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stars of the week

Foundation

Harvey M for excellent work in maths, halving by sharing. 

Olena for fantastic work in maths. Halving ‘teen’ numbers, using problem solving skills

Year 1

 Leo for working independently and staying on task. 

Cole used super adjectives in Literacy, well done.

Year 2

 Freya has been trying very in in Literacy and has used speech marks.

Hannah has demonstrated a great ability to recall number bonds to 100.

Year 3

David  – Year 3 – Work that he has put in at home to improve his work on angles.
Joshua – Year 3 – Improvement and trying hard to work independently.

Year 4
Ruby – Year 4 – Demonstrating to the class how to use oil pastels, whilst working on our solar system model.
Ben – Year 4 – Working hard during morning work.

Year 5

Larissa and Katie for trying very hard with some tricky calculations in Numeracy and for interesting writing in Literacy.

Year 6

Peter has worked very hard in his Numeracy investigation and has organised a lunchtime club that is very popular.

Ellie-May recorded a leavers video that made Mrs Thresh very proud – her language choice was outstanding!

 

Stars of the week – 5th July

Foundation

Tia for very good progress with reading as she practises lots at home too.

Charlie for trying hard in maths, doubling and writing number sentences.

 

Year 1 & 2

 Wilson, William, Thomas L and Alfie for working really hard on their Kandinsky paintings.

Year 3

Alisha – for x 10 and dividing by 10 in maths this week.
Emily – for the work produced with Mia on the Dalton poster, and working well together.

Year 4
Mia – for the work produced with Emily on the Dalton poster, and working well together.
Paige – for her overall attitude to learning.

Year 5

Katie and Broady for using Excel to interpret sports day data.

 

Year  6

 Rebecca for fabulous Excel work, collecting data from the Internet and creating tables and graphs. Accepted a challenge too!

Jacob worked well in his team whilst researching information about a USA tourist attraction. He is becoming an expert about the ‘Walk of Fame’.

Stars of the Week 26th April 2013

Stars of the Week

Foundation 

Well done Ruby for a wonderful holiday picture and to Harvey Robinson for his holiday collage.

Year 1

 For working with fraction Thomas earns SOTW and Ashlene has demonstrated super handwriting. (Pics to follow soon)

Year 2

Jon was awarded SOTW as he worked very hard in Maths. Beck showed that he could round and double numbers, what a Mathmagician! 

 

Year 3

Keegan for his continued effort in Maths. Keegan has done really well using the number line.

Alisha has put a tremendous amount of effort in this week – in Literacy, Numeracy and PE.

 

Year 4

Bradley – SOTW for his piece of rainforest work in Literacy.  He has written an excellent recount this week.

Mia – Tried hard in maths and has done well with her written methods

 

 

Year 5

Mr Sainter was very pleased with the help that Charlie-Jack gave Mr Sainter and George worked very hard on his assessments. Amazing work boys, keep it up!

Year 6

Ellie-May worked very hard in Maths, working out nets and problems associated with them. 

Peter used the iPad to document the work his group did when making flapjack. His film was amazing.

 

 

Stars of the Week

Stars of the Week 19th April 

Foundation

Tia for using her own ideas and Jacob Bunting for his wonderful attitude to reading. 

Year 1

Isabelle has been given SOTW for her phonics and reading work and to Cole for his wonderful expression when reading.

 

Year 2

SOTW has been awarded to Logan for answering lots of questions and to Daniel  for a great attitude and maths work.

 

Year 3

Mental maths went very well for Tyler this week and Jamie’s determination in Maths has been outstanding.

 

Year 4 

Within topic work Spencer contributed well to discussions and Libby worked hard on her recount planning.

 

Year 5 

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Larissa and Katy have been awarded SOTW for fabulous mental maths skills.

Year 6

Megan has been given SOTW for her letter to PGL.

Dear Helen and the other PGL staff,

Thank you for a wonderful trip we all a brilliant time. I had a great time all the activities and the songs it was a great laugh. I think it’s the best school trip we have ever been! Nevertheless I think our teachers may have enjoyed it more than we have?

Whilst on my trip at PGL I’ve gained a lot of confidence, at first I was worried about the sleeping out (something I really don’t like). I never thought I would do some of the things I did like the all aboard and the vertical challenge. It has helped with: confidence, climbing skills and independence. Meanwhile I was less worried than I thought I would be.

My favourite activity will have been the vertical challenge. It was super fun! It was all about the team work and how much you have pushed yourself. Despite the fact that was my favourite activity I still enjoyed everything else (except from the rain and cold weather).

Finally I just want to say thank you for having us and for all the help and support that you have given us. Besides the help off all the instructors I would mainly like to thank Helen, for all the time you have spent making us laugh and making it that little bit better. I loved PGL and I hope I can come back again… “it’s so fluffy, I’m gonna die”

Yours sincerely

Megan 

Jacob works very hard in his morning activities and so have been given SOTW for great maths skills and independence.