Don’t miss out!

This week’s assembly video will be the LAST ONE as children are all returning to school next week! So this is your last chance to nominate a child for a shout out.

Leave a comment below by the end of the day on Wednesday, telling us why your child deserves a mention for the effort they have put into their remote learning and for showing our school values this week and since Christmas.

Mr Poyton

10 comments on “Don’t miss out!

  • Mum & Dad would like to nominate Sophie from Poplar, who has worked really hard whilst she’s been stuck at home. As well as her school work, she’s been helping around the house, and making tea & coffee for us when we’ve been busy. She’s joined in preparing meals and has also entertained us with her piano practices. We will miss having her around when school resumes, but know how much she’s looking forward to going back & meeting up with her teachers & friends!

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  • I would like to nominate Jamie in Bonsai for his patience, integrity, passion and resilience throughout this whole lockdown period for working so hard with a great positive attitude and never giving up. His handwriting has come along so well and his reading and spellings are just exceptional!! He has also had an excellent school report. we are all so proud of you Jamie and you are our little superstar!!!

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  • Katherine says:

    Mum and Dad would like to nominate Elodie from birch as she has completed all the work and attended every zoom call during the lockdown despite not always wanting to. This lockdown has been particularly tough but she has been video calling grandparents which has helped a lot and she can’t wait to be back with her friends and her teachers.

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  • I’d like to nominate Sadie in Bonsai who has worked really hard these last few months. She at times has struggled with being home but she’s shown fantastic resilience when she has refocused on the task at hand and still produced great schoolwork. I’m so very proud of her school report she received. She has also enjoyed learning more skills in the kitchen for example how to be safe when using hot ovens/hobs when cooking and using hot water. She’s also developed her skills on the laptop and how to copy and paste work and also printing and editing. She also spends a lot of her spare time reading which is a joy to listen to! A very proud Mummy!

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  • Samantha says:

    I would like to nominate Charlie in poplar for his positive attitude to home learning every week and his perseverance with his maths work when he has found it challenging.

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  • Katrina says:

    Big sister Anna from redwood would like to nominate Isabel from aspen as she has been working hard and completing her work before 12 o’clock and submitting it on seesaw. Mum and dad would like to nominate both Anna and Isabel for there hard work and trying to do best they can and mostly on there own without any help.

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  • I would like to nominate Maisie in silverbell, for her commitment and resilience, it hasn’t been easy to get a balance for homeschooling but she has always delivered on the tasks set. Well done Maisie we are all proud of you.

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  • Elaine says:

    I would like to nominate Myles from Redwood for his continued hard work and passion he’s shown during homeschooling, not only with the school work but also for the help he’s given around the home.
    Also I would like to nominate Kaysey in Aspen class, homeschooling has been a struggle for him and he’s missing his friends but he has still tried everyday. A big welldone from mum and dad

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  • Mum and Dad says:

    We would like to nominate Alex B from poplar.
    He embraced the home learning from day 1 and has never complained, just got on and done it.
    His efforts in going the ‘extra learning mile’ have not gone unnoticed and he takes pride in his improvements and accuracy.
    He is really looking forward to getting back to school and seeing his friends again.

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