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Headteacher's awards

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.

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