Weekly Celebrations 26.4.24

Here are this week’s awards…

Weekly Celebrations 

School Value Ambassadors (earning House Points with one pupil chosen each week per year group, awarded by teachers for showing one of our school values):

Year 6 – Brooke for ‘Respect’ – For putting 100% effort into all lessons and being so kind and respectful to everyone.


Year 5 Tilly for ‘Friendship & Wisdom” – For being a lovely member of Owl Class every day, showing kindness and friendship to all classmates and participating in every lesson.

Year 4 Scarlett for ‘Friendship & Hope’ – Scarlett has settled into Dragonfly Class, making lots of new friends and working hard. Well done Scarlett!

Year 3 Sid for ‘Perseverance’ – For learning how to start again and persevere when you find things difficult.


Year 2 Florence for ‘Friendship’, ‘Love’ and ‘Respect’: Florence is a super friend to everyone. She is kind, helpful and respectful. Well done Florence, keep it up!

Year 1 Jackson for ‘Perseverance’ & ‘Wisdom’ – Jackson is becoming a fantastic writer. He is trying hard to keep his writing neat and he is using his phonics to help spell any words he is not sure of.

Reception Elsie for ‘Hope & Perseverance’ – Elsie has a brilliant attitude to learning and works really hard in all her lessons. Her ‘can do’ positive attitude and perseverance is amazing – you are super Elsie!

Raffle ticket winners (awarded by staff for lining-up or behaviour around school)

Other achievements…

Lucy has received her ‘Technical Climber’ certificate of achievement. Well done Lucy, it sounded like you had to do some quite tricky climbs to achieve this!

Blake received his ‘Water Safety’ Level 3 award, we can’t wait to see him in action at swimming over the next few weeks.

Our half marathon runners! What a fantastic achievement for everybody involved, it was lovely to see our school values shine through the children last Saturday.

An extra special mention…

India inspired us all with her efforts this week! India has chosen to donate her hair to the ‘Little Princess Trust’ – a charity that provides real hair wigs, free of charge, to children and young people who have lost their own hair through cancer. India was inspired to do this after knowing what a difference a real hair wig has made to people close to her. She is also raising money for Little Princess Trust to help produce the wigs. If you would like to donate towards this fantastic cause, India will be bringing her sponsorship form in next week. Well done India, we are all very proud of you and the difference you are making.

Congratulations to all our winners this week!