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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 14th November  2022

Class
Name
Reason
R1 Emma Trying hard to sound and blend when reading
  Abimnwi

Trying hard to sound and blend when reading

R2 Oteka For impressing his teachers in his Maths lesson
  Joseph

For working hard on his phonics

1.1 Praises

For being an excellent role model and always working hard.

  Tsion For being a role model in her behaviour and having lovely manners!
1.2 Ibrahim

For working hard in all his lessons

  Ife For making progress with her phonics.
2.1 Marty For always trying his best to blend words
  Bitanya

For her great energy during the nativity rehearsals! 

2.2

Dane

For an enthusiastic approach to his learning and trying his best.

  Hosana

For using  a clear, loud and expressive voice when practising for the Nativity.

3.1 Jasmine For having great discussions in RE.
3.2 Brianna

For working really hard to listen carefully and demonstrate her new learning in her work.

4.1 Kofi For showing independence in his work. Keep it up!
4.2 Jonathan

For a huge improvement in his listening and concentration in class. Well done!

5.1 Marui For his amazing effort and passion in learning about Vikings, I know you’ll love our trip to the British Museum next week. Keep up the hard work
5.2 Kaden For making a huge effort to be positive this week - even when it is tricky to do! It's so lovely to see you smiling! Well done!
6.1 Tahlia For working really hard in our English lessons - keep it up!
6.2 Alex For making a huge improvement with your engagement and mindset in lessons - keep this up!

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