Oliver came to read me his wonderful and imaginative writing based on the story ‘The Day the Crayons Quit’. He had so many original ideas and Mrs Hudson was particularly impressed with his use of punctuation. Well done Oliver!
Mrs Piper sent Daisey to see me as she had been such a kind friend. When her friend realised that she would be the only girl from her class going to Dance Club, Daisey volunteered to go with her. Luckily for Daisey, she had lots of fun and was pleased she went along.
Kaitlyn came to show me the fabulous writing she did about Humpty Dumpty. Miss Stallworthy was so impressed that she had sounded out all the words independently. Well done Kaitlyn
Molly came to show me the wonderful owl picture she made from shapes. She was able to name all the shapes she used, including an ‘upside down oval’! She was also able to tell me about some ‘fat’ shapes she knows-a cube and a sphere. I was so impressed. Well done Molly!
Miss Smyth sent Maria to me as she is so proud of her determination to achieve her full potential and perseverance in her work to achieve this. Her attitude in this week’s SAT tests has been wonderful. Well done Maria!
Mr Grayson sent Stephen and Charlie to be recognised on the Hall of Fame as they has been such great role models and helped out so well in his class in mornings this week. Mr Grayson told me how enthusiastically they supported children with Phonics and Maths among other areas. We are so proud of them!
Mr Haslam sent these three friends to tell me about the really exciting, animal themed Extraordinary Me Time activity they planned and led in their class. They were so enthusiastic and some of their class mates have asked for their help in inventing other themed sessions-well done to them!
He came to show me how hard he has been working with his phonics and I was super impressed!
Sienna came to show me her marvellous maths work. She had made such a great improvement in her understanding of fractions from her ‘Cold Task’ to her ‘Hot Task’. She is, rightly, very proud of her achievements.
Jesse came to tell me about his amazing work this week. His teacher was so proud of how well he has worked all week, showing a huge improvement in his confidence and willingness to ‘have a go.’ With this attitude, Jesse has achieved really well in all lessons and particularly Maths.