Learners of the Week

Jungle

Woodland

Year 1: This week Harry is our learner of the week. It has not gone unnoticed how hard you are working to improve your spelling. Not only are you spelling words correctly in your spelling test, you are also spelling them correctly in your writing. Keep up the hard work Harry!

Year 2: Our learner of the week is Tom. I have been very impressed with yur positive attitude towards your learning, across all areas of the curriculum. You are listening carefully, showing perseverance and producing some very pleasing pieces of work. Well done Tom!

Ocean

Year 3: Our year 3 learner of the week is Barnaby. I was really impressed with Barnaby’s final draft of his story which we have been working on. He worked really hard to include all of the elements from the learning ladder and carefully improved his work. Well done Barnaby!

Year 4: Our year 4 learner of the week is Sebbie. I have been really impressed with Sebbie’s attitude towards his learning recently. He has been working hard on all of his tasks and has produced some excellent work as a result. Well done Sebbie.

Desert

Jungle

Reception: This week our learner of the week is Grace. She has shown such a Have a Go Gorilla attitude recently, putting so much effort into all of our learning activities. Well done Grace!

Woodland

Year 1: This week Toby is our learner of the week. I have been so impressed with Toby's improvement in his reading. He is reading more fluently and using phonics to help him read unfamiliar words. Keep up the hard work Toby!

Year 2: Our learner of the week is Seth. This week Seth has shown perseverance and patience when completing his Water Lily Pond in the style of Monet. It was lovely to watch him carefully complete his picture, without rushing, and as a result has produced some great art work. Well done Seth!

Ocean

Year 3: Our year 3 learner of the week is all of Year 3. I have been really impressed with their attitude towards their assessments this week. They have all worked really hard and shown what they are able to do. Well done to all of them!

Year 4: Our year 4 learner of the week is all of Year 4. They have all worked really hard this week during their assessments and should be proud of their achievements. Well done Year 4.

Desert

Year 5: Our learner of the week is Sydney. Sydney has focussed well when writing her formal letter this week. She has thought carefully about the accurate use of a variety of punctuation. Well done Sydney!

Year 6: Our learner of the week is Isabelle R. When editing her writing this week, Isabelle has made improvements to her content, structure and punctuation. She should be proud of her development in her writing during year 6. Well done Isabelle!

Jungle

Reception: Our learner of the week this week is Lottie. Lottie has really impressed us with how she has dealt with a recent challenge. Despite a broken collar bone she has faced every challenge with gusto and a big smile! She has still been determined to join in with everything she can and couldn't wait to be able to write again. Well done Lottie!

Woodland

Year 1: This week Layton is our learner of the week. It has not gone unnoticed how hard Layton has been working this week. In Science, when describing how our Sunflower had changed, he included lots of detail to explain his observations. Layton also remembered capital letters, finger spaces and full stops. Well done Layton!

Year 2: Our learner of the week is Meg. I am very impressed with Meg's attitude towards her learning across all areas of the curriculum. Meg listens carefully and perseveres when the task is a littl challenging. Keep up the hard work Meg!

Ocean

Year 3: Our year 3 learner of the week is Barnaby. Barnaby has been a ‘persevering parrot’ with his work this week. If he has found one of our revision tasks challenging, he has not given up and has tried really hard to complete it. Well done Barnaby!

Year 4: Our year 4 learner of the week is Darcie. I have been really impressed with Darcie’s attitude towards her work this week. During our revision sessions, she has been working carefully through the tasks given drawing on all of her prior knowledge. Well done Darcie!

Desert

Year 5: Our learner of the week is Ella. I was impressed with Ella challenging herself in her writing today and trying to include some technical punctuation. With a little support, Ella used a colon to mark an independent clause accurately. Good job Ella!

Year 6: Our learner of the week is Ava. Ava has worked really hard in class this week, even though she has injured her dominant writing hand. I have been impressed by Ava's dedication and 'get on with it' attitude. Well done Ava!

Jungle

Reception:Our Learners of the week are Ryan and Lily. Ryan for his concentration and hard work during his writing time and for being so much more independant. Lily has also been working very hard with her letters and sounds and her writing. Well done to both of you!

Woodland

Year 1: This week Gracie is our learner of the week. She has been listening carefully and persevering when she has found the task a little challenging. As a result, Gracie has produced some very pleasing pieces of work. Well done Gracie!

Year 2: Our learner of the week is Annie. I have been very impressed with the effort Annie has put in this week, especially in Science and Maths. She has listened carefully to instructions and competed her task independently. Keep up the hard work Annie!

Ocean

Year 3: Our year 3 learner of the week is Eli. I have been so impressed with Eli’s attitude towards his work this week. He has been trying really hard during lessons and has been working his way up the learning ladder. He has also completed his homework at home which is something that he finds difficult. Well done Eli!

Year 4: Our year 4 learner of the week is Jess. Jess has been working really hard during maths lessons over the past few weeks. She has been listening carefully and working hard on her independent tasks. Well done Jess!

Desert

Year 5: We have two learners of the week: Matilda and Bobbie. Matilda has been a curious cat this week. She has listened well and then has asked some really thoughtful questions to increase her understanding further. I have also been impressed with Bobbie during this week. Bobbie has shown a mature attitude and been incredibly focussed in our lessons. Well done to you both.

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