Stars of week 20
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Stars-of-Week-20 (ID 2037)
Our star is Eadie.
We have chosen Eadie because she has been a little super star this week. Eadie does not always find things easy, but she has tried so hard this week. She has impressed us with her enthusiasm for phonics this week and she has remembered the vocabulary used in maths this week for measuring height and length. Eadie is also showing thoughtfulness towards others in class without being prompted.
Well done Eadie!
Year 1s star of the week this week is Caspar.
Caspar is a very curious learner, interested in all areas of the curriculum. He always tries his best and produces immaculately presented work. He is keen to contribute in our discussions and he is insightful.
He also implements his new learning effectively and pushes himself to continue improving.
The Year 2 star of the week is India.
India has amazed all of the Year 2 team with her knowledge in Science on electricity. She has been great at teaching the class about conductors and insulators and conducted a brilliant experiment to demonstrate this. India has also been outstanding within her cooking lessons this week, following instructions brilliantly and always taking great care.
Our Star of the Week this week is Rosie.
Rosie has been constantly striving to be the best that she can be with her learning. This has been particularly evident in her handwriting and presentation, the increased accuracy of the spelling of the Year Three and Four words, with valued support from home, and also challenging herself with demonstrating her inference and deduction skills in reading. Rosie, we are very proud of your determination to achieve the best outcomes that you can. Keep going on this positive journey!
We are very proud of you, well done!
This week, our Year 4 Star is Eva.
Eva is a keen and enthusiastic learner who actively participates in all lessons. She is a deep thinker and absorbs new knowledge like a sponge. Her writing is amazing and we always look forward to reading her work. She has worked incredibly hard to earn her pen licence this week, showing determination and resilience and we know that this will make her work even better!
Well done Eva we are very proud of you!
Year 5’s star of the week this week is William.
William is a fantastic member of our year 5 group, who quietly focuses on his own work and presentation whenever he is given a task, but is also a fantastic friend to those around him supporting them if they need support. This week William has demonstrated again his independence during our DT making ‘Cams toys’ flying through the making process almost entirely unaided making a remarkably well presented toy which functions seamlessly! We are so proud of William and are so grateful to have him in our year 5 class!
Keep up the fantastic work William, go you!
Tallulah... what an amazing year you have had!
Where do we begin? We are so proud of your exceptional attitude towards learning: you are always trying your best, you are always ready to learn and you always contribute so, so well to our class discussions. Without you, Tallulah, Year 6 would not be the same: you are kind, thoughtful and... always smiling!
Thank you for all that you do... you are a STAR!
Class CupYear 3
Billy, William, Aubi, Nicholas, Grace, Betsy and EvaPen Licences
Billy, William, Aubi, Nicholas, Grace, Betsy and Eva
Rocco and Isabella4Rs - Recognising Success
Rocco and Isabella
Match ReportYear 4 & 5 Girls' Football
As we got into our position ready for kick-off, Darcey (our captain) and the Bidford captain decided who was taking kick-off by doing rock, paper, scissors. Darcey won kick-off for our team. As she took kick-off, the game got under way. For one of our first passes the other team’s players quickly intercepted, but our defenders were ready. So our defence (Jess) managed to quickly get the ball off the player and passed it down to Clara – our left winger. She took a touch and found Darcey space, Darcey found Amelie in space, Darcey dribbled past one midfield, then as people tried to tackle her, Darcey found Amelie in space and passed to her. Amelie dribbled past one, two defenders then she sent a nice low, soft shot through the keeper’s legs and into the back of the net. 1 – 0.
As Bidford took a centre kick they passed it out to their midfield, they had a dribble and crossed it back into their striker. However, our right defender (Eva) tackled their player and passed it to Georgia, our right wing, who had a dribble. Georgia then passed it to Amelie. Amelie dribbled to the right of the goal but did not have enough space to cross it into the box but she tried and kicked it and the ball bashed against the post and went out for a goal kick. About seven minutes later, Amelie took a good run but she got fouled and it was a free kick just outside the box. As the referee blew the whistle for Amelie to take the free kick, she took a run up and shot it. It hit the post and Bidford took possession. A minute later Bidford had a run, and our defenders tackled the players but still Erin had a shot on her, and she did a great save. After lots of shots on target, Darcey managed to slot a goal past their goalie by making a great run through a bunch of players and then took a good shot that flew past their goalkeeper into the back of the net. The final score for the first half was 2 – 0. The team were ready to push their way through into the second half 2 – 0.
For the second half we had made a few changes. We put Jess in goal, Amelie in defence, Darcey as striker and Erin in centre midfield, there was no chance Bidford would score. We swapped halves and Bidford took kick off. Five minutes later, the defenders passed the ball down to midfield and to our striker Darcey, who shot it into the back of the net.
3 – 0
After Darcey had scored a fab goal Amelie and Jess swapped positions. Amelie in goal and Jess in defence. Clara made a run so Darcey passed the ball to her. She passed back to Clara who then wacked it in to the back of the net. 4 – 0 with no subs our players were starting to get tired. So there was more shots on for the other team. Amelie our goalie managed to save all of them. All three of our goal keepers, Erin, Jess and Amelie managed not to let any goals pass them. Also our defenders, midfielders and our striker pulled off a wonderful performance. The final score was 4 – 0.
Match ReportYear 5 & 6 Boys' Football
On Monday 30th January, the orange football team played a match against Mappleborough Green. We were a few players short but luckily, Freddie, Sammy and Huey were able to step in at the last minute!
Both teams got off to a strong start on a very muddy and slippery pitch. Claverdon took an early lead with a fantastic goal by Henry. Mappleborough scored soon after – taking the score to 1 – 1. Freddie scored the next goal taking Claverdon out in front 2 – 1 at half-time.
In the second half Sammy scored to make it 3 – 1 to us, but Mappleborough soon came back with a goal making it 3 – 2 to Claverdon when the whistle blew.
It was a brilliant match, played in good spirits by all the kids involved.
Well done Claverdon!
By Henry, Year 4