Congratulations to the following children who have made us proud this week!
Reception - Erin has been chosen for trying very hard in guided reading. She recognises the phonemes covered so far and can blend to read simple words. Well done! Year 1 - Harry has been chosen for his excellent writing. He wrote some very clear information sentences this week and tried his hardest to challenge himself. Well done! Year 2 - Molly has been working really hard on her reading this term. Well done! Year 3 - Violet has been chosen for being the MVP on Times Table Rock Stars for 2 weeks in a row! She really is trying hard to learn her timetables. Well done! Year 4 - Olivia has been trying really hard during lessons and completing all of her work. Well done! Year 5 - Milly has been chosen for always presenting her work carefully and for having lovely joined handwriting. Well done! Year 6 - Jacob has been chosen for always being such a kind, helpful member of the class. No job is too big or small, he is always happy to help anyone in need. 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.
Toby and Thomas (Y2) have been chosen for being sensible and responsible in the lunch hall when there was a mix-up with their meals. Well done!
Well done to the children who have been respectful this week.
Erin (Reception) has been nominated by a child in year 6 who recognised her beautiful manners in the lunch hall. Well done!
Well done to the children who have been ready this week.
Isabella-Rose in Year 3 has been chosen for being ready to help another child to complete their work. Well done!
Take a look at what our children have been curious about this week in their learning!
The Reception class have been thinking about what they would take with them if they were going exploring. They decided that they would need to take some sandwiches so, we made jam and cheese sandwiches and set off to find a dry spot to have our picnic. Luckily, the rain held off and we enjoyed our s...
Year 3 have been learning all about Black History Month which is celebrated in the UK during the month of October every year. It is an opportunity for everyone to learn about significant Black and Mixed Heritage people and their contributions to Britain and worldwide.
In Year 3, we have created s...