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Star awards Nov 24th - Dec 12th

Posted: 10th December 2020

24/11/20

Seb Falconer R

For being a happy and enthusiastic member of the class 

Phoebe Spearink R

For showing great enthusiasm and engagement in her learning 

Torben Winwood Bailey Y1

For his wonderful independent story writing 

Mia van Dyk Y1

For her super efforts in our maths addition lessons 

Dilan Mehta Y2

For always taking the extra challenge in maths and english and always helping and encouraging his friends with their work

Poppy Abell Y2

For her amazing focus with her writing, especially her spellings 

Firle Soma Y3

For excellent interceptions in netball and for being positive and engaged in class

Molly Battey Y3 HM distinction  

For her amazing creative writing for Bell Story and her challenge in maths 

Tom Williams  Y3

For excellent engagement in lessons and for creating an anti bullying poster at home. 

Nell Harvey Y5

For listening well to improve her diary entries 

Cara Winwood Bailey Y5

For amazing diary entries about the Peter Pan performance 

Mattie Slaney Y5

For improving her methods during maths 

Freddie Hancox Y5

For always listening well, following instructions and being respectful

James Winall Y4

For challenging himself in his learning 

Amaia Carroll Y4

For her enthusiastic and positive contribution to school life 

Oli Davis Y8

For putting on such a wonderful performance of the evil ‘Mrs Holland’ in english this week 

Freddie Russell Y8

For putting on such a wonderful performance as ‘Mrs Berry’ when reading his novel this week

Freddie Lee Y8

For excellent participation and focus in english discussions this week

Molly Coke Y6

For improved effort and focus and creativity in Christmas form activities 

01/12/20

Amaia Carroll Y4

For her energetic and positive contribution in her poetry reading 

Sam Davis Y4

For his positive contribution in his poetry reading

James Hansen Y3

For working hard on his handwriting and spellings 

Noah Hird Y3

For excellent engagement and challenge in maths

Max Coke Y1

For always seeking to challenge himself in his learning

Jakey Rundle Y1

For consistent engagement and positivity in all of his lessons 

Oliver Clay Y5

For always being polite and showing respect to others 

Paul Andre Taylor Y5

For working hard on his homework

Year 5

Y5 have been showing and presenting to the class information they have researched about space. All of the slide shows have been delightful to see. 

Mason Colliver Y5

For great organisation. Mason and Freddie decided to work together  and both new exactly what they should be doing in the research and in the presentation.

Freddie Hancox Y5

For great organisation. Mason and Freddie decided to work together  and both new exactly what they should be doing in the research and in the presentation.

Issie  Humphries Y5

For having lots of information and video clips to show us. She knew exactly what she was doing and went to start and stop the video clips.

Oliver Clay Y5

Oliver's information was interesting to hear, he had researched it well. He also knew how to please his audience and brought in some space ice cream for us all to try- delicious. 

Cara Winwood Bailey Y5 : HM distinction 

Cara researched an area that no one else thought of- the development of astronaut suits. I loved her bold choice and she had lots of information to share. When we asked her questions she knew the answers and knew her subject well. 

Gabby Stephenson 5 : HM distinction 

Gabby had clear information, written in her own words, she also had video clips, a quiz, silliness to make us laugh she made her own video! Truly fabulous!

William Dumsday Y6

For his shadow investigation that he did for homework. Will did the investigation for his homework but then he realised he had missed out some data. He asked me about it and I gave him the option to improve his homework if he wanted to. I was really pleased that he could identify where he could improve his work and then he went away and improved it! Well done Will. 

Flossie Willcocks y6

Mrs Davis was really pleased with Flossie’s English homework. She had to finish a story about Tinkerbell and why she had so many issues. It was clear that she had put effort into finishing the homework and put in extra time to make sure her stories was brilliant, well done 

Issie Pincus Y6

Mrs Davis was really pleased with Issie’s English homework. She had to finish a story about Tinkerbell and why she had so many issues. It was clear that she had put effort into finishing the homework and put in extra time to make sure her stories was brilliant, well done 

Freya Davis Y7

For gaining full marks in the density test. Well done 

Hollie Mae Ollivant  Y7

For gaining full marks in the density test. Well done 

All of year 1

For The spectatcular, wonderful performance of shine, star, Shine!

Harrison Colliver Y3

For working hard to learn his spellings and practice his handwriting. Most weeks Harrison gets 10 out of 10!

Robin Clover Y3

For working hard to learn his spellings and practice his handwriting

Beth Hazan Y4

For always being polite, kind and cheerful

Martha Bootland Y4

For always being polite, kind and cheerful

08/12/20

G Garnett Y6

For her excellent preparation performance as a defence lawyer in our court case against Peter pan

Alex Larner y6

For his superb preparation and performance as a lawyer in our court case - what a prosecution lawyer he is!

Izzy Humphries Y5

For always trying her best and setting a great example for others 

Freddie Donelan Y5

For impressive creative writing 

Harrison Keown Y5

For demonstrating excellent maths 

Alex Cunningham Y8

For choosing to accept the challenge of the extension Level 3 Maths papers: and for really encouraging results in them.

Alice Clay Y8

For choosing to accept the challenge of the extension Level 3 Maths papers: and for really encouraging results in them.

Jac Haurie Pelleg Y8

For choosing to accept the challenge of the extension Level 3 Maths papers: and for really encouraging results in them.

Cameron Mackenzie Y8

For choosing to accept the challenge of the extension Level 3 Maths papers: and for really encouraging results in them.

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