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Good Marks Assembly

This week’s House Team winners are the YELLOWS! Lots of points this week, we had massive numbers from our teams so that means lots of great behaviour, focus and determination in class and excellence overall.

Commendations were awarded mainly for class work – “writing a really good Grimm tale”, “demonstration of excellence across the board” and “excellent changes in behaviour, attitude and work from beginning of term to now”.

Merits this week were awarded for “excellence”. Year 3 gained a class merit for their fantastic work collectively on a history project, whilst our other pupils were awarded merits for displays of excellent behaviour, excellent work ethic, excellent attitude around school and towards peers and staff, as well as being an excellent role model!

Mrs Chiverrell pointed out how well our Year 1s have been doing and brought to our attention how high their merit scores have been for the past few weeks. “Our Year 1 class has showed excellent focus, excellent attention and behaviour, excellent work ethic and have been excellent role models, something which we can all learn from! Although sometimes their work is extremely hard, they never give up! I have walked past their classroom plenty of times recently to see them sitting with such focus and really engaging with their teacher. We can all learn a lot from our Year 1s attitude at school, we must find that determination, drive and focus so that we may progress and do our best. Very well done to them.”

 

Our Year 5 and 6 pupils took part in the annual Primary Maths Challenge. We’d like to say Congratulations & a big WELL DONE to all our marvellous Mathematicians standing proudly with their gold, silver and bronze PMC Maths certificates in today’s Good Marks Assembly!

Ms Griffiths added, “we are all really proud of the effort the children put in and great work to those who won bronze, silver and gold. We’re looking forward to hearing back from Primary Maths Challenge whether anyone has progressed to the next round!”

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