Headteacher's Awards

Each week children are nominated to receive a Headteacher's Award which recognises something special that has been achieved. This could be related to their work, behaviour or attitude to the school community.


Thursday 19th December 2013
Rec
Tanish for showing excellent manners at all times and being a thoughtful member of Johnson class.
Y1
Joshua for his beautiful Tudor house design.
Y2
Ankita for being a pleasure to teach and we will miss her when she leaves.
Y3
Phoebe for increasingly offering her thoughts and opinions during lessons.
Y4
Oliver for consistently working to the best of his ability.
Y5
Kaycie for being a very supportive member of the class.
Y6
Tyler for having a conscientious attitude to his learning and always aspiring to improve.
 
Friday 13th December 2013
Rec
Kitty for trying her best even when something is difficult and helping other children too.
Y1
Iwan for showing an excellent improvement in his reading.
Y2
Roddi for showing resilience to fill the gaps in his learning.
Y4
Ashleigh for showing resilience when finding tasks difficult, particularly in maths.
Y5
Henry for cracking his maths homework and teaching his mum how things are done nowadays.
Y6
Keelan for showing great resilience during assessment week, especially with the additional assessments he has done.
Y6
Emily for showing great resilience in her learning.
 
Friday 6th December 2013
Rec
Shona for being helpful and kind in everything she does.
Y1
Chiara for consistently showing excellent manners and being polite to adults and other children.
Y2
Britney for being an excellent role model by always showing appropriate behaviour and working hard.
Y2
Jaden for offering to do Natalie's part in the play and doing so well.
Y3
Jack for taking an increasingly reflective approach to his learning.
Y4
Kassi for being so resilient when she is finding tasks difficult, particularly in maths.
Y5
Joshua N for showing determination to improve his reading skills.
Y5
Molly for her outstanding and resourceful contribution to the School Council.
Y5
Dawson for excellent word smartness in literacy.
Y5
Kaycie for excellent word smartness in literacy.
Y6
Keilan for showing increasing responsibility for his learning.
 
Friday 29th November 2013
Rec
Ben for being an enthusiastic learner and a helpful member of our class.
Y1
Shannon for getting all of her spellings right for the first time.
Y2
Luke for helping and cooperating with others, showing a responsible mature attitude at all times.
Y3
Leah for working in a very organised way whilst carrying out a science experiment.
Y3
Eloise for working in a very organised way whilst carrying out a science experiment.
Y4
Millie for her cheerful attitude, always smiling!
Y5
Amie for supporting other members of the class.
Y5
Dawson for making some very smart connections in our reading and RE work (and remembering them)!
Y6
Reese for being a kind and helpful young lady who always works hard and shows resilience even if she finds a task difficult.
 
Friday 22nd November 2013
Rec
Arshman for helping others to make good decisions and for being a kind member of Johnson class.
Y1
Jasmine for showing excellent mathematical skills when doubling and halving.
Y2
Rebecca for her lovely sunny personality which brightens our days and for her willingness to learn.
Y3
Harry for always trying his best.
Y4
Daniel for consistently rising to challenges he is set.
Y4
Henry for showing resilience with his maths - adding decimal numbers.
Y4
Kacy-Jane for being such an enthusiastic learner.
Y5
Max for suddenly becoming an independent mathemetician and tables champion.
Y6
Spencer for being extremely focused this week and making fantastic contributions to our literacy.
 
Friday 15th November 2013
Y1
Jacob for showing enthusiasm and always being eager to learn.
Y2
James for trying much harder to complete and give in homework.
Y3
Thomas W for transferring his learning into the classroom and making connections.
Y4
Lissie for representing our school at the Remembrance Day service.
Y4
Joshua A for representing our school at the Remembrance Day service.
Y5
Leah for amazing everyone by doing some excellent decimal additions withour Mrs. Phillips asking her to.
Y6
Tillie for representing our school at the Remembrance Day service.
Y6
Tillie for consistently working hard and showing resilience in maths which is now reaping the rewards.
 
Friday 8th November 2013
Y1
Zac for showing determination and trying hard all week despite a broken arm.
Y3
Thomas for increased effort and enthusiasm towards his learning.
Y3
Eloise for increased effort and enthusiasm towards her learning.
Y4
Lily for developing such a mature attitude towards her learning.
Y5
Kaycie for being the first person to use the "Reporting Back Talk Frame" in front of the whole class and setting such a high standard.
 
 

Past Awards:
         
2009/10
2010/11
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
         

 

 

 

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