Jack Johnson -For trying his best with his handwriting.
Tiana Gladwell - For having creative and imaginative ideas.
Harriet Croom – For being a helpful and positive member of the class.
Amelie James – For having creative ideas in the outdoor area.
Phoebe Twin – For working hard on her phonics at home.
Olivia Twin – For working hard on her phonics at home.
Shae wells -For being enthusiastic when learning about Mary Anning and dinosaurs.
Teddy Tucker – For trying hard with his writing in phonics.
Tommy-Lee Clegg – For always being eager to share his learning with the class.
Harriet Croom – For trying her best to learn all of the ‘special friend’ sounds in phonics.
Shae Wells – For using junk modelling materials to create a fantastic space shuttle.
Finley Magner-For always having imaginative and creative construction ideas.
Olivia Twin - For being a kind and caring towards her classmates.
Emily Johnson - For working so hard on writing sentences.
Amelie James – For having creative and imaginative ideas.
Summer Dallison – For working hard with phonics and writing.
Luca Armstrong – for excellent effort with his reading and writing.
Angelina Lee – For correctly counting amounts and matching them to the correct numeral.
Emily Johnson –For her enthusiasm and effort with reading and writing.
Jay Newman – For always being a polite, caring and kind member of the class.
Noemi Toth – For an excellent understanding of repeating patterns.
Tiana Gladwell -For excellent listening and concentration during carpet time.
Jack Johnson – For trying hard with his writing in phonics.
Mollie Harwood - For singing some beautiful songs this week.
Murphy Adkins - For having a fantastic first week at Noak Bridge, well done!
Alfie Golding - For some fantastic focus and engagement this week.
Teddy Tucker - For always being eager to share his knowledge with the class.
Hector Clark - For learning and remembering new sounds in phonics.
Robin Gibson - For creating interesting and detailed models using different construction resources.
Isla O'Brien - For fantastic listening when learning on the carpet.
Lennon Levitt - For independently telling me the whole story of 'The Stickman' with lots if detail!
Harry Garrett - For fantastic effort with his writing.
Arthur Smith - For a great effort this last week in coming into school in the mornings on time ready for the day.
Lennon Levitt - For great enthusiasm with learning our nativity songs.
Millie Morris (kind) - For always showing kindness to others.
George Stephens - For his enthusiasm constructing boats in our creative area.
Ollie Minall - For making a fantastic animal book.
Summer Dallison (honest) - For always telling the truth and telling adults if something gets broken or damaged.
Eva Batth - For practising writing letters and words independently.
Piper Collins - For impressing with her fantastic knowledge about different materials.
George Stephens (healthy) - For understanding that it is important to drink lots of water during the day.
Charlie Probert - For joining in with class discussions and learning a lot about Diwali.
Phoebe Twin - For her amazing hula hooping.
Finley Magner (creative) - For joining in more with art activities in class and creating fantastic collage, printing and sculpture!
Oliver Rothery – For an excellent attitude and work ethic during assessments.
Scott White – For sharing his ideas and talking more in short phrases.
(Positive) Joshua Binning – For a positive attitude to learning and helping others.
Eli Armstrong – For using an atlas to accurately label countries on a world map.
Jacob Durrant – For working hard to improve his handwriting and remember finger spaces.
(Kind) Chase Wells – For sharing his special toys with a friend.
Bobbi Bewley – For always working hard and producing neat and careful work.
Alma Andre-Prince – For writing interesting sentences to compare similarities and differences for a non-fiction text.
(Honest) Evelyn Salmon – Evelyn can always be relied on to tell the truth.
Ndudim Nnochiri – For being an animated weather forecaster within Geography.
Tommee Davies – For a lovely drawing of a Hindu nature God.
(Creative) Oliver Rothery – For a neat, well drawn and creative smoothie carton design.
Teddy Whiteman – For always settling to work quickly and working hard.
Amelia Mayell – For applying her phonic knowledge to writing in History.
Theo Bailey – For a detailed super hero story plan.
Olivia Hamm – For asking excellent questions about the 1940s.
(Effective Communicator) Lola Greenway – For being more confident to articulate her feelings.
Erin Fuller – For excellent use of mathematical vocabulary linked to sharing and grouping.
Leo Troop - For excellent perseverance within team games in PE.
(Respectful) Noah Said – For always following our class rules and having good manners.
Jessie Hones – For creating and drawing an interesting and detailed superhero.
Amelie Jones – For working hard and becoming more independent.
(Effective Communicator) Beauie Atkins – She waits for an appropriate time to talk, listens carefully and is an advocate for peers.
Cleo Langham – For working hard in all lessons and trying hard to improve her handwriting.
Nancy day – For working hard to improve the presentation of her work.
Kiara Hudson (Respectful) – For always demonstrating respectful behaviours around school and being a good role model.
Archie Barnes – for always using lovely manners.
Elijah Armstrong – For always working hard and trying his best.
Bonni Crudgington (Positive) – For always having a positive attitude to learning and working hard to improve her work.
Ndudim Nnochiri – For making a neat and stable chair in DT that met the design criteria.
Jessie Hones - For asking interesting questions about owls.
Alex Salmon (kind) – For asking friends to join in his game.
Oliver Rothery – For a good understanding of reading comprehension questions.
Noah Said – For trying new fruits within Design & Technology.
Nancy Day – For working hard to improve her handwriting and the presentation of her work.
Mia Fleming - For resolving an issue with peers independently.
Alma Andre-Prince (healthy) – For keeping active during our PE lessons and demonstrating good techniques for throwing, catching and rolling.
Kiara Hudson - For accurate measuring within maths and solving measuring problems independently.
Teddy Whiteman - For working hard in computing and typing quickly, he wrote a lot of information for his Scientist fact file.
Archie Barnes (creative) - For a great drawing of his ‘safe place’ in PSHE.
Erin Fuller – For a great improvement in her learning behaviours, effort within her work and her handwriting.
Theo Bailey – For writing instructions with a ‘bossy’ verb and his enthusiasm in phonics lessons.
Hazel Hill (effective communicator) – For always speaking clearly, with confidence and expression when appropriate. Hazel is a great performer!
Amelie Jones - For a big improvement in the effort she puts into her work and for working more independently.
Ndudim Nnochiri - For being so proud and confident to talk about his beliefs, opinions and heritage.
Lola Greenway (respectful) - For always showing respect for staff, peers and school property.
Amelia Mayell - For a big improvement in the effort she puts into her work and for working more independently.
Mason DeCanha - For excellent drawing and animation in his 'counting' e-book.
Joshua Binning (positive) - For always having a positive attitude to learning.
Jacob Durrant - For excellent work in Maths based on related facts.
Tommee Davies - For improved effort within phonics.
Leo Troop (kind) - For helping his friend to look after his belongings every day.
Eli Armstrong - For writing a detailed story about 'The Enormous Carrot'.
Chase Wells - For working hard with his friends in class.
Bonni Crudgington (honest) - For always being honest, she can be relied on to tell the truth.
Mia Fleming - For independently writing sentences that were correctly punctuated.
Joshua Binning - For reading 'story green words' one per second!
Olivia Hamm (healthy) - For using her core strength to hold a difficult balance in PE.
Lola Greenway - For always being ready to learn and working hard.
Scott White - For completing more learning tasks and participating during cooking.
Beauie Atkins (creative) - For using the paint program within Purple Mash with control and having a unique / creative design.
Scott White - For showing resilience when completing his table tasks.
Hazel Hill - For always being enthusiastic in our learning.
Mason DeCanha (respectful) - For ensuring that his table area is always kept tidy.
Jessie Hones - For independently using her mathematical knowledge in a lesson on number bonds.
Leo Troop - For working hard in phonics, trying his best when sounding out an unfamiliar word.
Ndudim Nnochiri (positive) - For always coming into school with a positive attitude.
Theo Bailey - For understanding greater than and less than in Maths.
Erin Fuller - For participating in classroom discussions. Erin has enjoyed sharing her ideas.
Amelie Jones (kind) - For always saying kind things about others.
Chase Wells - For working hard with Miss Walker and painting a fantastic picture.
Beauie Atkins - For being confident enough to solve subtraction equations on a number line independently!
Archie Barnes (honest) - For being honest and asking for help when he found something tricky.
Bobbi Bewley - For working hard in our Maths lessons on subtraction.
Teddy Whiteman - For impressing me with his reading this week!
Noah Said (healthy) - For trying different fruits in snack time.
Alex Salmon - For a great description of the changes that happen in Autumn.
Tommee Davies - For a great effort in Maths using addition to create a number bond.
Cleo Langham (effective communicator) - For giving a clear explanation of what an adjective is.
Amelia Mayell - For great use of rhyming words when writing a poem.
Jacob Durrant - For a great understanding of number bonds to 10.
Alma Andre-Prince (respectful) - For always being polite and respectful to others.
Elijah Armstrong - For showing a great understanding of using the part / whole method in Maths.
Bonni Crudgington - For a great story sequence of the Gingerbread Man.
Nancy Day (positive) - For her positive attitude and fantastic effort in all lessons.
Joshua Binning - For excellent work within English and writing rhyming sentences.
Evelyn Salmon (kind) - For always being kind to everyone and always willing to help others.
Kiara Hudson - For putting a lot of effort and care into her artwork and creating a wonderful picture using the 'pointillism' style / technique.
Oliver Rothery - For using interesting vocabulary when writing sentences about Autumn.
Mia Fleming (honest) - For asking for help when she needs it and developing the confidence to show her learning by fixing errors.
Evelyn Salmon - For always being ready to learn, kind and helpful.
Olivia Hamm - For being a fantastic role model in class, she is our 'mini teacher'.
Elijah Armstrong (healthy) - For having an active lifestyle, he is always at the skate park!
Cleo Langham - For a fantastic attitude on her return to school and showing she is ready to learn.
Alex Salmon - For excellent effort within English lessons and independently writing clear sentences.
Bobbi Bewley (creative) - For an excellent self-portrait and colourful collage.
Ela Milbank – for great contributions to our ICT lessons.
Ronnie Shea – for working hard to apply techniques when jumping with height in PE.
(Respectful) Elizabeth Payne – for always listening to her peers ideas and opinions with respect.
Sophia Booth & Naisha Patel – for working together to create a funny and descriptive quatrain poem.
Erin Bowen – for a funny and witty quatrain poem.
(Positive) Layla O’Brien - for a fantastic improvement in her attitude towards school and work.
ELizabeth Payne – for a fantastic clay hammerhead.
George Smith – for creating an exciting and enthusiastic advert for Swanage.
(Kind) Jimmy Watts – for regularly complimenting and encouraging his peers.
Naisha Patel – for being extra helpful around the classroom without being asked.
Jimmy Watts – for coming into school with a bright hello a lovely smile every morning!
(Healthy) Denny Atkins – for being willing to try new fruits and vegetables.
Jude Magner – for always being willing to ‘have a go’ and try his best.
Scarlett Hyde – for a great effort in our PE lessons.
(Creative) Taylor Smith – for great imagination when creating a portrait in the style of Picasso.
Layla O’Brien - For a descriptive story beginning and middle.
Peter Daft – For descriptive story beginning and middle.
(Effective Communicator) Jessie Greenway – for being able to explain her method in Maths lessons.
Lenny Harris – for a fantastic improvement in his attitude to learning, especially writing.
Isabella Fraser – for a great improvement in her confidence to solve addition and subtraction problems.
Freddie Christopher (positive) – for being an enthusiastic and eager learner.
Denny Atkins – for a concerted effort to improve his handwriting.
Sophia Booth – for a positive improvement in the amount of work she produces
Ronnie Shea (kind) – for being a friendly and kind member of the class.
Alexander Spicer – for an amazing improvement in his writing.
Paisley Judd – for an amazing improvement in her writing.
Isabella Fraser (honest) – for being willing to ask for her when she needs it.
Willow Worboyes – For showing a great understanding of fractions.
Will Richardson – For a real improvement in his handwriting.
Poppy Morris (healthy) – For being willing to try new fruit and vegetables in our DT lesson.
Freddie Christopher – For working hard to improve his behaviour in school.
Layla O’Brien - For excellent comparisons in history lessons.
Will Richardson (creative) – For always adding detail into his drawings.
Juno Stokes - For a captivating news report on the Great Fire of London.
Taylor Smith - For an informative and detailed fact leaflet about China.
Lenny Harris (effective communicator) - For being able to explain clearly how he is feeling.
George Smith - For a fantastic descriptive chapter opening.
Konrad Jarosz - For always completing the extra challenge when doing homework.
Peter Daft (respectful) - For always using excellent manners.
Naisha Patel - For writing a detailed setting description about the Great Fire of London.
Avleen Batth - For being more willing to contribute ideas in lessons.
Jude Magner (positive) - For having a positive 'can do' attitude towards all learning.
Ela Milbank - For setting a good example to the class by being ready to listen and work.
Elizabeth Payne - For fantastic use of expanded noun phrases when writing a character description.
Daisy Brown (kind) - For ALWAYS being kind to her peers and adults.
Daisy Brown - For always enthusiastically joining in with lessons.
Jessie Greenway - For working hard to ensure she finishes her work.
Denny Atkins (honest) - For being more willing to ask for help when he needs it.
Isabella Fraser - For showing a great understanding using column method in Maths.
Juno Stokes - For learning all her lines in the Nativity and delivering them in role.
Erin Bowen (effective communicator) - For creating a comical character in our Nativity.
Isabelle Fraser - For adding expression and character into our nativity practice.
Emily Jones - For persevering until she understood how to use the column method to add.
Jessie Greenway (respectful) - For using good manners in the classroom.
Layla O'Brien - For always trying her best and persevering, even if she finds a task difficult.
Elizabeth Payne - For challenging herself to have a part in the Nativity, even though she finds it a bit scary!
Daisy Brown (positive) - For having a smile for everyone she sees.
Poppy Morris - For applying methods taught when solving Maths problems.
Taylor Smith - For being an enthusiastic and keen learner, regularly contributing to our lessons.
Naisha Patel & Avleen Batth (kind) - For teaching and sharing about Diwali with the class.
Will Richardson - For sharing his stick insects with the class and teaching us how to care for them.
Ronnie Shea - For being curious and asking questions to extend his learning.
Avleen Batth (creative) - For creating a lovely snowflake print.
Konrad Jarosz - For persevering through areas in Maths he found a little tricky.
Alexander Spicer - For being the last remaining 'bunny' in our PE game and avoiding capture by using space well.
George Smith (effective communicator) - For always clearly and concisely explaining his understanding.
Scarlett Hyde - For putting an amazing amount of effort into her homework each week.
Paisley Judd - For a good understanding of tens and ones in a place value chart.
Naisha Patel (respectful) - For always being polite and kind to everyone she encounters.
Sophia Booth - For a great understanding of exchanging in place value.
Edward Cole - For an accurate and exciting description of Paddington.
Scarlett Hyde (positive) - For always being willing to give things a go.
Joey Healy - For using original and exciting adjectives when writing.
Jude Magner - For regularly contributing his ideas to all lessons.
Juno Stokes (kind) - For helping out around the classroom without being asked.
Peter Daft - For taking such care during handwriting practise.
Denny Atkins - For ALWAYS being ready to learn.
Willow Worboyes (honest) - For being willing to ask for help when she needs it.
Lenny Harris - For great explanations of good choices and bad choices in our PSHE lessons.
Erin Bowen - For fantastic effort during our Maths lessons.
Ela Milbank (healthy) - For willingly trying a new healthy snack.
Grace Saich – For being an excellent role model during our gymnastics lessons.
Sanaya Ahmed – For outstanding listening skills during Geography and remembering what the Amazon Rainforest is most known for.
(Respectful) Lottie Anderson – for always being willing to help others.
Amy Parfitt – For the exceptional execution of a playscript by reading with such expression.
Emily Beaney – For always having such a positive attitude towards her work and peers whilst always having a bright smile on her face.
(Positive) Sophia Walsh – For making a positive contribution to the class by helping out wherever possible.
Mollie Curtis – For excellent commitment to Times Table Rockstars.
Jamie Langham – For positive contribution to class discussions.
(Honest) Connie Okamback – For asking for help when needed.
Amelia-May Watson – For using her imagination and adjectives to write a detailed character description.
Milena Furculita – For exceptional work on equivalent fractions.
Phoenix Daft – For always showing exceptional behaviour both in and out of the classroom.
(Creative) Phoebe Watt – For being creative and using extended noun phrases when writing a setting description.
Arthur Hewitt – For working to a high standard and contributing well in Maths.
(Effective Communicator) Teddy Day - For remaining confident and communicating when he needed help.
Logan Cannon – For being enthusiastic and trying his best.
Casper Donn – For being enthusiastic toward his English work.
Leo Crudington (Respectful) – For always being respectful to all
Phoebe Watt – For reading with such confidence and expression to the class.
Luella Woodroof – For going above and beyond when learning about fractions.
Mollie Curtis (Positive) – For remaining positive when things are a little difficult.
Lottie Anderson – for having the courage to go outside of her comfort zone.
Joey Probert – for working exceptionally hard to catch up with any work.
Amie Skipp (Respectful) - for being respectful and listening whilst others are speaking.
Teddy Day – For being thoughtful and kind and offering to help others.
Sophia Walsh – for being a role model when in the classroom.
Paula Sestauskaite (Positive) – for consistently having a positive attitude in the classroom
Fern Gibson – For working exceptionally hard during assessment week.
Amelia-May Watson – For working exceptionally hard during assessment week.
Jamie Langham - For being kind and helping someone in need.
Connie Okamback – For excellent handwriting in her writing book.
Sanaya Ahmed – For thinking about what to say before answering a question.
George Harwood (Effective Communicator) - For speaking up when worried.
Arthur Hewitt – For remaining on task and helping others when feeling less confident.
Joey Probert – For working independently and contributing to class discussion.
Mollie Curtis (Healthy) - For bringing fruit in every day as a snack.
Luella Woodroof - For working exceptionally hard with her reading.
Heidi Maskell - For taking the initiative during half term to widen her knowledge of WW2 by visiting the Imperial War Museum.
Phoebe Watt (creative) - For sharing her amazing construction skills through a Disney Encanto build.
William Marshall - For showing a particular interest in WW2 and suggesting several relevant reads for the class.
Louie Jiggins - For beautiful handwriting which is executed consistently in all subjects.
Fern Gibson (effective communicator) - For being responsible for her own medical needs and communicating with an adult when necessary.
Luella Woodroof - For her persistence in Maths when learning short multiplication.
Amy Parfitt - For great use of expression when reading and projecting her voice to the rest of the class.
Amelia-May Watson (kind) - For always looking out for others.
Jorgie Fraser - For working exceptionally hard in Maths by mastering multiplication using the column technique.
Casper Donn - For his contribution in both English and History by showing a clear interest in WW2.
Lottie Anderson (Honest) For asking for ehlp when she needs it whilst continuing to have a positive attitude towards her work.
Pheonix Daft - For accurately reading a text and answering questions about it.
Sanaya Ahmed - For accurately editing her work.
Jorgie-Rose Fraser (creative) - For going home and making her own PowerPoint.
Jorgie Fraser - For providing in-depth answers to her challenge questions.
Heidi Maskell - For working hard to correct errors in her work.
Luella Woodroof (effective communicator) - For asking for support when she needs it.
Leni Crookbain - For a great improvement in her play script writing.
Lottie Anderson - For always trying her best when completing her work.
Sanaya Ahmed (respectful) - For always having a polite attitude towards others.
Tommy Ashdown - For working hard to accurately round to the nearest 10.
Connie-Rose Okamback - For taking the lead when carrying out a science investigation.
Sophia Walsh (positive) - For always having a positive attitude towards her learning.
Amelia-May Watson - For a fantastic effort to improve her handwriting.
Teddy Day - For working hard to contribute more in his lessons.
Pheonix Daft - For always behaving in a kind manner towards her classmates.
Emily Beaney - For a great start to her map of the local area.
Jamie Langham - For working well in PE to lead his group in their dance routine.
Casper Donn (honest) - For admitting when he found something challenging.
Leo Crudgington - For having an excellent attitude towards his learning.
Arthur Hewitt - For working consistently hard in his maths lessons.
Leni Crookbain (healthy) - For staying active outside of school.
Casper Donn - For an excellent cinquain poem that told a story.
Joey Probert - For working hard to accurately replicate PE skills.
Milena Furculita (creative) - For a clear poster displaying vertebrate and invertebrates.
William Marshall - For asking questions to deepen his understanding.
Amie Skipp - For good suggestions within her science lesson.
Louie Jiggins (effective communicator) - For asking for help when he needs it.
Grace Saich - For good modelling of the different techniques in her PE lessons.
Paula Sestakauskaite - For an excellent plan of a story.
Heidi Maskell (respectful) - For her polite attitude towards others.
Fern Gibson - For a great start to her retelling of Iron Man.
Milena Furculita - For a great improvement in effort towards completing her work.
Logan Cannon (positive) - For always coming to school with a smile on his face.
Luella Woodroof - For working hard to complete her map accurately.
George Harwood - For great contributions in all lessons.
Jorgie-Rose Fraser (kind) - For always being kind and courteous towards other children.
Amy Parfitt - For wonderful expression when reading aloud.
Phoebe Watt - For great determination when completing her Maths work.
Mollie Curtis (honest) - For asking for help when she needs it.
Thomas O’Flanagan – For showing enthusiasm towards his learning.
Freya Turner – For practicing her reading and times tables.
(Creative) Ritchie Bewley – For making a creative fact file about Galileo.
Caoimhe Odewale – For working hard during assessment week.
Vincent Evans – For working hard during swimming lessons.
(Effective communicator) Preston Riggs - For always presenting his ideas effectively.
Amelia Cohen – For working hard to improve the presentation in her books.
Johnny Georgiou-Gray – For always being ready to start his learning.
(Respectful) George Jones – For always using his manners.
Leo McGrath – For always being ready for the next instruction.
Sammy Armstrong – For always working well with others.
(Kind) Joey Blackburn – For always showing kindness to adults and children.
George Jones – For having a positive attitude towards his learning.
Jacob Spicer – For recalling key vocabulary in Science lessons.
(Honest) Tonka Tomic Jurisic-For always asking for help when needed.
Freya Turner – For working hard to improve her spelling.
Courtney Court – For being able to recognise times to the nearest 5 minutes.
(Honest) Oskar West – For always asking for help when needed.
Annabelle Stafford – For showing great enthusiasm towards her writing.
Harry Caisey – For working hard to develop his times table knowledge.
(Creative) Ritchie Bewley – For being creative during our author visit workshop.
Joey Blackburn – For having a growth mindset towards his learning.
Devon Dick – For sharing his ideas during lessons.
Amelie Bliss (effective communicator) – For articulating her ideas clearly in lessons.
Oliver Stanley – For an excellent effort in all ICT lessons.
Ryan Oakden – For working hard in Maths lessons.
Benjamin Brown (respectful) – For showing respect to both adults and his peers.
Jasmine Rothery – For sharing her ideas more frequently in lessons.
Thomas O’ Flanagan – For working hard in all of his lessons.
Amelia Cohen (Positive) – For having a positive attitude towards her learning.
Bo Aldred – For always trying her best in every lesson!
Sammy Armstrong – For making an effort to improve his handwriting.
Caoimhe Odewale (kind) – For being kind and helpful to other children and adults.
Annabelle Stafford – For showing great enthusiasm towards writing.
Leo McGrath – For having a great attitude towards his learning.
Amelia Cohen (Honest) – For being honest when she needs help.
Freya Turner - For showing great enthusiasm towards reading.
Blossom Wells - For developing confidence during writing lessons.
Joey Blackburn (healthy) - For always keeping active, especially in PE lessons.
Benjamin Brown - For always putting 100% effort into every lesson!
Caoimhe Odewale - For showing confidence when completing a forward roll.
Maggie Swanson (creative) - For creating an interesting sequence in gymnastics.
Leo McGrath - For having a positive attitude towards his learning.
Blossom Wells - For showing more confidence in Maths lessons.
Vincent Evans (effective communicator) - For coaching his partner when completing a forward roll.
Courtney Court - For working hard in every lesson.
Jacob Spicer - For remembering key vocabulary during Science lessons.
Erin Scott (respectful) - For always being considerate and respectful towards others.
Caoimhe Odewale - For being resilient during Maths lessons.
Johnny Georgiou - For working hard to write a setting description.
Annabelle Stafford (positive) - For having a positive attitude towards her learning.
Freya Turner - For working hard to improve her writing.
George Jones - For completing extra handwriting in his own time.
Vincent Evans - For trying to have a healthy snack.
Sammy Armstrong - For a great improvement in his handwriting.
Devon Dick - For always working hard during Maths lessons.
Maggie Swanson (effective communicator) - For leading her partner well to create a dance routine.
Caoimhe Odewale - For sharing some wonderful ideas during our writing lessons.
Jacob Spicer - For showing a good understanding of multiplication.
Erin Scott (respectful) - For always being considerate of others' feelings.
Harry Caisey - For working hard to improve his handwriting.
Amelia Cohen - For showing a good understanding of converting measures.
George Jones (positive) - For having a positive attitude towards his learning.
Maggie Swanson - For working hard during Maths lessons.
Amelie Bliss - For asking insightful questions during history lessons.
Tom Richardson (honest) - For being honest when needing of school.
Bo Aldred - For explaining to her partner how to solve a Maths problem.
Ritchie Bewley - For working hard to create a limerick for National Poetry Day.
Vincent Evans (healthy) - For being able to explain healthy and unhealthy habits.
Tonka Tomic Jurisic - For effectively scanning the text in reading lessons.
Daniel Tinworth - For asking insightful questions during History lessons.
Preston Riggs (creative) - For coming up with some creative ideas for Roman artefacts.
Blossom Wells - For trying her hardest in every lesson.
Jasmine Rothery - For writing a wonderful persuasive advert.
Freya Turner (effective communicator) - For explaining grammatical terms clearly.
Erin Scott - For successfully identifying parts of the Roman Empire.
Annabelle Stafford - For working hard during Maths lessons.
Johnny Georgiou Gray - For speaking to everyone with respect.
Luella Woodroof - For working hard to complete her map accurately.
George Harwood - For great contributions in all lessons.
Jorgie-Rose Fraser (kind) - For always being kind and courteous towards other children.
Thomas O'Flanagan - For producing a beautiful piece of Geography work.
Albie Whitt - For trying his best in every lesson.
Joey Blackburn (kind) - For helping his partner with their Maths work.
Amalia Hook – For writing excellent sentences about the weather in Spanish .
Ruby Ashdown – For excellent enthusiasm during Science week.
(Healthy) Oskar West – For a superb effort (and time) in a sprinting PE lesson.
Finley Daltrey – For a positive attitude and working hard in all lessons.
Michael Wiley - For a thorough, well-researched non-chronological report about Ancient Egypt.
(Creative) Henry Maskell – for an imaginative piece of artwork based on the composer Debussy.
Mimi Deen – For working hard to recall key facts in Maths.
Samantha Boakye – for a good understanding of using a Purple Mash program to make a 3d net of a house.
(Effective communicator) Aidan Huynh – For always presenting his ideas effectively and interesting.
Casey Mae Heard - For an outstanding description of why the River Nile was important to Ancient Egyptians.
Zuzanna Szczeblewska - For excellent recall of key knowledge and vocabulary in all history lessons.
(Positive) Polly Golding - For always having a positive attitude to her learning.
Elliot Salmon- For a creative piece of artwork for the Queen’s Jubilee.
Luke Twin – For working hard to improve his handwriting and for his contribution to the English group.
(Respectful) Ava De Canha - For always being polite and respectful to staff and peers.
Finlay Reid – for writing an imaginative, and gripping Greek myth.
Archie Fraser – for always working hard to edit his work.
(Kind) Bethany Cole – for always giving other children compliments about their work.
Henry Maskell – For a superb DT final product and evaluation.
Rufus Otter – for creating an imaginative game.
(Honest) Oskar West – For always asking for help when needed.
Eadie May Saich – For always working to a high standard and being an excellent role model.
Henry Maskell - For effort and enthusiasm when rounding decimal numbers.
(Healthy) Sonny Crookbain – for always bring very active at lunch times.
Max Reid-Rothwell – for always being enthusiastic in Spanish lessons.
Kieron Mogotsi – for significantly improving his batting technique in rounders.
(creative) Georgie Hones – for always having creative ideas when writing.
Zuzanna Szczeblewska – for creating clear and targeted questions for market research.
Bethany Cole – for great navigation skills in PE.
Casey-Mae Heard (creative) – for an innovative and creative fair ground ride design.
Nathalie Iancu – For a thorough, well explained comparison of the Mesolithic and Neolithic time periods.
Kieron Mogotsi – For improved effort and organisation in all lessons.
Rufus Otter (effective communicator) - For working well with other members of his group.
Bethany Cole – For creating a fantastic animation of a Stone Age scene.
Max Reid – for an excellent effort when creating a database in ICT
Eadie-Mae Saich (respectful) – for being respectful towards her peers and adults
Rufus Otter - For a fantastic explanation of the differences between the Mesolithic and Neolithic time periods.
Luke Twin - For working really hard to improve his handwriting.
Polly Golding (positive) - For always having a positive approach to her learning.
Tsepo Mkwanazi – For creating an excellent textured background for his animation.
Joshua Howchen-Vines – for an excellent understanding of how to search databases.
Nathalie Iancu (kind) – For always offering to help others.
Aidan Huynh - For excellent recall of knowledge about mountains at the end of the topic.
Ava DeCanha - For sensible ideas on how to stay safe online.
Finley Reid (honest) - For always being honest about how he is feeling and when he needs support.
Ruby Ashdown - For great effort and perseverance with equivalent fractions.
Georgie Hones - For creative ideas writing a setting description.
Bethany Cole (healthy) - For always keeping active especially in gymnastics PE lessons!
Henry Maskell - For excellent use of prior knowledge to describe Stone Age artefacts.
Zuzanna Szczeblewska - For fantastic effort and enthusiasm in the Stone Age work and continuing her learning at home.
Ava DeCanha (creative) - For a very creative drawing of a figure inspired by Julian Opie.
Polly Golding - For great perseverance with long multiplication in Maths lessons.
Luke Twin - For always trying his best to improve the standard of his work.
Aidan Huynh (effective communicator) - For an enthusiastic and informative speaking and listening presentation.
Finley Daltrey - For good perseverance in DT lessons.
Samantha Boakye - For a fantastic gymnastic sequence.
Eadie-May Saich (respectful) - For always being respectful to her peers and adults.
Oskar West - For showing confidence finding places using an atlas.
Ruby Ashdown - For always being kind and helpful towards others.
Finley Daltrey (Honest) - For always being honest about when he needs help.
Amalia Hook - For always having a positive attitude to learning in all lessons.
Bethany Cole -For great independence and understanding of how to use an atlas.
Samantha Boakye (healthy) - For always putting 100% effort into PE lessons in order to stay healthy.
Rufus Otter - For great enthusiasm and understanding in our Science lessons on forces.
Ava De Canha - For always taking an active part in all lessons.
Casey-Mae Heard (creative) - For producing a very creative story.
Mimi Deen - For showing increased confidence in all subjects.
Max Reid - For fantastic effort and enthusiasm in his speaking and listening task.
Aidan Huynh (respectful) - For always being polite and respectful to others.
Rufus Otter - For excellent understanding of factors and multiples in Maths.
Sonny Crookbain - For thoughtful contributions to class discussion.
Polly Golding (positive) - For her positive attitude and fantastic effort.
Michael Wiley - For a clear explanation of what we can learn from historical sources.
Georgie Hones - For always persevering with a task even when it is challenging.
Max Reid-Rothwell - For always being kind and willing to help others.
Finlay Reid - For a fantastic explanation and understanding of historical vocabulary in our sources lesson.
Kieron Mogotsi - For great use of similes when writing his free verse poem.
Casey-Mae Heard (honest) - For always telling the truth.
Henry Maskell - For creating an incredibly intricate design for a Mayan mask.
Ollie Tucker - For using good tactics in a game of dodgeball.
Archie Fraser (healthy) - For having a healthy lifestyle and trying new activities (golf lessons)
Zuzanna Szczeblewska - For thoughtful contributions about historical artefacts in History.
Nathalie Iancu - For writing an excellent newspaper about a break in at Gringotts.
Michael Wiley (creative) - For brainstorming creative questions about Mayan artwork.
Nathalie Iancu - For working hard to edit and improve her writing.
Tsepo Mkwanazi - For creating beautiful water colour washes.
Joshua Howchen-Vines - For clearly explaining mathematical thinking ad reasoning.
Eadie-Mae Saich - For writing fantastic sentences using a range of figurative language.
Elliot Salmon - For always trying his best and excellent contributions to class discussions.
Amalia Hook (respectful) - For always being respectful to others and a fantastic role model.
Finlay Reid - For excellent knowledge and recall of key knowledge in History.
Joshua Howchen-Vines - For writing a fantastic poem about words in the dictionary.
Ava De Canha (positive) - For her positive attitude and fantastic effort in all lessons.
Erinn Frisby – For creating an excellent fact file for Science week.
Zak Hassell – For excellent fielding during the Essex Finals rounders competition.
Scarlett Herft – For solving multi-step problems in maths confidently.
Connor Kuski – For being supportive of younger children in the school.
(Creative) Poppy Horvath-Jones – For creating a fantastic cartoon character.
Abby Mason – For producing a wonderfully descriptive piece of narrative writing.
Ben Pengelley – For contributing effectively during discussions in science lessons.
(healthy) Isla Southgate – for wanting to take part in after-school sports clubs.
Tom Gibbins – For growing in confidence during grammar and spelling sessions.
Leo Laverty – For classifying animals based on a range of characteristics.
Emily Hitchens (creative) – For using notes to support her understanding during lessons.
Louie Shorter – for developing greater resilience during lessons.
Isla Southgate – For being extremely supportive and helpful towards others in the class.
Rosie Hall – For significantly increasing the pace at which she works.
Codey Grant – For challenging himself further in lessons.
Louie Shorter (creative) - For using a variety of methods during maths lessons.
Scarlett Herft – For producing a detailed piece of work on the Battle of Marathon.
Jasmine Taylor – For creating an effective formal letter.
Alfie Skipp (effective communicator) – For sharing ideas appropriately in class.
Dylan Rigby – For excellent movement off the ball during hockey matches.
Ben Pengelley – For completing far more work during lessons over the past few weeks.
Ruza Tomic Jurisic (respectful) – For being respectful when supporting other children with their work.
Poppy Jones Horvath – For improving her writing by ensuring it is accurately punctuated.
Jake Foley – For showing great control when passing and dribbling in hockey.
Alfie Skipp (positive) - For remaining upbeat and positive despite being unable to fully join in with physical activities.
Samuel Marshall - For including appropriate evidence from the text when answering inference questions.
Erinn Frisby - For great enthusiasm when solving problems in maths.
Cayden Wylie (kind) - For being kind and caring towards children in Reception at lunchtime.
Bobby Armstrong - For asking questions when unsure to greatly improve his work.
Isla Southgate - For thoroughly editing her work during writing lessons.
Alfie Skipp (honest) - For being open and honest at all times.
Connor Kuski - For being caring towards other members of the class.
Reisha Patel - For always striving to achieve the best results possible in every situation.
Isla Southgate (creative) - For creating her own revision cards in the lead up to SATS.
Max Webb - For returning to school with an exemplary attitude towards his learning.
Lacey Stoten - For growing in confidence in all lessons and making important contributions.
Josh Twin - For a vast improvement to his attitude to his learning.
Kellan Hart - For a great effort during the tests this week.
Leo Laverty (honest) - For recognising when he needs support in lessons
Jake Foley - For participating well in lessons and completing a significant amount of work.
Jasmine Taylor - For excellent work when adding mixed numbers.
Zak Hassell (healthy) - For being extremely active both in and outside of school.
Dylan Rigby - For becoming more focused and producing higher quality work.
Zak Hassell - For contributing well during our history lesson about Winston Churchill.
Lacey Stoten (effective communicator) - For leading her dance group in PE well to produce and great routine.
Mason Riggs - For an improved attitude towards his learning.
Tom Gibbins - For pushing himself in maths lessons.
Louie Shorter (kind) - For always offering support to teammates during PE lessons.
Cayden Wylie - For great effort when writing a setting description.
Betsy Hewitt - For displaying excellent determination in all lessons.
Alfie Skipp (honest) - For recognising when he finds something difficult and for persevering with it.
Max Webb - For congratulating children in the class for making it on to the dodgeball team even though he was not selected himself.
Bobby Armstrong - For congratulating children in the class for making it on to the dodgeball team even though he was not selected himself.
Alfie Skipp (healthy) - For having a good understanding of the benefits of exercise on the human body.
Zak Hassell - For working quickly and accurately during Maths lessons.
Max Webb - For showing an excellent attitude to learning in all lessons.
Olivia Hutton (creative) - For creative ideas when planning a balanced argument.
Betsy Hewitt - For excellent use of cohesive devices to help her writing flow.
Jasmine Taylor - For growing in confidence during Maths lesson and working independently.
Cayden Wylie (effective communicator) - For working well as part of a team during PE lessons.
Codey Dick - For displaying great enthusiasm during our UK rivers lesson.
Leo Laverty - For demonstrating excellent resilience in Maths lessons.
Emily Hitchens (respectful) - For showing respect to all members of the class and being a great role model to others.