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Warden Hill Junior School

Spring Term 1

Each half term the class teachers and other members of school staff are asked to chose a pupil from their class/group who has stood out from the others in a positive way.  This may be through good effort, outstanding behaviour, great manners, kindness to others etc.  Once selected, the children's names are called out during celebration assembly, a letter is sent home to share the good news and a certificate is put into the Golden Book for everyone to see.

Year 3

Since the beginning of the year Erin has shown great respect for peers and adults alike, as well as incredible resilience in her work.

For always being a kind and polite member of the class. Khosboo always tries her best in everything she does.

For making a conscious effort to take part fully in all subjects both orally and in his written work.  Also working hard in maths to listen and apply his knowledge.

A delightful member of class.  Always willing to help, works well in all subjects.  Charlie is the perfect role model.

Year 4

For working so hard over the last term to improve her reading and for her super efforts in class. Well done!

For always trying hard and working to the best of his ability.  Yamin has made a real big effort to improve his reading, writing and maths this year.  He is a pleasure to teach.


For not only making such an excellent start in her new school, but embracing every aspect of her learning with high standards that we expect at Warden Hill Junior School.  Well Done!

Year 5

For always being extremely polite and helpful and continuously produces lovely work across the curriculum.

For great improvement in attitude and having made good progress in all subjects.

For her enthusiasm and perseverance in all lessons. Always polite and hard working.




Year 6

For her attitude and effort towards her work. For her perseverance with reading and writing.  For being really helpful around the classroom and a good role model for others.  It's lovely to see a growth in confidence.

I have been informed by a number of staff of the positive change in Ella since the start of Year 6.  Her confidence and attitude to her learning has greatly improved and her personality is beginning to shine through.

Impeccable manners - a good role model.  Tom always works to the best of his ability, has a bright and bubbly personality and is a pleasure to teach.

Other Nominations

For making a great effort at the O2. (Mr Welch)

For making a making a super contribution to School Council and and demonstrating sensible, mature behaviour in class.
(Mrs Bithrey)

For making a lot more effort with his reading comprehension, joining in and participating. (Mr Hayden)

For always being enthusiastic and showing pleasing perseverance in her maths lessons. (Mrs Quince)