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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 22nd May 2015
Y1
Emily for showing excellent determination to produce a good quality piece of writing about meeting an alien.
Y3
Lily for showing a very positive attitude.
Y4
Valentina for an outstanding interpretation of Vincent Van Gogh's "Bedroom in Arles".
Y4
Jennifer for showing resilience and determination when trying to reach her target in the Wyton Marathon.
Y5
Daniel for having the courage to speak clearly and honestly about his learning following a reading inference lesson.
Y5
Annalise for having the courage to speak clearly and honestly about her learning following a reading inference lesson.
 
Friday 15th May 2015
Rec
Frankie for always using his exceptional meercat manners.
Y1
Nathan for excellent readiness to learn and improved contributions to class discussions.
Y3
Britney for being consistently supportive of other members of the class.
Y4
Jacob for his excellent contributions to our class discussions during fraction lessons.
Y6
Kia-May for showing great resilience and responsibility in settling into her new school.
 
Friday 8th May 2015
Rec
Angel for amazing work on halving and doubling.
Y1
Polly for being thoughtful and considerate towards others.
Y3
Roddi for his impressive role play as a wealthy Roman during our trip to Verulamium.
Y4
Bradley for enthusiasm and exceptional behaviour during our school trip to Verulamium.
Y5
Leila for demonstrating resourcefulness and reciprocity when working out how to draw a large circle accurately in order to represent the Sun on paper.
Y5
Annalise for demonstrating resourcefulness and reciprocity when working out how to draw a large circle accurately in order to represent the Sun on paper.
Y6
Molly for being a good reading mentor with a younger child.
Y6
Chenille for being a good reading mentor with a younger child.
Y6
Katie for being a good reading mentor with a younger child.
 
Friday 1st May 2015
Y1
Daniel for trying his best to listen attentively and as a result producing amazing work.
Y2
Daisy for making a determined effort to improve her handwriting which is so much better now.
Y3
Dylan for his reflective approach to his pupil mentoring meeting.
Y4
Beth for showing a caring attitude towards her peer's learning.
Y5
Josh for securing knowledge of equivalent fractions by visualising and drawing them using the knowledge to add, subtract and simplify.
Y5
Daniel for securing knowledge of equivalent fractions by visualising and drawing them using the knowledge to add, subtract and simplify.
Y6
for their outstanding performance as sports leaders.
 
Friday 24th April 2015
Y1
Reese for excellent use of vocabulary when speaking and writing in science.
Y2
Sam for showing curiosity and sharing reflective thinking when learning about Sikhism.
Y2
Bethany for showing curiosity and sharing reflective thinking when learning about Sikhism.
Y2
Kara for showing curiosity and sharing reflective thinking when learning about Sikhism.
Y2
Jake for showing curiosity and sharing reflective thinking when learning about Sikhism.
Y2
Zac for showing curiosity and sharing reflective thinking when learning about Sikhism.
Y2
Alfie for showing curiosity and sharing reflective thinking when learning about Sikhism.
Y3
Ashley for showing great leadership creating a presentation with her group.
Y4
Brandon for showing reciprocity and being a good team member during PE.
Y5
Kassi for demonstrating reciprocity when working in a group to explore and understand equivalent fractions.
Y5
Lissie for demonstrating reciprocity when working in a group to explore and understand equivalent fractions.
 
Friday 17th April 2015
Y1
Casey-May for confident and clear speaking and listening as well as being a fantastic role model for her peers.
Y2
Sam for working really hard and making great all round progress.
Y3
Gaige for continued resilience and determination in his learning.
Y4
Andy for always contributing to class discussions and not being afraid to give a good attempt during challenges.
Y5
Ethan for being able to change closed questions into open questions making him an even more effective reading detective.
Y6
Cayla for structuring her discussion text so carefully.
 
 

 
Past Awards:
         
2009/10
2010/11
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
2014/15
   
             
 
   
 
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