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Star Awards January 7th-21st 2021

Posted: 20th January 2021

7/1/21

James Golden Year R

For being so positive and engaged at school, and for adapting very well to the changes at school

Seb Falconer Year R

For being so positive and engaged at school, and for adapting very well to the changes at school

Catherine Richardson Year R

For being so positive and engaged at school, and for adapting very well to the changes at school

All of Year 1

For being so adaptable, positive and engaged during the first week of remote learning

9/1/21

Arty Bannister  Y2 Headmaster's Distinction

Outstanding effort with his Winter Wonderland home learning tasks!

All of Year 2

For having such a great first week back to school and adapting to our remote lessons so maturely and enthusiastically.

Milly, Edward, Florence Y2

For settling in so amazingly to Skippers even in these unusual circumstances. They have all been so positive and are already huge assets to our year 2 class! 

All of Year 3

For being so adaptable, positive and engaged during the first week of remote learning

Theo Bhatia-Cox Y4

Excellent alliteration work in English 

Wilf Pyne Y4

Excellent alliteration work in English 

All of Year 4 

For being adaptable and resilient during the first week of remote learning 

Michael Germanos Y5  & Hugo Shipley Y5 Headmaster's Distinction

For demonstrating maturity and independence in his remote learning. They have both been outstanding this week; even teaching other pupils how to do things. Keep it up!

Mason, Daniel, Amber Y5

For being engaged throughout remote learning this week.

Alafaire Y 5 

For demonstrating maturity and independence in his remote learning. They have both been outstanding this week; even teaching other pupils how to do things. Keep it up!5

Amazing feedback and discussion during guided reading and detailed drawings

Evie Leggett Y5

For helping her sister  at home to use her Chromebook and create word docs! 

Flo Shipley Y6  Head Master's Distinction

Flo has worked incredibly hard on learning her times tables over the holidays. When we have played games on our times tables, she is often top of the leader board!

All of Y6

Ms Davis set the task of making a human eye, showing all the different layers of the eye and the 6s have risen to the challenge!

Alex Larner Y6

Positivity and resilience in adapting to home learning 

Oliver Morley Y6

Focus and engagement (as well as willingness to help peers) in French 

All of YEar 7

For being punctual, organised, creative and a delight to teach in English during the first week of remote learning! 

Hollie-Mae Oliphant Y7

Pushing herself to practise vocab on Memrise after the lesson end 

Maia Milne Y7

Pushing herself to practise vocab on Memrise after the lesson end

Nancy N Y8

For taking a lead role in organising games and activities for our form time sessions! 

Ellie Besant, Sofia L'elliot, Mia Taylor Y8 

For fantastic creative writing over the Christmas holidays. Well done! 

All of Reception

For being so adaptable, positive and engaged during remote learning

14/01/21

Phoebe Spearink YRec

For setting the rest of the class challenges. 

Phoebe made a video to teach the class how to draw a robin 

Jacob Kyegombe Y Rec

For making videos to set the rest of the class challenges. 

Jacob made a video to  show the class how to set up a treasure hunt 

Kei Thomas Perkins  Y Rec

For making videos to set the rest of the class challenges.

Kei set the class a challenge to make a time capsule

Gabby Comerford Y Rec

For making videos to set the rest of the class challenges.

Gabby set the class a colour by number challenge

Billy Rollason Y1

For accurate measuring in cm in maths!

Jakey Rundle,Mia Van Dyk, Lily Coulstock Y1

For fantastic story writing in English!

Saffron White Y1 Head Master's Distinction

For outstanding effort and engagement in all her Foundation Subjects learning during Week 2!

Alice Winall Y2

For being so mature with her independent learning at home and using her initiative to always log on to ask me a question if needed. 

Reeyan Sanyal Y2

For always being so smiley and positive and putting his all in to everything he does!

Noa Bilmes Y2

For trying so hard in our maths group session on Friday! She listened so carefully to each instruction and was able to help us crack some tricky codes!

Charlie Gordon Y3

Excellent engagement with Maths and English live lessons- in particular working on the grid method in Maths. Very resilient 

Tommy Sun Y3

Excellent engagement with Maths and English live lessons - in particular working on the grid method in Maths. Very positive 

Liberty Russell Y3

 

Excellent engagement with Maths and English live lessons, in particular, logging on and working independently. Very Self-disciplined. 

Verity and Firle Y3

Ancient Egyptain Fact File

Zac Catania Y4

For his engagement and great effort all week

Nina Bhatia Cox Y4

For her fabulous rainforest setting description in English this week.  

Betsy Abell & Millie Gebbie Y5 For organising and running a brilliant form time today!

 

Millie Gebbie & Betsy Abell Y5 Head Master's Distinction

For an outstanding piece of writing using figurative language. It was a pleasure to read and I am so impressed with her metaphors and personification. HB

 

Alafaire Carroll, Philip Sun, Felipe Morgan, Eddie Mercer Y5

For their engagement and hard work in English this week. They have worked hard on their use of figurative language and written some wonderfully descriptive scenes. HB

18/1/21

Nell Harvey Y5

For being adaptable and resilient during remote learning

Oliver Clay Y5

Positivity and resilience in adapting to home learning 

Daniel Pharoah Y5

Being positive and focused during guided reading 

Gabby S Y5

Great design and model of a bridge. 

Keira Metha Y6 Head Master's Distinction

Excellent model of the eye showing all the layers. Extra information included around the edge of her work. 

Oliver Morley Y6 Head Master's Distinction

Wonderfully creative model of the eye with brush bristles used as eyelashes

Woody Johnson Y6 Head Master's Distinction

Brilliant model of the eye with eye lids that open and close

Alife Duncan Y6

Drawing pictures for a form game that was so successful Alfie led the Year in the game. 

Matilda Stock Y6 Head Master's Distinction

Creating an excellent Lift the Flap model of the eye, which had arrows pointing to the different layers and extra information around the edge. 

Ned Norton Y6 Head Master's Distinction

For making a model of the eye out of plasticine and being able to explain each part clearly.

Alfie Duncan Y6 Head Master's Distinction

For his engagement in art and for making an excellent stage for his stop motion movie - complete the cardboard curtains and an open and close feature! Just marvellous! HB

Ted Burke, Annabel Willcocks, Alfie Slaney Y8

For writing, editing, performing and filming their own metaphor poems with expression and fluency. 

Alfie added music and visuals to his poem. 

Annabel added excellent backgrounds

Ted read his poem with excellent expression

Zach Churnside Y7

For writing and filming his own rumour about The Watertower (our year 7 text) He used great expression and imagination. He also gave some positive and useful feedback to the rest of the class when they uploaded their videos to Flipgrid! 

 

 

20/01/21

Emma-Jane Murrin Y7 Head Master's Distinction

For her outstanding model of an insect pollinated flower - beautifully made and labelled. 

Grace Hazan Head Master's Distinction

For her outstanding model of an insect pollinated flower - beautifully made and labelled. KR

Zach Churnside, Grace Mercer, Freya Davis, Hollie-Mae Olivant, Jack Etheridge Y7

For making an excellent model of an insect pollinated flower.  Great creativity using whatever they could find for all the different parts.  

Meg Lillicrap Y7 Head Master's Distinction

For her outstanding 3D model of an insect pollinated flower - very creatively made and labelled. 

Vincent Marten Y7

For making a super model of an insect pollinated flower when he only had what was available to him in the classroom at school. 

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