Learners of the Week ending 1st November
1st November 2019
Jayden - For a wonderful attitude towards your classwork. When in class you are focused and really hardworking. Please now apply this diligence to your games lessons and you'll be a superstar!!!
Lily May - for trying really hard in class to share your thoughts and ideas, well done.
Maya - For showing great concentration when writing for extended periods of time, well done.
Isobel K - working really hard this week and using a positive metal attitude towards her learning. Isobel has been smiling through all challenging work and has been very mature in taking on the responsibility of wearing her new glasses.
Layla has worked really hard this week and in particular has taken on the challenge of learning a poem off by heart. Layla has showed real determination and perseverance.
Imogen - for showing the virtue of independence in her maths work this week. Imogen has been trying really hard to work more independently and worked successfully at practically regrouping during our maths lesson yesterday and was able to explain this to the class during our plenary. We hope this determination continues to develop and grow in all aspects of your learning. Well done.
Sebastian R - for his ethusiasm and determination with his reading. Sebastian has been practising lots at home and has been really keen to read in school. This has had a big impact on his confidence and he is making great progress. Fantastic work Sebastian, keep it up!
Eli for his dedication to reading at home.
Ava, Aiva, Amelia, Ashley, Jack P and Joshua for taking part in the KS1 multi-skills festival at Penryn College on Thursday morning.
Ella is LotW for her resilience this week. I’ve been so impressed during our Maths lessons, even though they’ve been tricky, she hasn’t given up and believes anything is possible if she tries. Well done Ella!
George is LotW for his commitment to his learning. He tries his best at all times and is a pleasure ot have in our class. Well done George!
Daisy is LotW for her determination to succeed. She wrote an amazing story this week and has produced some fabulous maths work. Well done Daisy, keep it up!