Star of the Week - 9th October 2023
STAR OF THE WEEK
Ash Class- Year 1 Miss Mannion
I have been very impressed with Arya’s dedication to reading. She reads daily at home and is already on her third book mark. Arya loves reading and will bring books from home into school, for us to read during story time at the end of the day. She loves guided reading and always participates in class discussions. You are a joy to have in Ash class Arya. Well done, keep up the hard work!
Fir Class- Year 1 Miss Smith
Emily has a fantastic attitude towards reading in and out of school. She has already achieved two reading bookmarks since the beginning of Year 1, and she also excels in our phonics lessons. Emily is a joy to have in class and I am very proud of her efforts, well done Emily!
Elm Class – Year 2 Mrs Fazal
Hallie has such a positive attitude towards her reading. She always does her reading at home and enjoys our guided reading lessons. Hallie is a pleasure to have in our class and is an excellent role model to others. Well done, Hallie!
Oak class – Year 2 Miss Stonehouse
Dara is a great reader and regularly reads at home. He was the first person in our class to complete his reading bookmark and completed the summer reading challenge, even reading his book whilst on the plane! Keep up the great attitude towards reading Dara!
Juniper Class – Year 3 Mrs Moss
Tyler always reads his home reading book consistently and is already on his 2nd bookmark which is a big achievement. I always enjoy listening to Tyler read and he works hard to complete his tasks in guided reading. He is confident with the VIPERS and I am so impressed with his level of commitment to his reading. Well done Tyler.
Hazel Class – Year 3 Miss Shanley
Sophie’s dedication to home reading is an inspiration for her classmates. She has read thirteen books so far this year and continues to have a great attitude in guided reading lessons. Well done
Alder Class – Year 4 Miss Keane
I’ve chosen Tommie as his efforts in guided reading this week have been amazing. Tommie was making sure that he was using the methods taught to support his comprehension and as a result was achieving well in his lessons. Keep it up Tommie as you have the potential to be a fantastic reader.
Aspen class – Year 4 Miss Grant
Samuel’s commitment to home reading is a model for all of us in Aspen class. He reads daily and is already well onto his red reading bookmark. Well done Samuel – I am very proud of you and the effort you put into your reading.
Maple Class – Year 5 – Mrs Unitt
Jake’s overall attitude to homework has been great to see. He consistently reads at home and is already on his red bookmark. His commitment to reading reflects in the beautiful writing he produces. Well done Jake, keep it up!
Hawthorns Class - Year 5 – Mr Dallow
Emily is a fantastic and confident reader and his is due to her consistent reading at home. She has already completed her cream bookmark and is well on her way to completing the next. Emily always engages well in guided reading sessions and enjoys exploring new texts that we have read.
Beech class – Year 6 Mr Hales
I have been really pleased with Daniel’s attitude to homework in general but particularly to his home reading. He has consistently read regularly at home during the first half term and he is working well through his bookmarks. Being such an avid reader, it comes as no surprise that Daniel has a fabulous general knowledge and is able to use his bank of interesting and informative facts to help his learning and make his writing stand out. Daniel has also taking part in an activity where is reading and evaluating new books for the school. A dedicated reader Daniel – well done.
Birch Class – Year 6 Mrs Webb
Reece is a hardworking boy at school and also at home. I have been impressed with his dedication to reading at home and was pleased and proud to see that he was one of the first children to complete his cream bookmark. Reece listens well in guided reading lessons and tries to apply new learning to his written work. Well done Reece.