3 weeks left!

Only three weeks of term left. Which means only three more assembly videos. Which means…only THREE more chances to nominate a child for an assembly award ‘shout out’! Leave a comment below (before Thursday lunchtime) to nominate now!

Another reminder of the awards…

  • Head of School award for showing the school values at home
  • The Tidy Friday Award for helping to clean, tidy up and look after the home
  • The Jackie Johnson award for politeness, kindness, trying new food and cooking skills!
  • Reader of the Week for showing a love of reading
  • Writer of the Week for effort in writing, spelling, handwriting etc.
  • Sports Personality of the Week for showing the values through sport and exercise.

Mr Poyton

12 comments on “3 weeks left!

  • Rachel says:

    I would like to nominate Logan for his excellent effort with his spelling over the last few weeks, he has been practising every day and using different methods to remember tricky ones. Logan has been trying to remember to use his spelling knowledge when he is writing and is showing resilience when doing this.

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  • Katherine says:

    I want to nominate Elodie M in sycamore for the reading award as over the last 100 days she has read for 80 of them meaning she had read a massive 60 different books as they have been getting longer and more difficult as she has improved.

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  • Joanna B says:

    I would like to nominate Jenson B in Birch for sports personality this week for his amazing effort on returning to kickboxing. Despite it being outside and everything slightly different he is still giving it 100%. Well done!

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  • Nikki H says:

    I would like to nominate Jamie M for settling into school very well after being off for so long. His reading has come along really well and he is able to work out tricky words using phonics independently. He reads on a daily basis with great enthusiasm and expressions and shows passion and resilience. He also does his spellings and times tables every day and is now on 8 x tables!!. Well done Jamie we are all so proud of you especially for never giving up.

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  • I would like to nominate Sophie in Cedar as a thank you for all of her help around the house, for her positive attitude to her school work, for being patient whilst waiting to give her Nanny hugs, and for reading at every possible opportunity – she’s a proper bookworm!

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  • I would like to nominate Michael in Silverbell for Writer of the Week Award for knuckling down and getting on with writing his story today about Jimmy and his Treehouse. I’m very proud that he just got on with it and used great comprehension & imagination even though writing makes him tired.

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  • I would like to nominate Harry M in Chestnut for the Jackie Johnson Award for leaning new cooking skills! Harry took part in a virtual Cub camp at the weekend where he tried cooking on a fire, bbq & camping stove he did really well. Over lock down he has tried his hand at cooking cakes, cookies, chicken fajitas, homemade pizzas including the dough & on on Saturday he created a pasta dish from stuff in the fridge (with a little bit of help from mum!) but he cooked it well done H we are really proud of you.

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  • Leanne R says:

    Lucas R in reception for being brave and going back to school, he said he is really enjoying seeing Mrs Moston and his friends again

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  • Elizabeth says:

    I would like to nominate Chae for the Tidy Friday award as he has been super helpful helping his nan care for our home when I am working by making endless tea, lunches, tidying his bedroom, assisting with the washing, emptying the Dishwasher, walking the dogs, popping to the shops when needed and many more chores. All undertaken without any complaining, all has been hugely appreciated

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  • Hayarpi M says:

    I would like to nominate Leo MM year 2 Bonsai . He has learned a lot about vitamins being very important for the health.He changed a lot in his food dietary adding most healthy products and understanding of their importance for his health. Importance of all types of vitamins for immune system that will help him to become better football player in a future. Meanwhile he plant a seeds for lettuce ,beetroot, carrots ,parsley and basil. Now when he helps for cooking he adds this ingredients from his own little garden. I am very proud of him that he grow up with understanding of very importance of having healthy body which supports healthy mind.
    Thank you

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  • I would like to nominate Samuel D in Chestnut class for his creatively in writing, spelling and making up his own plot. He wrote his own play and changed the plot for Shakespeare’s famous “Twelfth Knight”. He took his time writing it but ensured his handwriting was clear and was creative and imaginative in his storyline and character development. Well done Samuel, we are proud of you.

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  • Barney Year 6 showing great resilience and a mature attitude towards all aspects of transition, including learning how to tie a proper tie for High School.

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