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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.
Friday 31st March 2017
Declan for his amazing writing.
Leah for showing resilience and determination to improve her writing and apply her phonics.
Frankie for a great improvement in his spelling accuracy.
Y3 Aubrey for being a great helper during the KS1 Peterborough trip.
Y4 Poppy for fantastic spellings and times tables.
Y4 Joe for fantastic spellings and times tables.
Y5 Billy for improved resilience in all his work.
Y6 Katie for stepping up as a Y6 and being really helpful around the school.
Monday 13th March 2017
Oliver for super writing about the Gruffalo.
Aurora for trying her hardest in phonics and to improve her writing.
Sam for trying really hard to extend his writing.
Y3 Emily for writing an excellent science recount.
Y5 Natasha for resilience in working hard to understand how to order fractions.
Y6 Chloe for showing extreme resilience and responsibility in her maths homework.
Friday 3rd March 2017
Poppy for being very kind to a new girl in the class.
Boyd for slowing down his writing and thinking carefully about his spelling and handwriting.
Michael for trying his best in phonics to improve his reading and writing.
Y3 Clara for taking an even more determined approach to her learning and as a result making really good progress.
Y4 Jacob for deep reflective thinking and application throughout art week.
Y4 Lily-Rose for fantastic spelling using the apostrophe.
Y4 Iwan for fantastic spelling using the apostrophe.
Y4 Ayden for fantastic spelling using the apostrophe.
Y6 Megan for working effectively and consistently in all Early Bird sessions.
Y6 Megan for a consistently positive attitude towars her learning and showing great resilience.
Y6 Thomas for showing resilience when faced with problems in maths.
Friday 24th February 2017
Archie for showing a super attiude to his learning.
Ayden for showing enthusiasm and motivation in his learning even when challenged.
Sophie for using some excellent verb chocies in her sound poem.
Y3 for their positive attitude to running the mile challenge.
Y4 Theo for a fantastic effort in his maths work this term.
Y4 for their teamwork when preparing playtime activities.
Y5 Ashley for doing a fantastic job as class librarian.
Y5 Rayne for doing a fantastic job as class librarian.
Y6 Thomas for showing a super attitude to his learning.

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