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Trotts Hill Primary School and Nursery

Celebration Assembly

Friday 25th September 2020

 

We held our second virtual assembly of the week today, after our successful virtual Harvest Festival yesterday. 

Stars of the Week

 

Our stars of the week are:

Reception - Charlotte for her excellent attitude and wonderful independent story writing

Year 1:  Marnie for being really enthusiastic with her reading and joining in on the carpet.

Year 2: Jake D for always trying his best in all he does.

Year 3: Poppy for independent learning and participating well in all her lessons.

Year 4: Scarlett for her increased confidence in lessons and her willingness to participate.

Year 5: Summer for showing independence in her learning and settling in so well to Trotts Hill.

Year 6: Farhan for using his time wisely and being determined to achieve.

Lunchtime Cup

 

This week the two classes awarded the cup are Reception and Year 3. Reception received this for their good behaviour in the dining room and Year 3 for their good behaviour on the playground. 

Home Learning Heroes

 

Our home learning heroes this week are: 

Year 1:  Jessica for her fantastic animal origami.

Year 2:  Zohaib for trying hard with his spellings and reading and for practising his shapes.

Year 3: Lena for her Art work linked to the Stone Age.

Year 4: Hannah for her really good food diary.

Year 5: Sinead for practising her Year 5/6 spellings and going the extra mile with her home learning.

Year 6: Carlo for taking pride in the presentation of his home learning.

 

Out of school achievements

 

The following achievements out of school were celebrated:

 

Millie Y3 has been awarded a Level 2 medal in gymnastics for walking forward and backwards on the beam.

 

French Star

 

This was awarded to B in Year 6 for using his knowledge of French and English to decode a text.

Attendance

 

With an attendance level of 99.1%, the winners this week were Year One!

Friday 18th September

 

This morning Mrs Evans had success and held a virtual celebration assembly, it was fantastic for the children to see each other on screen.

 

Stars of the Week

 

This week the children were given stars of the week for showing enthusiasm and having an excellent attitude to learning and following one of our school rules: “Be Kind”

 

Reception: Jase for being kind to a friend who fell over.

Year One - Ruben for being a kind to a friend when they were upset and being a superstar in PE.

Year Two – Willow for always trying her best in everything that she does and having a fantastic attitude to learning

Year Three - Ethan for showing so much enthusiasm in all areas of learning.

Year Four – William always putting his hand up and being enthusiastic about his learning

Year Five - Good listening throughout lessons and having a fantastic attitude across the curriculum.

Year Six - Chashe embracing challenges and being an enthusiastic learner.

Lunchtime Cup

 

This week the two classes awarded the cup are Year 1 and Year 6. Year 6 received this for adapting so well to the new systems in place at school and Year 1 for beautiful manners at lunchtime.

Home Learning Hero

 

The children will all bring home learning home this week. Our Home learning Hero in Year 6 is Indiana and Freya for doing extra research for RE at home.

Out of school achievements

 

Dexter Y3 received coach’s player of the season from Welwyn Rugby Club.

PM Y4 has been awarded his 100m swimming badge.

French Star

 

This was awarded to Fawaz in Year 2 for his brilliant French speaking

 

Attendance

 

We continue to promote good attendance, but did speak to the children about how this year with coronavirus, it is going to be harder to get the high attendance figures we are used to. It is still vitally important that no holidays are taken in term time. Well Done to year 2, who have the highest attendance of 98.6%

Friday 11th September 2020

 

This morning we attempted to hold our first Virtual Celebration Assembly. Unfortunately, technology was not on our side! So instead,  Mrs. Evans and Mrs. Magdeburg visited each class from Year One to Year Six to announce the Stars of the Week and award outside achievements and home learning hero certificates.

Stars of the Week

 

Our stars of the week are:

Year One  - Grace for exceptional effort in her learning

Year Two – Lacey for showing confidence when coming in to school

Year Three – Finn for a positive attitude to his learning and participating well

Year Four – Louie F for his amazing attitude to his learning

Year Five  - Tynan for his progress and effort with reading

Year Six  - Edward for putting effort into every subject and smiling through the week

Lunchtime Cup

 

This week the two classes awarded the cup are Year 4 and Year 2. Both classes received this for adapting so well to the new systems in place at school.

Home Learning Hero

 

All children in the school will receive a Home Learning Hero certificate for their efforts over the period of school closure. We are so proud of how they have settled back into school which is testament to the support they received from home during the school closure.

Out of school achievements

 

The following achievements out of school were celebrated:

 

Jake (Year 4)  - Jake wanted to raise money for Garden House Hospice. He set himself a challenge of trying to raise £500 by running, jogging and walking 60 miles in 6 weeks. This was finished with a run last Saturday. He has smashed his fundraising target and raised an incredible £1,135 for a charity that is very close to his family’s hearts.

 

Finn (Year 3) – Finn brought in his “lockdown diary” which he has kept for an incredible 6 months. It is full of pictures and memories of this extraordinary period of time.

 

Bailey (Year 4) and Laila (Year 1) – Both Bailey and Laila have achieved success in dance recently. They both showed dedication during lockdown by continuing their dance classes virtually and Laila has recently completed the mini movers course. Both girls are hoping to be able to perform on a stage soon and share their fantastic dance skills.

 

Amelia (Year 4) – Amelia has recently achieved her 100m swimming certificate and has moved up to Stage 6. Amelia’s mum sent in a lovely photo of Amelia holding her certificate with a very proud smile on her face.

French Star

 

This was awarded to M in Year 5 for supporting her peers so well with their French revision.

Attendance

 

We continue to promote good attendance, but did speak to the children about how this year with coronavirus, it is going to be harder to get the high attendance figures we are used to. It is still vitally important that no holidays are taken in term time. We did have a class with 100% attendance since we returned to school which was Year 6. Well Done Year 6!

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