And the awards go to…

NEW NOMINATIONS

Thank you to everyone who visited the blog last week and nominated children for an assembly award. Well done to all the children. I hope you all enjoyed the latest video. I plan to get another video up on the site this Friday so do leave a comment below with your new nominations by Thursday lunchtime at the latest.

Please don’t feel you can’t nominate your child again just because they already received a ‘shout out’ the previous week. We will always try to mention as many children as possible and if a nomination comes through too late for that week’s video, we’ll try to carry it over to the following week. I know you adults at home are working very hard to support children with their learning so I’m thinking you deserve the occasional nomination yourself! Feel free to subtly suggest to your children that they nominate you, especially for the Tidy Friday award if you want to make that one a little competitive!

Please just use first names and the first initial of surnames for children and for yourselves in the comments. You can mention the class or year group too.

LEARNING AT HOME

Teachers continue to update the blogs on a daily basis and they are now starting to include the blog content as a downloadable Word document or PDF in case that is helpful for families. Visit the blogs to find these files.

All the learning going on in your homes is something to be proud of. Well done for all you are achieving as a family. Thank you.

Mr Poyton

38 comments on “And the awards go to…

  • Lindy L says:

    I would like to nominate Tayah and Darcey L for continuing to show resilience and passion for their learning.
    They are working hard every day!!

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    • ECaldwell says:

      I’ve been really impressed with all the work Tayah is doing, especially learning some Spanish!

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    • HPhelps says:

      I’ve also been really impressed to see all the work Darcey has been doing. I liked the look of that lemon meringue pie too – one of my favourites! Well done and keep up the hard work 🙂

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  • Wathsi says:

    I would love to nominate my daughter, Kiara , in Year 4 Chestnut for Head of School Award.

    She has been very enthusiastic and passionate about getting up every morning, sitting for school work and finishing her tasks , such as times tables, spellings, Norman history , creative writing, the digestive system and lots of art.
    She has shown independence, respect and patience very well throughout the past few weeks, I admire how quick she has adapted to the changes as a new student of Lawford Mead Primary School.
    Her reading is exceptional and she has taken her writing to the next level as she has started a new story which she be able to share with the whole school once it is finished.
    I’m overall very proud of Kiara since she has also gotten shoutouts for last 2 weeks from her class teacher for her awesome work on Seesaw.
    Stay Safe,
    Thank You.

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  • Emma C says:

    I would like to nominate Jesse C in Redwood for writer of the week award for his amazing heart poem. I think Jesse has a very special talent being able to just sit and write such a powerful and emotional piece of work. I am so very proud of him well done son. X

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    • ECaldwell says:

      All the staff in Year 6 were very impressed with Jesse’s poem too. He has shown so much passion for learning and we love reading everything he does!

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  • I would like to nominate Minnie N in Ash class. She has been trying really hard with her school work. She has also been helping around the house & being a very good girl.

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    • S Dubey says:

      Well done, Minnie! I was really glad to see your work on seesaw yesterday, labelling all the bones on a human skeleton. Looking forward to more of your amazing work. Take care and stay safe.

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  • Katrina says:

    I would like to nominate Isabel M from Bonsai and Anna M from Pine for Head of school award. They have taken this big change in there stride and doing there best with school work. Doing there work every day and asking for help when they don’t understand something.

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  • Madi D says:

    I would like to nominate Alfie G year 3 and tommy G year 1. They have both coped so well with the change in lifestyle atm. We have been doing lots of school work which I will be uploading to seesaw later. They have both learnt to play nicer with each other and Alfie has been using lots manners.

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    • S Dubey says:

      I’m pleased to hear that Alfie has done lots of work. Please post it on seesaw so that he can get a shout out! I’m very impressed that he is showing lots of manners and is playing nicely with his brother. Way to go, Alfie! Very proud of you. Looking forward to your post on seesaw!

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  • Shaunna says:

    I’d like to nominate Rubys for bravery after she fractured her wrist and still continuing her daily tasks she is showing great resilience

    Charlie for compassion and care to his piers

    Jacob for over comming challenges and helping with his 2 lil brothers with reading and English and math with Charlie and keeping dalton happy while mummy runs around like a headless chicken

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  • I would like to nominate Alice S year 6 for amazing heart picture and doing her best with school work specially maths which she doesn’t like very much.

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  • Michelle says:

    Please can I nominate Halle B in Larch. She has shown great resilience over the past few weeks since the lockdown began. She continues to amaze me with her kindness towards her baby brother and how she has adapted, even though she really misses school and her friends.

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  • I would like to nominate Lily H from Pine class as she is showing a huge amount of resilience and passion not only in the school work we are doing at home but she has had to adapt to a change in her medication where she used to have an infusion at the hospital she is now doing this by injection at home by herself. She has been so helpful with her little brother and reading to him and trying to help him say more words. We are incredibly proud of how well she is adapting to this new way of life.

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    • Miss Smith says:

      Well done Lily, we are all so proud of you. Keep up the hard work and upload it to Seesaw!

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  • Claire says:

    I would like to nominate Natalie in Ash and Adele in Sycamore for showing passion toward all there learning at home, for helping each other with things. For using their manners and always being polite.

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    • S Dubey says:

      I have to agree with you, mum. Natalie has been diligently completing her work and posting it every single day on seesaw! I am so pleased that she is helping her younger sister as well! You mention that they help each other…so what a team!! Very proud of both of them. Way to go, girls!!

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  • Siobhan says:

    I would like to nominate Molly and Tommy M for showing passion in their work. They have been trying so hard everyday and their attitude has been excellent. They are determined to complete their school work and upload in seesaw everyday . I am very proud of them both. They have also been trying to cheer up elderly neighbours by drawing them pictures of rainbows to display on their windows.

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  • Laura K-J says:

    I would like to nominate Freddie K-J year one for two awards this week.
    Firstly Sports Personality; we have been doing lots of walking whilst on Lockdown, Freddie walked a total of 12 miles in the last week, he carried on even when he got tired.
    I would also like to nominate Freddie for Head of School award for being fantastic with altering to life not only on Lockdown but with his new baby sister. He has shown lots of values during this time such as kindness, caring, shown excellent listening skills, has helped around the house with keeping things tidy. He has shown dedication to learning his new topic about London even with the big changes that he has faced, we are very proud of Freddie as a family and I feel the school would be too.

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  • Daniel J says:

    I would like to nominate jacob j from bonsai class he has shown a true passion towards studying in lockdown.
    He has built a castle and a space ship out of cardboard. He has also made a giant clock which is on our wall to help him learn to tell the time.
    Everyday he has been doing school work and not moaned about it once.

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  • Natalie Turner says:

    I nominate my sister Adele in sycamore and the rest of my household for showing all the values.

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  • Jenny H says:

    I would like to acknowledge Maisie H in Laurel for her resilience, integrity and passion. Her caring, fun and positive attitude has inspired us every day.

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  • I would like to nominate Sonny this weeks for showing passion in his home learning. He is really putting 100% into every subject. He has found a new love in playing football with his brother and Dad in the garden. Down side is he is missing Silverbell and Miss Webster very much

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  • Stephanie says:

    I’d like to nominate Lois from Bonsai as she has kept so positive and sunny throughout the Lockdown, she’s definitely been keeping us all cheerful even though she’s missing school. She’s also shown resilience and persistence when learning to ride her bike and she has shown passion and responsibility when caring for our new puppy which has been a lot of fun!

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  • We would like to nominate Alex T from Silverbell and his brother William T from Ash for, in addition to doing all of their home learning, using this extra time at home to learn other skills – including cooking/baking, gardening and sports. Well done boys for staying positive and working hard in lockdown.

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    • S Dubey says:

      I am pleased to William’s work on seesaw! Looking forward to more seesaw posts from him. It’s great to hear that he has been learning other skills as well. Well done, William and keep it up!

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  • I nominate Freya from Ash for Head Teacher Award, as she is showing resilience to every task given, whilst in lockdown. She is beginning to really miss school and her friends, but she keeps going and has been so kind to her little sister, they are actually getting on better! : )

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    • S Dubey says:

      I miss you and other in Ash as well! Freya, you are a star! You have been working diligently and posting it on seesaw. Well done for yesterday’s work as well…it came in a little while after I had posted the comments on the blog! I am very proud of you!! Keep up your great attitude to learning!! Take care and stay safe.

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  • I nominate Darcey H for an award . She has tried so hard with her writing this week , remembering her full stops and capital letters . She used her knowledge of her sounds to do some
    Fantastic writing even when she found parts tricky ! Well done Darcey !

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  • Joanna D says:

    I would like to nominate Amelia in Silverbell and Zuzanna in Aspen. Amelia is working very hard on her maths work and her handwriting. Zuzanna is doing very well with her fractions and trying new skills every day.

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    • S Dubey says:

      I am also very impressed with Zuzanna. She is a star! Playing on the keyboard, posting work regularly on seesaw, her immaculate presentation of work, everything just shows what a super star she is! Mrs Phelps and I are very proud of her. Keep it up, Zuzanna!

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  • Victoria says:

    Hi, I’d like to nominate Isla B in Larch. She has put in a lot of effort with her reading this week, blending sounds and spotting digraphs. I’m very proud of her for continuing to try hard, even when she finds it tricky.
    I would also like to nominate Erin B in Pine. Erin applies herself totally to each and every task set, always making sure she completes it to a high standard. I am proud of how diligent and conscientious she is.

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  • Nikita says:

    I would like to nominate Jake M in Rowan for a head teacher award for working so hard to catch up with with work this week. Not only that he has been persevering with his reading. He showing progress already and is really enjoying his new topic abut the heart. We are all so proud of him!

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  • I would like to nominate Sophie in Cedar as (like many others) she has shown not only great resilience during these tricky times, but has also shown passion for her learning, working hard every day at her studies.
    Around the house she has been helping with the food prep. and tidying up, as well as looking out for her Dad who is working very hard, from home.

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  • Probably too late. Worth a try. I’d like to nominate Michael S in Year 1 please for showing great resilience with his English tasks this week and also for doing a good job in learning how to do ‘burpees’ in our PE sessions! I’m also very proud of how he’s helping Mummy do Grandma & Grandpa’s weekly shop for them at 7:00am because they have to self isolate. Well done!

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  • J Andersonn says:

    Another brilliant assembly, thank you so much. Great shot Mr Poyton and super impressive skills from Miss Lindsay! Liam and Riley will enjoy this challenge. Thank you too Mr Pearson for another great challenge. We could not master the tennis ball one, made us far too dizzy. I will personally be encouraging Mr Anderson to practice this one, he has missed the wash basket for years!!! 🙂

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