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.
Excellent attitude to learning. A fantastic role model and always shows lovely manners. A delight to have in class.
Displays good manners and perfect behaviour at all times. He consistently listens attentively during lessons and makes very good progress. A great member of class.
A pleasure to have in the classroom. Excellent manners and behaviour. Displays a great attitude to his learning. Well done. Keep it up!
For always working very hard and producing an amazing piece of Learning Log homework.
Excellent attitude to learning - super helper and for always having lovely manners and a smiley face.
For always working hard and for always being kind to others.
For such a positive start in a new school. Sophia is so ready to listen and learn and always tries her best.
For her positive attitude to learning. Beautiful manners and for always offering to help around the classroom.
Excellent attitude to learning. Always works hard and asks for additional work to support her learning. A pleasure to teach.
For always working hard in everything she does and for having confidence to ask for help when needed.
For being such a focused pupil and growing in confidence this half term.
Excellent attitude to learning, always striving to do better and challenge himself. Continuously participating in class and has been helpful to his both teacher and his peers.
For showing such a calm and mature nature to life in year 6 and working hard to achieve personal targets even when they are difficult.
For having a fantastic attitude towards her learning and wanting to be independent.
For understanding that the most important thing in school, and in life, is being kind. A well behaved and beautifully mannered young lady. A pleasure to teach.
Working hard, listening carefully and for taking pride in her work.
For displaying some lovely manners to both adults and children. (Mr Welch)
For showing kindness to others during the Year 4 Camp Out. (Mrs Bithrey)
For having a positive and enthusiastic attitude towards her learning, particularly in our reading group. (Mr Hayden)
Consistent hard work especially in maths and P.E. Great attitude to his learning - he doesn't always find the work easy but uses great perseverance to achieve his goals. (Mrs Harrison)
For showing maturity and kindness towards a new pupil who was upset on their first day at Breakfast Club. (Mrs Hughes)
For learning to persevere. When she found Computing difficult, she kept on trying. Her confidence has grown, she follows all instructions and is able to help her partner when needed. She takes part in lessons and is a fantastic student. (Miss Phillip)
For working hard, taking pride in her work and showing lovely manners all the time. (Miss Jahan)