Pupil of the Month
The Pupils of the Month for February are...
RC - Jamelia Ceesay
Jamelia is pupil of the month in RC because she is such a good example to the rest of her class. She shows excellent behaviour and real kindness towards her friends and staff. In addition she has a fantastic attitude to learning and always tries her very hardest in lessons, as a result she is making great progress.
RD - Georgia-Mae Gillan
The pupil of the month in RD is Georgia-Mae Gillan. She is a very quiet little girl who is making very good progress especially in her writing. She gives 100% effort in everything she does and is starting to show her true personality which is lovely. Georgia-Mae is a very good role model to the other children in the class and is a pleasure to teach. She makes me smile everyday!
1R - Abbie Dowsey
Abbie has been chosen for the star of the month for her effort and enthusiasm during lessons. She is trying really hard with her reading and writing. She has shown kindness towards her peers and is always helpful. Well done Abbie!
1T - Katie Newman
Katie has had another good month. She always works hard, has made excellent progress and is always happy! She is kind and considerate to others Well done !
2S - Rishe Sivaguru
For presenting independent research to the class and being a great team member.
2W - Katherine Smith
Katherine Smith has shown a great attitude towards to work, friends and teachers. She is working hard to meet her targets and shows she is willing to improve her work. She is a role model for friendship and ‘getting along’. Well done Katherine!
3C - Mazie Parkin
Our pupil of the month in 3C is Mazie Parkin. Mazie is an absolute pleasure to have in class, her behaviour is excellent and she gives her best at all times, an example to all, well done Mazie you really are a superstar!
3H - Luke Barker
Throughout the month of February, Luke has been an absolute pleasure to have in 3H. He consistently works to the best of his ability, which results in incredible pieces of work. Luke always strives to do his best and can be relied on to have a huge smile on his face, brightening up the class. Well done Luke!
4L - Lucy Hopper
Lucy is a pleasure to have in 4L. Her behaviour is faultless and she is always ready to go and carries out her work to the best of her ability. She gets on very well with all other members of 4L and works extremely well as part of a team. Well done Lucy!
4R - Blake McKenna
Blake McKenna is my Pupil of the Month for February after producing some excellent work and displaying fantastic behaviour. In particular, Blake demonstrated exceptional teamwork skills during our recent Roman temple-building lesson. Well done Blake!
5B - Mathew Ward
Mathew Ward for excellent attitude towards SAT’s; even though nervous, entered into the tests with positivity. Mathew also has had his story ‘Stranded on an Island’ submitted to the BBC Radio Two 500 words competition! Well done, Mathew!
5P - Hayden Nelson
Hayden is consistently impressing me with his positive and hardworking attitude towards all aspects of school life. He has really impressed me with his creative ideas and drawings during topic and in his homework. Most of all, Hayden is a great friend to all and always strives to succeed! What a star!
6B - Sian Dunn
Sian is a Year 6 SUPERSTAR. She tries hard in all lessons, is polite and well-mannered at all times, is very helpful to staff and children and makes my day with her smile! Well done Sian.
6S - Jack Holliday
Jack has had a complete turnaround at the start of the term. His attitude towards learning has become increasingly positive and is dedicated towards succeeding in all areas of learning which has continued to boost his level. Great work jack! Please keep this up as you truly deserve the level you want.
The Mdawi Torch
Since the last time, the torch visited the classrooms at Mdawi, the School Board has met and considered the suggestions of the children.
• It has been agreed to give cabbage and small fish twice a week in addition to the usual school dinner.
• Girls will not be allowed to plait their hair.
Visit of the Torch to the Classrooms in February 2014 and the record of children’s suggestions.
The children of Mdawi would like their school improved in the following ways:-
• To have a sports uniform
• To use the netball and sports pitches correctly (During Mrs Lupton and Miss Bryson’s visit, the netball hoop was mended and a volleyball net purchased.)
• To have a sports day every Friday
• To have shutters on classroom windows to protect children from the rain.
• To improve use of ICT room and to ensure that the ICT teacher has the skills to teach the children.
• To improve the toilets.
Mrs Lupton and Miss Bryson told the children how children did not wear school uniform on their birthday to make them feel special. This idea had come from Southpoint School in India. The Mdawi children loved this idea and it was implemented straight away.