GOOD WORK CERTIFICATES WERE PRESENTED TO:
Georgina for her super re telling of the Owl Babies story, we were all impressed with her beautiful handwriting as well as the accuracy of the story. Congratulations to Belle for her great description of a monster which she will be using in her Beowulf story later, Miss Best was really pleased with your descriptive language.
Charlie has been working super hard with the presentation of his work, his handwriting has improved hugely, all down to his perseverance and determination to do well!
Rose has been using lots of different strategies to help with the spelling of words in her written work, we were so pleased to see how well she had spelt some really tricky words. Leonie amazed us all with her astonishingly good description of a fantasy setting and Adelaide’s kind and caring nature has been noted by Miss Best and we were delighted to present this award to her.
Well done to this week’s star readers, Maxwell has been doing lots of reading at home and shows great enthusiasm for reading. Joe has been enjoying Oak Class’ novel and has been learning about the Anglo Saxons whilst reading it and Isla has been working hard with her reading and has recently become a free reader. Congratulations to you all!
Congratulations to this week’s sporting stars. Jamie has worked hard to make excellent progress with his swimming. Henry has impressed Mr House with his gymnastics in class and Alfie has been coaching some of Fox Class as well as contributing well to all aspects of PE.
Congratulations to all of our award winners!
Well done to this week’s star readers, Yasmin reads with great expression and intonation and has made sure she writes daily comments in her reading diary. Cassie has become a free reader and is looking forward to be able to read whatever she likes. She is already enjoying the third Harry Potter novel! Sonny has recently moved up to Lime Band, he reads with great expression and enthusiasm. Well done to you all!
This week’s sporting stars are Alister and Angali. Alister has been impressing Miss Jackson with his excellent defending skills in netball in particular interception and Angali has amazed Miss Best with her skipping perseverance she is able to skip 243 times in 2 minutes and keeps getting better and better – WOW!
A huge congratulations to our cross country runners, eight of whom competed in the South Norfolk competition on November 5th. Alfie came 1st in the year 5 boys category and Cassie came 4th. Both are through to the next round. Well done to all the runners who competed enthusiastically and with determination. For more information, check out the PE blog.
Well done to all of our headteacher award winners this week. Evangeline designed and made a beautifully intricate Anglo Saxon brooch, she described in detail how she had made it. Freya has shown great resilience and perseverance in maths this week challenging herself with addition skills. The presentation of her work was super! Honor has used a class story map to re tell the story of Beowulf, she read out her opening which we all enjoyed and we were all impressed with her handwriting. Albie has impressed Mrs Ward with his maths this week, he is really enjoying the challenges in year 2 and the presentation of his work is excellent. Finley joined our school in September and Mrs Ward is very impressed with how quickly he has settled. He has been working hard with his cursive handwriting and all the staff have commented on how polite he is! Finally a huge well done to Brady for scoring twice as many marks in his latest grammar assessment compared to the start of the year – what an achievement!
We are extremely proud of all our award winners.
Priya has been awarded her Acting Grade 1 Solo certificate. She did exceptionally well to achieve distinction!
On 29th October, Miss Hanton organised a quiz for the whole school, each team was made up of children from each year group and they answered lots of questions together. The VIPs were the eventual winning team. Well done to you all!
Congratulations to all our award winners this week. Our star readers were: Anthony,who read lots over the half term holiday, Isabelle, for her enthusiasm for reading and Megan for always writing her comments in her reading record.
Well done to our sporting stars this week, Leila for the effort she puts into the Daily Mile and also for the support she gives to other members of Badger Class and Noah for his enthusiasm in all PE lessons.
Massive congratulations to the cross country runners who represented the school brilliantly at the Cluster Cross Country event on 18th October – here they are receiving their participation certificates. Good luck to those who are through to the South Norfolk event next Tuesday – check out the P.E. blog for more photos and information.
HEAD TEACHER’S AWARD WINNERS
Congratulations to all our award winners this week. Bertie and Atlas have both written a super story based on the ‘Paper Dolls’ story, Mrs Ward was really impressed with how hard Bertie worked and with how Atlas has responded to feedback about the presentation of his writing. Both boys read the opening of their stories and everyone in the hall agreed that they were hooked into the story and wanted to hear more!
Hetti has been working hard to improve her attitude towards school, she is much more settled and happy as a result of the effort she has been putting into this. Well done Hetti! Agata has really impressed Miss Best with her knowledge of The Vikings and her enthusiasm for the topic. Agata told us a lot about Badger Class’ Viking day earlier in the week – have a look at Badger Class’ blog and Twitter to see photos from the day. Well done Agata! Joe and Daniel have both been creative with their Anglo Saxon house models created for a homework project. We were all really impressed with the attention to detail and effort that the boys had clearly put into their models.
Well done to you all, we are very proud of each and every one of you for your hard work, determination and resilience!
Congratulations to all our award winners this week. Theo and Amber have both impressed Miss Vyse with their amazing explanation texts. Both read their opening paragraphs and the rest of the pupils, staff and visitors said they were keen to read further.
Lola and Erin have also both received an award for writing this week, their stories, ‘The Slightly Annoying Sheep Dog’ and ‘The Slightly Annoying Leopard’ entertained the whole school and we all agreed that we were hooked in from the start and would like to read the whole thing!
Amie has been impressing Miss Best and Mrs Colchester all year with a new found confidence and resilience with her maths – keep up the good work Amie!
Stanley has coped so well with the transition of attending two different schools, returning to Spooner Row every Friday. We are all really pleased to welcome him back at the end of every week. Miss Best has reported that in her meetings with the other school, Stanley is working really hard. Well done Stanley!
Our Star Readers this week were Jamie F, Leila, Ami, Maisie and Daniel, all have impressed their teachers with their hard work and commitment to their reading. Jamie identified David Walliams as his favourite author but says he likes to read a real variety of books. Daniel is another bookworm and likes nothing more than to have his nose in a book! Leila has been reading lots at home and has recently moved up a book band, she also has been writing her own comments in her reading diary. Maisie and Ami have impressed Mrs Ward with how well they have done with their reading comprehension and with their enthusiasm for reading.
Charlie, Evangeline, Evie W, Jaime, Jacob, Toby, Bel, Tilly, Alfie, Noah, Megan, Alister and Joseph have all achieved their Basic Skills Level 1 Cycling Course. Well done to you all.
Albert received a multitude of trophies and a medal from his football club – well done to you!
And finally our Premier League awards this week were presented to Fleur, for being inspiring, Olly for being fair and Joe for being ambitious.
Congratulations to each and everyone of you.
Well done to all our award winners this week. Isabelle has been awarded a headteacher’s certificate for being helpful and mature, we think she will make a great PA in the future! Toby has impressed Miss Best with his enthusiasm and growing confidence in representing the school in sporting events. Toby told us all about the cricket festival he attended this week.
Lara has been awarded a headteacher’s award for always doing the right thing, trying her best and for writing more confidently. Nathan managed to overcome his SATs fears this week and coped really well with the tests despite being nervous. Charlie produced a super Picasso style portrait using bold colours, he was also able to describe how Picasso painted. Atlanta has impressed Miss Vyse with her hard work and determination to succeed in the build up to the SATs tests this week, particularly with her maths, she has also overcome her fear of fractions, well done Atlanta! Joe has designed an amazing Heath Robinson style home security machine , he was able to describe all the components and is looking forward to writing his explanation text. A future James Dyson maybe? Santi has been impressing Miss Best with his enthusiasm and vast knowledge for Badger Class’ current topic of Spain. He was able to describe a paella and even thanked me for the certificate in Spanish!
Sophie, Bel, Theo and Honor are this week’s star readers. Sophie is reading The Witches and was able to tell us a lot about the story. Bel and Honor have both been showing empathy towards the main character in their class book ‘Wonder’ and Theo coped really well with his reading test this week despite not feeling completely well.
We celebrated some rugby achievements this week, Charlie, Noah and Alfie all received medals from Wymondham Rugby Club for playing in the U9s team and Alfie was voted the players’ player which is a great achievement.
Congratulations to all our award winners this week.
Congratulations to this weeks’ award winners
Alister has impressed Miss Best this week with his fraction knowledge and how he has been using models to help him to calculate fractions. We were all very impressed with how well Alister explained his maths to us all.
Bobby has settled back in to Fox Class really well and has produced some excellent writing. We are all really pleased to welcome him back to Spooner Row.
Elsie has written an excellent recount of her Easter holidays embedding lots of grammar into her work which was also beautifully presented.
Amelia and Yasmin were both rewarded for their bravery in maths with Mrs Tigerschoild last week, she was so impressed with the perseverance and resilience they showed when working with fractions.
Elsie has been awarded a distinction for her Introductory Stage one Lamda exam, she told us all that she had to learn and recite a poem ad answer questions about a toy. Anjali received her Lamda certificate for her solo introductory stage 3, she also achieved a distinction, well done to you both.
Our Star readers this week are Ryan, for working so hard with his reading and for using his phonics knowledge to help him. Albert, for always handing in his reading diary on time and for writing such interesting comments. Alfie has a real love of reading and has been reading lots at home as well as using some of the higher order reading skills to help with his reading comprehension. Nellie has been reading really well and racing through the book band boxes.
Our Premier League awards were presented by the Year 6 circle group leaders to Elsie, for being ambitious, Leonella, for being inspiring, Freya for being fair and Alfie for being connected.
Well done to all our award winners this week.
Congratulations to all our award winners this week.
Our star readers this week are Isla, Brady, Rafa, Bertie, Florence and Evangeline. Well done for showing your passion for reading and working hard at your reading over the Easter holidays.
Our headteacher certificates were awarded to Leonie for always working hard and being a model pupil, Mrs Tigerschoild has been incredibly impressed with her positive attitude towards her work. Sophie has worked really hard on editing and redrafting her Sci Fi story this week, she read out the opening paragraph and lots of children were keen to hear the rest of the story. Adelaide and Jacob have both written an excellent balanced argument, Adelaide reached a compromise with her ‘Should children have to wear school uniform?’ debate by suggesting that a school jumper could be worn with a skirt or trousers which aren’t part of a uniform – very diplomatic and it appealed to the children! Jacob’s balanced argument was whether paleontologists should leave dinosaur bones buried or display them in a museum. A very interesting subject and one about which Jacob is clearly very knowledgeable! Martha and Finn have both been completing additional work in the Easter holidays and both wrote a great recount this week. Daniel has impressed Mrs Tigerschoild with his sense of humour, deep thinking and charm! Alfie has impressed Miss Vyse with his diligent attitude towards all tasks in Oak Class, often choosing to stay in to complete his work. Theo is working really hard with his booster work and has exhibited a great growth mindset in his approach to SATs preparation and Rory has been really focussing on his literacy skills and his perseverance and resilience has paid off with a real improvement in his scores.
Our Premier League awards were presented by the Y6 circle group leaders to Santi, for being ambitious, Airlie for being inspiring, Nellie for being fair and Daniel for being connected.
Well done to all of our award winners this week, we are very proud of you all.
Well done to this week’s award winners.
Josephine has been trying really hard with her handwriting and has received her pen licence.
Our star readers this week are Jessica, Anjali and Leonie.
Eight year 6 pupils took part in a Book Quiz at Wymondham High School on World Book Day, they thoroughly enjoyed the event.
Well done to Maisie for the improvement she has made with her spelling and punctuation in her written work. Florence has also been impressing Mrs Ward with her writing. Joe contributed some really sensible ideas in literacy and Alfie has shown great determination and resilience whilst improving his times tables magic 10 scores.
Well done to all our award winners this week.
Cassie, Alfie and Jack represented South Norfolk at the Cross Country event at Holkham Hall on Wednesday, they all did really well. CAssie came 27th, Jack came 49th and Alfie 11th in their age categories, a really amazing achievement considering there were over 80 competitors in each race.
Continuing with the sporting theme. Jack, Priya, Charlie, Alfie and Daniel were presented with a huge array of medals at a Tai Kwondo competition last night and Daniel has been awarded his yellow belt with green tabs.
Well done to all of our award winners this week.
We are immensely proud of you all.
Well done to all our award winners this week, Yasmin has gained lots of confidence since January and is answering more questions in class, keep up the good work and believe in yourself Yasmin. Joseph has made some excellent contributions in class and has been thinking outside the box, it is great to hear that you’ve been sharing your ideas and knowledge with the rest of the class Joseph, well done!
Megan was rewarded for her beautifully presented work, we were all really impressed with how well she lays out her maths as well as her beautiful, cursive handwriting.
Alice has been awarded a head teacher’s certificate for remembering to use capital letters at the start of sentences and this was clearly evident in her leaflet about how to care for guinea pigs.
Oli has been writing so much more in class which Mrs Ward is delighted about, Oli should be very proud of his hard work.
Leila had carried out a science investigation into reflective materials and explained her findings really clearly.I know she will be looking forward to science week the week after next!
Our star readers this week are Bea as Miss Vyse has noticed that she has been writing much more detailed comments in her reading diary and has been reading lots for enjoyment. Jacob has impressed both Miss Best and Mrs Colchester with his reading comprehension where he has been learning to infer from the text. Evie has been reading lots at home and was very proud of herself and the second Jacob has impressed Mrs Ward by doing lots of reading at home, including reading in the car on his way to France at half term!
Well done to our award winners this week, we are very proud of you all.
Just a few awards this week. Well done to Bertie for the excellent letter he wrote to Mr Tumble, Mrs Ward was really impressed with his writing and spelling. He was able to tell us some facts about crocodile eggs as well.
Belle has also been rewarded for her super writing. She has been working really hard with her joined handwriting and also had some super ideas for Mr Tumble’s new TV show!
Theo D was awarded a certificate for his concentration and hard work which has been recognised by Mr Coyle. Jack has received a head teacher’s award for being a model student, always working hard and learning from his mistakes or ‘happy accidents’ as we call them at Spooner Row.
Congratulations to all of Badger Class for making Mrs Tigerschiold feel so welcome over the past 2 weeks, she has loved teaching the class and commented on their excellent behaviour and great work.
Only one star reader this week – well done Albie for all the progress you are making with your reading.
We are all really proud of all our award winners.
We welcomed Peter Devonish from the Enrich Education Trust to our good work assembly this week. He has been spending time in school this week getting to know us all and was keen to see the children receive their awards in assembly. He wasn’t disappointed with the number of achievements!
Our star readers this week were Isabelle, Thomas and Alfie. Isabelle has impressed Mrs Ward with the fluency of her reading. Thomas has moved up a book band and was very proud of himself and Alfie has gone home to carry out some further research into the planets, inspired by a science session.
Our good work award winners were Sophie for her amazing story based on Six Dinner Sid, she read the opening of the story really clearly and we all wanted to know what was going to happen next! Noah had impressed Mrs Tigerschiold with his persuasive writing based on the drama Badger Class have been completing. Rafa has impressed Mr Coyle with his positive attitude towards the maths Oak Class have been covering, he explained Venn Diagrams really well to us all. Sonny was also rewarded for his maths, he is proving himself to be very confident and clearly loves the subject! Felicity has made huge improvements in her maths as well, she is answering more confidently on the carpet as well. Mariam has received an award for striving to improve her work on every level, ensuring that her writing is the best it could possibly be and Adelaide, despite only being in our school for a short while has been impressing Mrs Tigerschiold with her hard work and kindness.
In other achievements, Fleur, Leonella and Priya have all been awarded their LAMDA certificates. All three girls did amazingly well in their exams and all achieved a distinction. Well done to you all.
Our gymnasts did incredibly well in a competition on 18th January. We entered 2 teams into the event and one of the teams came first, they received gold medals from Peter Devonish and go on to represent the school at the next stage of the competition at the UEA on Tuesday 12th February.
The other team also did well and were presented with participation certificates.
Congratulations to all our award winners this week.
January 25th 2019
Congratulations to Tilly for super descriptive writing in her river story, everyone agreed that her story opening was excellent and we all wanted to read on to find out what would happen next.
Nellie and Finn both wrote some really good instructions for how to grow an egg. They both read their instructions really clearly as well!
Fleur has been working really hard to consolidate her maths knowledge this week and Mr Coyle praised her for asking when she needed help and for taking additional work home to practise. Well done Fleur, what a wonderful work ethic you have.
Belle has also impressed Mrs Ward and Mr House with the confidence she has been showing with her maths, she demonstrated the column addition method to the whole school. Well done Belle!
Stanley has shown great enthusiasm for the electricity topic Badger Class have been studying, he described how to make circuits as well as describing what electricity conductors and insulators are.
Well done to Ryan who is showing so much more independence and has been working on his lap top to write a story which we shared with the whole school.
Our Star Readers this week are Airlie and Rose who have both been reading lots at home and showing a real love of books. Santi has been working really hard to give evidence to back uo his responses to reading.
Yasmin and Mariam received their certificates for taking part in the football tournament and Thomas was presented with his Level 2 On Road Cycling Certificate.
January 18th 2019
Just a few award winners this week as we have children out at a gymnastics competition – we will post information about that event next week.
Well done to Priya, Josephine and Theo D for completing their on road level 2 cycle training.
Congratulations to our star readers, Lara for reading lots over the Christmas holiday and for working hard with the phonics nonsense words. Cassie for working so hard with her reading comprehension and for reading lots over the holiday, I would like to thank her for sharing information about her favourite author too. Well done to Atlas for his fluent reading and his knowledge of phonics.
Well done to two of the football teams who took part in a tournament last Friday. Both the boys’ and the girls’ teams thoroughly enjoyed the day and played well as teams.
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We have had some great sporting successes. Our cross country runners took part in a cluster competition at Wymondham High School last week. Here are the results:
Cassie and Isla came first and second in the year 3 girls’ race.
Jaime came 7th in the y4 girls’ race
Alfie came 1st and Noah 16th in the y4 boys’ race.
Josephine came 2nd in the year 5 girls’ race and Albert came 11th in the year 5 boys’ race.
We are tremendously proud of all the runners and wish those who qualified for the next round good luck!
Congratulations also to our girls’ football teams who played in a tournament last Thursday. The year 3/4 team came first which is an amazing achievement.
Leila was given a special ‘School Games Values’ award for showing determination and self belief, she was the smallest girl in the tournament and has only just started playing football but she didn’t let this stop her. Yasmin was also awarded a ‘School Games Values’ award for showing great teamwork when she gave up her place on the team to a friend who was upset at being a substitute. Well done girls!
As Oak Class are on their residential visit to Eaton Vale, we only have a few good work awards today.
Congratulations to Joseph for the effort he is putting into his literacy, Joseph has been working hard on the presentation of his writing along with the amount he is writing.
Martha has been impressing Mrs Ward with her amazing writing as well, she is joining her letters and has been a really good buddy to Rose. Well done Martha!
Hetti has taken her newly learned maths skills home to teach her mum. She impressed us all by ‘teaching’ the whole school what she has learnt. Well done Hetti!
Our star readers this week are Megan and Felicity, Megan has been researching the Romans at home and has shred her knowledge with the rest of Badger Class. Felicity has recently become a Rainbow reader and is continuing to read lots at home, Mrs Ward is so proud of all the progress Felicity has made with her reading.
Ami has achieved her 25m swimming award – well done Ami! Alfie has swum an incredible 875m, some of Badger Class worked out that this was 35 lengths of the pool! WOW! He didn’t even stop for a break!
Congratulations to all of our award winners this week. Keep up the good work!
Our star readers this week were Lola, Agata and Theo L, well done to you for your positive start to reading this term.
Receiving head teacher’s awards this week: Atlanta for her great attitude towards maths since returning from the summer holidays, she has retained all the knowledge and skills learnt last year which is wonderful to hear. Amie also received an award for her super maths, it was lovely to see how confident she was to share her knowledge with the whole school.
Anjali has been a superstar helping the younger children in her class to settle in and has been a real help to Mrs Ward. Atlas has settled really well into year 1 and is asking lots of questions and continuing to soak up knowledge into his sponge! Jessica has impressed Miss Best with how well she has settled into Year 3 and how hard she is working and Albert has impressed Miss Vyse with his enthusiastic start to year 5 and his well presented topic work on the Ancient Egyptians.
This week’s Premier League stars were selected by our year 6 circle group leaders and were awarded to: Lola for being fair, Yasmin for being ambitious,Daniel for being connected and Tilly for being inspiring.
And finally, Sonny has been awarded his 10m swimming certificate.
Well done to all our award winners this week.