Assembly nominations…

Thank you for watching and commenting under the latest assembly video. Leave a comment below to nominate your child for an award this week. You can nominate them for…

  • The Head of School Award for showing the school values in learning and the choices they are making at home.
  • The Tidy Friday Award for keeping your home clean and, you’ve guessed it, TIDY!
  • The Jackie Johnson Award for politeness and kindness
  • The Sports Personality of the Week Award for showing the school values through sport, exercise and a healthy lifetyle.

Mr Poyton

29 comments on “Assembly nominations…

  • I would like to nominate my daughter darcie in laurel class for being so understanding when it comes to the virus , for helping mummy and daddy around the house and really focusing on hand washing and school work, she has taken this whole situation in her stride and we couldn’t be prouder !!!

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  • Nomination for Sophie C in Cedar class.
    She has been working very hard at her school work, and also at her piano practice. Her piano teacher has been really impressed with the progress she’s made, as are Mum & Dad.

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  • Cara W says:

    Hi I would like to nominate Maxx A I’m chestnut class.
    Maxx has really struggled with his emotions these past couple of weeks which has resulted in not wanting to do much school work what so ever but this morning he really went for it and I’m so proud of him.
    He has been such a help to mummy in keeping his new room tidy

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  • Danielle Y-O says:

    Selcan in poplar class, I would like to nominate him for the sports personality of the week award, as he has just learned to ride his bike, he has persevered with it over lockdown and is now finally confident enough, he has shown resilience in never giving up, we’re very proud of him. Thankyou

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  • Lindy L says:

    I would like to nominate Tayah and Darcey L for continuing to show resilience and passion for their learning. The diligently do their school work every day!

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    • S Dubey says:

      I am very impressed with Darcey too! She has been very regular in updating her learning on seesaw. It’s wonderful to see her learn so many things! Keep it up, Darcey.

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      • HPhelps says:

        I have also been really impressed with Darcey and her work! Great to see you and your lego creations on zoom today!

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  • Sarah P says:

    I would like to nominate my son Alex CP in Redwood Class for the school values award as he has been consistently working very hard on his school work at home each day and trying his very best in everything that he he doing. I am also very proud of the passion for learning he is showing and the resilience and positive attitude he has demonstrated throughout these difficult time.

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    • ECaldwell says:

      All the Year 6 teachers are so proud and impressed with Alex’s work. We love looking at his work every day on Seesaw and the effort he is putting in to everything is fantastic to see!

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  • I would like to nominate Joshua in Birch class, for the Sports personality of the week award. Throughout lockdown Joshua has really improved in his hand, eye coordination by going outside and playing swingball and using a catching net, he has amazed us with how good he has become, well done Joshua keep it up.

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  • I would like to nominate Xav from Rowan class for Head Teacher Award. He has struggled with motivation at times with his home learning, but has shown real resilience. After talking things through and taking time out to think about things, he has continued and produced some great work. Well done Xav and thank you for teaching your sister about fractions and percentages.

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    • ECaldwell says:

      I am really pleased to hear that Xav has been showing resilience! I love seeing his work every day and am so impressed with his attitude – well done Xav!

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  • Suzanne says:

    Joshua in Bonsai can now tie his shoe laces after getting new trainers and practising hard.
    He has helped to create a book corner with book rack and bean bag in his room and is enjoying learning from fact books.

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  • I would like to nominate Jayden & ella-rose this week for sports personality after both completing their 5 day challenge achieving
    Sprinting 400 metres
    Hop jumps 200
    Skipping 200 metres
    Side stepping 200 metres
    Long jump100 metres
    Jayden has also been bike riding on a daily basis since getting a new BMX for his birthday whilst Ella used her scooter, well done guys

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    • S Dubey says:

      I am so proud of Ella and her achievements! She deserves the sports personality of the week award!! Keep it up, Ella. 🙂

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  • Claire says:

    I would like to nominate Natalie in Ash, every morning she gets up and checks the blog to see what she need to do and trirs her best with it all and being very helpful at home and helping her sister with work by explaining things.

    I would like to nominate Adele in Sycamore, she has been doing really well with her hand writing and spelling, and completing all the work that is set for her.

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    • S Dubey says:

      I totally agree with you! Natalie is such a great role model for everyone! She has always shown a lot of passion towards learning. Not a day has gone by, when Natalie has not finished the work set on the blogs! We are all very proud of you! 🙂

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  • I’d like to nominate Sadie for the sports personality award for how confident she has become on her bike since lockdown and we’re going on longer bike rides up to 6.5 miles now (while poor mummy walks behind). She even cycles with 1 hand or as we discovered this week, no feet! Both legs sticking out in opposite directions!

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  • I’d like to nominate Harry M Chestnut for the sports personality award. He has continued to exercise everyday with mummy right the way through lockdown. He has continued to take part in Joe wicks PE trying out new exercises when they come, been running with me Harry likes to pick the route & we regularly pass Lawford mead so that we can wave as we go by! This week he decided he would be my PE teacher, we have been doing PE with Harry he’s really got into it we have to warm up, follow a workout with my tabata timer & stretch afterwards with lots of encouragement given…..I just wish he didn’t include as many burpees!! Well done Harry.

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  • Natalie says:

    I would like to nominate Mrs Dubey and Mrs Phelps for always putting work on the blogs for us to do
    Thank you so much.

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    • HPhelps says:

      That’s very kind Natalie 🙂 We hope you are enjoying the learning we have been posting! Mrs Dubey and I are so proud of you and the work you have been doing. Well done.

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    • S Dubey says:

      That’s very thoughtful and kind of you, Natalie. I’m glad you are enjoying your learning! Very proud of you and your achievements! Keep it up.

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  • I would like to nominate and thank Miss Abbott and Miss Webster for always making sure we have fun work to do.

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  • I would like to nominate my girls scarlett and Sophia P from reception (one in each class) every day they tidy their own toys and ask if I need any help cleaning up they’ve helped me cleaning out the rabbit hutches and decorating the dogs bedroom they work hard to help me. As twins they typically arguing and fight but this past week they have really tried to recognise their own behaviour and be more accepting of each others needs by sharing more and helping each other out it’s been lovely to see. They’ve also worked very hard with every task I’ve set them from experiments to reading and writing to worksheets and pe they always put in effort I’ve been very proud of them and how they have handled such big changes recently we’ve had tears over not being able to attend school and not being able to see nanny and yet they try so very hard to be understanding they ask questions and try to figure it all out in their little heads I’m very proud of both of my girls x

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  • I would like to nominate Bethany in Cedar. She has helped make dinners all week, my favourite being the pasta meatballs.

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  • I would like to nominate Rebecca in Birch. She has been challenging herself doing some year 3-4 words on spelling shed sometimes in preparation for going back in September.

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  • thank you for another brilliant assembly Mr Poyton and I absolutely loved it especially when you showed us pictures of the staff when they were young. Nikki and I guessed 5 Mr Pearson, Mr Lincoln, Miss Webster, Miss Mullinger and Miss Jennings. We look forward to the next assembly and thank you again.

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  • I would like to nominate Jamie M for the Headteachers Award for showing kindness and having lovely manners, showing respect to everyone and lots of helping around the house. In his schoolwork during lockdown Jamie has shown great passion, resilience and integrity and always ensured his work was completed on a daily basis with a positive attitude. We are all so proud of him for achieving this. Well done Jamie!!!!!

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