Pupil of the Month

Published on Friday 25 May 2018 by Crook Primary.

Today we announced our pupils of the month for May 2018.

RR - Harriet Parvin
My pupil of the month goes to Harriet Parvin. This little girl has been an excellent role model in Reception since her very first day of school. Her knowledge and understanding is simply incredible and her thirst for more is outstanding. Harriet is a wonderful person inside and out, and is simply a star pupil in everything that she does. Well done, Harriet!

RS - Tyler Newton
I am delighted to announce Tyler Newton as Pupil of the Month. Tyler is a very charming boy who comes into school with a huge smile on his face everyday. Tyler has been working hard to form his letters and he is able to recall the rhyme as he form a sound. Tyler will be a huge miss in Reception when he goes to Year 1. Well done Tyler :)

1L - Joseph Morante-Closs
Congratulations to Joseph Morante-Closs for being 1L's Pupil of the Month! Joseph is an exceptional pupil who is very hardworking and one of the friendliest children in our class. Joseph has a wonderful imagination and is so creative both in his writing and his artwork. Joseph always tries his very best and sets a good example to many. Thank you for bringing sunshine into the classroom and keep up the hard work.

1M - Lucy Donaldson
1M's Pupil of the Month award goes to Lucy Donaldson. Lucy is always a pleasure to have in the classroom. She is beautifully behaved, has a great sense of humour and always gives 100% Lucy listens well on the carpet and is always one of the first children to be on task. As a result, Lucy has shown great progress throughout the year. Keep it up, Lucy! Well done.

2G - Alfie Rowell
The pupil of the month in 2G goes to Alfie Rowell. Alfie is a quiet and thoughtful member of the class and is extremely hard working and has made incredible progress this year. It has been wonderful to see him grow in confidence and begin to join in with class discussions more. I can always rely on Alfie to follow instructions and complete work to the best of his ability. Well done!

2N - Aaron McKenna
2N’s pupil of the month goes to Aaron McKenna. Aaron is an absolute joy to have in the classroom. He is helpful, kind to others and has shown huge improvements in his work this year. He has shown great determination in improving his presentation skills and his approach to learning is fantastic. Aaron loves to get involved in class discussions and I have loved having him in my class.

3A - Victor Nikolov
Victor is one of those children who could be Pupil of the Month every month as he is always doing the right thing. He is consistently trying to improve and be the best that he can be. He is a friend to everyone in our class and helps others when he can. Well done Victor!

3F - Bethany Tate
May's pupil of the month goes to a very determined young lady. She has worked so hard this month in all aspects of learning. She has especially made a massive improvement in her handwriting. This young lady is so resilient and hardworking. Well done Bethany Tate, I am so proud!

4M - Grace Greenwood
Grace is a valuable member of 4M. It is lovely to see that her confidence and independence is increasing and as a result Grace is participating more and more in lessons and school life. She is polite and helpful and her kind nature shines through when working as a team and helping others. Grace has become more resilient with her work and strives to do her best, having the ambition to push herself with her learning. Keep up the great work and attitude Grace – well done!

4R - Brooke Henry
4R’s pupil of the month is Brooke Henry. Brooke is a wonderful person inside and out and has come to try her best in every situation in year 4. She always looks out for others and shows huge resilience in her work. Great job Brooke!

5G - Charlie Swan
My pupil of the month this month is awarded to Charlie Swan. I am so impressed with how much Charlie has matured this month. He is becoming so independent, and he challenges himself everyday with the work he is set. He is always eager to give everything a go and never complains. His presentation is amazing and he is an absolute pleasure to have in the classroom. Keep making me smile Charlie, you're a superstar!

5O - Megan Watts
My Pupil of the Month is none other than Megan Watts. Megan is a cheerful, friendly and lovely girl who always tries hard in lessons. Megan is a good friend to others and will not hesitate to help out a friend in need. I have been really impressed with Megan’s enthusiasm for lessons, particularly in science, and I know that she will continue toward year 6 with the same positive attitude. Well done Megan!

6L - Ellie Tones
My Pupil of the Month this month is Ellie Tones. She tries her best in all that she does and has shown great resilience this month through lots of unstructured times and changes. Her writing has improved and she has written a great non-chronological report. Well done Ellie, keep up the hard work.

6T - Leonie Patton
6T's pupil of the month is Leonie Patton. She has worked extremely hard in the last month to achieve well in her SATs and is a pleasure to teach. She is resilient, independent and growing in confidence. She is well-mannered and always offers to help others. Keep up the amazing work Leonie!

 


Weekly Awards

Published on Friday 25 May 2018 by Crook Primary.

25 May 2018

Pupil of the Week

RR Fiona Newman
RS Chelsea Hodgson
1L James Cannon
1M Izak Best
All of Year 2
3A Jacey Coleman
3F David Miller
4M Rhianne Longmoor
4R Jamelia Ceesay
5O Albert Lonsdale
5G Harry Burn
6L Alex Pattinson
6T Ellie Ashby

Resilience Awards

R Jack Sproat
1 Mr Robinson
2 All of Year 2
3 Charlie Hawley
4 Harry Ward
5 Abbie Dowsey
6 Jake Slack

Dojo Champ

R Jessica Knighton
1 Max Anderson
2 Megan Pailn
3 Taylor Reed
4 Isla Defty
5 Amy-Rose Robinson
6 Katherine Smith

 


Staff Changes

Published on Thursday 24 May 2018 by Crook Primary.

After half term we are delighted to welcome Miss Herbert who will be joining us from Ludworth Primary for next year to cover Mrs Cleminson's absence. Miss Herbert will be our SENDCO.


Well done to RR Miss Roberts' class for this weeks best class attendance: 100%

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