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Celebration Assembly – 5th May 2023

The school was adorned with red, white and blue today as we celebrated the coronation of King Charles III. We also had cause to celebrate the great learning that has been taking place during the week.


KS1 Awards

Well done to our KS1certificate winners this week who were awarded certificates for a great range of reasons including:

  • working hard in maths

  • great skipping skills in PE

  • asking thoughtful questions

  • joining in and enjoying the Year 1 educational visit

  • being a good example to others

  • using great subject specific vocabulary

  • self-editing writing and using brackets

  • amazing independent writing




Buddy Awards

Our buddies this week were nominated for; being helpful and kind, helping a friend who was lonely and being a really kind friend. Well done to Harry, Oliver, Bessie and Mark for demonstrating these very kind skills to help others.




Rainbow Readers

Congratulations to Harvey in Year 2 and Harrison in Year 1, who earnt their violet and silver Rainbow Reader awards respectively this week.


Key Word Certificates

Congratulations also to the children earning their key word certificates this week. We gave out 15 certificates in total and had a special celebration as Nicky received his gold medal for learning ALL of his key words. Well done to Nicky!



Computing class of the half term

This week Class 1BU won the computing class of the week award for their amazing start to programming using Scratch Junior. Their efforts to add a sprite and background were recognised by Mrs Pinckney and they deservedly fought off the challenge of other classes to win the award. Mollie collected the certificate on behalf of her class.




Attendance

In KS1, 1BU won the attendance cup for the second week running with a near perfect 99.6%, easily the best attendance across the whole school.

In KS2, Class 4S won the attendance cup with their figure of 97.1%

Our overall whole school attendance stood at 93% this week.


Team Points

It was a very close battle to win the team cup in KS1 with Stirling narrowly pipping Caernarfon to take the victory. In KS2 it was a one horse race as Stormont stormed to victory to win the KS2 team Cup.

Stirling continue to lead in the race for the Friars Cup with Stormont leading the challenge in second place.




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