Learners of the Week ending 7th December
Year 5 missed 30th Nov picture so this picture includes
Hazel - It has been lovely throughout the Autumn term to see Hezel's confidence grow. She now raises her hand, and joins in with class discussions on a regular basis. Her bubbly personality is developing and being seen by others. Well done.
Olivia - Olivia could be a pupil of the week every week. She has such a positive, hard working approach to her studies and always tries her best. Well done Olivia, you should be very proud of yourself.
Annabelle - for her positive attitude at all times.
Perran - For being so mature and flexible in joining in with seasonal activities where necessary.
Liam B - Liam has been taking more responsibility with his learning this week and has clearly been working hard on his tables at home. He passed his 2, 5 and 10 x tables yesterday and we are proud that he has been putting in extra work at home to achieve this- well done!
Lottie F - Lottie is the sort of child that could be Pupil of the Week every week- she is conscientious, kind and a great role model in the class. In Literacy, Lottie has been working very hard on her winter poem and has created some lovely imagery for the reader. She has achieved this by independently using a thesaurus and continuously purple polishing her writing. Keep it up!
Charlie Hart - Mrs Clargo and I could not be more proud of Charlie this week. In the past Charlie has been very reluctant to join in with any singing and dancing activities and does not like performing in front of other people. This week however, Charlie has started to embrace this challenge. We had a VE celebration day in our classroom, at which Charlie danced the Lindy Bop with his partner and joined in our singing too. It was so lovely to see him taking part and enjoying it. I look forward to seeing the same enthusiasm at the church next week.
Charlotte - Charlotte came in to school this week with her cornet to perform a selection of songs this week. Last year, Mrs Eddy was very keen to hear her play but Charlotte did not feel brave enough to perform in front of the class. This week, she cracked it and was fabulous too!! We really enjoyed listening to her and it was clear to see her confidence had blossomed and her dedication to her music is really paying off. Well done Charlotte.
Ollie T and Issy are my learners of the week for consistently showing joyfulness in everything they do. Their beaming smiles brighten up a dull day. Than you Ollie and Issy!
Matthew showed a great attitude to his learning making insightful comments in our science lessons this week. Thank you for polishing your virtue of excellence.
Imogen for practising her courage by taking on a speaking part in our festive performance.