Celebration Assembly – 22nd April 2022
Despite it being a short week, the children returned from the Easter holidays happy and ready to work and they showed that there were still plenty of chances to amaze their teachers with their hard work and determination to succeed.
We started the KS1 assembly this week by awarding Yousif his termly achievement award for his efforts during the spring term. Well done Yousif, you have made so much progress since joining us and have certainly amazed your teachers.
Well done to our KS1 & KS2 winners shown below for earning achievement certificates for demonstrating such attributes as concentration, outstanding effort, applying their learning, all round hard work, sharing their knowledge, independent working, forging great friendships and for recalling previous learning.
This week we gave out 16 key word certificates in KS1 to those children that have been working hard to learn all of the different sets of words. A special mention goes to Annabel for earning her gold medal, meaning that she knows all of her key words. Well done Annabel – a great achievement!
Huge congratulations go to Avie for being our KS1 buddy award winner this week. Thank you for helping others and being a great role model to the rest of your class.
We always love awarding pen licences because they demonstrate consistent improvement in handwriting over a period of time and this week we got to give out five! Well done to Skye (4B) and Reggie, Billy, Lyric and Tyrese in Year 3 for earning this prestigious award.
For their great performance and calmness when adapting to a new PE teacher, 1B won the Class PE Superstars award, while Parker in Class 3MA, won the individual award for his super effort in PE lessons and when training with the Kurling team. Well done all!
Our whole school attendance returned to a more ‘normal’ figure this week with attendance recorded at 95.3% across the school. In KS1 the attendance cup went to Class 1C with a brilliant 99.2% which was only bettered by Class 4S who won the KS2 attendance cup with a perfect 100%. Wow!
It was a victory for Stirling (Blue) team in the KS1 Team cup this week, while in KS2 we had joint winners as both Caernarfon (Yellow) and Windsor (Red) shared the cup.
It was a good week for Windsor who have closed the gap on Caernarfon in the race for the Friars Cup but there is still a long way to go! Who will be the champion come July? You’ll have to wait and see!
Congratulations to all of our winners this week!