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Our End of Term Achievement Award goes to ... Alex Suttie. Alex has made tremendous progress in all areas of the curriculum and shows such a fabulous sense of achievement when he grasps a new concept. He beams with enthusiasm and pride - brilliant attitude and effort, Alex.
Dragonfly class could have everyone as their stars this week, after such wonderful performances on Wednesday. Our lead actor Theo, was fantastic, as were all of the stars, shepherds and narrators, however there were two young men who took part this year for the first time and therefore are our 'named' Stars of the Week. Arthur Whiteley took the role of Stage Director and had the task of moving props on and off the stage and George King was Programme Distributer and stood in the doorway greeting the audience politely as he handed out programmes. A huge thank you to both of you and well done for joining in.
Our Star of the Week for week ending 7.12.18 is Alex Suttie. Alex has shown such enthusiasm for all of his learning this week and in particular this morning in Maths. Great attitude and effort, Alex. You're doing really well.
Sophie Emmott is our Star of the Week for week ending 30.11.18. Sophie worked exceptionally hard on her play script today and did incredibly well. Very impressive Sophie.
Star of the Week for week ending 23.11.18 is Tia Pring. Tia always works exceptionally hard and has a wonderfully cheerful attitude towards all aspects of school life. Thank you, Tia, for your lovely bright smile.
Shem Ritchie is Star of the Week for week ending 16.11.18. Shem has worked with determination and resilience this week, even when the tasks have been tricky. Well done, Shem. Keep it up, please.
Dragonflies Star of the Week for week ending 9.11.18 is Agata Dolewska. Agata has worked incredibly hard all term and has a very good growth mindset. She is enthusiastic and cheerful even when tasks are difficult and likes to rise to a challenge. Well done, Agata.
Our Star of the week for week beginning 29.10.18 is Emily Nicholas. Emily has a fabulous attitude towards all aspects of school life; she is enthusiastic, cheerful, positive and always tries her best. Thank you, Emily, for being such a great role model.
Star of the Week for week beginning 15.10.18 is Jessie Batson. Jessie consistently works incredibly hard and shows great growth mindset, trying to think of alternate methods in Maths and selecting the most effective vocabulary in Literacy. You've had a fabulous first half-term, Jessie. Very well done.
Rosie Mahjenta is our Star of the Week for week beginning 8.10.18. Rosie has worked particularly hard this week on her Stone Age story and showed great resilience when she found the planning tricky. Rosie has also been wonderfully cheerful all week, displaying her lovely, bright smile - thank you, Rosie.
Star of the Week for week beginning 1.10.18 is Alfie Smith. Alfie consistently demonstrates tremendous effort and works with true resilience. He has a really wonderful attitude towards all elements of his learning and is determined to make great progress. Fabulous, Alfie. Keep it up!
Star of the Week for wk beg 24.9.18 is Arthur Whiteley. Arthur has tried exceptionally hard to improve his handwriting and as a result, has produced very good work in his Kents Cavern Leaflet. Great effort, Arthur. Well done.
William King is Dragonfly's Star of the Week for week beginning 17.9.18. This week, William has tried particularly hard to work independently and has produced very good pieces of both Maths and Literacy - very well done, William. Be proud of yourself!
Star of the Week for Week Beginning 10.9.18 is Theo Campbell. When we visited Kents Cavern on Wednesday, their behaviour was exemplary and they could all be stars this week - they were all a genuine pleasure to be with and I was immensely proud to be their teacher. All of the children listened intently and showed great enthusiasm for everything we did. However, the staff there were also very impressed with Theo's knowledge of history and his thirst for extra information about the Stone Age. He was a true ambassador for learning, therefore he is our first individual Star. Well done, Theo.
Dragonfly Class are all stars for this first week back. They have all settled into the school routine so quickly and so well and are brimming with excitement about the new year ahead. Thank you, everyone!
Bailey Rowson is Class Three's Star of the Week for week beginning 2.7.18. Bailey was chosen to lead Class Three's presentation to the judges at The Kingfisher Award and did so with enormous enthusiasm and gusto. Thank you, Bailey for leading our class to a very well deserved victory!
Star of the Week for week beginning 25.6.18 is Rowan Tigg. Rowan demonstrates a fabulous attitude towards all aspects of school life and has a brilliant growth mindset when things are challenging. Well done, Rowan.
Rory Harmson is Class Three's Star of the Week for week beginning 18.6.18. In our drama on Pentecost, Rory took the role of Peter and acted in a very sensible manner addressing the crowd - he even included the story of Jesus calming the waters. Well done, Rory - great acting skills.
The entire class are Class Three's Stars this week; they performed the Lucky Seven almost perfectly on Thursday and it's a tricky dance to get right! I was really impressed with their careful counting and footwork, but also thoroughly enjoyed the delight on their faces. We all had great fun. Thank you Class Three.
Dominika Dolewska is Class Three's Star of the Week for week beginning 4.6.18. The whole class thoroughly enjoyed creating their chicken wire/papier mache fish, but Dominika's was particularly successful due to her great growth mindset attitude, showing concentration and resilience in going over the layers repeatedly, making sure they were exactly how she wanted them to be. Well done, Dominika. Brilliant effort and achievement.
Eloisa Smallacombe is Class Three's Star of the Week for week beginning 21.5.18. Eloisa has been very focussed on improving the presentation of her work and has shown determination and resilience to achieve this. Great growth mindset, Eloisa. Well done.
Star of the Week for week beginning 14.5.18 is Bailey Rowson. This week, Bailey has really applied himself to all tasks and as a result, his concentration level and achievement have soared. Great effort, Bailey. Keep it up.
Morgan Hamilton is Class 3's Star of the Week for week beginning 7.5.18. Morgan's art work was amazing, however it took a great deal of resilience and several attempts to perfect his portrait. Brilliant attitude, Morgan.
Class 3's Star of the Week for week beginning 30.4.18 is Yvie Nicholas. Yvie consistently displays a fabulous attitude towards all aspects of school life and from the moment she arrives to when she leaves, has a lovely, cheery grin. You're a pleasure to teach, Yvie.
Madeleine Suttie is Class 3's Star of the Week for week beginning 23.4.18. Madeleine only joined us two weeks ago, but has already shown herself to be an enthusiastic learner with a very positive Growth Mindset. It's lovely to have you with us, Maddie.
Class Three's Certificate of Achievement for the Spring Term, has been awarded to Louisa Salter. Louisa has made significant progress this term, particularly in her attitude and approach to every task she is given. She is always eager to do her very best and is then very proud of her achievements. Very well done, Louisa.
Luca Elisei is Class Three's Star of the Week for week beginning 19.3.18. Luca consistently shows a positive growth mind set and always works as hard as he can. Well done Luca for having such a fabulous attitude towards all aspects of school life.
Louisa Salter is Class Three's Star of the Week for week beginning 12.3.18. Louisa has worked incredibly hard and showed determination and resilience. She is making great progress, particularly in Literacy this week and was very proud of her Assessment Task today. Well done, Louisa.
Class Three's Star of the Week for week beginning 5.3.18 is Oliver French. Oliver writes very thoughtful learning comments and takes time to reflect upon what he finds tricky and why. Well done, Oliver.
This week, Class Three has two Stars of the Week for week beginning 19.2.18!
Our first Star is Ronan Moore. Ronan has shown determination and resilience and made a great effort all week. Well done, Ronan.
Our second Star is Morgan Hamilton. Morgan only joined us on Monday but he has already made many friends and setttled in really well. It's great to have you with us, Morgan. Welcome to Class Three.
Class Three's Star of the Week for week beginning 5.2.18 is Rory Harmson. Throughout the week, Rory has worked hard with superb concentration and effort and has written some fabulous growth mindset learning comments. Very well done, Rory.
Class Three's Star of the Week for week beginning 29.1.18 is Rowan Stannard. We have been looking at particularly tricky fractions in Year 5 and Rowan surpassed all expectations this week when she not only correctly ordered a set of complicated fractions, but went on to convert them into decimals too! Very impressive determination and concentration, Rowan. Well done.
Jude Ritchie is Class Three's Star of the Week for week beginning 22.1.18 for showing extra resilience and determination this week. Although Jude had been away for several days during our preparation, he managed to catch up with our story writing about the rain forest and produce a fabulous story. Well done, Jude.
Daisy Salter is Class Three's Star of the Week for week beginning 15.1.18. Daisy has been 'on fire' all week, contributing imaginative phrases for our story planning and quickly working out answers for word problems in Maths. Great attitude and effort, Daisy. Well done.
Star of the Week for week beginning 8.1.18 is Dominika Dolewska. She has worked hard all week with determination and enthusiasm. Well done, Dominika.
The entire class are our Stars of the Week for week beginning 18.12.17. They have all worked incredibly hard and been enthusiastic, positive and eager even at the end of such a very long term - true resilience. Thank you, Class Three!
Oliver French is Class Three's Star of the Week for week beginning 11.12.17 for his brilliant attitude towards all aspects of his learning and great enthusiasm every single day. Thank you, Oliver.
Star of the Week for week beginning 4.12.17 is Bailey Rowson. This week, Bailey has been determined to improve his concentration in order to achieve the highest standards possible. He has also developed the ability to write thoughtful, detailed learning comments at the end of each piece of work. Brilliant effort, Bailey.
Eloisa is Class 3's Star of the Week for week beginning 27.11.17. Eloisa works incredibly hard and is always enthusiastic, cheerful and full of energy. She is a fabulous role model - well done, Eloisa.
Our Star of the Week for week beginning 20.11.17 is Rowan Stannard. Rowan has worked with great concentration and energy and is now able to use higher level punctuation in her work. Brilliant effort, Rowan.
Jake Patterson is Class Three's Star of the Week for week beginning 13.11.17. Jake has worked particularly hard in Maths and although he found it tricky when we first started, has now flown ahead in our Year 5 work on remainders as fractions and decimals. Great effort, Jake!
Class Three's Star of the Week for week beginning 6.11.17 is Isaac McKeown. Isaac has shown amazing resilience and determination in Literacy this week and is making tremendous progress with his writing as a result. Great effort, Isaac.
Maisy Shipton is Class Three's Star of the Week for week beginning 31.10.17. Even though she was unwell and had to miss two days this week, she showed enthusiasm and determination to find out what we'd been going and worked really hard. Fabulous attitude, Maisy. Thank you.
Star of the Week for week beginning 16.10.17 is Rowan Tigg. Rowan has shown a very determined attitude this week and has worked exceptionally hard, in particular on his Egyptian Adventure story. Well done, Rowan.
Louisa Salter is Class Three's Star of the Week for week beginning 9.10.17. She has shown brilliant growth mindset and made terrific progress in Literacy and Maths. Well done Louisa.
Our Star of the Week for week beginning 2.10.17 is Cameron Gaskell, for resilience and a terrific growth mindset, which resulted in him making tremendous progress in Literacy and Maths
Isaac McKeown is Class 3's Star of the Week for week beginning 25.9.17. He has shown tremendous resilience and determination to do his best even though he has felt unwell. Great attitude Isaac.
Class 3's Star of the Week for week beginning 18.9.17 is Luca Elisei. Luca consistently displays a fabulous attitude towards all aspects of his learning and always tries his very best.
Our Star of the Week, for Week Beginning 11.9.17, is Daisy Salter for her fabulously positive attitude towards all of her learning.
Class 3's Star of the Week for Week Beginning 4.9.17, is Yvie Nicholas for settling in so well, making new friends with confidence and working hard. Well done, Yvie. We're very pleased you've come to join us.
Star of the Term - 21.07.17
JC has been putting in a lot of effort this term. He’s been keen to move up the 99 club and has been trying hard to improve his concentration in lessons. Well done.
14.07.17 - lovely attitude and personality
07.07.17 - determination to finish learning tasks
30.6.17 - focused learning and determination
23.6.17 - super behaviour and concentration
16.6.17 - focused learning and behaviour
9.6.17 - a mature attitude
25.5.16 - modelling perfect behaviour to others
19.5.17 - working exceptionally hard this week