Hall of Fame

Have a look at the wonderful work produced by our children, either at home or in school.

These children have been chosen to be our Friday 'Good News' winners.

Well done all!

Friday 26th February 2021

Class 4: 

Jack Law and India Reddy

Jack wrote a superb book review of our class novel 'Where the Mountain Meets the Moon'.  He showed how much he enjoyed the book and made some excellent points.

India wrote and narrated an excellent diary entry about Stanley's first day at camp.  Good job guys!

Jack:

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India:

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Class 3:

Scarlett Sussex and Ellie Walker

 

Scarlett is an absolute pleasure to have in Class 3! Through zoom and in class lessons over the last few weeks, she has shown nothing much such fantastic dedication, enthusiasm, motivation, effort and a real love for learning! I am Super proud - keep it up!

 

Ellie has been trying really hard in Maths this half term. She has put 100% effort into every piece of work she has completed and has had the confidence and resilience to take on all challenges! She contributes fantastically to every lesson and works her socks of. Well done Ellie!

Class 2:

Jacob Berry and Oliver Dale

Jacob has worked extremely hard with his writing this week and wrote some excellent sentences when sequencing the Percy The Park Keeper story 'After the Storm' by Nick Butterworth.

Oliver has been working hard both at school and at home to improve his handwriting and has also been a mathematical whizz when doing reasoning activities.

A huge well done to the both of you and keep it up!

Friday 5th February 2021

Class 4:

Finley Lemon and Eva Gregg.

Finley produced an excellent information text about the Shang Dynasty and Eva's artwork inspired by traditional Chinese music is just lovely.

Class 2:

Alexia Davison Cronin and Yasmin Reddy.

Alexia has worked hard on counting in multiples and has also made some bird feeders to look after the birds in this cold weather and Yasmin has been making up and distributing bags to the homeless people. Both are very thoughtful girls, well done!

Friday 29th January 2020

Class 4:

Addison Lees and Lyla Bancroft.

Both girls have produced excellent pieces of Guided Reading this week showing an in-depth analysis of our text and excellent use of evidence and explanation to support their ideas.  The links below take you to a copy of their work.  Well done girls!

Addie:

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Lyla:

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Class 3:

Hattie Bannister and Dougie Cahill.

Hattie produced a fantastic discussion text based on The Anglo Saxon Justice system, in which she gave amazing both for and against points for the fairness of punishments.

Dougie has worked super hard this week in all areas of his learning and showed a real positive attitude and commitment to his work.

 Class 2

Luan Shian and Joseph Thomas:

Luan has worked really hard at home this week and sent in lots of excellent work and taken part in Collective Worship. Well done Luan!

Joseph has been working really hard in Maths and even did some extra work. Fantastic Joseph, keep it up!