Motivational Mentions

If your child is showing our school values at home this week then why not leave a comment below to nominate a them for an assembly award. They will then get a mention in the assembly video this Friday!

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

Mr Poyton

14 comments on “Motivational Mentions

  • Hello, I would like to nominate Bobby P for doing very good reading and writing both at home and at school.
    He has also learnt a few life lessons too in recent weeks, he now knows how to repair a puncture on his bike and he has been doing some home cooking.

    Sue ( Bobby’s Aunty)

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  • Jill C says:

    Lewis C has made us very proud of his brilliant effort with home learning, using school apps and keeping up his reading. He’s also been very good at looking after his guinea pigs and doing his online kickboxing lessons.

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  • Mrs Lees says:

    I would like to nominate Clara, Ella-Rose and Isaac in Cedar, for showing wonderful passion and aspiration in their German work this week. Clara made a lovely book of “That’s not my …” and made a video of her reading it too. Ella-Rose found out some new vocabulary which made her sentences really good. Isaac was hard at work again and produced a super “That’s not my …” book in German, with an accompanying video. Seeing all your work on Seesaw makes me very happy!

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  • Kate swain says:

    We would like to nominate Jay in poplar and jack in larch for doing so well with their school work, we are very proud of them both.
    Nanna and grandad

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  • Jeyanie says:

    I would like to nominate Hamsini in Rowan class Year 6. This is because she has done all her homework and has been in every zoom meeting, she has been showing a great attitude towards studying and has got better and better at learning. She is a quick learner and she also loves to paint.Thank you.
    Hamsini’s Mum (Jeni)

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  • We would like to nominate Liam A (Pine) and Riley A (Ash) for showing resilience everyday, we are very proud of them both, they are doing a great job.

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  • Shelly (mum) says:

    I would like to nominate Maisy G from Chesnut class. She has made me very proud this week with how well she has got on with her work. Some days have been a struggle and she misses her friends, but she has got on with it this week without moaning and without me saying. By this she has finished before lunch and still done exceptional work.

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  • Hayley says:

    I would like to nominate Alex B from poplar for trying so hard , completing quality work and helping out at home. Alex is very proud of his spelling shed score and that he has topped the school tables. Mum and Dad are also very proud of his continuous effort and exceptional behaviour and attitude.

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  • I would like to nominate Harley, he has really put so much effort into doing his school work, as he only has mum or dad at home at the moment as his sister Tian is still in and out of hospital he has really behaved well and really made an effort to try all the work in front of him and I couldn’t be prouder of how hard he has tried.

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  • Suzanne C says:

    Very proud of Joshua C in Aspen who was riding his bike properly for the first time on Sunday. Took a lot of resilience.

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  • I would like to nominate Aarav from Aspen for showing resilience in completing his school work regularly. He looks forward for the daily zoom call and is happy meeting his teachers and friends. Aarav is growing into a very responsible young boy and helps his mother at home. He balances out his work and play time. We are super proud of him for understanding his responsibilities and completing his work diligently.

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  • Dear Mr Poyton,

    I would like to nominate Tiya from Rowan for completing all her school work to a good standard. She works very hard and actively takes part in Zoom lessons. She is kind and considerate and helps a lot around the house. She has a good routine and balances her work and play in a very matured way. We are really proud of her.

    Mum and Dad

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  • Jacqueline says:

    I would like to nominate Albie X. Every single morning before he is dressed or ate breakfast he logs into the computer to see what work he has to complete. He never complains or has to be told to do his work, he just does it. I’m very proud of him.

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  • Mrs Ganes says:

    Dear Mr Poyton,

    I would like to nominate Tom from Cedar class for completing his tasks and taking part in our Zoom calls without fail. Tom makes great effort with his home learning and produces quality work showing good understanding of the topic that he has been working on. Well Done Tom for all your hard work.

    Mrs Ganes

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