Weekly winners…

Another chance to nominate a child for an assembly video award. Just leave a comment below by Thursday lunchtime this week.

A reminder of the categories…

  • The Head of School award for showing our school values of PASSION, INTEGRITY, RESPECT, ASPIRATION or RESILIENCE when learning at home.
  • The Reader and Writer of the Week awards for showing the values in your reading or writing.
  • The Sports Personality of the Week award for showing the values in PE, sport and exercise.
  • The Jackie Johnson Award for good manners, kindness and helping out around the house.

The assembly videos are posted here every Friday and I aim to give all our nominees a mention.

Mr Poyton

12 comments on “Weekly winners…

  • Suzanne C says:

    Joshua C in Aspen shows great passion for his daily zoom meetings and always reminds me when it’s nearly time. He is growing in confidence and volunteering to answer questions more. I love hearing him speaking German during the meeting and he now knows more than I do!

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    • S Dubey says:

      I agree with you, mum. Joshua is so passionate and is always keen to answer questions! Well done Joshua! Keep up the great work! 🙂

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  • Olivia in sycamore, has worked so hard this week. Her reading and writing is improving daily

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  • I would like to nominate Jamie for head of school award. Jamie struggled a little after the second lockdown and was finding some of the work online tricky. (especially maths),but we sat down and talked about how we could resolve the issues and found a few strategies that help Jamie to do the best she can. I am so proud of her and she is not getting overwhelmed any more, and thinking what she can do to help herself. Well done Jamie for showing a lot, and it is a lot of resilience, one of our values at Lawford Mead. Xx

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  • I’d love to nominate Tate (silver bell)
    He’s been beyond enthusiastic with his home learning!
    He has been trying really hard in every aspect of his learning. 🙂

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  • Roshe says I am a mother of leart and I like to name my son because he gives us so much to do and works double because he has difficulty in understanding the language

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  • Natalie says:

    I would like to nominate my sister Adele in Birch, She works hard and tries her best. When she finds
    things hard she tries again. She also shows all the
    values.

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    • Mr Pearson says:

      I agree, Natalie. Adele has worked hard with her home learning which I am sure you have too?

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      • Natalie says:

        Yes I have been working hard and the teachers have been to. Thank you to all the teachers at Lawford Mead

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  • I want to nominate my sister Rebecca in ash class because she tries really hard to sound out the words she finds tricky on spelling shed and making everyone at home feel a lot less board.

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  • Mum & Dad would like to nominate Sophie in Poplar, as she is doing really well working from home, busy with not just her regular Y5 work, but also the 11+ Club work from Mrs Wilson.
    She is keeping up with her piano lessons & regular practice, which Mrs James is very pleased about too!

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  • S Dubey says:

    I would like to nominate Jenson in Ash class for the head of school award. Jenson has shown real passion and aspiration when working at home. He has been diligent in completing all the tasks assigned and much more! He has a brilliant work ethic! Keep it up, Jenson. We are very proud of you. 🙂

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