Nominate your award winners here!

I hope you caught last Friday’s assembly video.

Leave a comment below to nominate award winners for THIS week’s video. Here’s a reminder of the awards:

  • Jackie Johnson Award – good manners and kindness
  • Tidy Friday Award – helping out by cleaning and tidying
  • Readers of the Week – showing a particular passion for reading
  • Writers of the Week – showing passion, aspiration and resilience in writing
  • Sports Personality of the Week – showing the values through exercise, PE and sport

Keep visiting the Year Group blogs and Tapestry to find your learning guidance from teachers and if you can, please do use Seesaw or Tapestry to show teachers what learning has been going on at home.

Mr Poyton

23 comments on “Nominate your award winners here!

  • Sheryl says:

    I would like to nominate Ami-Mae C, with everything that’s going on she still manages to smile and always does as she’s asked even if it’s a task she doesn’t like.

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  • Phoebe in year 4 shows passion in her creative approach to tasks, putting her own spin on them. She has also started doing the washing up every day.

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  • Michelle says:

    I’d like to nominate Lucas in Larch class – he sent Halle a lovely picture in the post, which she loved. Very kind Lucas!

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  • I just wanted to first of all give Mr Poyton a big thumbs up as we really love your online assemblies. They always make Michael and I smile. The one where you were in the playground the other week was classic! Thank you to all of the LM staff.

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  • I would like to nominate both my girls this week!!
    Ella D – Laurel. For working extremely hard on her reading this week. She’s confidently reading new words and new sounds.

    Willow S-D for catching up on all the work blogs and working even harder on her writing.

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    • L Cope says:

      Well done, Willow! I hope you can post some of your amazing catch-up work on our seesaw page 🙂

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  • I would like to nominate my cousin Huw, from Larch class, as he has been trying hard with his learning and being kind to his little sister, Maisie.

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  • I would like to nominate Michael in Y1 for the ‘Reader of the Week’ award. As always, he’s making lots of time for his reading. Sometimes you just cant stop him from reading. The other day he was even reading whilst bouncing up and down on his trampoline! He continues to do really well at trying to solve any tricky words by himself. He also reads to Grandma on the phone which I know for sure she really looks forward to. He even reads to me when I’m doing the gardening!

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  • Katherine says:

    I would like to nominate elodie from sycamore for tidy Friday award as she has helped to clean and tidy not only after herself but after her sister and father as well which has helped me out no end this week. Thanks elodie

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  • Joanna says:

    I would like to nominate Amelia in Silverbell and Zuzanna in Aspen. They are working very hard every day with their homework but this is the first time from ages when they’re whole week very nice to each other. They’re playing nicely together with no arguing and fighting, they keeping their room very tidy, dancing and laughing together. We are extremely proud of their behaviour , hope that’s gonna last forever:)

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    • S Dubey says:

      Well done Zuzanna! I’m so glad to hear all the wonderful things that mum has to say about you! What a sensible older sister you are! You are a star not just at school but at home too!! I’m certain you’ll continue being your sensible self and make mum proud!! Keep it up! 🙂

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  • Rachel says:

    Logan in Birch has been showing resilience with his work in Maths; he’s been putting in extra effort with addition and subtraction.

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  • I would like to nominate my daughter Christina J in Redwood. She has put all her effort into her school work and lots of other learning at home.She helps me out by cleaning and tidying the house and has a passion for baking. She also helps her little sister to learn numbers and spelling. As her parents are keyworkers and busy, she also reminds us to post her work on Seesaw. We are so proud of her.

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    • L Cope says:

      I enjoy seeing all the amazing work she is doing! Keep it up, Christina! The amount of books she is reading too is superb!

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  • I’d like to nominate Sadie for her resilience in her school work this week. She’s worked to complete nearly all the tasks on the home learning document. When she has struggled with understanding something she has taken a small break and then we’ve continued to get the task done.
    She enjoys reading to the dog and having races in the garden with her which gives them both exercise!
    When she FaceTimes grandma she tells & shows her all what we have been learning.

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  • Erin F says:

    I would like to nominate Eleanor F in poplar class for an award this week, she continues to make us so proud with her passion for learning. She never misses a day and is very self motivated. She loves reading and reads a new book every few days. She does Joe Wicks’ workout everyday and also comes on a long dog walk around our local countryside. We couldn’t be more proud of her positive attitude at the moment.

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  • I would like to nominate Mark in Rowan. He has been showing lots of aspiration and resilience in his learning every day, especially during the very unusual SATs Spelling test on Monday!!! He has been reading every day and working hard, particularly with his maths. He has also been helping lots around the house, making cakes, washing the car and tidying the garden up!

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  • Joanna B says:

    I would like to nominate Jenson B in Year 2 for showing real passion with his maths work this week. He has really challenged himself and has worked very hard independently. We are very proud of his approach! Well done x

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  • Hello, I would like to nominate Aron V. (Laurel class) for the Tidy Friday award this week.
    He was very helpful tidying around the house and the garden. Aron hoovered the living room and the hall, and he also helped his dad cutting the grass in the garden. Plus he and his sister helped me folding the clothes.
    I’m really proud of him for his help this week and for showing a great example to his sister.

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  • Paula petchey says:

    I’d like to nominate jay in cedar for writer of the week.. jay finds creative writing a challenge but for the last two weeks he has really showed resilience and passion I’m very proud of him for his hard work

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  • I nominate Frankie N for today Friday award every day she helps me clean up tidy the house and after dinner she helps me clean up and she makes her room spotless.

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