Star of the Week 14th July

As we near the end of the academic year, in assembly this week we looked at facing new challenges when we move on to something new and different. We looked at what Harry Potter went through when he started a new school and how daunting it must have been. But he immediately found 2 new friends, settled into school life and enjoyed many different adventures. We said we can learn a lot from Harry Potter - how he grasped every opportunity and face every challenge. And that is what we need to do in our new schools and new classes in order to be the very best we can be!!!

So who were our star learners this week who grapsed opportunities and faced all the challenges they faced....

In Early Years, Annie got her certificate for being super helpful and Noah was also awarded for his brilliant writing on whales. And Noah wasn't the only one... In Foxes, Hattie was given a certificate for her hard work in her writing. Jake, in Squirrels, got an award for being incredibly brave as he still came into school with his broken collar bone.  Finally, the star in Hedgehogs was Blake because of his super pirate art work. Well done to all our Infant stars this week. 

Robins this week saw Millie rewarded for her excellent presentation in her study book.  In Ravens, Edith won her certificate for working so hard in every thing she does and in particular with her Gladiator writing. And in Wrens, Mollie was recognsied for showing such dedication. Sadly, she missed the cricket tournament, but even with a broken toe, she still came into school to perform in the guitar performance. Shanice in Kestrels was thrilled with her certifcate for being super sensible and turning a corner and for Kingfishers we said goodbye to Jacek. 

Finally, for Owls, the certificate went to the whole class! Mrs Abbott wanted to say thank you as it was her last day. The children and staff all said thank you and gave gifts to wish her well in the future. 

Well done everyone. Have a great weekend! Just one more week to go. 


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