Stars of week 2
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Stars-of-Week-2 (ID 2018)
Our star of the week is Isla. We have chosen Isla because she hasn't stopped smiling since the moment she joined our class. Isla is very kind to her peers and is already engaging in all of our activities, sharing and taking turns. Her happiness is infectious. Well done Isla!
Jack has been doing some really amazing writing this week, extending his sentences by using because. He has used his phonic knowledge brilliantly to write unfamiliar words. We are so proud of him.
Alana has had a fabulous start to Year 2. Alana's increased independence has wowed both Mrs Wishart and I within the classroom. We have also been blown away by Alana's increased pace within the mornings and beginning of lessons. Alana has worked brilliantly this week when partitioning and writing expanded number sentences for the numbers to 100. We have also loved reading her descriptive writing, linked to our class text 'Stuck' by Oliver Jeffers. Well done Alana, we are so proud of all you have achieved this week.
Our star of the week this week is Olivia. We have been most impressed with how well Olivia has settled into Year Three. She has been making great contributions to class discussions, has been challenging herself with all of her learning, and has shown that she can be relied upon to focus on whatever is taking place in the classroom. Well done Olivia, what a fantastic start to Year Three and Key Stage Two. We are very proud of you!
Finley has settled into life in Year 4 seamlessly. He is a fantastic role model for the rest of the class and consistently demonstrates a mature and responsible attitude towards his learning. He is focussed and determined to complete his own work whilst also managing to be a very supportive learning partner which has impressed all the adults in the class. Well done Finley - what a great start to Year 4!
Archie has been an absolute star this week! We have all been so impressed with the way in which Archie has interacted with his peers - in and out of the classroom! Not only has Archie helped his friends achieve their best, he has also helped the teachers - Archie, thank you! We have also been writing setting descriptions and Archie has used lots of ambitious vocabulary. Well done, Archie! Keep up the hard work!
What an amazing start to life in Year 6!
Georgia has really impressed us with her energy and determination to embrace her learning. For our World War 1 unit, Georgia created a stunning 'knowledge showcase' with all of her ideas about fighting on land, at sea and in the air! Georgia, thank you for being so enthusiastic and inspiring us all to be at our best! Keep it up and you are going to have a truly incredible year!
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