Celebration Assembly – 18th March 2022
This week as always, we celebrated the hard work and effort of all our children!
In KS1 certificates were awarded for careful listening, great attitude to outdoor learning, focused writing, making links to previous learning, extending sentences with adjectives, great times table work, following instructions and applying the methods taught in maths to solve calculations!
Well done to our KS1 winners below:
We also gave out two Buddy awards for showing kindness, helpfulness and a caring nature to others. Thank you to our buddies shown below for being good friends and role models to their peers.
It was another tough week of termly assessments so it was great to hear about the progress the children have made over the term as well as the great things they have done this week. In addition to all of the hard work, focus, concentration, commitment and effort given in their tests, certificates were also awarded for; times table brilliance, super key word work, all round brilliant behaviour, kindness to others, super 3 tick answers to explain map work, fabulous fractions work, great reading, improvements in writing and great enthusiasm to their topic work.
Our KS2 winners are shown below:
Well done to Evie (6G) who was awarded her pen licence this week and Tyler R (6G) who was our individual Sports Superstar for impressing his sports coaches and teachers with his superb table tennis skills.
6G also won the class sports award for brilliant listening and following of instructions during their PE lessons, very important skills for sporting success.
This week our assembly ‘shout outs’ went to:
The whole of Class 3ML for their excellent attitude towards their tests this week. We are very proud of you!
Mrs Witt, Mrs Scotchford and 5BW for being amazing hosts on Monday to Mrs Fletcher, a visitor and ex-teacher at Friars.
The whole of Class 2S for their amazing computer work and the progress made over the past few weeks with behaviour when in the computer suite.
Thank you to Mrs Bennett, Mrs James, Mr Roche and Mr Telling for being interviewed by the children in Year 5 this week.
The whole of Class 3JD for working so hard on their tests and listening intently when addressing misconceptions.
Our wonderful year 6 lunchtime helper again this week was Jenna (6G)
This week it was a Year 1 class again that took the attendance cup for KS1 as 1C recorded a brilliant 98%. However, it was Class 3JD that recorded the best attendance in school with an amazing 99.3% to win the KS2 cup - Well done!
Stirling collected the most points in KS1 this week to win the team cup, while in KS2 it was Caernarfon who won the weekly team cup to secure their lead in the race for the Friars Cup.
Well done to Caernarfon who are the first team to reach the 500 point milestone. Are the other teams up for the challenge of trying to catch them?….of course they are!