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Star of the Week

1/12/17 - Sam Thornhill

                Sam has shown great improvement recently in two areas which have both contributed to his receiving of this award.  Sam has                        worked hard on his handwriting and presentation of work and now contributes more in lessons, playing a more active role in what                  we are doing in class. Well done Sam, keep working hard to achieve all that you can.


24/11/17 - Connie Hallam

                   Connie is a confident reader who clearly enjoys her ability to understand what she reads.  Her best skill and the reason for being                     selected as Star Reader is being able to talk in detail about what she has read, commenting on reasons for actions, forming and                       justifying opinions on any genre of text.  Keep up the great effort Connie, you are doing very well.


17/11/17 - Layla Holt

                   Layla shows great enthusiasm, thought and care in her work. The effort and determination that Layla shows to get as much as                         she can from each lesson is incredible and explains why she is a pleasure to have in class. Keep putting in this effort Layla, you                         are doing wonderful things!


3/11/17 - Danny Wheeldon

                 Danny has been chosen to be our Star Writer because of his use of language, awareness and consistency in use of punctuation                       and the fact that his writing is simply a pleasure to read.  Your imagination and ability to engage readers with excellent language                     choices is a true talent Danny, please continue to write with such flair. You can find Danny's most recent piece of writing on                       the wonderwall!


19/10/17 - Henry Jack

                   Henry is a very bright, positive and enthusiastic member of Birch Class but has especially impressed me this week with his ability                     to discuss topics in a very mature, yet opinionated approach.  As part of his role as School Councillor, Henry held a lively debate                     with some members of the class, always explaining his opinions with clarity and maturity. Well done, please continue this Henry!


13/10/17 - Lucie Ironmonger

                  What a wonderful young lady Lucie is.  She is the definition of a role-model and shows anybody who needs it, how to conduct                        themselves in school.  Lucie's work is always accurate, neat and her best.  She has a kind-hearted nature and behaves impeccably                    both in the classroom and on the playground.  Thank you and I'm sure you will continue your fine approach to school life!


6/10/17 - Evan Reeves

                 Evan has shown HUGE knowledge, enthusiasm and effort in English recently during our 'Dragons' topic. His speed of thought and                   quality of contribution has lit up some lessons and as a result, I can't wait to read and enjoy his writing. Well done Evan, keep up                     this superb work.


29/9/17 - Shannon Edwards

                 What a joy Shannon is to teach, she surpasses my expectations in her amount and quality of contributions to lessons by always                       putting her hand up to join in.  She puts every effort into making not only her work but other people's work better, thank you for                   being such a positive member of Birch Class.


22/9/17 - Taylor Keeble

                Taylor has made a great start to the year and simply will not settle for anything other than her BEST work. She has really driven                        herself to create and write a fantastic epitaph this week, well done Taylor, keep up the great work.


15/9/17 - Jake Cooper

                 Jake has earned Birch Class's first Star of the Week for this year by showing great focus, application and effort in all that he has                       done. He has made a great start to the year and I look forward to him continuing in such a positive manner, well done Jake.