Congratulations to the following children who have made us proud this week!
Reception - A child in reception has been chosen for beginning to listen for sounds in words and starting to use correct sounds in their writing. Well done! Year 1 - Erin has been chosen for simply being so kind-hearted and always helping her friends. Thank you for always having a super smile! Year 2 - Logan has been chosen for his amazing writing using adjectives and for always being motivated. Well done! Year 3 - Robyn has been chosen for trying really hard in everything she does. She is a fantastic role model for other children. Well done! Year 4 - Poppy has been chosen for always working hard and trying her very best. She has a written a fantastic story this week. Well done! Year 5 - Owen has been chosen for his great listening skills in class and for offering sensible ideas in class discussions. Well done! Year 6 - Amelia has been chosen for her outstanding maturity during Arthog. Amelia demonstrated excellent responsibility during an incident and remained calm throughout to help others. Well done!
Sophie has also been chosen for always putting 100% into her learning and not giving up if she makes a mistake or finds something tricky. Well done!
Every week, all members of staff are asked to nominate children who have been spotted being responsible, respectful and ready. The code of conduct certificates are always varied and demonstrate the range of places and ways that children demonstrate these values.
Well done to the children who have been responsible this week.
Ollie (Y5) has been chosen for having a fantastic attitude and thoughts when being interviewed with the school council this week. Well done!
Well done to the children who have been respectful this week.
Oscar (R) has been chosen for using beautiful manners in the dinner hall. Well done!
Well done to the children who have been ready this week.
A child in year 6 has been chosen for being a delight to have in class last week, always ready to learn!
Jacob (Y6) has been recognised for always having what he needed and being where he needed to be at Arthog last week. Well done!
Take a look at what our children have been curious about this week in their learning!
The weather has been damp, but that hasn't stopped the groups enjoying climbing, rock scrambling, canoeing and gorge walking. Groups came together to play their part in conserving the local environment and completing the John Muir award. Everyone has had a wonderful time, and we look f...