Our 2 stars this week are Olivia and Demi. Both girls have shown a great attitude and enthusiasm to their work and have shown that they can work well with different members of the class. Great work ladies, keep it up!
Well done to Arman and Cassandra our pupils of the week. Arman has been amazing us this week with his knowledge and reasoning relating to shape. Cassandra made 3D shapes from nets and was able to use these to discussion their various features. Well done you two!
In Year 2 this week, Georgia and Jake are our superstars! They have both worked really hard to learn their lines for our Year 2 production. What great actors they are!
Congratulations to Abbie and Alfie who are our pupils of the week for this week. Abbie has been a super help this week; supporting both her classmates and the staff around the classroom. She is always on hand to offer help and we can't imagine what it would be like without her in the class. Alfie has also been a great helper this week but he also really impressed us with his measuring skills during our number day. He was able to read scales over 400cm including intervals of 10cm. Very impressive!
Katie, what a performance during our rehearsals of Oh What a Year! You have taken on the role of Iris the Virus amazingly! I can't wait to see the final show! Maddie- I loved your Spongebob themed design for your groups moving car! Again, I can't wait to see the final product that you make.
A HUGE well done to Mya and Reuben who have been superstars all week. Reuben always has a super attitude towards his learning and always works really hard and Mya has been able to interpret data to answer a range of difficult questions. Well done to you both!
Our superstars this week are Michael and Ava! Their extended writing was phenomenal and we can't ever fault their work ethic! They both work so hard and definitely deserve a reward this week!
Our superstars this week are Jennifer and Noah. Jennifer has being doing some great work building sentences and Noah has shown great perseverance this week when learning about time. Keep up the great work you two!
A huge well done to both India (for her amazing acting and learning of her lines during the play rehearsals) and Leah for her amazing illustrated map of the British Empire. Well done girls- keep up the hardwork!
The girls have both worked fantastically well in their English this week. In addition, Kacie Leigh really impressed me with her problem solving involving angles and Lacy for her beautiful art work. Two stars!
Well done to Bua and Beloved who are our Pupil of the Weeks. Bua always has such an amazing attitude towards her learning and is a great role model in our class. What a super star you are! Beloved has answered some very tricky time questions this week. He had to work out the duration of time and was able to do this with great confidence. Well done to both of you!
Congratulations to Aiden and Anya who are our pupils of the week for this week. Anya has been amazing at solving pictogram, bar chart and histogram problems this week before drawing her own chart independently. Aiden has been working hard all week by joining in with all of his class discussions and sharing answers! Well done to you both!
James and Alana are Year 3W's Pupil of the Week. Alana has been amazing staff with her fabulous use of vocabulary in her story called The Happy Prince. James has also been amazing staff with his great learning attitude towards his work. Well done!
Our 2 stars this week are Paul and Iris. Paul has wowed us all with his amazing Maths work when calculating duration of time and converting between hours and minutes. Iris has blown us away in English with her knowledge of persuasive language and she went on to produce a great letter to save the rainforests. Keep up the great work guys.
What a great start to the Summer term these two have had! Callum has been AMAZING at telling the time in Maths and has had an outstanding work ethic in all other subjects as well. Mimi has also worked really hard this week and produced an excellent piece of writing this morning. She thought really carefully about how to make it her best piece of work. I'm so proud of you both, keep up the great work!
Congratulations to Sophie and Cole for being our Pupils of the Week for this week. Sophie has really impressed Mrs Conway during their reading sessions and we are seeing her confidence develop day after day! Her work in the afternoons has also been very impressive; applying what she knows in her own sentences. Cole has received his award as a result of his continuous hard work in EVERY lesson but especially in our afternoon lessons. His work is always of the highest standard and he can apply his vocabulary independently. Well done you two! Keep up the hard work!
Kai and Alfie, you have both wowed me with your questioning and ideas in our History units focusing on the British Empire. Your enthusiasm and ideas were amazing!
Fantastic work from Max this week using directional language in his Maths. Romilly is just a superstar week in and week out and could have this every Friday. Well done you two!
A HUGE well done to the gorgeous Skye and Tommy this week. I have been soooo impressed with Tommy this week as he has had an amazing attitude towards his learning all week and has produced some fantastic work. Just WOW! Skye has blown me away with her brilliant narrative based on 'The Three Bad Pigs' a twist from a previous fairy tale. Skye was able to include a range of Y2 targets in her writing and her stamina improved massively this week. Well done to you both!
Our two stars this week are Mason and Michael! Mason has shown a great improvement in his throwing and catching skills in P.E. and he also wowed Miss Helm, during Maths, when finding the time to the nearest minute. Great work, keep it up!
Michael produced a brilliant Non-Chronological Report on Jaguars during English. He included lots of Y4 targets such as apostrophes, fronted adverbials and complex sentences. Amazing work, well done.
Congratulations to Sara and Abbie for being our Pupils of the Week for this week. Abbie has been working really hard on her times table this week, even practising in her own time! We have seen big improvements in her times table facts and this is all because of her determination to improve! I think we can all learn a lesson from you Abbie! Well done! Sara has also been a real superstar this week, especially in RE. We were thinking about some of the negative and positive things about the world and Sara was able to create a stunning piece of work which reflected her understanding! Amazing stuff Sara! We couldn't be prouder!
Well done Sema and Kade. You've wowed us this week with your efforts in your lessons. Kade, you've shown great determination in Maths and Sema you have put 100% into all of your lessons.
Big well done to Kierra and Wasi for being the Y5S pupils of the week, this week! Reading has been the theme in our class this week! Kierra WOW'ed us with her reading skills and successfully became a free reader and Wasi has been using his vocabulary found when reading to improve his vocabulary in his writing! Super job you two!
Year 3/4B - Pupil of the Week - Friday 19th March 2021
Congratulations to Daniel and Anya for being our Pupils of the Week for this week. Daniel was an absolute machine in his PE lesson in which we were complete a range of exercises to form part of a circuit. He vastly improved his scores from the previous week and supported his partner to do the same. Well done Daniel! Great effort and team spirit. Anya really impressed us with her knowledge of shadows in Science. She could use the scientific vocabulary (such as opaque and translucent) to describe materials and created a brilliant shadow puppet as well. Great work Anya!
A huge well done to both Erika and Chloe: our pupil's of the week for Week 4! Chloe, you have had a really positive week and have worked so hard with everything! Erika, your artwork wowed ALL the teachers. You are such a talented artist!!
Ava provided us with some beautiful sentences in English this week and Cosmo blew us away by smashing his goal of becoming a free reader! Well done guys!
All children have returned to school with amazing enthusiasm and determination to continue their learning back in the classom. These two boys have particularly stood out for their improved attitude (Antonio) and class contributions (Hamza). Well done boys.
Every child has impressed us this week but Jake and Nathan have got Pupil of the Week for the first week back.
Jake was able to recall his division and multiplication facts while Nathan was able to share his fabulous ideas during our English lesson. Well done to these two and also everyone else in the class!
Pupil of the Week - Friday 12th March 2021
Congratulations to Ruby and Ethan for being our pupils of the week this week! Ruby has created an outstanding setting description about the rainforest. She used a range of descriptive sentences as well as similes to make comparisons. It felt like we were there! Ethan has been a superstar when it comes to his independent learning as well as completing tasks with Mrs Herbert. Well done to the two of you!
Wow! What an amazing first week back altogether! Our first 2 Pupil's of the Week are the amazing Ruby and Shayne! Ruby, well done for wowing me with your explanations of some challenging Year 6 coordinate problems and Shayne, well done for writing a great newspaper report. Mrs Graham and I were very impressed with your writing.
Congratulations to George and David on achieving the pupil of the week! David has produced a fantastic piece of work on Henry, the book-eating boy and his face turning green from eating too many books. George has been amazing in PE. He has developed his skills in passing whilst dribbling whilst enjoying it at the same time. Again, congratulations to both of them!!!
A big well done to Kade and Lincoln this week. Kade has shown great listening and understanding of the water cycle and Lincoln's general attitude towards his learning is amazing. Well done boys!
Shayne, you have made our week with your enthusiasm and effort in preparing for our Christmas song, I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday and Cameron, your Maths has blown me and Mr Tang away! Keep it up boys!
Y2D Pupil of the week!
This week we have Alyan and Jasmine as our pupils of the week. Alyan for being such a helpful young man within the classroom and Jasmine for constantly making everyone in the class smile with enthusiasm. Well done you two!!
Y2B Pupil of the week!
Our superstars this week are Skye for her fantastic spellings and Lewis for his attitude to learning, completing challenges on Timetable Rockstars. Well done the two of you!
4/12/20 - Welcome back Reception
This week we decided to give pupil of the week to all reception children. We are so proud of how hard they have worked at home! Online learning is tricky, but you have blown us all away! Well done boys and girls and a huge thank you to all of our families.
Well done to our superstars in 5S this week! They had both written an amazing piece of extended writing this week, including all of their Year 5 targets and blowing our socks off!
A socially distanced Pupil of the Week with Mrs Kevin. Can you spot her?
Both Sarah and Freddie have completed exceptional diary extracts based on our festive short film 25 degrees north 5 minutes. We were all bowled over in Year5. Well done guys!
Well done to our two stars this week, Darcy and Robbie. Both children have shown great determination in their lessons, especially Maths. Even when they've found things tricky, they've never given up!
Y2B Pupil Of The Week!
Our superstars this week are Mya and Noor! Mya has written amazing sentences in her English lessons. She was able to include Adjectives, Adverbs and Subordinating Conjunctions! Noor has given 100% effort in every lesson showing his resilience throughout.
Well done to our superstars in 5S this week - Lois and Sophie-Leigh! Lois's work in Maths this week was outstanding as she was able to show off her skills with multiplication and divison. Sophie-Leigh has been a total star this week (as always!) setting a fabulous example to the rest of the children!
Congratulations to Sophie and James for winning this week's Pupil of the Week! Sophie has worked her socks off during reading this week; working hard to better understand comprehension questions and never giving up on more difficult texts. James has been a real role model for the other children, especially during PE. He led his team to victory in our first competitive games of basketball whilst supporting his other teammates. Well done you two!!!
Harry is Pupil of the Week as he has shown a great attitude in every single lesson every single day.
Oskar is Pupil of the Week as he was able to sort statements into positive and negative impact for the environment.
Big well done to Mateo and Mohammed our 6M Pupil's of the Week: Mateo for a super improvement in his handwriting
and Mohammed for his great poetry work using figurative language and some super enthusiasm in his singing. Well done boys! Keep it up!
Maddie and Grace, what superstars you have both been with your work in fraction work in Maths (Grace) and also entertaining us with your acting and Drama Queen-ness (Maddie)! Keep it up girls! You're always impressing me!
A huge well done to our two boys, Paul and Kinjal, who have been little superstars this week! Paul has shown great inference skills in Guided Reading and Kinjal has shown great understanding of different climates around the world.
Pupil Of The Week - Friday 20th November 2020
Congratulations to Ahail and Layla-Rae for being our Year 3/4B Pupils of the Week. Ahail has absolutely knocked our socks off with his times tables knowledge; answering a staggering 3,000 questions correctly on Times Tables Rockstars! Incredible work! Layla-Rae has received her award for working really hard in her 1-1 phonics and maths sessions. She gave 100% effort in each session and is certainly showing an improvement in her understanding. Keep it up you two superstars!
Alfie and Katie R, you have both been stars this week! I have been blown away by your knowledge of animals Alfie and Katie R you have written a fantastic disaster narrative! Keep it up 6T!
Well done to Rubina and Poppy who have been amazing this week. Rubina has produced fantastic writing in each of her English lessons and included all of her success criteria. Poppy has been marvellous at maths, completing column addition and subtraction problems involving exchanging and reasoning.
Ruby-Jo got her award because of her positive attitude towards her work. She can't stop answering questions!
Lennox impressed Miss Wasiejko with his determined attitude when counting in halves and quarters. Well done!
Congratulations to Bill and Abbie for being this week's Pupils of the Week. Bill has astounded us all with his knowledge in Geography linked to climates around the world. He knocked our socks off when it came to describing the different weathers in different countries and could even describe global climate patterns! Abbie has just been an all-round superstar this week, and every week! She gives 100% in every lesson and is always there to lend a hand to anyone who needs it! Keep shining you little stars!!!
Pupil of the week 13/11/20
This week our pupils of the week are Kyrin and Scarlett – Rose.
Kryin’s confidence has improved so much and we are so proud of him.
Scarlett has blown our socks off, showing real determination in RWI and writing her letter sounds.
Year 6M 13.11.20
A huge well done to Leon H and Yasmin our 6M Pupil's of the Week: Leon H for great attendance and trying hard in all of your work.
and Yasmin for putting in a 100% with all of your work!
A big well done to our two girls this week. Lydia has been fantastic during Geography, locating places in the UK, and Angel has wowed us with her fraction work in Maths.
Congratulations to Oliver and Natalia for winning this week's pupil of the week. Oliver had produced some outstanding writing based on the book 'Leon and the Place Between'. He used a range of adverbial openers to describe a setting before creating suspense by using short snappy sentences. It was incredible! Natalia has won her award for her work in Maths. We have been finding equivalent fractions and adding and subtracting fractions both less than, and more than one. Natalia has worked her socks off to understand how to do this and we couldn't be prouder! Well done Natalia!
Our very first pupil of the week!
This week we had our first pupil of the week with a special visit from Mrs Allan.
Shayne was our pupil of the week because he has been trying so hard with his initial sounds.
Ester was our pupil of the week because we are so impressed with how confident she has become.
Well done to all the other children who have also worked so hard!
Chloe, what a superstar you have been this week! You have been the Punctuating Dialogue Queen! Sirag, you have blown me away with your Geography skills. I'm sure there will be a job for you at Brighton Avenue in the future!
Our superstars this week in 5S were Dylan and Eve! Dylan's attitude has been amazing this week, working really hard in all areas! Eve also had a huge achievement this week by moving up 7 levels in her writing. WOW!! Well done guys!
A massive well done to our final 2 stars of Autumn 1, Michael and Sema. Michael has been impressing us with his gymnastic skills and Sema has shown a great work ethic across all of her subjects. Keep up the good work!
Congratulations to Sara and Cole for being the last winners of Pupil Of The Week for the half term. Sara has been a brilliant role model; always supporting her classmates and also giving 100% in everything she does. Cole has produced an excellent piece of writing based on the book 'Black Rock'. The imagery he created was outstanding and he has certainly shown a talent for creative writing! Well done you two!
Our final Pupil of the Week's for Autumn 1 are ...... the lovely India! India has wowed me with her Science investigation planning skills this week. Her investigation testing how exercise impacts upon our heart rate was fantastic. She wrote a very detailed conclusion to explain what she had found out as well. Our second pupil of the week is... Kai! His knowledge of our Science unit, the Human Body, was outstanding! A future doctor on the way I think!
Well done Jasmine-Leigh and Abdullah for being this weeks superstars! Jasmine-Leigh has been 'on fire' in our Maths sessions, working with fractions, and Abdullah has written a fantastic piece of creative writing using lots of noun phrases and adverbs! Keep up the good work.
A huge congratulations to Alfie and Isabelle for being the Year 3/4B pupils of the week. Alife has knocked everyone's socks off with his work in Maths. He has been super confident with his addition and subtraction, even when given much bigger numbers! Well done Alfie! Isabelle has received her pupil of the week for producing an incredible piece of artwork, using watercolours, representing a local landmark. All that practice during lockdown has certainly paid off! Well done to you both!
Logan, Logan, Logan!! What an amazing week you have had. Me and Miss Guthrie have loved seeing you work with independence and write a fantastic informal letter. Alicja, your Maths and your Black Lives Matter posters have both been outstanding this week. Well done Logan and Alicija- keep it up!
Well done to our super stars this week, Rubina and Keerath. Both girls have produced detailed non-chronological reports using a variety of different sentence openers, conjunctions and sentence types. Fantastic work girls!
The font of knowledge that is Dean Brown and the wonderful Lexy Hullock are Yr5M's pupils of the week.
Dean has been using spine tingling vocabulary in his spooky settings this week and Lexy has just been the most amazing Year 5 role model since we started back. Well done you two!
Michael was amazing in Maths this week (as usual!) and Kierra has shown what an amazing friend she can be this week. Well done superstars!
This week, we have 2 pupils who have absolutely knocked our socks off! One boy who has been a terrific role model and a girl whose writing would not look out of place in Year 6! Adrian has supported his classmates every day, as well as giving 100% in every lesson he takes part in. Keep it up Adrian! Moreover, Areeba's suspense writing has really impressed us all. We couldn't believe it was written by someone in Year 3! take a look for yourself:
"As the day went by, a dull fog appeared. It got duller. The fog was the dullest it had ever been! The wind blew the fog into Erin's face. Erin couldn't see anything. She felt as if she was blind!"
Week 4 Pupil of Week
Leah and Elias, you have both wowed me this week! Leah, your writing has been amazing. I can't believe that you have only been in Year 6 for 5 weeks and you are using such a wide range of complex targets (multi clause sentences, semi colons and conjunctive adverbs). Elias, you are growing in confidence in day and it has been great to see you become more independent with your work. Keep it up!!
A huge well done to our two stars this week, Riley and Lincoln. The boys have 'been on fire' this week and their attitude towards their learning has been first class! They've especially shone throughout our Maths lessons, where we've been looking at place value and comparing numbers. Keep up the great work boys!
This is week, we couldn't be more proud of our two pupils of the week. Firstly, Aiden has grown so much since he started in Year 3/4B. He is working more independently every day and we are really enjoying seeing him develop and grow! Keep it up Aiden! Secondly, Grace has been a superb role model for the other children in the class. She always gives 100% in every lesson and has such an amazing attitude towards learning and being such a good friend! Well done Grace!
Ruby and Alisha, wow, wow, wow! You two have both wowed me with your amazing Maths skills when solving place value problems. You have definitely kept me on your toes with your work this week. Well done! Keep it up superstars.
A massive well done to our shining stars this week, Olivia and Iris! Olivia's interest in our History topic, Romans, was reflected in her detailed explanations and questioning during the lessons. Iris' love of Art has been reflected in her stunning production of a willow pattern which was very detailed and intricate.
This week Wilbur amazed the class with his understanding and use of computing vocabulary during the lesson.
Dua impressed her English class with her reading and comprehension of the text.
Both Haniyah and Mubin have hugely impressed this week with their positive attitudes towards their learning. Mubin has not only vastly increased his times tables knowledge, he has supported his classmates in a wide range of areas. You are a fantastic role model Mubin and we never want this to change! Haniyah's determination to improve has come to the fore this week as we began our Maths and English lessons. Every adult who works with her would agree with that sentiment! Well done you two!
Big well done to our superstars in 5S this week - Sophie - Leigh and Joe! They have worked exceptionally hard in our first English and Math lessons this week, showing great enthusiasm and persistance!
Congratulations to Mia and Jackson who have received pupil of the week for their outstanding attitude towards their learning since we came back in September. We have been so impressed with how mature they have been and we couldn't prouder. Keep it up you two!
Our two shining stars this week are Kinjal and Poonguzhale who've both shown fantastic determination and creativity during our art lesson. They both worked independently and then happily helped others once they'd completed their finished piece.