Your nominations please…

I hope you all enjoyed the half term break. Well done to all those who got back to Tapestry, Seesaw and the year group blogs yesterday, ready for another week of learning at home. I’m delighted so many have engaged with the Zoom video calls teachers have set up so far. More will be happening soon. Keep an eye out for emails with more information.

Thank you for watching and responding to the latest assembly video. We should get another one to you this week so get thinking about your nominations for this week’s awards and post a comment below by lunchtime on Thursday.

Mr Poyton

15 comments on “Your nominations please…

  • Hayley says:

    I would like to nominate Averie in Redwood for the tidy Friday award as she has cleaned the bathroom, tidied and hoovered mum and dad room and also her own room. She has also hoovered out the cars and then helped wash them. We are very proud of her as she volunteered to do these jobs without being asked.

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  • Hayley says:

    I would like to nominate Alex B, Cedar. He has worked very hard on his school work and has also been doing a lot of IXL and receiving lots of certificates. Alex is also helping mum and dad with the veggie patch, one of his green beans is now 30 cm tall.
    Alex also exercises daily, walking or playing football, riding his scooter. He also behaves very well and helps where he can.

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  • Danielle Y-O says:

    Selcan O – he has really tried hard with the unsettlement and has really persevered with me trying to help him, he struggles to concentrate and has tried really hard with the work I have given him. Thankyou

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  • I would like to nominate Maisie H in Laurel for the Tidy Friday award as she had been very helpful putting her laundry away, hoovering and cleaning the house without being asked. She also helped me tidy and condense her playroom, selling some of her old toys as she would love to buy a guitar and skateboard.

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  • I would like to nominate reece D in ash class and millie D in bonsai for always helping me keeping there room tidy hoovering helping with the washing up and doing school work and keeping up with there reading all with no complaints reece has struggled with the lack of routine has adapted really well millie is missing all her friends and was in tears has also adapted to the new routine all with out complaining

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    • Mrs Dubey says:

      Well done Reece for adapting to the new routine. It was wonderful to see your work before the half term. I would love to see more of it, more often. 🙂 Well done for keeping up with your reading routine!! Please do update on seesaw that you’ve read. Keep it up!

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  • Katherine says:

    I would like to nominate Elodie from sycamore as she showed passion for learning and resilience as she continued with her learning all through the holidays. In particular she worked on maths which she is not normally a fan of. The routine of work and play has helped us all during lockdown and even I have learnt a lot. I also want to nominate Miss Abbott and Miss Webster for setting such interesting topics that have kept us all engaged in learning.

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  • I would like to nominate Connor S from Chestnut class for working really hard on his superhero work and also for continuing to read every day. He is also doing PE with Joe Wicks and also going for a family walk every evening.
    He is trying really hard to follow the school values

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  • Mrs Moston says:

    Writer of the week – Isla B for having a go at writing her name in joined up, ready for year 1!

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  • Samantha K says:

    I would like to nominate Jake this week for showing great compassion for his sister since she has broken her wrist. Jakes remembers how difficult is was when he broke his elbow and all the people that helped him. Making sure she has everything she needs and helps her carry things that she can not manage.

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  • Wathsi P says:

    I would like to nominate my daughter, Kiara in Chestnut class,for the Jackie Johnson Award . She has been very kind and has helped her dad with gardening and mom with cooking.Kiara has also been cleaning very well over the half term and she leaves the house spotless! She always does her chores straight away .I am very proud of her. She has also been folding the clothes with her sister and after she makes yummy teas and coffees for everyone ! Thank you !

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  • Nikki H says:

    I would like to nominate Jamie M in Silverbell for the reading and writing award. He has been reading everyday with brilliant expressions, ease and confidence and ensures I record it by handing me the reading record book!!!!!

    Jamie has worked very hard on his handwriting on a daily basis and we can really see the improvements he has made. He is able to use an exclamation mark, comma, question mark and a full stop appropriately. He has almost completed the downloaded worksheets on grammar hammer and maths skills and enjoys working on reading comprehension.

    He takes pride in his work and shows passion and resilience.

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  • We would like to nominate Austin in Rowan, he has done really well at writing his own story this week, he has also done really well at his arithmetic and percentages in maths too.
    Austin’s sunflowers are still growing and the tallest one so far is 116cm!

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  • Sheryl says:

    I would like to nominate Ami-Mae year 4 she has been so helpful and kind, even learning new skills such as watching how the washing machine works. She never complains and like she would be at school a real pleasure to have at home

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