Good Work Assembly 3rd July 2021

Early Years

Daniel has received his certificate today for his fantastic attitude to reading this week. He enjoys stories so much, always listening so well to our class story times, and requesting stories to be read during his free play time. We have also noticed that Daniel is super keen with phonics too, and working hard to build up the sounds that he knows. Well done Daniel!

Esemee has been in good work assembly for her big writing. This week she wrote a set of instructions on how to make a junk model car. She used new vocabulary such as dowel. We were so impressed at her ability to use phonic sounds to help her with her writing.

Zoya is a fantastic girl to have around, the best helper that a teacher could wish for. This week has been particularly fun when on Wednesday we played with lots of mud and water. Zoya loves this sort of play and gets stuck in. But afterwards, she also helps to tidy and clean the playground, returning it to normal. Without helpers like Zoya it’s really hard to do this sort of messy play. Thanks for the help this week Zoya, you are a great team member!

Class 2

All of class 2 received a certificate this week for their amazing work on rhyming words. Miss Dixon chose Thomas to share his work about a hairy scary shark!

Class 3

Dawud read his big writing out to everyone today. His work was packed full of grammar and amazing vocabulary.

Cody for great Phonics, he is so ready for class 4. He has put in so much effort and determination.

Noah is a great role model, he works in a team and his behaviour is always impeccable.

Class 4

It was Class 4’s turn to present their findings on carrots, our vegetable of the week. Demi, Amelia CH and Harry made some great acrostic poems with all of the amazing facts that they have learnt. After they read their poems to everyone, Miss Ward then shared a carrot song which class 4 had written about carrots. We’re all carrot geniuses now, thanks class 4!

Class 6

Maisie showed her maths book today, and her work on pie charts. She got stuck in and never gave up. Mrs Keqa was so proud of her effort.

Archie brought his maths work to show this week too. Archie has a great attitude to learning and always works hard. He is definitely ready for high school.

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Good Work Assembly 18/06/2021

This week the certificates go to…

Early Years

Daisy – for a fantastic big writing about the Everywhere Bear. Daisy is great at using all of her phonic sounds and tricky words in her work. Daisy has worked so hard to make her handwriting neater, smaller and with wide fingerspaces in. Well done.

Noah – Noah is also in good work assembly for his big writing skills. He wrote about the Everywhere Bear playing in the role play area with him. Noah’s handwriting is so neat, and loves to show everyone his work. You’re right to be proud Noah, your work is amazing!

Henri – Henri is a maths whizz. This week, we have been adding up the two sides of a domino / two faces of dice. Henri was quick to realise that 6 + 5 = 11. When I asked him how else he could make 11, Henri replied, 10+1, 9+2, 8+3… etc. He explained to everyone in his class how these sums have a pattern.

Class 2

William – persevering in maths skills and being able to check and correct his work.

Molly – being able to identify different turns and directions in maths.

Isla – being able to write her answers in full sentences in reading skills.

Class 4

Emily : Emily has worked really hard in big writing this week. She has written some fabulous sentences using outstanding vocabulary! Well done Emily! 


Daisy-May: Worked really hard in art this week. Daisy created a fabulous adventure map inspired by our class novel – Podkin One Ear! 


Alfie: Alfie is a natural mathematician! He worked so hard in maths skills this week – completing seven pages worth of sums! Superstar! 

Class 5

Qasim-for being an excellent role model


Violet-perseverance in maths


Jersey-amazing big writing

Class 6

Liam – positive attitude towards school and learning, joining in well, putting in lots of effort.

Ellie – trying hard in class, asking lots of questions, challenging her learning.

All class – good behaviour in playground for a few weeks, all trying really hard in lessons

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Good Work Assembly 26/05/2021

Early Years

Keagan has been trying so hard recently to use his language skills from his sessions with Mrs Lister. Every morning he attends his language group and always tries his very best.

Zoya blows me away with her knowledge. She is always participating in class discussions and sharing what she knows with her classmates. Recently she has been sharing her knowledge of different religious festivals and countries. 

Class 2

Cole has been busy setting up shops in class 2, and using his money knowledge in his play. He is able to work out what coins he needs to make a certain amount. 

Maddison is in good work assembly for her brilliant reading skills. She has been answering comprehension questions thinking carefully about what she has learnt from her text. 

Finlay has been looking at plants and trees. He has been identifying evergreen and deciduous trees. Miss Thomas was amazed at his work. Finlay explained his new vocabulary to everyone on the zoom assembly. 

Class 3

Gracie has been busy making fairy doors and hiding them in the school grounds. She designed, coloured them in and varnished them too. 

Millie is in good work assembly this week for her maths work. Mrs Woodside is amazed with how hard she is working, and setting out her work too. 

Ivy is in assembly for her great behaviour. She is always doing what she should be doing, and is a great friend. 

Class 4

Maysie is working so hard on her writing and is creating beautiful pieces. It is so neat and she has made so much progress. Miss Ward is so proud of the extra effort that she is putting in. 

Sean has been working so hard in maths. This week he has looked at weighing with scales. Miss Ward explained just how hard reading scales can be, but he rose to the challenge. 

Amelia T has grown up so much recently. Her work and attitude is so mature. She is a superstar. She is a helpful member of her class, tying shoelaces, and making sure that everyone has someone to play with.

Class 5

Bella is a shining star. She is always doing the right thing, her work is stunning and she tries so hard in everything that she does. She is a great friend. 

Abdullah has worked exceptionally hard this year in maths. He is always asking questions and stretching himself further. Miss Sheard reckons he is already ready for high school. Well done Abdullah!

Class 6

Liam has made great progress in reading recently. He has now got three reading books. What a challenge! He enjoys reading and is reading more at home too. Well done Liam, keep it up! 

Lewis is a superstar. He decided to show everyone his Ancient Greek vase. He worked hard on the design and production of the vase. 

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Spaghetti Challenge

Donna from Kier is building the new leisure centre opposite school. She joined us for an assembly recently and set us a challenge. She asked us to build a construction using just spaghetti and marshmallows! It was tricky not to break the spaghetti.

She showed us that the strongest shapes are squares and triangles and encouraged us to construct using those shapes. Donna sent us some instructions to start us off and showed us how to make a triangular based pyramid.

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Good Work Assembly 21/05/2021

Well done to all children on their work and attitude to learning. This week our certificates go to…

Early Years

Jessica-Jane, for amazing work in maths this week. She has loved exploring doubling. Jessica worked with her ladybird and a paint stamper to double, but can now mentally recall double facts. She alsoo loved exploring our number bonds to 10 machine, and working out which two numbers equal 10.
Frankie, for her amazing positive attitude to learning all week. She is always happy and always willing to have a go. She has really pushed herself with a harder reading book and is trying to learn all of her tricky words. Mrs Evans was very impressed with Frankie one morning this week when she decided to use her phonics skills to make a menu for a drive-thru café that she had made in the construction area. Well done Frankie.
Cody-Lee, loves phonics and loves reading. He is always telling the adults when he recognises sounds in the classroom and is beginning to blend them together to read words. In his last phonics assessment he made lots of progress. Super work Cody-Lee!

Class 2

Charlie has done some super geography this week. Charlie has been learning about the equator and in particular Kenya.
Jake has worked so hard in maths looking at coins, notes and money. He shared some of his work with everyone on the screen.
Isla did a gorgeous big writing this week. She has tried so hard to remember her capital letters and full stops, and practised writing in first person for her work based upon the book Voices in the Park.

Class 3

Henry is in good work assembly because he has a great attitude to learning. He keeps going and keeps trying harder and harder too. He is now starting to write in ks2 writing books with smaller lines. Well done Henry.
Samuel has been looking at our school grounds and all of the different trees in our grounds. He has been identifying the trees by studying the leaves.
Mia has been a fantastic composer in music this week. She was able to follow the rhythm, sing along too and play an instrument. Mia sang a verse and a chorus for the whole school!

Click https://youtu.be/ulf-qc7DyDQ to watch Mia’s song

Class 4

Warren has been a really good helper in class helping Miss Ward with the class routines, getting pens out, tidying up etc, and in his work as well. Thanks Warren for everything that you do!
Evie’s writing is just like a class 6 writing book, this week she has been working on editing her last draft to make a beautiful final draft.
Hassan– all of Hassan’s books are beautifully presented to a high standard. Today he shared his science book, and in particular his experiment on rocks. He told us that he would like to be a scientist in the future.

Class 5

Jake has been trying so hard this week to wait for his turn and put his hand up when joining in class discussions. We’re proud of you Jake.
Denver has worked really hard and got great results in his NFERs, Miss Sheard is so proud of his score.
Tilly has been working extremely hard over the past half term on her writing. Each week she adds more grammatical features in her writing, challenging and pushing herself.

Class 6

Fabian is always asking questions about his work. This week he has worked hard on assessments and has achieved greater depth in maths.
Mia has worked so hard this half term. But in the last few weeks she has worked even harder, with extra effort and greater determination. She also had super results in assessments this week.
Kushaagra received his certificate for being extra vocal in class 6’s discussions and debates, sharing his knowledge and viewpoint. Mrs Keqa was especially proud of his work this week on finance this week.

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