Stars of the Week – 12 January 2018

Infant Star of the Week

Class 5 – Year 2 – Lula

Overall star of the week for Infants is Lula from Class 5.

Lula is a quiet and hard working member of the class. She listens well to instructions and is quick to settle down to her work. She is very thorough in her approach, not rushing but thinking and completing work to the best of her ability. Lula is also very friendly, with a lovely smile, polite and helpful. Well done, keep the great work 

Mrs Daniels



Junior Star of the Week

Class 9 – Year 4 –  Jake

Jake is a very keen learner. He is self-motivated and hard working. At the end of last term we were learning about Modern Europe in Geography and had a competition to see who could learn the most capital cities. He learnt all of the capital cities on our list. Although we did some of this learning in class, it was a homework challenge and he did lots of extra work at home. He also works hard on three-minute maths, speed tables and reading at home and because of this he really deserves star of the week.

Mrs Hamilton/ Mrs Peck



Class Stars of the Week

Class 2 – Reception – Alice

Class 2’s star of the week is Alice. This week Alice has done some brilliant work in maths and showed the class a great method of counting on to find a missing number.  She has worked really hard in phonics on our new sounds as well as remembering all our sounds from last term. In PE she joined in with all our activities and helped her team to win the beanbag game, as well as being one of the first children to get changed for PE. Well- done Alice on a great first week back at school! 

Miss Nidds


Class 4 – Year 1- Alfie

This weeks star of the week is Alfie. Alfie is incredible. He always listens and concentrates. Whenever I ask a question in class, Alfie is the first person to put up his hand to offer an answer. He is so enthusiastic, it is lovely to see. Alfie works really hard with his written work as well. Thank you Alfie for working so hard. Keep up the great work. 

Miss Ryan


Class 6 – Year 2 – Obi B

The star of the week in Class 6 is Obi. Since joining Year 2, Obi has been working extremely hard in all area of the curriculum. He always faces new challenges with a positive attitude and has recently demonstrated that he has the courage and perseverance to complete a variety of  ‘Maths Mastery Challenges.’ Obi has also been working hard to improve his handwriting skills and I am happy to see that he is now beginning to add flicks to his letters to join them together.

Well done Obi and keep up the hard work.

Mrs Ruffell


Class 8 – Year 3 – Jasmine W

I am delighted to say that Class 8’s star to the week is Jasmine.  Jasmine is working really hard in all areas of her schoolwork and has made great progress in spelling and grammar during the run up to Christmas.  She always works very hard during class lessons and is now sharing her great ideas with her class during class discussions.  Jasmine has made very good progress in spellings and is able to recognise root words in spelling which can then help her tackle more complex words with prefixes and suffixes.  She is always enthusiastic, has a great sense of humour and is always kind to her friends.  Well-done Jasmine.

Mrs Conners


Class 10 – Year 4 – Clarissa R

Since we have returned from the school holidays Clarissa has is making a lot more effort in all aspects of the classroom. She has now become one of the first members of the class to put her hand up and answer a tricky question. Clarissa is also able to explain her answers carefully and with justification. As well as in lessons Clarissa has also become extremely efficient and independent. Along with the other girls on her table, she is always the first to clear away without fuss and is sat quietly ready for the next instruction. This is a huge improvement and I am delighted to see this positive change in her. Well done Clarissa! Miss Simpson

Miss Simpson


Class 12 – Year 5 – Jamie T

This week, Jamie has brought in some amazing homework. He has made a Lego spacecraft and buggy against a moon surface background framed in a shoebox. This links to our recent Earth and Space work in Science. You might say it is out of this world! I have been also been pleased with Jamie’s improved attitude to learning. He has been working harder, much faster and is getting tasks completed to a better standard. Keep it up Jamie!

Mr Peck


Class 14 – Year 6 – Alfie Channon

The star of the week in class 14 this week is Alfie Channon. Whenever Alfie comes into the class, he always asks if he can do anything to help. At the end of each lesson, he always offers to tidy things away, even if they are not his own. In short, Alfie is an extremely helpful young man who always sets a fantastic example by his actions. Well-done Alfie, great work!

Mr Wise