Weekly Merit Awards

Each Class Teacher presents weekly Merit Awards to two children who have worked hard, or have achieved personal goals, throughout the previous week.

“We have high expectations of each other and of our children and we encourage parents to work in partnership with their children to achieve the best possible outcomes for all of our children.”

Amy Chitty

Headteacher

Merit Awards

 

Week Ending: 25/11/16

 

Class Name Reason for Award
Year R Ash

 

Raphael For learning his Christmas play words very quickly and saying them with confidence.
Luca For learning his Christmas play words very quickly and saying them with confidence.
Year R Beech

 

Kabir For working hard to sound out the words in phonics
Mia For accurate, neat work making her decoration
Year 1 Cedar Adryel For participating well in maths mastery
Brajan For working hard in maths
 

Year 1 Holly

Arivnd For working systematically to find number bonds to 10
Mohamed For working systematically to find number bonds to 10
Year 1 Palm Sophie For giving a fantastic explanation inmMaths using number bonds
Ethan For working hard in R.E
Year 2 Cherry Akalveer For good effort during maths assessment
Maddie For great writing
Year 2 Magnolia Premlee For excellent progress in all areas of learning
Alex For excellent progress in maths
Year 3 Maple Michael For creating a good clay pot
Rochelle For always being helpful around class
Year 3 Sycamore Harbani For a good letter about Iron Age
Kian For a good coiled clay pot
Year 4 Oak Harri For growing confidence in maths and achieving well
Skyler For working hard in her writing
Year 4 Juniper Nadia For working really hard in her test
Ieuan For producing thoughtful writing in RE
Year 5 Elm Rahul For trying hard to improve his handwriting
Anand For trying hard to improve his handwriting
Year 6 Willow Samantha For improved attitude and increased concentration
Lilly For participating more in discussion and sharing ideas

 

 

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