Weekly Celebrations with LOTS to celebrate!

We had LOTS to celebrate in our Celebration Assembly this week – well done everyone!


Acorn Awards (earning House Points with two pupils chosen per class; awarded by teachers for class-based work / learning attitudes):

  • Charlie – super maths
  • Freddie– for great English
  • Maggie– for a super attitude -what a star!
  • Magnus– for great maths this week
  • Amelia– for lots of hard work this week and a positive attitude
  • Mia– for her sporting superstardom!
  • Emelia– for trying hard all week
  • Zander– for super independent dragon writing

In Bumblebees, Cody achieved Star of the Week:

Congratulations to Sebastien for showing our school value of ‘perseverance’ in his maths lessons too.

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

Grade 1 Violin

We were very proud to see Arthur receive his certificate for Grade 1 Violin. He explained to us what he had to do to achieve it and how he practises. Well done Arthur, keep up the dedicated attitude towards music.

A special deed

It has come to our attention that one member of our school made a particularly special gesture over Christmas. Freddie (Year 5 Owls) received a Christmas gift of money (£50!)  from a relative – but he chose to donate all of this money to the Food Bank! We are so very proud of Freddie for making such kind and thoughtful choices; he has been recommended for a Headteacher’s Award for this act of kindness. Well done Freddie – what an inspiration!

Sportshall Athletics 

On Tuesday, a team of athletes attended the Corbet School for their annual Sportshall Athletics Event.

Overall, we were very proud to come 3rd (out of 8 schools). Our Girls Squad finished 4th – an impressive result considering our team were Y4, 5 and 6 girls facing squads of Year 6! Meanwhile, we are delighted to announce the Boys Squad finished 2nd! This means they qualify for the North Shropshire Finals Event later in Spring – well done boys!

A special mention to Charlie who confidently took part as a Year 4 – she was not daunted by racing against older girls.

Also to Mia who won BOTH of her fielding events (javelin and chest push!), Elliot who won his long jump competition and Arthur who won the vertical high jump.