We are constantly looking for and rewarding excellent behaviour across the school. Superstars are members of our school who demonstrate excellent behaviour and make our school a great place to be. Each week a Superstar is selected from each class for their positive behaviour; we also have a lunchtime superstar chosen by the midday supervisors and a headteacher’s superstar too. Superstars are announced during Friday’s Celebration Assembly. Their names and the reason they were chosen are recorded in a special book, they are presented with certificates to take home. Superstars are also proudly displayed in the main entrance hall of the school.
Stars of the Week 22nd November 2021
Holly Class Star of the Week:
For doing so well at coming into school in the mornings, quickly getting settled and ready to work. Isaac is also a kind and helpful member of the class. We are so proud of you!
Willow Class Star of the Week:
For trying really hard in Read Write Inc. this week. Tommy has been persevering with his writing and sounds and we are very proud of the effort and enthusiasm he has shown! Keep it up Tommy!
Beech Class Star of the Week:
For being a considerate member of class at tidy up time, trying really hard with sounding out new words this week and showing your best signing in singing assembly. Well done!
Maple Class Star of the Week:
For detailed and careful drawing in Art this week. George took his time, concentrated and produced some fabulous work. Well done George!
Laurel Class Star of the Week:
For being very responsible in relaying a very important message on Wednesday. She listened carefully to instructions, remained calm and was very helpful. Noorallah you were a star!
Sycamore Class Star of the Week:
For trying his very best in his independent learning, even when there are different teachers working in class, Jason has made the same level of effort. We're really proud of you Jason, well done!
MSA Star of the Week:
For coming happily into the hall at lunchtime, sitting with her friends and eating more of her lunch. Well done Sophia, keep it up!