Last Week In School....
Star of the Week
Every teacher chooses a member of their class to be the ‘star of the week’. They may be chosen for trying hard, being resilient, having a good attitude to learning, showing manners and respect, being thoughtful towards others or demonstrating good behaviour choices.
Miss Charlton presents each of them with their star cushion, which they get to sit on in class for the week, a badge and a pencil in the Friday assembly.
Our stars last week were:
Leo - for his excellent attitude and effort in all areas.
Noah - for his supporting his peers with their spelling in English
and for being an excellent Year 4 role model.
Alex - for trying so hard to improve his running during the
Louis – for an excellent Year 4.
Tamsyn – for her increasing confidence in class and for always
being an excellent role model.
Kyle – for his increasing confidence in class, putting his hand up
more frequently and always trying his best.
Bradley – for excellent effort and progress in writing and always
Charley – for amazing Maths work when finding change and
using good explanation.
Tabitha – for her excellent attitude to learning and for her
impeccable manners and behaviour.
Rosie– for an excellent poem and for working so hard on her
Sticker Chart Successes
Children earn stickers for their sticker chart as an immediate reward for success, effort and good behaviour choices.
Once their chart is full they bring it to Miss Charlton and receive a prize and a certificate.
Children who completed their 40 stickers chart last week were:
Polly, Joseph, Conor, Isabelle, George, William, Oscar
Children who completed their 60 stickers chart last week were:
Finley, Janey, Amalie, Tamsyn, Liliya
Jessica, Caitlin, Archie, Vinnie, Harry, Amelia
Willow, Georgia, Keira, George, Aaron
Lila, Daisy, Adelina, Martha, Seren
Darcey, Gloria, Ellie-May, Toby
Children who completed their 80 stickers chart last week were:
Darcey, Sophie, Nathan, Bethany, Holly
Holly, William, Finnley, Lacey, William
Children who completed their 100 stickers chart last week were:
Children who completed their 120 stickers chart last week were:
Attendance – Week ending 13th July 2018
Whole school attendance is currently 96.25%.
Year 2 are leading with an attendance figure of 96.71%, well done Year 2!
Attendance per year group:
Dorset County Council Policy Consultation
Dorset are consulting on the Home to School Transport Policy and the Post 16 Transport Policy for 2019/2020 with effect from Tuesday 19th June to Monday 16 July 2018.
Details of the consultation are available to view at https://www.dorsetforyou.gov.u
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