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.
Megan has settled really well in class. She is a good role model to her peers and can be trusted to do the right thing. Megan also reads every day.
Elena has shown perseverance in all areas of the curriculum, even when she finds something difficult. She reads at home every evening and in class she constantly follows instructions.
Enam is a really enthusiastic boy. He enjoys learning and is always willing to have a go at new things. He always follows the Golden Rules with his manners and attitude.
A super start to the juniors. She always works well and has kept an amazing reading record too. A very friendly, helpful and happy child.
For always being ready to learn, showing great manners and attitude!
Paige has shown more independence in her work and has shown real perseverance in maths.
Alfie is always ready to try his best and is also eager to support his peers in class.
Miles is always ready to learn. He follows instructions beautifully and never needs reminders to stay on task.
For always being on task, gaining lots of confidence and producing some excellent work. Overall great start to Year 5!
You are a pleasure to have in our guided reading group as you work so hard and listen really well all of the time. Well done.
For showing perseverance when challenged and a continued positive attitude towards work.
For having a superb behaviour for learning, manners and always being proactive with his learning. Well done.
For settling in so well into our school and class. For working hard, completing her reading record and embracing life at Warden Hill Junior School
For really trying hard in class, particularly with her maths. She has produced some lovely artwork and creative writing and is beginning to show confidence in her abilities.
For always showing her initiative, working hard and always being ready to learn.
For making an excellent start to Year 6. Luke is always ready to learn. He takes pride in his work and always does his best.
For some examples of kindness and consideration to others. (Mr Welch)
For showing enthusiasm and kindness towards others during cross country practices and events. (Mrs Bithrey)
For making an excellent start to Year 6 Maths, always listening and trying her best. (Mr Hayden)
For making a great start with her maths this year. (Mrs Harrison)
For Showing kindness towards his friend when he noticed he was struggling with a task. (Miss Stinton)