Stars of week 18
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Stars-of-Week-18 (ID 2035)
Our star is Finley.
All the adults in Reception were unanimous about picking Finley for our star of the week. Finley has been more responsible for his learning and is showing more focus during our whole class teaching and managing distractions during phonics. This week Finley was amazing in phonics and was reading longer words such as bigger, hidden, carrot, digger and rabbit.
Keep it up Finley!
Our star of the week this week in Year 1 is Jack.
Jack tries so hard in all areas of the curriculum and he has really shone in Maths, completing extension questions and successfully solving addition and subtraction problems each morning.
Jack remembers the phonics we have learnt in class to implement it in his writing. He has written some super facts about foxes in hi non chronological report this week.
Jack is also incredibly helpful in class and often asks to complete jobs to help adults out. Jack is a pleasure to have in the class and should be very proud of himself.
We have been blown away by Benji's reading this week.
Benji's eagerness and determination to read has been admirable. He has been incredibly engaged in his text about dinosaurs, discussing different facts he has learnt, different phonemes in the text, and his favourite pages. Benji is also a great advocate of our reading corner, and library, always looking after the books with great care and suggesting stories to others!
Well Done Benji, you are a superstar!
Our Star of the Week this week is Jack.
Jack is constantly striving to be the best that he can be in all lessons. He has been working extremely hard to improve his weekly spelling score, with valued support from home. Jack has developed into an avid reader, reading a wide range of material with great enjoyment. He is challenging himself to use ambitious vocabulary in his writing and is showing a secure understanding of the maths concepts that we are learning. Keep trying your best Jack, because you are really doing well.
We are very proud of you, well done!
This week’s star of the week in Year 4 is Isabella.
Isabella is incredibly hard working and consistently produces work to be proud of in every lesson. She is also very reflective and is constantly looking for ways to make her work even better taking on board new skills that we have learned and applying them. She embraces new learning with a positive attitude and is a fantastic role model for the rest of the class.
Well done Isabella!
Year 5’s star of the week this week is Darcey.
Darcey is a delight to have in the classroom as a constant energy and smile. She is always respectful to both adults and children and is very able socially. Darcey is a responsible member of the Year 5 classroom and has been amazing as a role model for demonstrating our exceptional behaviours.
Despite being amazing in these areas, they are still not the main reason for Darcey being our star of the week. This week Darcey has demonstrated a fantastic growth mindset and can do attitude through some tough maths and has absolutely nailed it every lesson! We are beyond proud of her resilience and success and are so pleased to have her as part of our year 5 group.
Well done and thank you Darcey!
Ben - firstly, a huge thank you for all that you bring to our school.
We always know that you will push yourself in our 'powerful' lessons, you will always add your thoughtful opinion to our class discussions and you will always support your peers to achieve success! But what has truly impressed us is your dedication to all of the exciting extra things we do as a school: you think really carefully about extra research linked to things we are exploring in class, you are passionate about your Digital Ambassador role and you help inspire all children within school to read more!
Ben, a huge well done for all that you've done in Year 6 so far... keep up the exceptional work!
Ellie4Rs - Be Resilient
Erin4Rs - Be Resilient
Match ReportYear 5 & 6 Football
On Thursday Claverdon played Coughton.
As our warm boots squelched through the filled puddles, our mud plastered legs started racing towards the players. The others teams kick off allowed us to quickly intercept their pass and Ellie made an awesome strike into the back of the net. As their kick off began we had to go into a defensive position and we knew with our unstoppable goalie (Erin) nothing could get past her. With the kick of her boot, Erin’s kick landed at Annie’s feet. She was at a tricky angle to shoot, she passed it to Freya. Freya shot it into the back of the net. With all the motivation in the team it gave Annie the courage to shoot the ball into the net. The half-time whistle blew, the score was 3 – 0.
The second half was filled with support and excitement when Claverdon went from 3 – 0 up to 13 – 2 at the final whistle. Our teammates were very supportive of each other and with our sensational goalies, versatile defence, booming midfield and threatening strikers we never could of lost and the chemistry between our players was unstoppable, especially when we were working together, our accurate passes and swift crosses caused brilliant goals and an unstoppable team. Although we had some challenges along the way we overcome them together and our awesome team talks kept us motivated throughout the game. The amazing coaching and refereeing from Andy Folwell made the possible for us and we are so grateful for everyone who helped us and all the parents (and kids) who came to support us, on behalf of the team. I think everyone played with such inspiration and we wouldn’t of been able to do it if without anyone. Another thanks to everyone who helped us along the way, we are so happy to be gifted the opportunity to endure playing the sports we love and representing our school with another great outcome.
by Annie and Freya
Race ReportYear 5 & 6 Cross Country
Yesterday Year 5 and 6 went to Tanworth for Cross Country. It was a brilliant afternoon with 1st places for Darcey, Conor and Freddie. 3rd places for Amelie, Archie and Sammy. 4th place for Max and Ben F.
Lots of children are now through to the next round in a few weeks to see who can run for South Warwickshire County.
Well done every that took part!