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20 October 2017
Pupil of the Week
RR Isabella Hanley
RS Isabella Kerwick
1L Saphira Johnson
1M Maddison Cavagin
2G Lily Paige Hutchinson
2N Beth Hobbs
3A Billy Pears
3F Jamie -May Patton
4M Toby Chillingworth
4R Sophie Fowler
5O Joe Morris
5G Samuel Gent
6L Georgia Harrison
6B Ella Crosby
6T Lily Booth
1 Brodie Lambert Cousins
2 Blake Bestford
3 Harry Todd
4 Stephen Chapman
5 Katie Bowron
6 Jake Slack
R Isabella Kerwick
1 Lacey-May Lally
2 Jake and Rosie Beth
3 Kelsey Beasley
4 Jamelia Ceesay
5 Abbie Dowsey
6 Georgia Harrison
Today we announced our pupils of the month for October 2017.
RR - Harrison Pollock
The pupil of the month in RR goes to the wonderful Harrison Pollock. This kind little boy has a heart of gold and a wealth of knowledge that brings curiosity and amazement to our class. Harrison is a very caring friend as well as an independent leader. He can be relied upon to find jobs to do and help when friends or staff may need him to. A fantastic month, Harrison!
RS - Tyler Newton
Pupil of the month is Tyler Newton. Tyler has shown a huge improvement in understanding the school environment and is now sitting on the carpet and participating. Tyler thoroughly enjoys being part of the class and is loved by all of the children.
1L - Jayden Dunn
Congratulations to Jayden Dunn who is 1L’s Pupil of the Month. Jayden always gives 100% and only aims to please. He is lovely, kind natured and always smiling; Year 1 would not be the same without him. His determination in every lesson to improve and succeed is admirable. Well done Jayden and keep the smiles coming!
1M - Matthew Watts
1M's Pupil of the Month award goes to Matthew Watts. Matthew is an incredibly intelligent young man who aims to please in everything he does! He is resilient and will always give 100%! Matthew is impeccably behaved and always sets a good example to others! Well done Matthew!
2G - Maya Hope
The Pupil of the Month in 2G goes to the wonderful Maya Hope. She excels in all she does, gives maximum effort and has already made huge progress this year. Maya is a kind-natured girl with impeccable manners. She is a delight to have in the classroom and I can always depend on her to have her hand up. Well done Maya, keep it up!
2N - Ella Turner
October’s pupil of the month goes to Ella Turner. Ella is a popular and enthusiastic member of 2N. She loves to take part in class discussions and she sets an excellent example to the rest of her classmates. She is a responsible and conscientious learner and always tries her best to improve her work. Congratulations Ella on a fantastic start to Year 2.
3A - Summer Thompson
Summer is a girl who just lights up any room that she walks in to. She tries her hardest at everything she does and this rubs off on her peers. Summer is really independent and if she sees that something needs doing then she just does it. She gets on with everyone in our year group and if someone is having a difficult time then Summer is the first there to help. Summer has been amazing so far in Year 3 and I’m sure this will continue throughout the year.
3F - Kelsey Beasley
This young lady brightens up my day! She always comes into school with a HUGE smile on her face. Not only is she one of the happiest members of 3F she is also a model student. Kelsey always has her hand up to answer questions, she is always prepared to learn and her work is of an exceptionally high standard. I am so proud to say Kelsey Beasley is my Pupil of the month!
4M - Sarah Frost
Sarah is a true asset to 4M. She sets a fantastic example to her peers and tries her very best in everything she does. Sarah is an independent learner and often pushes herself above and beyond expectations. Not only is Sarah hardworking, she is caring and helpful as well as polite and respectful. Sarah has made a fabulous start in Year 4. Well done Sarah – keep up the hard work and effort you have already displayed.
4R - Logan Heslop
4R's Pupil of the Month goes to Logan Heslop. Logan gives 100% to everything he does, taking responsibility for his own learning and challenging himself at every opportunity. He has already come so far in Year 4 across all of our subjects and will continue to do so with his positive attitude, resilience and determination. Well done Logan!
5G - Ella Lowes
Pupil of the month in 5G is awarded to Ella Lowes. Ella is a very sensible, mature and hard working girl. She is always willing to help around the classroom and is a great role model. Ella has stepped up to the challenge of Year 5 and is always looking for ways to improve her work. Her presentation is perfect! Keep working hard Ella, you're a superstar!
5O - Katie Newman
My Pupil of the Month is a wonderful and hardworking pupil, Katie Newman. This well-mannered and polite young girl always strives to do her best in everything she does and tries hard with every challenge that I give her. Her handwriting is so beautiful, it almost looks like a computer font! Her books are truly a pleasure to behold. Keep up the hard work Katie!
6B - Ellie Fowler
Ellie is our pupil of the month in 6B because of her positive attitude towards school life. Ellie works hard in her lessons and is always keen to learn. Ellie is always willing to help and is a kind and considerate member of our class who looks out for others. Ellie can always be trusted to set an excellent example of behaviour and attitude to her peers. Well done Ellie!
6L - Emily McLean
This month my Pupil of the Month goes to Emily McLean. Emily has such a warm heart and kind soul. She always puts 100% effort into anything she does and produces beautiful work to the highest standard. She sets such a good example to others and is a pleasure to teach. Well done Emily.
6T - Ellie Ashby
6T's star of the month is Ellie Ashby. She shows great resilience in every lesson and confidently offers her opinions. She always tries to achieve her very best in every lesson. You are a star Ellie! Keep shining!
In the final week of this half term the children will be immersing themselves in the world of poetry. They will learning by heart an autumn themed poem as well as perhaps creating their own autumn inspired poems.
We would like to invite you into school to celebrate their work by listening to a performance of their class poem and to see some of the wonderful work they will have created.
The performances will be at the following times:
Year 1 Thursday 19th October 9am
Year 2 Thursday 19th October 9.45am
Year 3 and 4 Friday 20th October 9am
Year 5 and 6 Friday 20th October 9.45am
We look forward to seeing you there.
Well done to 6L Miss Lee's class for this weeks best class attendance: 100%