skills creating cool rhythms and invited others to join!

 

Elise for being an active communicator. Elise has shown great improvement in joining and sharing her ideas during class discussions and she is now putting her hand more often to answer questions. It is great to see her confidence grow.

 

Molly for offering compassion. Molly showed a really kind and caring attitude to her friends during Forest Schools when they were making their own band and creating a music area.

 

Freddie L for  being humble and for offering service to all. Freddie has put excellent effort into working hard to show all the learning behaviours. He has waited patiently for his award while he was happy for his friends when they received theirs. He always says well done to his friends for their achievements and is great at motivating and encouraging them!

 

Year 4

Stefan for being humble. Stefan is always willing to do something for the greater good with no expectation of recognition.

 

Asaya for being a pro-active social thinker. Asaya is a leader of learning; she models to others how to be focused and resilient.

 

Kharis for being a pro-active social thinker. She is a really good friend and is always willing to help others.

 

Gika for being a creative thinker. Gika shares her wonderful ideas with the class to help them with their learning.

 

Isabella for being a problem solver. Isabella is a kind and caring friend who helps people when they are sad and will work with others to resolve any important issues.

 

Lex for being an independent learner. Lex is a focused learner who always makes sure he meets deadlines and works to the best of his abilities.

Year 5

Caleb for being faithful. Caleb thoughtfully reflected during the class liturgy where he selected quotes from the bible and was able to state where the quote came from and what they meant to him.

 

Kayla for being a self-manager. Kayla is more able to follow instructions and complete her work in the given time. She is independently using her 5Bs and asking questions when she is unsure about key learning points. She is also starting to make more positive behaviour choices.

Year 6

Jake for being an independent learner and for always being truthful. Jake is working hard to complete work within the given time frame and is becoming more resilient. He is also always willing to take responsibility for his actions no matter how difficult it might be for him.

 

Nini for being a self-manager. Nini organises herself so that she is very focused during all learning sessions.

 

Nathaniel for being an independent learner and self-manager. Nathaniel is always ready to work and will challenge himself. He has excellent learning behaviours.

 

Ore for being a self-manager. Ore works hard at everything she does and sets herself targets that she successfully meets.

 

Tobi for being an independent learner. Tobi is developing his independence by consistently trying to use his 5Bs when working.

 

Cairon for offering service to all and for being a pro-active social thinker. Cairon has worked hard helping Year 1 become independent learners. He is very helpful and asks them great questions to help them with their learning.

 

Jenuska for being an independent learner and for being humble to others. Jenuska is working hard on being an independent learner by using her 5Bs and for not giving up. She does this without showing off and for asking for rewards.

 

Jaydon for offering compassion. Jaydon is a kind and caring child who will help others in times of difficulties.

13th May 2022

 

 

 

Reception Class

Louisa-Grace for compassion.  Louisa-Grace will always offer to help adults and children, showing great kindness to all. She is a wonderful role model to her peers.

 

Kathy Theresa for being an active communicator, listening carefully to others and making sensible and appropriate responses. Whilst understanding that even if an answer is incorrect, this is not a bad thing, but a highly beneficial way to improve her learning.

 

Year 1

Darragh for being an effective investigator for researching parts of an engine, before he began his construction project.

 

Grace for offering truthfulness as she is true to herself and does not only do tasks for rewards but because she genuinely wants to improve her learning. 

 

Year 2

Lucy for being an independent learner for persevering when answering arithmetic questions and not giving up until they were all correct.

 

Amelia for being an independent learner for persevering when answering arithmetic questions and not giving up until they were all correct.

 

Faith for being an independent learner for persevering when answering arithmetic questions and not giving up until they were all correct.

 

Jayden for offering truthfulness. Jayden is beginning to understand that honesty is always the best policy.

 

Mason for being a problem solver. Mason is beginning to see the value of jottings and that they can be used to support his answers to questions.

 

Year 3

Maya for being a creative thinker. Maya has been very imaginative and designed a very good poster about 'Soil Formation'; clearly illustrating and explaining what is happening in each area.

 

Amelia for offering compassion. Amelia has been a really good learning partner by showing patience and care when helping with designing their posters. 

 

Year 4

Nathan for being a creative thinker. During the forest school session, Nathan was able to adapt his original idea to change his thinking and work effectively within another group.

 

Francine for demonstrating faithfulness. Francine is always willing to share her knowledge and understanding of faith with others.

 

Year 5

Florence for offering service to all. She offers help to peers and adults when they need it. Florence greets adults in the morning and asks about their day. She holds the door for her peers through school transitions and is very polite to those she meets.

 

Nicole for being a problem solver. She is really focused and concentrates when trying all questions during Maths lessons. She is confidently sharing ideas and perseveres even if it difficult.

 

Year 6

Nifemi for offering compassion. Nifemi has been a really good friend to others and is willing to help then in their hour of need.

 

Tobi for being humble. Tobi will help others without being asked and does not want recognition for it.

 

Rebecca for offering service to all. Rebecca has helped with the ideas and letter writing for the upcoming cultural days.

 

Amelia for offering service to all. Rebecca has helped with the ideas and letter writing for the upcoming cultural days.

 

Zita for offering service to all. Rebecca has helped with the ideas and letter writing for the upcoming cultural days.

 

Jenuska for offering service to all. Rebecca has helped with the ideas and letter writing for the upcoming cultural days.

 

Teddy for being a mission maker. Teddy embodies all the school values and he is an excellent role model for all. His positive attitude, commitment and encouragement to others is amazing.

 

Ore for being a pro-active social thinker and creative thinker. Her leadership skills show that she can motivate and encourage others but is also willing to challenge when deadlines are not met.

 

Santy for being a pro-active social thinker and creative thinker. Santy will always think of great ideas, share them with others and then go and put them into action. She is a great team player and a wonderful organiser.

 

Alicja for being a learning champion. She always uses her skills to develop her learning; she is not afraid of making mistakes because she knows she will learn from them and she helps others’ to achieve and will celebrate their successes.

6th May 2022

 

 

Reception Class

Miya for offering forgiveness.  Miya has an open heart and is always willing to offer forgiveness and show kindness to others, even if she has been hurt. 

 

Theo  for being a pro-active social thinker.  This week he has been a great role model to others on the playground, willing to take turns and show respect, listen to others and work as a team. Everyone is delighted to see his confidence growing. 

 

Year 1

Amos for being peacemaker. Amos always stays calm and helps to smooth over any upsets with his friends by showing small acts of kindness every day.

 

Annabeth for being a pro-active social thinker as she works so well as part of a group. She is able to take turns fairly, listen to friend's ideas, taking them on board, or disagreeing politely and without offending anyone.

 

Year 2

Chidi for being humble. Chidi understands that he has a good general knowledge and is always  willing to share this knowledge with his peers.

 

Deigo for being a peacemaker because he is always playing kindly with his peers.

 

Miracle for being a self-manager as she is working independently in class.

 

Ivy for being truthful. Ivy is always considering how she can do the right thing and how she can help to support her peers if they are finding it difficult to make good choices.

Year 3

Davina for being a reflective learner. She always reflects on her work thoroughly, giving clear feedback to teacher's marking, editing and improving her work without prompts.

 

Darasimi for offering service to all. Dara sets an excellent example by showing good learning behaviours, is always willing to help others and has excellent manners.

 

Year 4

Anthony for demonstrating service to all. Anthony demonstrated this school value during our forest school session on Wednesday. He worked effectively with others to give his session over to cook hot dogs for Year 4 and Year 6, while expecting no reward in return. 

 

Cristina for being a pro-active social thinker. During our forest school session, Cristina communicated effectively with others and took on a range of roles in the preparation of the food for Year 4 and Year 6. Furthermore, she was able to think through the best way to serve the food to the classes without requiring guidance.

Year 5

Wila for being an active communicator. Wila consistently participates in class discussions and is able to clearly communicate his ideas and opinions by using examples and making links to prior knowledge.

 

Maya for offering compassion. Every morning, without being prompted, Maya cheerfully and thoughtfully, greets her peers and adults and offers help where she can.

Year 6

Adrian for being a pro-active social thinker. Adrian demonstrated this during our forest school session on Wednesday. He worked effectively with others to give his session over to cook hot dogs for Year 4 and Year 6, while expecting no reward in return. 

 

Michelle for demonstrating service to all. Michelle demonstrated this school value during our forest school session on Wednesday. She worked effectively with others to give her session over to cook hot dogs for Year 4 and Year 6, while expecting no reward in return. 

 

Janelle for being a pro-active social thinker. Janelle demonstrated this during our forest school session on Wednesday. She worked effectively with others to give her session over to cook hot dogs for Year 4 and Year 6, while expecting no reward in return. 

 

Charlotte for being a pro-active social thinker. Charlotte demonstrated this during our forest school session on Wednesday. She worked effectively in setting up an eating area for children to enjoy their food, while expecting no reward in return. 

 

Stephanie for being a pro-active social thinker. Stephanie has been working hard in class to be aware that respect for others is important and is encouraging her peers to be focused and resilient learners.

29th April 2022

 

   

 

Reception Class

Seyifunmi  for being an information processor. Seyifunmi is working very hard trying to communicate using the PECS communication system. She is beginning to follow instructions and apply her knowledge of PECS when prompted.

 

Prosper for offering compassion. Prosper noticed that his friend was struggling to do the poppers on his coat and was becoming upset. He offered to help his friend without being prompted and demonstrated how to do them.

 

Year 1

TJ for being a learning champion because she applies all learning behaviours in her own learning and also encourages them in her peers.

 

Eloka for being humble because he identifies what he needs help with and seeks support when he cannot solve a problem alone.

 

Year 2

Miracle for being an independent learner. Miracle works well independently, she listens to instructions and completes activities as asked.

 

Esmee for being a peacemaker and for offering service to all.  Esmee is compassionate and understands the feelings and needs of her peers making sure that she cares for her friends when they need additional support. She also has excellent manners including opening the doors for other children of the school and letting them go in first.

 

Ivy for offering service to all. Ivy went around taking wonderful photographs of the forest school and bean planting sessions offered to the parents and children of Our Lady’s.

 

Year 3

Simona for being truthful. Simona always chooses to do the right thing and speaks the truth even in tricky situations. She will always be fair and not blame others when things go wrong. 

 

Tilly for being an active communicator. Tilly has become really confident in class discussions, she is participating more often, sharing her learning, suggesting ideas and responding to challenging questions. This was particularly evident in the Stone Age topic that was recently completed. 

 

Year 4

Maisie for demonstrating forgiveness.  Maisie has shown forgiveness towards others this week and recognised the importance of this in maintaining her relationships with her peers.

 

Hattie for being an independent learner and for offering service to all. Since our return to school after the Easter break, Hattie is working hard to become an independent learner in the classroom by being more willing to use her 5Bs when she encounters a problem. Hattie was excellent when organising resources and activities for the forest school and bean planting sessions for the parents and children of the school.

 

Year 5

Olivia  for being a self-manager. She uses this learning behaviour across all subjects by focusing on and improving and developing her work further. She also completes her work independently within the given timescale using her 5Bs if she is ever unsure.

 

Eliana for demonstrating humility and for being a problem solver . Elianna consistently puts others before herself by helping her peers or adults without being prompted in the classroom or school community. She will give up her own time to help the school, she will organise and solve any problems and she was excellent during the forest school and planting sessions offered to the parents and children of the school.

 

Abigail for offering service to all. Abigail willing contributed, gave up her own time and offered her help to organise, share and deliver ideas for the forest school and bean planting sessions offered to the parents and children of Our Lady’s.

 

Shevonne for offering service to all. Shevonne willing contributed, gave up her own time and offered her help to organise, share and deliver ideas for the forest school and bean planting sessions offered to the parents and children of Our Lady’s.

 

Channelle for offering service to all. Shevonne willing contributed, gave up her own time and offered her help to organise, share and deliver ideas for the forest school and bean planting sessions offered to the parents and children of Our Lady’s.

 

Year 6

George  for being truthful and for offering service to all. George has been incredibly honest and has spoken the truth and taken responsibility for his actions. He was truly inspiring during the forest school and bean planting sessions offered to the parents and children of Our Lady’s.

 

Jeremiah for being an active communicator. Jeremiah has been an excellent learning partner and has eagerly contributed in lessons.

 

Charlotte for offering service to all. Charlotte will quietly work around the school to make sure everything is in place, will help children and adults to achieve goals and is a fabulous organiser.

 

1st April 2022

 

 

 

Reception Class

Isaiah for being a pro-active social thinker. Isaiah is always aware of his friends, happily takes turns, shares his ideas and will compromise for the good of the group.

 

Lochlann for being an active communicator. Lochlann speaks at length and will always give a full and accurate account of an event. He also happily explains his thinking.

 

Daniel for offering truthfulness. Daniel can always be relied upon to tell the truth in any situation even if it is difficult for him.

 

Albert for being humble. Albert is always aware of his friends, happily takes turns and will often let others go before him demonstrating considerable patience.

 

Year 1

Lynette for offering compassion. Lynette is always showing care for people, plants and animals in her environment.

 

Joe for offering faithfulness as he joined in with all of the key prayers in church this week, at the Stations of the Cross and maintained his concentration.

 

Promise for developing his independent learning skills because he choosing more developed problems and organising his own resources.

 

Joshion for being a self-manager because of his commitment to writing a series of related stories which he has begun self-editing.

 

Year 2

Charlotte for offering compassion as she looks after her friends and recognises how they feel.

Nosa for demonstrating faithfulness.  When we were having a biscuit and checking that the biscuit was not made from chocolate, as he did not want to break his Lenten promises.

Deigo for being an active communicator and responding to questions about his learning.

Dominykas for being a self-manager and working very hard to remember to work within class rules.

Year 3

Towela for being a problem solver. Towela is showing good problem-solving skills in group work by suggesting new ideas and making sure everyone agrees on what needs to be done. She is also becoming more confident when problem solving in Maths by using good reasoning skills.

 

Freddie B for offering forgiveness. Freddie is always very kind and willing to forgive his friends despite being upset. He accepts the apology and moves on.

 

Aiden for being a peacemaker. Aiden is trying really hard to build good friendships with others and always wants to play peacefully. He respects others' opinions and chooses not to argue over disagreements.

 

Molly for being a pro-active social thinker.  Although Molly is more of a self-wise person, she is always happy to work with others in a group activity and shows respect for different points of view.

 

Year 4

Arthur for being a creative thinker. During our persuasive writing topic, Arthur created some great ideas and was able to produce a good piece of writing from this.

 

Lex for being humble. Lex planned and carried out an initiative in which he is raising money for Cafod; he is kind and considerate towards others and puts their needs before his own.

 

Benediktas for being an Independent Learner.  During our persuasive writing topic, Benediktas produced a great piece of writing in which he included many of the key features that we had discussed in an accurate way.

 

Isabel for demonstrating faithfulness. Throughout the range of Lenten activities in recent weeks, Isabel has shown that she is thoughtful, knowledgeable and reflective towards her faith.

Year 5

Marcus for consistently developing the skill of being a self-manager. This has been reflected in your change of attitude as you are trying really hard to make the right choices and stay focused whilst working.

Feranmi for showing faithfulness. Feranmi is developing his understanding of his faith and has demonstrated this through the interactions he has with his peers and adults, personal reflection and the detailed work that  he is beginning to show in R.E.

Skye for being a self-manager. Skye is able to independently finish work in the time frame given and is starting to develop justifying her answers with examples particularly in R.E and English.

Emanuel for offering the values of kindness and compassion to your peers and adults. You consistently say kind words to your peers and offer help where needed.

 

Year 6

Dumebi for being an information processor. In lessons, Dumebi has worked hard and completed every task to a very high standard.

 

Joshua for being a creative thinker. Joshua has created thoughtful and insightful points for our morning behaviour blueprint discussions in class and spent a considerable amount of his free time practising artistic pursuits.

 

Tobi for offering truthfulness. Over the last few weeks Tobi has been the first to admit fault and apologise and has aimed to improve his behaviour choices on a daily basis.

 

Janelle for being humble. Janelle is always kind and consistently helps others without being asked.

25th March 2022

 

 

Reception Class

Gigalolouwa for being an active communicator. Gigalolouwa is beginning to share his ideas with others to help them with their learning.

Caleb for being humble. Caleb will always let others go first and will willingly share his resources and ideas.  

Year 1

TJ for offering service to all. TJ is always willing to help a friend or adult who is in need.

Uriah for being a problem solver. Uriah was able to investigate different ways to measure classroom equipment and then could sort them into size order.

Year 2

Chidi for being a creative thinker in his recent RE lessons.

Nosa for always being truthful and striving to do his best at all times.

Year 3

Ethan for being humble. Ethan is always kind and caring towards others and takes responsibility for his actions.

 

Simona for being a reflective learner. Simona always actively contributes to lessons and is trying hard to improve aspects of her writing such as spelling.

 

Year 4

Edward for being a pro-active social thinker. Throughout this term, Edward has worked hard to begin to improve how he communicates with others. 

 

Matthew for being a peacemaker. Matthew is beginning to understand the need to work and play well with others and has shown that he can be a considerate leader.

Year 5

Rebecca for being an independent learner. Rebecca has worked extremely hard across all subjects to complete work independently using her 5Bs. In English, Rebecca could compare similarities and differences across a variety of texts.

Orla for consistently demonstrating service to all. Orla consistently puts others before herself by helping peers or adults in the classroom or around the school.

Year 6

Adrian for offering service to all. Adrian has been helping others in Maths and makes sure that other children stay focused in class.

 

Joseph for being a self-manager. Joseph was able to successfully plan and implement his wonderful ideas for his project management task on sustainable housing for the future. 

 

18th March 2022

 

Reception Class

Miracle for being truthful as she always tries to do the right thing and treats everyone equally.

 

Gabriel for being an active communicator who listens to others with consideration and responds appropriately, sharing his own thoughts and ideas.   

 

Year 1

Alama for being a creative thinker for the story that she wrote in Child Initiated Learning as it was very interesting.

 

Etinosa for being humble because he reflects on his learning and identifies what it is he needs to learn to move on.

 

Year 2

Eloise for being an independent learner. Eloise is more focussed on her work and is trying hard to manage herself independently when writing. 

 

Faith for being compassionate. Faith is showing great kindness towards all of her friends demonstrating her determination to have compassion for all.

 

Year 3

Maya for offering forgiveness. During forest school they were given the task of recreating when Howard Carter discovered King Tut's tomb. Maya delegated jobs to the team but soon found they had abandoned her to do other things. They apologised to her and she accepted their apology knowing that we all make mistakes and that by forgiving them she has shown an act of mercy, sincerity and kindness. Maya always has an open and giving heart, particularly on this day because she was willing to give her group another chance to help her create the scene, setting a good example for others.

 

Isaac F for being a creative thinker. Isaac is always willing to take risks, evaluating different ideas by exploring and experimenting through asking questions, to create the final product. He has shown this with the forest school sculpture idea of a waterfall feature. He always listens to feedback given to him and will try to incorporate as many of the ideas into his work/design as possible. 

 

Year 4

Aaron for being an effective investigator. During reading sessions, Aaron is able to listen carefully to the text and make contributions to the discussion using evidence to support his ideas.

 

Isla-Poppy for demonstrating compassion. Isla-Poppy demonstrates this school value by showing good manners to staff and children alike, and tries her best to be kind to others. 

 

Year 5

Valentina for consistently being an independent learner. Valentina produces work to a good quality, uses the 5B to complete her work independently within the timescale given.

 

Channelle for being truthful. Channelle is able to reflect upon her own behaviour and make changes when needed.

 

Year 6

George for being a self-manager. George has been persevering with his learning in all lessons, particularly in maths. He is working to the best of his ability and is helping others when they are working. (Nominated by Santy)

 

Alicja for offering service to all. Alicja has been helping her learning partner stay focused at all times and is giving gentle reminders to help them stay on task. (Nominated by Richard)

11th March 2022 

    

 

Reception Class

Belle for being a pro-active social thinker. Belle has been an active participator during carpet sessions and she is offering ideas. Belle works well with her friends, sharing ideas and resources co-operatively.

 

Terrell for being a peacemaker. He is offering forgiveness to others, being a good role model for his friends and doing what is best for the group. 

 

Year 1

Eloka for being a problem solver because he applies the learning behaviour skills to any problem - social skills, building, reading, writing, maths!

 

Mireya for offering forgiveness because this week she used a kind way to tell somebody that they had made a mistake.

 

Year 2

Sebastian for being an active communicator during a science lesson and sharing his ideas with his peers.

Shwetha for being an independent learner. Shwetha takes all of her work very seriously, she is happy to share her ideas with her peers and is never boastful about what she can achieve independently.

Year 3

Godswill for being an independent learner and self- manager. Godswill has been really challenging himself, especially during maths lessons by not only completing the work set for him but also any challenges set, even when he really struggled with it. His work ethic has really turned corner and long may this continue. I'm really impressed with his recent behaviour.

 

Melanie for being humble. She is always willing to helps others, not just her peers but adults too, expecting nothing in return. She has impeccable manners and is a good role model. She settles down quickly to undertake tasks given and completes them to the best of her ability. 

 

Tessa for offering service to all and being a self-manager. She successfully competed in a trampolining competition and came second. She competed against children who were nearly 4 years older than her and she shone! 

Year 4

KJ for being humble. During our forest school sessions, KJ is willing to lend a hand and go out of his way to help others like the good Samaritan.

 

Cillian for being a creative thinker. Cillian has demonstrated this learning behaviour during our English work by thinking creatively and using his imagination during our persuasive writing topic.

 

Year 5

Azoma is trying really hard to consistently be a self-manager. He is completing his work and making improvements in the time given as well as actively listening in class to the ideas of others.

Sannoven has offered service to all. He is thinking and asking about the ways he can help others in class.

Year 6

Nini for offering compassion. Nini is always helpful, kind-mannered and polite to both students and staff. In the last few weeks, she has gone above and beyond by helping others in lessons around her and showing patience and resilience. 

 

Zita for being an active communicator. Zita has consistently asked for help when struggling, began actively participating in class discussions and has often asked for individual targets and ways to improve her work.

4th March 2022

   

Our EYFS & KS1 winners.   

Reception Class

Theo B for being a true learning champion. Theo has had an amazing week being a very active learner and participator with our new topic of Superheroes. He has been generous to his classmates with his ideas and solutions, as well as managing his own projects.

 

Joel for offering compassion. Joel demonstrates compassion towards others in a variety of ways; helps everyone, listens and responds patiently to his friends and their individual needs.

Year 1

Promise for being compassionate because he considers the feelings of others when making decisions. 

 

Jade for being a creative thinker because she thinks of creative ways to apply her learning.

Year 2

Steven for being an information processor.  Steven enjoys Science and has shown an interest in and willingness to discuss his understanding of our work on materials.

Janiah for compassion as she is kind when sitting on the carpet with her learning partners.

Year 3

Isaac M for being a self-manager. Isaac works very well on his own and is brilliant at avoiding distractions. He is always ready for learning on time.

 

Kanye for offering service to all. Kanye always shows exemplary behaviour in class by listening attentively and working hard in all subjects. He is a helpful learning partner and sets a good example when working as part of a collaborative team. 

Year 4

Kharis for being an active communicator. Particularly during our Creativity week, Kharis worked effectively in a range of groups and paired activities by debating and justifying her ideas.

 

Anna for demonstrating faithfulness. Anna has demonstrated faithfulness throughout the year so far in the reverence she shows towards times of prayer, during Masses and services, and in RE lessons. More recently, during our discussion about prayer, Anna was able to share her knowledge of important prayers.

Year 5

Shevonne for being a creative thinker! Shevonne has created a fantastic knowledge organiser based on the Mayan’s. She is also consistently showing good work in school and for homework tasks.

Feranmi for being truthful. Feranmi has worked very hard to continue to make the right choices.

Year 6

Santy for offering service to all. Santy is always helpful to her peers and the staff. 

 

Stephanie for being an independent learner and effective investigator. Stephanie consistently produces beautifully presented, excellent work that shows her endless perseverance and hard work.

11th February 2022

 

Reception

Bukunmi for being an active communicator. Bukunmi is always willing to share her ideas with others and offer appropriate responses in conversations.  This week she has used lots of descriptive language in role playing and the retelling of traditional tales using her puppets.

 

Matthew for offering compassion.  Matthew is developing greater empathy for others by listening to his friends and teachers and sharing his own ideas and the classroom resources.

 

Isaiah for showing faithfulness by sharing the stories of Jesus with others.

 

Theo B for being an independent learner. Theo is using the sounds he has learnt in phonics lessons and is working hard to apply them during different activities of his choosing.

 

Year 1

Annabeth for being a mission maker because she is thoughtful about everything she does and always trying her best to do the right thing. 

 

Darragh for offering compassion because he always includes others in his work in a friendly and welcoming way.

 

Leonel for being an information processor for his story map of ‘We're Going on a Bear Hunt’.

 

Emma for being a reflective evaluator because she is checking her work and making improvements.

 

Year 2

Arabella for being an active communicator. Arabella always involves herself in class discussions and gives great ideas for everyone to learn from.

 

Wonuola for being a self-manager. Wonuola is always ready to learn and is incredibly organised.

 

Mary-Jennifer for offering compassion. Mary-Jennifer is a kind friend to many.

 

Shwetha for being a mission maker. Shwetha is an excellent role-model who always tries her best and wants to help everyone she meets.

 

David for being an independent learner. David is trying really hard to be an independent learner who can organise himself and the tasks he needs to do.

 

Steven for being a problem solver. After a maths lesson, Steven went home and thought of another way of solving a maths problem and then explained his idea.

 

Joshua for offering service to all. Joshua thinks of others, will say good morning to many staff members and will always try his best.

 

Alfie for being humble. Alfie will help others and share his ideas and resources without being asked to.

 

Year 3

Eli for offering compassion. Eli is always polite to all adults and his friends. He cares about everyone, especially when they need help.

 

Melanie for offering service to all. Melanie shows exemplary behaviour in class by working sensibly, shares good ideas during discussions and always works hard to complete her work to a high standard.

 

Maya for being a reflective learner. Maya always want to learn and shows resilience when learning. She always pushes herself to improve her work by following the advice given by her teachers and learning partners. 

 

Darasimi for being an independent learner. Darasimi is a confident learner and enjoys being independent. He always works to the best his ability and shows the right attitude towards learning in all lessons.

 

Year 4

Nathaniel for demonstrating truthfulness. Nathaniel has begun to show that he is more willing to speak the truth even if it is hard, take responsibility for his actions and accept what happens next.

 

Isabella for being a peacemaker. Isabella is consistently welcoming and inclusive. She is open to hearing different sides of a story and will try to negotiate and solve problems.

 

Isabel for being an active communicator. While working in a team with other children, Isabel has begun to share ideas and respect those with an opposing view to her own.

 

Benediktas for being an effective investigator. During Maths this week, Benediktas was able to adapt and apply his knowledge of odd and even numbers in a variety of different learning tasks.

 

Year 5

Kaylee for offering service to all. Kaylee is beginning to consistently think of others. You are becoming more compassionate, polite and considerate to others.

 

Wila for demonstrating humility in all that he does. He consistently shows respect and when working with other and is considerate of their needs.

 

Joshua F for being a problem solver. Joshua consistently shows a good attitude towards learning and there is no challenge that he is not ready for solve.

 

Eliana for being an active communicator. She consistently shows this throughout class discussions, in her written work and when she supports her peers. She also has excellent manners and offers service to all as she will always greet and check in on adults and children of the school.

 

Year 6

Richard for being truthful. Richard always tells the truth, even when it is hard. He takes responsibility for his actions and is always ready to make amends in any way he can. 

 

Etienne for being humble. Etienne always works hard, and acts in a mature and kind way without looking for recognition. 

 

Michelle for being an independent learner. Michelle always politely greets all members of staff with enthusiasm and consistently shows an excellent attitude towards her learning.

 

Teddy for being a self-manager. Teddy takes responsibility and pride in his work. After looking over his work and entirely independently, he identified a problem and took it home to build on his learning, when he found it hard, he asked for help in a respectful and appropriate way. He has shown over the last week a phenomenal attitude to learning. 

4th February 2022

 

Reception Class

Michelle for being a creative thinker and information processor. Michelle has worked incredibly hard making her bag and purse every day this week. She listened to and followed instructions on how to sew.

 

Lochlann for offering service to all. Lochlann is a happy, caring and thoughtful member of the class. He willingly helps and works with everyone and will tidy items away without being asked.

 

Year 1

Leo for being a peacemaker because he notices how he can support his friends.

 

Dylan for being an information processor for his research on Bamburgh Castle.

 

Year 2

Nosa for being a fantastic pro-active social thinker. Nosa has been working in a kind and supportive way with his learning partner throughout this week.

 

Nia-Tyra for being truthful. In class, she is much more receptive to advice and suggestions in everything she does.

 

 

Year 3

Ire for being a pro-active social thinker. Ire always listens carefully and follows instructions in lessons. Her self-motivation and focused attitude is helping her improve in all areas of her learning.

 

Davina for being a mission maker. Davina is exemplary pupil who shows all our schools values every single day. She also has outstanding attitude towards learning!

 

 

Year 4

Cristina for showing service to all. In her role as a play leader, as well as in her day-to-day interactions with everyone within the school community, Cristina ensures that she works together to achieve school goals.

 

Alden for being an information processor. Alden consistently demonstrates this learning behaviour by carefully planning out the steps he is going to take to complete a task and uses these planned steps to complete tasks accurately.

 

Year 5

Shevonne for being a reflective learner, Shevonne is consistently working independently, trying new ways of learning, making changes to work when necessary and not involving herself in any issues that may arise. She is working very hard!

 

Zakk for being truthful. Zakk is taking responsibility for and reflect upon his actions.

 

Year 6

Jake for being an effective investigator. Recently, Jake has really thrown himself into his learning and as a result there has been a huge improvement in attitude and skill, particularly in Maths.

 

Janelle for offering service to all. Janelle is a very supportive and helpful member of Year 6 and she always tries her best in all that she does.

 

Courtney for being a mission maker. Courtney is exemplary pupil who shows all our schools values every single day. She also has outstanding attitude towards learning!

28th January 2022

 

Reception Class

Josiah for being an independent learner. Josiah has been working very hard to think of, and complete, a wide variety of activities during his CIA sessions. He is able to have the initial idea, find resources, attempt the task and evaluate independently.

 

Theo Jukes for offering forgiveness. Theo has been very mature in his approach and attitude towards forgiving any wrongdoing aimed at him. He is actively demonstrating that he has forgiven and is moving on.

 

Year 1

Amos for being an independent learner. He working well in the research centre and created a booklet about different countries of the world.

Bella for being humble. Bella asks for help with her writing and is noticing what she needs to do to improve her work.

Year 2

Dominykas for being truthful and making the right choice when faced with a difficult situation.

 

Ivy for being an independent learner. Ivy is working very hard on completing tasks independently before asking for help.

Year 3

Tamilore for being an independent learner. She is always attempting her work independently and completing it to the best of her abilities. She is also good at giving reasons for her judgements and decisions both verbally and in writing.

 

Amy for service to all. Amy is an excellent role model to others in class, she is very conscientious about her work, an excellent team worker and is always willing to help around the class. 

Year 4

Cian for demonstrating faithfulness. Whether in the classroom or at break times, Cian ensures he treats those around him as Jesus would treat others.

 

Asaya for being a reflective evaluator. Asaya models this learning behaviour during class discussions by justifying her ideas with evidence. 

Year 5

Alisa for being an effective and independent learner. Alisa consistently uses her 5Bs and checks her work to improve it and always acts on feedback.  As a result of this, her writing has improved greatly!

Valentina for consistently offering kindness to her peers and adults. In forest schools, Valentina noticed that her friend was alone and upset so she included her in her game and cheered them up.

Year 6

Jaydon for being an independent learner. He persevered with his maths work and decided upon an ‘I can do this’ attitude and succeeded.

Nathaniel for being a mission maker. Nathaniel is a wonderful role model to all across the school, he consistently works hard, cares for others and always tries his best.  

21st January 2022

 

Reception Class

Olujimi for being an independent learner. Olujimi always selects his own resources and can explain his thinking. He remains focused on the task in hand and will apply his knowledge to help him with new learning.

Peter for offering truthfulness. Peter has been working hard on being truthful and accepting any consequences that come from his choices. Peter will now volunteer information and is truthful even when he finds it hard.

 

Year 1

Harry for being an active communicator. He is sharing his thoughts and ideas with his friends and teachers, and putting his hand up to share even more ideas on the carpet.

Ruby for being a peacemaker because she is always ready to help anybody and let them join in her activities making them feel welcome.

 

Year 2

Tamsin for working hard on being an independent learner.  Tamsin has made a greater effort to start working independently when doing all activities.

Maria M for working harder on the value of service to all by helping others as well as making a greater effort to listen to instructions. Maria is becoming a role model.

 

Year 3

Freddie B. for being a self-manager. Freddie is enjoying taking more responsibility for his learning and increasingly working well on his own. He is working hard on his targets and it is paying off, especially in writing! 

Isaac F. for offering compassion and being humble. Isaac has been a very helpful and useful learning partner, listening to his partner carefully, encouraging him to work and helping him complete his task. He was also helping others during computing lesson, showing how to apply some features of PowerPoint.

 

Year 4

Jane for being an effective investigator. During our Maths lessons, Jane has worked hard to apply her knowledge to different styles of questions, using the resources around her.

Gika for demonstrating truthfulness. Gika has the courage to make the right decisions with her behaviour choices even when others do not.

 

Year 5

Mya W for being a self-manger. She is very motivated to finish her work to the expected standards by consistently contributing in class discussions, working within a timescale and moving on to extension work when she can.

Migle for showing service to all by consistently putting others before herself. This behaviour is reflected in the playground at lunch times and break times because she treats the adults and her peers with the respect they deserve.

 

Year 6

Jenuska for offering compassion. She has worked really hard and shown incredible patience and consideration towards her learning partner. At all times she offered help and support particularly when completing peer assessment work.

Amelia for being a self-manager. Amelia has worked hard to complete all her tasks to the expected standards within the time scale and listened carefully to what she needed to do next.

14th January 2022

 

Reception Class

Kaiyah for showing compassion as she always tries to be kind to everyone.  She offers help and words of encouragement to others.

Precious for being a pro-active social thinker, sharing her ideas, working with others and having a good attitude towards her learning.

 

Year 1

Maya for being a pro-active social thinker because she has been more forthcoming with her ideas when working with the whole class.

Michaela for offering service to all for sharing ideas with her peers for how they could move their learning forwards.

 

Year 2

Esmee for being a fantastic problem solver.  She has come back to school ready to learn and is writing a recount based on her discussions with her peers.

Poppy for showing compassion. Since coming back to school she has been a fantastic friend to all and has worked well with her learning partner.

 

Year 3

Towela for being a peacemaker. Towela always maintains her calm attitude even under pressure and when things get tricky. This approach helps create peace both in class and outside when there are problems.

Amelia for being an independent learner. Amelia uses 5Bs and always attempts her task first before asking for help. She is becoming more and more independent when doing class activities.

 

Year 4

Mya for being a peacemaker. Whether in class or during break and lunchtimes, Mya shows independence of mind and does not follow the crowd.

Oma for being an independent learner. Oma demonstrates her independence in her learning by consistently working to the best of her ability.

 

Year 5

Joshua O for being an independent learner. He consistently uses the 5Bs approach to how to learn and has demonstrated that he can work independently. His participation in class discussions is amazing as he actively shares his ideas and is not afraid to learn from his mistakes. He is also working really hard on improving his handwriting. He has also shown good team work when learning about maps.

 

Year 6

Courtney for showing faithfulness. Her contributions to the virtual Epiphany Mass were reverent and loving.

Courtney for being an independent learner. She is always trying to use her 5Bs, help others and develop her own skills in all areas of the curriculum.

3rd December 2021

 

Reception Class

Kathy Teresa for her faithfulness. She treats others how she would treat Jesus.

Natasha for being a good self-manager. She knows when to ask for help and is making her own choices. 

 

Year 1

Chisom for being an independent learner for remembering to practise her reading at home and then applying her learning in class.

Dylan for showing faithfulness.  He shared a prayer about being thankful for his sister.

 

Year 2

Shwetha for being an information processor as she is an active learner who can independently find out important information.

Joshua for being a problem solver. He can solve a problem independently but will also seek help if he needs it.  In maths he uses his prior knowledge and applies this to new learning to resolve reasoning style questions.

 

Year 3

Louie for being an active communicator. Recently, Louie has been contributing to class discussions, is answering more questions, sharing his ideas and giving detailed explanations as he speaks.

Tessa for being humble. Tessa has been a great learning partner and she has helped her friends during our project management activities. She is always willing to help others achieve.

 

Year 4

Stan for being a creative thinker. During our Forest School session, Stan was able to help lead an activity in which the children were making models from clay to tell a story.

Michelle for being humble in all that she does. She consistently demonstrates wonderful manners and is polite to all those around her.

 

Year 5

Kaylee for being a peacemaker. She took responsibility for her actions and apologised when she made a mistake and took the time to make sure everyone was ok.

Zakk for being an independent learner. He is using his 5Bs and other strategies to learn rather than relying on support from adults.

 

Year 6

Nifemi for being an active communicator. Nifemi is always willing to share his ideas during class discussions and he asks great questions that challenge everyone.

Alicja for being humble. Alicja will do something for the greater good with no need for recognition. 

 

26th November 2021

Reception Class

Josiah for being a reflective learner. Josiah is always independent in child initiated activities. He is able to articulate his thoughts and ideas and will listen and act on any advice or feedback given to him. He evaluates his work and will make changes to improve it.

 

Belle for offering compassion to others. Belle is always polite to both adults and children. She cares about her friends and always tries to be kind to them in her actions and words.

 

 

Year 1

Bella for being a self-manager for being able to solve her problems in a calm and organised way.

 

Promise for offering service to all. He is very kindly helping other children to care for the classroom resources.

 

 

Year 2

David for being a creative thinker by showing a love of working with clay when creating his self-portrait.

 

Jayden for being a creative thinker by showing a love of working with clay when creating his self-portrait.

 

Poppy for offering service to all.  She has worked so nicely with her learning partner especially during lessons, she is a great team player.

 

Sebastian for offering service to all.  He has worked so nicely with his learning partner especially during lessons, he is a great team player.

 

 

Year 3

Godswill  for offering compassion. Godswill has been trying very hard to build kind and caring relationship with his friends. When a child was upset at break time, he tried to calm him, did not leave him alone and walked back to classroom with him to get help.

 

Daniel for being a self-manager. Daniel is always ready for the lessons on time. He is a responsible learner and enjoys being challenged. 

 

 

Year 4

Nathan for showing compassion by taking time to find out things about others and thinking about how he can help.

 

Stefan for being an independent learner. Stefan has shown that he has begun to think more carefully about his approach to learning and is showing that he can be a focused, responsible and resilient learner.

 

 

Year 5

Oscar for being an independent learner. He is always showing the right attitude towards learning and is always trying his best.

 

Abigail for being a peacemaker. She never involves herself in any arguments and is always truthful when speaking to adults.

 

 

Year 6

Cairon for being a peacemaker. His unwavering politeness in any situation is something we could all aspire to. He instantly forgives anyone who apologises to him and does his upmost to keep the peace, no matter who he is with.

 

Kaycee for being a creative thinker. Her ability to incorporate a complex vocabulary and imaginative concepts into her writing is something to behold. She shows us all how high we can fly when our natural talents are coupled with exceptional effort.

19th November 2021

 

Reception Class

Anh for being a creative thinker, using his imagination to create his own Supertato model, and creating a sunshine for the Year 1 display after spotting it was missing!

Fidelia for her humility and compassion, she always shows good manners and is kind to everyone.

 

Year 1

Harry for being an effective evaluator, noting new areas of learning, he could develop and then choosing activities to help himself.

Scarlett for being a peacemaker by calmly finding a way to make things fair for everybody as well as using her good discussion skills to sort out problems.

 

Year 2

Mary Jennifer for being an amazing self-manager. She never needs telling twice as she listens, understands and applies herself independently. 

Miracle for being a Peacemaker. Miracle is kind and gentle and plays considerately with her peers. 

 

Year 3

Tilly for showing faithfulness. Tilly always shows commitment, co-operation and diligence in all she does.

Max for being an information processor. Max was able to process information during a reading session to answer inference questions and could explain his ideas using evidence from the text.

 

Year 4

AJ for being an excellent self-manager. She consistently completes tasks to the best of her ability and works effectively to the given time frame.

Lex for demonstrating service to all. He is always willing to help others in any way that he can like the Good Samaritan. 

 

Year 5

Nancy for being an effective self-manager. She is taking great pride in her work and consistently finding ways to improve her work. 

Nicole for offering compassion. She shows compassion every day to her peers by being helpful and kind and she has an amazing positive can do attitude. She is such a kind hearted young girl.

 

Year 6

Courtney for being an active communicator. Courtney is making a consistent effort to contribute, as well as listen, in class discussions. The ideas she puts forward are helpful and thoughtfully worded.

Joshua  for being a  peacemaker. Joshua is using his influence to remind others how they should be behaving during classroom activities. Joshua has shown an improvement in his level of maturity and willingness to reflect on his own conduct.

Top