Celebration Assembly – 29th April 2022
This week in Key Stage 1 certificates were awarded around independence, great effort, having a brilliant attitude to learning and for making super progress in all of their learning.
In Key Stage 2, Mrs Pinckney started our assembly by awarding two certificates to our ‘computing masterminds’ for solving problems in computing.
We then heard how awards were given out in Year 3 for increased participation in lessons, brilliant times tables effort, musical brilliance, for generally working so hard and having a great attitude to learning.
Year 4 children had impressed their teachers with their increased answering of questions in maths and English and for being ‘A Font of World War II knowledge’ during their historical learning.
The skills of careful listening, applying knowledge, perseverance and effort were awarded in Year 5, while in Year 6 it was similar attributes that earned awards; applying existing knowledge to new concepts, working conscientiously across the curriculum, making great progress, attention to detail in art and all round effort and attainment in their learning.
Well done to all of our certificate winners this week.
Thanks and a big well done to Ralph, our KS1 Buddy award winner this week, who looked after a friend when they needed help. Thank you being a great role model to the rest of the children in KS1.
Four pen licences were awarded this week for consistently brilliant joined handwriting. Congratulations to Layla, Everly, Jessica and Alfie for this great achievement.
Both Year 4 classes took our PE Superstar awards this week, for their amazing effort, concentration and skill during their athletics lessons this week. Edward and Felicity collected the awards on behalf of 4B and 4S.
This week the KS1 cup went back to Year 2, as Class 2B recorded 98.8% attendance. However, it was 6D in KS2, who recorded the best in school attendance figure of 99.3% to win the attendance cup for the first time this year. Mrs Dyer was certainly very pleased and even photo-bombed the certificates winners picture in her excitement!
It was the second weekly victory in a row for Stirling (Blue team) as they were the runaway winners in the KS1 Team cup this week. It was much closer in KS2 as Windsor (The Reds) won by just the one point to take the KS2 Team Cup.
Both Windsor and Caernarfon have reached the 600 mark in the race for the Friars Cup, while Stirling are following closely behind. Despite being a little off the pace, Stormont have been challenged to have a really good week ahead. Let’s see how they do next week!
Congratulations to all of our winners this week!