Star Assembly – Friday 17th May

In today’s Star Assembly we  found out about the incredible things these children have been achieving in class. It was so pleasing to hear how much they are all using our school behaviours for learning and how they are helping them to improve in lessons. 

Well done to all these children:

Y6 – Iustin and Firas

Y5 – Charlie and Angel

Y4 – Rosalea and Massera

Y3 – Ava and Justin

Y2 – Tyler W and David

Y1 – Emily and Braxton

Reception – Archie and Paris

Miss Williams’ Star of the School – Kane Y3

Mr Ball’s Star of the School – Ryan Y5

We are always excited to find out about our children’s achievements outside school. This week we celebrated Daisy’s gymnastics and Lilly-Rose’s dancing! Lilly-Rose bought two more medals to show us – she is doing incredibly well! Daisy B also shared that she came 2nd in the whole of Great Britain in a recent competition she attended – just AMAZING! This means that in March next year she will attend the British Championships.

We also had our next round of Classopoly. We are using this game as recognition of and an incentive for good class attendance. We know how important it is that children attend school every day. Our school target for attendance is 96% so the class with the highest attendance each week will roll to win in Classopoly. Any class with 100% attendance will automatically win a roll!

Here are our attendance figures for each class:

Swans – 92%

Puffins – 85%

Toucans – 96%

Bluebirds – 97%

Robins – 98%

Kestrels – 97%

Eagles – 98%

Robins and Kestrels both won a roll on Classopoly this week! Robins won Treat Time and Kestrels won Silly Socks Day!

Also as part of Star Assembly, we are rewarding children who make the most of our school subscriptions to EdShed, Numbots Times Table Rock Stars. We also gave out our certificates for Numbots and celebrated our Times Tables Rock Stars!




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