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Star Of The Week

Each week, the teachers will choose a child from their class to be Star of the Week. Children are chosen for excellent work, fantastic effort, good behaviour choices or going over and above our expectations. 

Children will be awarded a certificate during assembly. In KS2 children will spend some time with a member of the Senior Leadership team on Friday to have a chat about their achievement, while enjoying a hot chocolate and biscuit. 

Let's see who has amazed us this week!

Star of the Week w/c 9th May 2022

R1 Aurora Good sounding and blending in Reading.

Good sounding and blending in Reading.

R2 Bilal Confident and independent addition and subtraction
  Jemimah Great progress in her maths learning using Numbots
1.1 Eiris

Fantastic improvement in phonics.

  Levia Fantastic improvement in phonics.
1.2 Khyara For improving her listening skills on the carpet
  Dionis For consistently showing a fantastic learning attitude
2.1 Hanna For being an excellent role model and always having a fantastic attitude towards her learning. You are making fantastic progress! Keep it up :)
  Hugo For great participation in a Maths taking turn game, you worked really hard. Well done :)


For fantastic progress in English.
  Kenaya For always having a great attitude to learning.
3.1 Leticija For her trying her best and her willingness to give things a go in all lessons.
3.2 Ohemaa-Saah

For her hard work and determination to do her best to complete  her work - Super effort, Ohemaa!

4.1 David For working really hard to improve his handwriting.
4.2 Kenzo For a great start at St. Edmund’s school!
5.1 Marcel For confident and enthusiastic singing during our MoTown music lesson. Well done!
5.2 Alex For very hard work in all lessons and consistently pushing himself to the best of his ability each day this week.
6.1 Esatu For  the hard work, determination, resilience and maturity Esatu has shown consistently since the start of Year 6. We are so proud of you.
6.2 Tiana For embodying our school motto ‘love, care, share’ by showing kindness to others in the class.

Well done to Class 4.2 for completing the most laps in Key Stage 2. A great effort!