Friday, 30 April 2021

Reception Awards 30.04.2021

A super well done to this week's award winners! You have all worked incredibly hard and have been rewarded for your tremendous attitude and effort! Excellent work Reception!

E for Excellence


Bruno, for his fantastic attitude to learning! It is amazing to see you confidently participating in your lessons! Keep it up!


Amari, for always trying your best in the math sessions. You have worked super hard  this week solving addition problems using a number line and ten frame.


Max - for your amazing effort in maths this week. You worked hard solving the addition 

problems and writing your addition number sentences! Well Done Max!

  Star Writers 
Fire, for your fantastic writing about your Caterpillar. It was great to see you sounding out the words and giving it a go. I enjoyed hearing that your caterpillar was ‘beautiful’. Fantastic work.

George for your excellent ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’ life cycle of a butterfly work. You used your phonic knowledge to write your words.

Joseph - for your excellent work on ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’ Life cycle. You independently identify and write the initial sounds for each part of the cycle. You should be very proud of yourself.
Well done Joseph!

Learning Power Awards
These are the key skills that our children will need to learn effectively in class and to be successful later in life. 

These children have shown interdependence, collaborated effectively, listened to others, displayed empathy and have imitated effective  ideas and methods from others. 
This has been awarded to:
Mya, for being super kind to your friends during outside play. It is great to see the turn taking you are doing with your peers.

These pupils have planned carefully, revised ideas, identified key features and can talk about their learning. 
This has been awarded to: 
Melody for working hard at home on your maths and being able to come to school and confidently talk about the number work you that had completed.

These pupils have been curious about learning, made links between ideas, shown imagination, reasoned methodically and capitalised on resources. 
This has been awarded to:
Ryan, for creating your own set of RWI cards using resources available in class. It is fabulous to see you eager to learn all the sounds and teach them to your class mates.

Nashwan for creating your own RWI cards in class during our self-led learning.  Lovely seeing you teach your peers. What a positive role model you are!

Batool,for your excellent math pattern work. You created patterns using objects in the classroom during the self-led sessions. Well done Batool!

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