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Spring 2 News Week 2 March 4th 2022

Good morning,

We had a great day celebrating World Book Day in school yesterday. Everyone got into the spirit of the day and enjoyed a range of activities, including a costume parade in assembly and visiting the Book Swap Stall.

Mrs Cope also organised for an award-winning author/illustrator, Catherine Rayner, to perform a live digital event to Key Stage 1. Catherine spoke about what it’s like to be an author and illustrator, shared some of her stories, as well as drawing live. We also had the legendary children’s poet and author Michael Rosen for KS2 performing a live digital event in the afternoon. Michael performed some of his poems, spoke about the importance and joy of poetry and gave tips on how to start writing your own!

Today we are celebrating by giving certificates to children who have been nominated by their class teachers for demonstrating our school values.

Spain Class

Paisley Mathieson for seating throughout lessons and for working on sitting on the carpet during the register.
Evie Cutts for doing extra work at home, drawing and labelling her own beanstalk.

Mexico Class

Minnie Taylor for tenacity in reading and reading independently.
Charley Nettleship for scholarship in writing. Charley is beginning to write some sentences with independence.

Australia Class

Sam Strafford  for  showing scholarship by always completing all homework set to a high standard.
Rudie Lawton for showing  scholarship by developing a very good understanding of our Maths topic money and  contributing enthusiastically in lessons.

Madagascar Class

Harvey Globe for showing scholarship by improving his handwriting.
Kaden Hirst for showing empathy by being a kind, supportive friend

Japan Class

Stanley Hurley for his scholarship shown in lessons. Stanley has given great contributions to all of our lessons this week and has shown a great understanding of his new learning.
Ethan Dawson for showing empathy on Wednesday towards a new student in Year 4 when being partners.
Also the whole of Year 4 for showing kindness and welcoming our new student on Wednesday during their first visit.

Chile Class

Amelie Clemitshaw Wright – for displaying outstanding curiosity when striving hard to improve her reading.Issy Frost – for displaying outstanding scholarship by continuously having high expectations of her own performance.

Syowa Class

Lily Gillespie for showing resilience, having a positive attitude and responding to feed back to further improve learning.
Jackson Aspinall for working hard, having high expectations and working hard to achieve goals.

Well done everyone for all your hard work.

Have a lovely weekend everyone.

Miss Blagden

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