Friday 12th February
Pupil of the Term
Armstrong Class: This has been a very difficult and challenging term for many of you but I have been so impressed with how hard you have been working. Hopefully we will soon be back in school; I can't wait to see you all again. However, I need to select a Pupil of the Term - this is an almost impossible decision as so many of you could be chosen. However, I am going to choose Reece as my Pupil of the Term. Reece always completes and sends in all of his work and I know from Mum how hard he has been working on his reading. He always enjoys our class books and reading in general. Well done Reece; keep up the hard work.
Ennis-Hill Class: This has been a tricky decision to make! Mr Martindale and I have been so impressed by the effort and enthusiasm you have all shown, either through working at home or at school. I would like to firstly take this opportunity to say thank you to your adults for their amazing support too.
My pupil of the term is Annabelle. I am always impressed with the care, time and consideration she puts in to every piece of work. taking on board the advice she is given or any tips to help her improve her work, Annabelle, you have shown a wonderful attitude towards your work this term and you should be very proud of what you have achieved!
Sports Pupil of the Term
Sport pupils of the term go to: Ahash, Max G, Naomi, Amaaya, Jack D, Chloe T, Megan, Luella B, Adrian, Sidney and Gabriella. All of you have participated in the sports activities set including the challenges for the school with some of you going above and beyond to help the school in the challenges, thank you and well done. Mr Edwards