Stars of week 8
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Stars-of-Week-8 (ID 2028)
The star is Roscoe. We have chosen Roscoe because he has amazed us in phonics with how he was able to blend the words that we were learning in his head without sounding them out. This is fantastic progress, and we can see how much effort he puts into the phonic lessons every day. Roscoe has also impressed us with his conversations in PSHE whereby he said that he was special because he had so much love to give to his family.
Well done Roscoe for being a super learner!
Year 1s star of the week this week is Max. We are so proud of Max as he has shown a huge amount of resilience. He has worked incredibly hard to improve on his writing and is now using his phonic knowledge brilliantly to sound out more tricky words, his writing is neat and his content demonstrates great understanding and creativity.
Max is an excellent mathematician and has excelled during our adding during this term. However, he is also a kind friend and interacts with his peers sensitively.
Max is a great asset to our Year 1 class and should be very pleased with himself.
Emily has settled into really well to Year 2. Her fun and bubbly personality has been greatly welcomed into the cohort and she has been working incredibly hard over the past two weeks! We have been particularly proud of how hard Emily has been working in our writing lessons to include capital letters, full stops, and finger spaces.
Well done Emily, you have had a brilliant start at Claverdon!
Our Star of the Week this week is Annabella. Since returning after half term, she has really impressed us with her attitude towards her learning.
Annabella is trying hard with all of her learning, being the best that she can be. She is enjoying her learning, is keen to show the adults how she is getting on with this and contributes regularly to class discussions.
Well done Annabella, we are very proud of you!
This week's Year 4 star of the week is Harrison. Harrison has settled so well into Year 4 and has been working really hard on his resilience and independence this week especially in Maths. He is such a cheerful and helpful member of our class and can always be relied upon to be responsible and respectful.
Well done Harrison - you are a superstar!
Year 5's star of the week is Harry; Harry is absolutely brilliant, he is friendly and respectful to all around him, is an amazing friend and an asset to the class.
Harry has previously found some elements of classwork such as handwriting and big writes challenging, but rather than getting bogged down by this, he has risen to the challenge and shown resilience and determination. Recently, Harry has been completing his reading comprehension efficiently and effectively, answering his questions before his peers and with 100% success in class. His handwriting is always improving and we are beyond proud, seeing him reaping the rewards of his efforts.
Congratulations Harry, a thoroughly deserved star of the week!
It's hard to put into words how truly incredible Annie is. In all of our lessons, Annie has pushed herself to the highest of standards and the powerful knowledge she shares during our class discussions is an inspiration to everyone in Year 6. But what we are even more proud of is the way in which Annie has embraced her leadership responsibilities within school - over the last two weeks, Annie has lead many parent and carer tours around school. The way in which Annie has spoken about the school with such passion and energy has... to be honest... has made us very emotional!
Annie - keep going, you're amazing!
Netball TeamMatch Report
On Monday 7th of November the Year 6 blue netball team played their first match of the year against Mapplebourgh Green. This was the first time the team had played together and the co-operation and teamwork was absolutely outstanding.
The whole team was focussed, determined and full of enthusiasm! We were really strong from the start with great interceptions, defense and fantastic shooting. We won the first quarter 9-0 then continued to win the 2nd, 3rd and 4th quarters. As the final whistle blew the score was 29-1 to Claverdon.
The entire team was exceptional.
Well done Claverdon!
Class CupYear 2 and 4