We had a brilliant week last week with more sporting activity for our year 5 and 6s. Both a girls and boys team attended the indoor rowing tournament with the Boys finishing 11th out of 22 teams and the girls 12th out of 21 teams. A lot of the schools were much bigger and many of which had their own rowing machine to train on! A fantastic effort from all children and a special mention to Hannah who was so determined she carried on even when her shoe came off!!
On to our brilliant book…
Infant 1- Super sentence writer this week was Jake for writing all by himself. He segmented every word brilliantly and kept checking. A real super star.
Alex and Lillie-Mae made beautiful multicoloured coats when looking at the story of Joseph during RE. They both took great care with their work.
Infant 2- Freddie- for being really focused and engaged during carpet time and putting his hand up lots to share ideas and answer questions.
Georgie- for having constant enthusiasm and a ‘have a go’ attitude to absolutely everything! She is always happy, smiley and fun to be around!
Ella- Mrs Brown was so impressed with her maths on Friday. She proved to herself she can do it! She was able to count counts in 2s and 10s. Brilliant!
Junior 1- Kai has demonstrated extremely high levels of enthusiasm after going home and taking it upon himself to finish his English research homework on Harry Potter. Mr Hall was really impressed as were his parents as they had also completed a values slip for the determination he showed when completing it!
Thomas- for his consistently beautiful handwriting. Throughout the week Thomas has made great progress because of his extra effort.
Junior 2- Hannah- for a wonderful job in her group’s Dragon’s Den pitch for the Doggie Luggage invention. Sounds very intriguing!
Ben B (yr6)- For consistently working hard and producing work of a high standard that is presented neatly and clearly.
One final mention to Rhys in infant 1 for his effort writing his very own superhero book last week. Rhys spent a long time working very hard on his illustrations, writing and stickers. It was absolutely fantastic to see how enthusiastically he spoke about it when he brought it to show me. Well done Rhys!