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Trotts Hill Primary School and Nursery

Celebration Assembly

Friday 26th March 

 

Well done to all of our children for a fantastic week back at school and to all of the children whose achievements were celebrated today

 

Star of the week:

Reception: River for her excellent maths work.

Year 1: Grace L for showing lots of determination and enthusiasm to all of her learning.

Year 2: Benson for his fantastic presentation and handwriting in English.

Year 3: Lena for engaging well in Art lessons and participating well in discussions.

Year 4: Edward for writing some excellent play scripts in English.

Year 5:  Lily for her consistent hard work and perseverance

Year 6:  Jess for her excellent reasoning in maths

 

Home learning Hero:

Reception: Daniel for practising addition with numicon at home.

Year 1: Jessica for logging onto Purple Mash and writing 4 e-books independently.

Year 2:  Lincoln for writing about his walk in the woods and completing his spellings.

Year 3: Finn for his fantastic Roman shield and also completing a poster of facts linked to the Romans.

Year 4: Bella for her fantastic learning on fractions.

Year 5: Brighton for his excellent standard of home learning and improvement in handwriting.

Year 6: Edward for completing all his non-negotiables and continuing to read lots at home.

 

French Star of the week:  K.D for his excellent use of a bi-lingual dictionary.

Kindness award

Nursery: Harris

Reception: Archie R

Unsung hero

Year 1: W.R

Year 2: Tilly

Integrity award.

Year 3: Charlie

Year 4: Hannah

Year 5: Penny

Year 6: Freya

 

Attendance:

Year 2 99.7 %

 

Year 1 won attendance of the month.

 

Lunch time cup:

KS1: Year 1 for calm and well behaved lunchtime every day.

KS2: Year 5 for taking part in games with good team spirit.                                    

 

Outside achievements:

                                                                                      Friday 19th March 

 

The children looked superb today dressed up to raise money for comic relief. We discussed in our virtual celebration assembly the importance of giving and helping others in need.

 

Star of the week:

 

Reception: Leon for settling back into school routines well.

Year 1: Aaruhi for being a wonderful role model to others for always showing good behaviour.

Year 2: Hannah for showing independence in the classroom and helping others.

Year 3: Joshua concentrating hard and showing fantastic enthusiasm and determination to all his learning.

Year 4: Preston for his excellent computing skills and enthusiasm when using Logo

Year 5:  Zoriaz for showing all the PRIDE behaviours in his learning

Year 6:  A.M for her positive mindset to her learning.

 

Home learning Hero:

Reception: Leo for completing some fantastic handwriting practise.

Year 1: Ilaria for a beautiful sunflower petal.

Year 2:  Jake A for creating his petal independently and completing the home learning.

Year 3: S for engaging in the home learning and creating his sunflower petal.

Year 4: Oli and Amelia for reading every day during lockdown and making good progress as a result.

Year 5: Candalyn for completing all her non-negotiables and having an excellent attitude to home learning.

Year 6: Farhan for applying himself to his learning at home as well as at school and for reading everyday.

 

French Star of the week:  Sophie and Luke Y3 for creating fantastic animals and using accurate vocabulary.

Attendance:

Well done to Year 1 who won the attendance award with 99.7% attendance

 

 

                                                                                                 Friday 12th March 

 

Stars of the week

 

Our stars of the week this week were awarded to:

Reception: Layla for excellent creativity

Home learning hero to Alma for her outstanding world book day props

Year 1: Grace for showing perseverance and helping her friends.

Year 2: Ivy for enthusiasm in all areas of learning and for trying really hard

Year 3: Oliva for superb learning

Year 4: Alana for enjoyment in learning and 100% effort

Home learning hero to jack for excellent remote learning

Year 5:  Sophia for contributions in Maths and showing determination

Year 6:  Bailey for excellent effort with his learning and mathematical explanations

Home learning hero to Will for excellent remote learning

 

French Star of the week

 

The French Star of the Week was kalian for excellent use of future tense

 

Attendance

 

This week the attendance cup was won by Year 1, Year 2, year 5 and Reception who all have 100% attendance! Well done to those classes.

FUNDAY FRIDAY!

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This week the children have been creating PRIDE learning behaviours with items at home. We always say the most important is enjoyment!
Today we are launching Funday Friday with a dance challenge from MR Sapsed. Get your families involved in the chorus and send your videos in to either your class emails or the school admin email.

Friday 18th December 2020

 

Today we had our final Celebration Assembly of the term. We celebrated many achievements!

 

Stars of the week

 

Our stars of the week this week were awarded to: 

 

Reception: Millie for her excellent behaviour during carpet time.

Year 1: Owen for returning to school after his operation and settling back into routines.

Year 2: Milani for her excellent effort in Art.

Year 3: Charlie for always making good choices and being an excellent role model

Year 4: K for confidently participating with his times tables and dance.

Year 5:  Charlie T. for improving his writing and showing all of the Trotts Hill learning behaviours.

Year 6:  Hayden for always applying himself to his learning and following our learning behaviours.

 

Home learning Heroes

 

Our home learning heroes this week are: 

Year 1: Harry for completing his story and downloading pictures on the computer, writing lots of information about them.

Year 2: Benson and James for making an excellent start to their stories for the writing competition.

Year 3: Abhi for always going above and beyond with his home learning.

Year 4: The whole class for their fantastic stories.

Year 5: Sinead for finding out about prime, square and cubed numbers.

Year 6: Lucas for an excellent 100 words story.

 

French Star of the week

 

The French Star of the Week was A in Year 3 for an excellent letter to Father Christmas. 

 

Attendance

 

This week the attendance cup was won by Year 1 and Year 2 who both had 99.3% for the last week. Year 2 had the winning attendance for the whole term at 98.8%. Children have received stickers for 100% attendance for the month of December in their classes today and badges for 100% attendance for the term. 

 

Lunch time cup

 

The cup for EYFS/KS1 was awarded to Year 2 for lining up and walking sensibly to and from the playground. The cup for KS2 was awarded to Year 3 for listening and improving their behaviour outside.   

 

Kindness awards/Unsung heroes and Integrity awards

 

These additional awards were given to children today. These awards are voted for by the children's peers in recognition of particular behaviours. 

Kindness award

Nursery: Brodie

Reception: Charlotte

Unsung heroes

Year 1: Finley

Year 2:  Leo and Ellie

Integrity awards

Year 3: Layla

Year 4: Liam

Year 5: Sinead

Year 6: Carlo

 

Outside achievements

Annie in Year 2 has been awarded her Silver award at rainbows.

Summer in Year 4 was awarded gymnast of the week for her amazing cartwheels.

Charlie T in Year 5 was Man of the Match at his football match last week.

Friday 11th December

 

It was lovely to see all the children in their Christmas outfits in our Virtual Celebration Assembly this morning. 

 

Stars of the week

 

Our stars of the week this week were awarded to: 

 

Reception: Stanley for being an excellent stage manager during the performance.

Year 1: Laila for great improvement with her reading.

Year 2: Tilly for showing determination in all her learning and asking for help when needed.

Year 3: Connor for always showing enthusiasm in his learning.

Year 4: Hannah for writing an excellent Quest myth in English.

Year 5:  Joe for his brilliant writing of a legend.

Year 6:  Rizwah for trying hard in her English learning.

 

Home learning Heroes

 

Our home learning heroes this week are: 

 

Year 1: Tommy for learning all of his tricky words.

Year 2: Florance for completing her non-negotiables and writing a fantastic recipe for a witches stew.

Year 3: Sophie for all of her amazing extra home learning including a playscript.

Year 4: B for an excellent poster about keeping teeth healthy.

Year 5: Charlie T for writing his own legend at home.

Year 6: Lina for completing extra reading comprehension.

 

French Star of the week

 

The French Star of the Week was Joe in Year 5 for his excellent writing about his family.

 

Attendance

 

This week the attendance cup was won by Reception.

 

Lunch time cup

 

The cup for EYFS/KS1 was awarded to Year 2 for an improvement in behaviour in the dining room. The cup for KS2 was awarded to Year 4 for finishing lunch by 1pm despite being the last into the dining hall.

Thursday 3rd December

 

Our Celebration Assembly was held a day early this week, due to the school being closed tomorrow. 

 

Stars of the week

 

Our stars of the week this week were awarded to: 

 

Reception: Alma for making great progress in her reading.

Year 1: Finley for his determination with his phonics.

Year 2: Lincoln for making positive behaviour choices.

Year 3: Grace for persevering when she was finding her Maths tricky.

Year 4: Aayat for an outstanding attitude to her learning.

Year 5:  Sienna for her determination to achieve her learning intention.

Year 6:  Carlo for being a really good friend and sports leader.

 

Home learning Heroes

 

Our home learning heroes this week are: 

 

Year 1: D for helping at home and writing a great recount of what she had done.

Year 2: Lincoln for a great non-fiction text and research.

Year 3: Layla for a great prediction and conclusion and Abhi for his investigation into the effects of magnetic forces in liquid.

Year 4: Amelia for writing fantastic sentences and practising her times tables.

Year 5: Sinead for her extra learning on Roman numerals.

Year 6: J for her effort in arithmetic and asking questions to further her learning when she came into school.

 

French Star of the week

 

The French Star of the Week was Lois in Year 4 for her fantastic work comparing Christmas in France and the UK

 

Attendance

 

This week the attendance cup was won by Year 3 with a fantastic 100%.

 

Lunch time cup

 

The cup for EYFS/KS1 was awarded to Year 2 for listening to the MSA and following instructions really well. The cup for KS2 was awarded to Year 3 for walking into lunch calmly and quietly.    

 

Outside achievements

 

Well Done to N in Year 5 who has earnt her Brownie fundraising badge by completing a 15km bike ride around Stevenage raising £100.

 

 

Friday 27th November

 

Thank you for your generous donations to the final week of collecting for the Reverse Advent Calendar. We will be taking the donations to the food bank on Monday. This morning we held our weekly Celebration Assembly. Next week this will take place on Thursday, as the school is closed on Friday. 

 

Stars of the week

 

Our stars of the week this week were awarded to: 

 

Reception: Teddy G for coming into school nicely all week.

Year 1: L for working independently in Maths.

Year 2: Ella for her excellent acting and use of expression in English.

Year 3: Riya for her great stage direction in English using a range of adverbs and verbs.

Year 4: B for increased confidence in her Maths and excellent presentation in all her learning.

Year 5:  Charlie Th for resilience in his writing and for focusing on his learning.

Year 6:  Freya for her positive attitude to all areas of her school life.

 

Home learning Heroes

 

Our home learning heroes this week are: 

 

Year 1: Nasara for writing a fantastic recount of how he logged onto TEAMs.

Year 2: Michael for his fantastic explanation of his puzzles and completing all of his non-negotiables.

Year 3: Luke who learnt to play chess and wrote a fantastic fact file about how to play.

Year 4: J who completed all of his non-negotiables as well as some extra home learning in his lunch time.

Year 5: Katie for completing all of her non-negotiables to a high standard as well as an extra project.

Year 6: Harrison for creating a really detailed map as well as focusing on his reading.

 

French Star of the week

 

The French Star of the Week was Jaydon in Year 5 for delving deeply into French vocabulary. 

 

Attendance

 

This week the attendance cup was won by Years 4 and 5. Well Done to both classes. 

 

Lunch time cup

 

The cup for EYFS/KS1 was awarded to Year One for brilliant manners when collecting their lunches. The cup for KS2 was awarded to Year 5 for being creative with their games. 

 

Outside achievements

 

Well Done to Katie in Year 5 who created a fantastic model as a tribute to Stephen Hawking.

 

 

Friday 20th November

 

Thank you for your generous donations to the third week of collecting for the Reverse Advent Calendar. In school today, we have had our weekly Celebration Assembly and celebrated the achievements of children across the school. 

 

Stars of the week

 

Our stars of the week this week were awarded to: 

 

Reception: Tinaye for being kind and helpful.

Year 1: Jessica for being eager to learn and always doing the right thing.

Year 2: Florance for a great start in Year 2.

Year 3: S. for showing independence and determination in his learning.

Year 4: Lacey for her excellent understanding and independent learning on perimeters.

Year 5:  Poppy for making brilliant progress and trying really hard in her learning.

Year 6: Aroosa for her outstanding attitude to all of her learning.

 

Home learning Heroes

 

Our home learning heroes this week are: 

 

Year 1: W for his learning on addition and number formation, as well as writing a fantastic recount of his weekend.

Year 2: Kuzey for his instructions on how to make cupcakes and tortillas using time adverbials.

Year 3: Joshua for engaging really well on Purple Mash and the class blog.

Year 4: Louie I for excellent learning on collective nouns.

Year 5: Jaydon for sharing excellent facts on rivers.

Year 6: Kailan for his impressive work on Roman numerals including using some of his French knowledge.

 

French Star of the week

 

The French Star of the Week was Fawaz in Year 2 for always having his hand up and being willing to contribute to the lesson.

 

Attendance

 

Well Done to Year 1 with a fantastic 99.5% attendance for this week. This is the second week in the row that Year 1 have been the class with the highest attendance. Fantastic!

 

Lunch time cup

 

The cup for EYFS/KS1 was awarded to Year One for showing an improvement in behaviour.  The cup for KS2 was awarded to Year 4 for organising their own games, showing resilience and being very independent. 

 

Outside achievements

 

Well Done to Aayat in Year 4 who has passed her piano preparatory test. 

 

 

Friday 13th November

 

We held our Virtual Celebration Assembly today and celebrated the achievements of children across the school. 

 

Stars of the week

 

Our stars of the week this week were awarded to: 

Reception: Sanaa for her excellent singing in the Christmas play practice.

Year 1: Sophia for always being kind and thoughtful.

Year 2: Leo for showing determination in all areas, especially Maths.

Year 3: Layla for her excellent contributions in Science.

Year 4: Millie for an excellent non-chronological report and moving on to colour pop in her writing.

Year 5:  Candalyn for showing great determination in her learning.

Year 6:  Lois for her determination to succeed in Maths.

 

Home learning Heroes

 

Our home learning heroes this week are: 

Year 1: Harry for making a fantastic poppy display out of coke bottles.

Year 2: Gabriel for a fantastic non-chronological report about emperor penguins.

Year 3: Sophie for completing all her non-negotiables and logging back onto teams to complete her next steps.

Year 4: Bailey for always completing her non-negotiables.

Year 5: Sienna for completing her non-negotiables and practising her handwriting.

Year 6: Finley for showing enthusiasm in the new geography topic.

 

French Star of the week

 

The French Star of the Week was Sinead in Year 5 for her fantastic written work.

 

Attendance

 

Well Done to Year 1 with a fantastic 99% attendance for this week. 

 

Lunch time cup

 

The cup for EYFS/KS1 was awarded to Reception for always showing good manners when eating and finishing on time. The cup for KS2 was awarded to Year 6 for being kind and thoughtful and showing exemplary manners when being served.

 

 

Outside achievements

 

Well Done to Myah in Year 3 who completed her level 5 at swimming and will be moving onto dark blue hats.

 

Sports Super Stars

 

Congratulations to the children who have completed the Sports Super stars challenge raising money and keeping fit. Well done to the following children whose achievements we celebrated today. 

 

Leo in Year 2 went on a 7 mile bike ride.

Luke in Year 3 and Scout in Year 1 completed a 4.27 mile Gorge walk in the Cheddar Gorge.

Tilly in Year 2 and Elsie in Reception completed a sponsored bike ride.

Friday 6th November

 

The children have had a successful first week back at school after half term.

 

Stars of the week

 

Our stars of the week this week were awarded to: 

Reception: Charlie for his excellent behaviour choices all week.

Year 1: Brandon for his fantastic work in Maths.

Year 2: Lacey-Lou for her determination in Science.

Year 3: Jethro for writing an excellent diary entry in History.

Year 4: Liam for helping his partner to understand their Maths learning.

Year 5:  Katie for growing in confidence in all of her learning.

Year 6:  Lina for supporting others in their learning and showing perseverance with her reading.

 

Home learning Heroes

 

Our home learning heroes this week are: 

Year 1: Grace L. for her wonderful writing about her wobbly tooth.

Year 2: Annie for completing all of her non-negotiables and writing a great recount of her half term.

Year 3: Myah for her amazing Secret Garden plan.

Year 4: Millie for completing lots of reading over half term.

Year 5: Candalyn for completing her non-negotiables neatly and excelling in her times tables practice.

Year 6: A for working hard on his grammar SATs practice and completing all of his non-negotiables.

 

French Star of the week

 

The French Star of the Week was Layla in Year 3 for her fantastic numbers in French.

 

Attendance

 

Well Done to Year 2 with an amazing 100% attendance for this week. 

 

Lunch time cup

 

The cup for EYFS/KS1 was awarded to Year 2 for always listening and following instructions always. The cup for KS2 was awarded to Year 6 for careful and considerate behaviour to classmates. 

 

 

Outside achievements

 

Well Done to the following children for their outside achievements: 

Annie in Year 2 who has passed her first dance exams in ballet and tap.

Ellie in Year 2 who passed her Stage 2 swimming and is excited to move to Stage 3 after lockdown.

Tilly in Year 2 who achieved her 50m swimming badge.

Dexter in Year 3 who passed his Stage 4 swimming and is moving into light blue hats.

 

Sports Super Stars

 

Congratulations to the children who have completed the Sports Super stars challenge raising money and keeping fit. Well done to the following children whose achievements we celebrated today. 

 

Lucas in Year 6, Zoe in Year 4, and Ewan in Year 1 completed an underpass cycle challenge.

Jake in Year 5 completed a multi fitness event.

Joshua in Year 5 completed a football challenge and making superb progress.

A in Year 1 completed a 2km fun run.

Owen in Year 1 completed a 5km bike ride.

Laila in Year 1 completed a 2km fun run.

Kuzey in Year 2 completed a cycle ride.

Bailey in Year 4 completed a sponsored 400m swim.

Friday 23rd October

 

As we reach the end of this half term, we have held our Virtual Celebration Assembly. As it was the end of half term, there were some additional awards for integrity, kindness and being an unsung hero. 

 

Stars of the Week

 

Our stars of the week this week are:

Reception: Teddy T. for making the right behaviour choices.

Year 1:  Balveer for trying really hard at his maths and reading.

Year 2: A for always smiling and being kind to others.

Year 3: Millie for always engaging well in her learning.

Year 4:  Jake for showing great stamina in his writing and joining his handwriting.

Year 5:  Penny for always striving to achieve her best.

Year 6:  Imogen for participating well in all of her learning.

 

 

Home learning Heroes

 

Our home learning heroes are:

Year 1:  Laila for a beautiful autumn tree using her hands and fingers.

Year 2:  Lacey for excellent instructions on looking after her pet.

Year 3:  Poppy for completing all of her non-negotiables as well as some extra maths learning.

Year 4: Jake for using all his skills learnt in English within his home learning.

Year 5: M for completing all of her non-negotiables and extending her learning with some excellent sentences.

Year 6: Anya for fantastic detail in her History home learning.

 

French Star

 

This was received by Lina in Year 6 for her determination and for supporting the class with their translations.

 

Attendance

 

Year 1 were awarded the certificate this week with an incredible 100% - every child has been in school everyday! The attendance is calculated from the previous Friday to the Thursday of the current week. 

 

Lunchtime cup

 

In EYFS and KS1 the cup went to Reception for listening and good tidying up at the end of lunch.

In KS2, the cup went to Year 4 for mindfulness and always being kind.

 

Outside achievements

 

The following out of school achievements were celebrated:

Millie in Reception has achieved her 5 metres at swimming.

Leo in Year 2 has achieved his 5 metres and water skills 1 at swimming.

Annie in Year 2 has gained her 15 metres at swimming and has worked hard to achieve her First Aid stage 1 badge at rainbows.

Noah in  Year 3 has gained his green hat at swimming completing Stage 3.

Oli in Year 4 was awarded student of the week at martial arts.

Katie in Year 5 was awarded player of the match for her fantastic goal keeping skills.

 

Our kindness awards for this half term in Early Years were awarded to to A in Nursery and Gabby in Reception. 

 

Our unsung heroes for this half term in Key Stage One were awarded to Aaruhi in Year One and Karolina in Year Two.

 

Our integrity awards for this half term in Key Stage Two were awarded to Toby in Year Three, Erin in Year Four, Katie in Year Five and Beau in Year Six.

 

 

Friday 16th October

 

As we reach the end of our penultimate week of this half term, we have held our Virtual Celebration Assembly. Well Done to all the children whose achievements were celebrated today.

 

Stars of the Week

 

Our stars of the week this week are:

Reception: Hunter for excellent effort in all areas.

Year 1: Amelie for working so hard in maths with her number bonds.

Year 2: Kuzey for a positive start to his learning and settling well into Year 2.

Year 3: Vince for making excellent progress with his English and writing.

Year 4: M for improved attitude to her learning.

Year 5: Zara for contributing well to class discussions.

Year 6: Giulia for maintaining effort in all subjects and making great progress.

 

Home learning Heroes

 

Our home learning heroes are:

Year 1: Brandon for making a beautiful picture of a butterfly and caterpillar using leaves and petals.

Year 2: Tilly for writing a fantastic story and completing all of her non-negotiables.

Year 3: Joshua for writing fantastic sentences and completing all of his non-negotiables.

Year 4: Edward for using fantastic similes in his writing.

Year 5: Thomas for his neat presentation and completing extra sentences and revision.

Year 6: Eleah for being confident when explaining her Maths to the class.

 

French Star

 

This was received by Olivia in Year 3.

 

Attendance

 

Year 2 won the attendance cup this week with an incredible 100% - every child has been in school everyday!

 

Lunchtime cup

 

In EYFS and KS1, the cup went to Year 1 this week for showing good manners whilst collecting their lunches.

In KS2, the cup went to Year 5 for improved behaviour during lunch time.

 

Outside achievements

 

The following out of school achievements were celebrated:

Katie in Year 5 was awarded keeper of the week at football.

Giulia in Year 6 has achieved her bronze stage in Rookie Lifeguard.

Bailey in Year 4 has completed some fantastic science experiments at Brownies via Zoom.

Friday 9th October 2020

 

We held our virtual Celebration Assembly of the week today.

 

Stars of the Week

 

Our stars of the week are:

Reception - D for his great progress in Reading.

Year 1: Ruby for increased confidence with her reading and for moving up a reading level.

Year 2: Karolina for trying hard with her presentation.

Year 3: Ardante for an amazing amount of learning.

Year 4: S for her increased independent learning in her lessons.

Year 5: Jaydon for his fantastic attitude to learning.

Year 6: Thomas for his resilience and pushing himself to achieve in all lessons.

Lunchtime Cup

 

This week the two classes awarded the cup are Reception and Year 4. Reception received this for their excellent manners in the dining room and Year 4 received this for listening and playing responsibly.

Home Learning Heroes

 

Our home learning heroes this week are: 

Year 1:  Eliza for writing numbers to 100 in her home learning, working particularly hard on number formation.

Year 2:  Milani and Ruben for sentence and story writing.

Year 3: Evie Grace for her research about the Stone Age and making some biscuits linked to her research.

Year 4: Louie for his excellent spy watch.

Year 5: Charlie Th for completing extra practice in his home learning and meeting all his targets.

Year 6: Ariana for working very hard on her times tables at home.

 

Out of school achievements

 

The following achievements out of school were celebrated:

 

Amelie (Y1) has received many awards for her running. She has been running increased distances and is showing real promise.

 

Preston (Y4) has received Man of the Match for his excellent saves in goal during a match.  

French Star

 

This was awarded to Jake in Year 5 for using his excellent writing of descriptions using the 3rd person.

Attendance

 

With an attendance level of 100%, the winners this week were Year One!

 

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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