This week the Spotlight on… award has to go to Tyler. Whilst all of Year 6 have been on the residential, Tyler has been working very hard in Year 5. He’s had a lovely time being back with Miss Birmingham and has produced some excellent work. Well done Tyler!
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Spotlight on Tamarra
Spotlight on award this week goes to… Tamarra. She has achieved her very best score in her mental maths test and Mrs Croft is extremely proud of her!
This is a combination of a real ‘want’ to succeed and an amazing amount of extra effort being put in both at school and at home. Very well done Tamarra- you really deserve this!
Spotlight on Caitlin
This week the Year 6 “Spotlight on…award” goes to Caitlin Hayes. Mrs Croft is so pleased to award this prize to Caitlin as she is a total star and a pleasure to have in the classroom. She never fails to do her absolute best in everything that is asked of her and this clearly shows in the excellent work she produces.
She is a true role model for the class and is doing a fabulous job of being a sports ambassador. Well done Caitlin, Mrs Croft is extremely proud of you!
Spotlight on Las
This term we are continuing to award our ‘Spotlight on…award’ and this week it goes to Las Salih. Mrs Croft was so pleased with the effort Las has put in with his writing. He is starting to write some amazing sentences that are an absolute pleasure to read.
He also works extremly hard in maths and always puts in 100%. Keep it up Las- an excellent effort!
Spotlight on Katie
Today Mrs Croft has awarded the Year 6 Spotlight award to Katie Campbell. Katie won the award because her efforts in class and at home have been. She has made an extra special effort to improve her spellings and can be seen practising them at every available moment.
She has now decided to do the same with her number club! There’s no stopping her! A very well done Katie- you deserve this.
Now if we can just get her to stop losing her glasses we’ll be laughing!!!
Spotlight on Kaitlyn
This weeks spotlight in Year 6 is shining on… Kaitlyn Horton. I have awarded it to Kaitlyn because she is just such an asset to have in the class. She always tries her best and has a super attitude to everything that is asked of her. She always volunteers to do jobs and is definitely my ‘little helper!’ You deserve this Kaitlyn- well done!
Spotlight on Lucas
This week the ‘Spotlight award’ has been awarded to Lucas Harvey. He has been trying so hard in school, but also at home. He has been reading regularly (something he is not very keen on!) and his spellings have improved. ( Watch out Dominic he’s catching you up!) He has also moved up in his number clubs which is fantastic! Keep this up Lucas, I am very impressed.
Spotlight on Shelby
This weeks Spotlight award In Year 6 goes to Shelby Jeanes… Shelby has worked so hard in all lessons but especially in Maths. She showed an amazing attitude to our week on fractions, percentages and decimals and has set a fine example to the rest of the class.
Mrs Croft is so very proud of you Shelby, keep up this amazing effort- you are doing so well!
Spotlight on Tamarra
This week the Year 6 ‘Spotlight on…’ award goes to…Tamarra Tapper. Mrs Croft simply had to award it to this very hard working young lady as she has shown a real desire to learn; both in school and at home.
Her attitude in lessons is always positive and she never gives up, even when she finds the work a challenge. This just makes her try even harder. You are a credit to the class Tamarra – Congratulations!
Spotlight on Reece
Year 6 have recently started something called ‘Spotlight on a child’. It was launched today and I am very pleased to announce the first child to receive this prestigious award is REECE ANDREWS.
The award is separate from ‘Star of the week’ and is given by myself for something that I feel should be recognised by the class.
Reece received the award for his fabulous attitude to everything that is asked of him. He is always positive and tries his best in all subjects. He is helpful, often volunteering for jobs (including giving up some of his lunchtime) and is a pleasure to have in the class.
Reece will keep the award all next week and will have his photo put up on display in the classroom. All the children will be asked to write something nice about Reece throughout the week and he will get to bring this home.
Well Done Reece!