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Spring Week 2


We had a lovely start to our assembly this morning when we were given the opportunity to view some of the beautiful artwork our Year 6 potential scholars have been working on.

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Autumn Week 10

There were lots of awards to catch up on this week and it was great to see so many children acknowledged for various things around the school. Oscar B-K was a Citizen of the Week for being a thoughtful and considerate young man, Saffi and Charlie G were awarded for always being respectful and considerate of others, Ted is a supportive classmate, always happy to celebrate everyone’s success, Ollie W was recognised for being helpful and sensible in maths and finally, Lexi N and Poppy were made Citizens of the week for their positive attitude around the school. The kitchen staff also asked for all the Middle School children to be commended for their help in clearing the lunch tables.
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Autumn Week 5

We began our assembly discussing goals and challenges and how we might achieve them. The children themselves talked about dedication, determination and resilience. This nicely led on to our first award which was to Maisie for bravery in horse riding. Maisie had a nasty fall last term but has been incredibly brave and determined and has ‘got back on the horse’! Well done, Maisie.

Citizen of the Week awards stretched right across the year groups today. Harry P was nominated for his manners and social skills in breakfast club, Ben D for always being so polite and courteous around school, Mia F for her conscientious attitude and helpfulness in games, Sam B for being so supportive of his peers, Emily S for always being kind and helpful, Max E for being so considerate, Jack P for being polite and considerate, Tristen A for his generosity and Ollie R for never complaining about having to work one handed (with the wrong hand!) while he is in plaster. Angelica-May was given the only Head’s Award this week for her diligent approach to her spellings.
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Autumn Week 2 & 3

It has been a busy and successful start to the term with many certificates awarded across the school.

Just in the last two weeks the following children have been awarded a Citizen of the Week certificate:
Jamie O and Olivia R who were both seen to be very helpful in the dining room; Scarlett, Felicity and Oscar T for being such kind and thoughtful friends; Amelia F for helping her peers in lessons; William E, Wilson, Ryan, Heidi and Clara-Rose were rewarded for a good deed at the end of last term when they helped to clear all the chairs after Speech Day; Safia and Lara were also recognised for being kind in horse riding and showing good leadership skills for the beginners.
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