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Here are our Ambassadors for this week (w.c 22.2.2021). 
Announcing our amazing ARW Ambassadors for the week commencing 8th February 2021.

Here are our fabulous Ambassadors for this week (5.2.21)

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22.1.2021

Archbishop Rowan Williams CiW Primary School proudly present to you this weeks …

Ambassadors

 

Mia Sleeman: For using 3 different methods in math’s to show her understanding. Well done for being a creative thinker!

 

Felicity Worgan and Rueben Smith: for actively participating in their literacy, recording stories and learning our new story. I am so excited to see these!!!

 

Victoria Phelps: for demonstrating and sharing her craft skills when decorating her RE work. Very impressive!

 

Lacey Tyson: for moving up a level in her reading, she is making great progress and is gaining confidence. We are so proud of you Lacey!

 

Ethan Reece – Being resilient in his reading. This is an outstanding quality to have.

 

Seb Parker: for completing all of his math’s work and challenging his learning. Good boy, this exactly the ARW attitude!

 

Perry Biddle: for trying hard with his home learning, even when he might not feel like it AND for his fantastic story telling skills – he really made me smile this morning when I listened to his retell of Goldilocks and the Three Bears.

 

Henry Bull-Beddows: for always having a smile upon his face and for staying calm last week when his tooth came out and he lost it!  He was so very excited but as he ran across the classroom to show me it flew off his hand and we never found it.  We took a picture and wrote a note for the tooth fairy though!

 

 Lloyd Francis: for participating well in his home learning with his Mum – he found the first lockdown really hard and was very reluctant to do anything at home – this time he’s smashing it!!

 

Scarlett Monday: because she has used her amazing math’s and reading skills to follow a recipe all by herself! She filmed a fabulous Harry Potter themed cooking show for me to watch and her shortbread biscuits looked magical!

 

Jac Watkins: for amazing independent math’s, literacy and outstanding artwork of London landmarks. Good boy Jac, fabulous all round learning!

 

Keelan Boston: for persevering with his math’s this week.  He was finding it a bit tricky, had a break and came back to it and then even did extra sums!

 

Evelyn Chui: for having the confidence to speak on video about her research of The London Eye! Great personal courage Evelyn!

 

Isla Hopkin: for persevering with her written work and showing a fabulous attitude.

 

Clara Davis, Arlo Stone, Indie Power, Oliver Hanley Hill, Caitlin Watkins, Myles Griffiths, Harry Holding, Charlie Johnson Major, Jacob Roberts and Lewys Huffinley: for fantastic blended learning engagement this week.

 

Alex Wall: for taking a risk – coming out of his comfort zone and taking part in Google Meets. Like Evelyn, this shows great personal courage.

 

Year 4: As part of our Volcanoes and Crystal Caves Topic, Mrs Spokes is very impressed with the incredible high standard of leaflets. She is particularly proud of:

 

Harrison Jones: as he created TWO very professional Trifold Brochures. One on Crystal Caves, and a second on volcanoes. He sent a couple of photographs showing his finished brochures and was right to be so proud of his effort. Harrison also produced a fantastic piece of art work. A very realistic looking cobra. It took him a long to draw, and the effort was well-worth it.

 

Erin Heneghan: she wrote a report on the Alps and chose a stunning photograph. It made me want to go skiing after seeing and reading Erin’s work.

 

Ruby May: who produced a leaflet on Ben Nevis using the all the features correctly and full of persuasive techniques.

 

Clemence Edwards: for completed 2 days’ worth of Literacy when she rewrote the story of The Princess and the Pea as a Play script. It was an amazing piece of work, very accurately written using all the features of Play scripts. She clearly enjoyed writing it and I was really proud of her effort and enthusiasm.

 

Lyla Jones: for the amazing work and videos she has produced from her learning at home. For example: She made a Time Travel machine and explained the making process eloquently. She pointed out what every component would do and why it had been chosen. She had a captive audience, her dog, who listened intently the whole time and inspected her work. Well done!

 

Josh Thow: for being ambitious, always completing his work independently and being eager to learn.

 

S Davis: for persevering and trying extremely hard. This is an attitude to be proud... a perfect ARW child!

 

 Lara Williams: for completing all tasks and showing enthusiasm. Outstanding Lara!

 

Evan Powell, Hope Taylor and Ava Luke: for conscientious application to all their work including making all necessary improvements and edits.

 

Jack Downing: for persevering with his learning and bouncing back out of the Learning Pit with courage and success. Well done Jack!

 

Josh May: for working hard especially at his Math’s. We are very proud of you.

15.1.2021

Archbishop Rowan Williams CiW Primary School proudly present to you this weeks …

Ambassadors

 

Freddie Fawsitt: for working so hard on his home learning and completing so much work. Mrs Hoare is very proud of you as well as being proud of your Mummy and Daddy for their help! Well done!

 

Elsie Dowan: for fantastic engagement in home learning and working so hard. You have completed so much fabulous learning, and your family also need an Ambassador ‘shout out’ for their fantastic support. Mrs Hoare said that she is very proud.

 

Ella Johnson-Major: for fantastic engagement in school, and particularly for the way she is helping the younger children. Ella is a fine example to others as she takes part in all learning with great enthusiasm.

 

Harry Shuck: for being creative and ambitious, and taking his learning one step further!... he hid a camera to see what birds are in his garden. Harry… will you let us know what you found? I have heard that it is quite exciting!

 

Celyn Griffiths: for creatively solving problems and becoming a nature detective… working out where prey might be as part of his topic.

 

Macsen Griffiths: for creatively solving problems and becoming a nature detective… working out where prey might be as part of his topic.

 

Noah Mayo: for an excellent attitude to learning, engaging fully and producing quality work. Well done!

 

Clara Davies: for being fully engaged in her home learning, producing excellent quality work. Fabulous girl!

 

Isaac Gregory: for engaging his home learning and making us proud by producing work that shows real quality. Well done Isaac… you have maintained the high expectations that we ask for in school.

 

Iris Mustoe: for taking on new challenges in her home learning with great focus and enthusiasm. Miss Burton says that she is really proud of her.

 

Sonny Robertson: even though he has been incredibly busy being a brand new big brother, he has been doing lots of home learning, trying super hard and persevering when it gets a little tricky. Well done Sonny, and congratulations to you and your family on the arrival of your gorgeous baby boy.

 

Rueben Smith: for excellent reading this week… this is one of the most important skills that you need in life, so well done!

 

Pierre Tournier Horton: For being an ambitious and capable learner, using different strategies to work out his mathematical challenges.

 

Lucas Walters: for being an ambitious and capable learner, having excellent mathematical knowledge with his number bonds, addition and subtraction.

 

Bella Stone: Da Iawn Bella, you have shown super language skills through your use of Welsh and also baking Fflic a birthday cake.

 

Olivia Williams : for excellent welsh! She independently created and answered, an additional question in our learning! Wow! You are setting yourself high expectations and extending your learning. Well done!

 

Reuben Wall: Excellent writing including capital letters, finger spaces and full stops. This is great Reuben!

 

Eva Watkins: Progressing in her phonics. She is ready to learn even more sounds now and she can blend sounds into words. This is fabulous Eva!

 

Amber-Brie Stephens: for making amazing models of landmarks in London including the London Eye, Tower Bridge and Buckingham Palace. Superb!

 

Eli Edwards: for persevering with his mathematical learning (column subtraction) and even doing some extra sums! Well done Eli!

 

Rose Northover: for doing extra creative pieces of writing each day as well as her home learning. Very impressive Rose!

 

James Thomas:  James used twigs and made a 3D structure using a mix of flour and water as glue. His sketch of a tree was very intricate and detailed. He used his experience to then write a fabulous Winter Day poem which was full of imagery. Mrs Spokes said that she particularly liked the way he described the bare trees and fallen leaves.

 

Molly Lewis: Molly used paper and glue to wrap around wire to create a 3D sculpture. This sounds intriguing!

 

Ivy Phillips: Ivy painted twigs to make prints of her nan’s Fuchsia bush and included instructions too. Ivy then wrote a wonderful Nature Sense Poem entitled ‘In the Front Garden I Can Feel … She beautifully described the feel of the branches, as knobbly, and how the thin twigs would snap easily like they’d been charged by a fire.

 

Millie Hubbard- Millie used clay to make the flower she had observed outdoors, adding lots of tiny details and matching the colours. Beautiful!

 

Will Morgan- for consistently producing work of a high standard showing that he is fully invested in his learning. Brilliant!

 

Jenson Fearn- for using the skills learnt in meditation, to be mindful and take in his surroundings, resulting in Jenson finding an amazing fossil on his walk, which he shared with the class.

 

Beatrice Norrie for consistently producing work of a high standard showing that she is fully invested in her learning. Well done!

 

Ava Luke: for using lots of Assessment for Learning to share ‘how’ and ‘what’ she is learning. Well done Ava!

 

8.1.2021

Archbishop Rowan Williams CiW Primary School proudly present to you this weeks ...

Ambassadors

 

 

Evie King: for fantastic engagement in home learning this week, and taking on the challenges within the learning. Well done!

 

Liam Crane: for fantastic engagement and enthusiasm in his home learning this week.

 

Noah Chiu: for fantastic engagement and enthusiasm in his home learning this week.

 

Felix Haikney: for being a truly ethical citizen and litter picking in the village….Felix, you are always making a positive difference to those around you, well done!

 

Lewys Huffinley: For being a creative and inventive learner when developing your Lego building!

 

Indie Power: for an outstanding attitude to learning, willing to take on any challenge. You showed great resilience and positive attitude by taking part in a quiz about a fairly unknown subject… well done you!

 

Year 4: for persevering and getting back into online learning. There needs to be a special mention for Molly Lewis, Millie Hubbard, Ffion Silcox, Clemence Edwards, Sara Walbyoff and Jackson Walters for their consistent and sustained efforts in their Home Learning.

 

Year 2: for engaging in their home learning and making us proud. Also, a special mention for:

Immy Huffinley: For fantastic column addition and for being an ambitious learner…continuously challenging herself…awesome!

Austin Banton: for explaining his addition methods with clarity, showing excellent understanding.

 

Year 6: for fantastic engagement and enthusiasm, diligently completing in this week’s home learning. These children have been selected for a specific mention: Ioan Llewellyn for excellent quality of work, William Payne for independent application, Louis George for excellent focus.

 

 Pierre Tournier Horton: for fantastic engagement and enthusiasm in his home learning this week.

 

Felicity Worgan: for fantastic engagement and enthusiasm in her home learning this week.

 

Jake Watkins: for fantastic engagement and enthusiasm in his home learning this week.

 

Alis Walbyoff: for fantastic engagement and enthusiasm in her home learning this week.

 

Mia Sleeman: for fantastic engagement and enthusiasm in her home learning this week.

 

Lacey Tyson: for fantastic engagement and enthusiasm in her home learning this week.

 

Lucas Walters: for fantastic engagement and enthusiasm in his home learning this week.

 

Louis Powell: for outstanding commitment and effort in his learning this week and for being a joy to spend time with.

11.12.2020

 

Archbishop Rowan Williams CiW Primary School

proudly present to you this week’s Ambassadors:

 

Arthur Biddle to present his speech to the school

 

Charlie Hanley-Hill for an excellent effort at improving his behaviour. 

 

George Jeremiah for amazing progress with his reading.

 

Sophia Briggs for general all round progress especially reading and writing with beautiful tails on her letters.  

 

 Felicity Worgan- for being a very capable learner, writing a letter independently, with excellent spelling, handwriting and presentation. She has made sure that there is quality in her work…fabulous girl!

 

Lacey Tyson – for always being kind and considerate of others. A truly good friend

 

Arthur Biddle- for taking all of his courage firmly in his hands, to present his learning to the whole school. Arthur found the thought of doing this really challenging, but after saying he didn't want to do it, he changed his mind at the last minute and decided he would 'have a go'. I can't tell you how proud of him I am, and I know what courage that took...Well done young man!"

 

Lexie Blacker who spent her free time creating a special Christmas quiz for her class, proving herself to be a confident, capable learner.

 

Everyone in Year 2: for helping to write their nativity script and then performing it (even those who are home learning)

4.12.2020

 

Archbishop Rowan Williams CiW Primary School

proudly present to you this week’s Ambassadors:

 

Felix Haikney to present his speech to the school

Felix gave an excellent speech to the school, which was well constructed, informative and shared in a clear and confident manner. Felix…I am making you an ambassador for our final week this year! Well done!

 

Pierre Tournier Horton- Excellent attitude to learning and for taking real care and using precision when forming his letters.

 

Jake Watkins for making great progress in reading and recognising his sounds…Da iawn!

 

Grayson Richards for persevering to complete his postcard… Bendigedig!

 

Lula Perkins- for making huge progress in every way…we are super proud of her! She has written her name, counts beyond 20, is writing her numbers to 10 with fabulous formation, and these are just a few of the things that she has achieved! Fabulous girl!

 

Esmee Elliott for being a super helper with the younger children in the class, showing our ARW values of compassion and kindness…fabulous girl.

 

Thomas Abbott for making great progress with his reading and writing skills. Well done Thomas.                  

 

Niamh Rodway – for being an ambitious capable learner and finding out all about polar bears at home ready to write her animal fact file in school. Great research and attitude to learning.

 

Phoebe Briggs – for being an ambitious capable learner and finding out all about snowy owls at home ready to write her animal fact file in school. Great research and attitude to learning.

 

Harri Roche for being ambitious capable learner, who, with his friends after their focused maths activity got a whiteboard and continued to practise ‘relative facts’ and even carried on the yard.

 

Jac Watkins for being ambitious capable learner, who, with his friends after their focused maths activity got a whiteboard and continued to practise ‘relative facts’ and even carried on the yard.

 

Elliot Preece for being ambitious capable learner, who, with his friends after their focused maths activity got a whiteboard and continued to practise ‘relative facts’ and even carried on the yard.

 

Lilly James for being ambitious capable learner, who, with his friends after their focused maths activity got a whiteboard and continued to practise ‘relative facts’ and even carried on the yard.

 

Amber-Brie Stephens for being ambitious capable learner, who, with his friends after their focused maths activity got a whiteboard and continued to practise ‘relative facts’ and even carried on the yard.

 

Lewys Huffingley for being an ambitious learner and engaging in fabulous Welsh language learning…Bendigedig!

 

Jay Parker   for showing the quality of perseverance. This is an excellent skill to have and will help you in every way…Da iawn Jay!

 

Jacob Roberts   for being extremely kind and thoughtful, expressing his feelings and recognising the feelings of others in a very caring and gentle way.

 

Macsen Griffiths- for being an Ambitious writer and producing a well thought out piece of writing, using time order words and descriptive language to make the reader interested and engaged...mysterious boat.

 

Aiden Preedy- For showing the school ethos and values by kindly walking his neighbour, Isabella, up the path in the morning. Da iawn Aiden…so thoughtful and showing real community spirit.

 

Clemence Edwards for incredible positivity and attitude to additional learning in her Comprehension Group. As a group, they are enthusiastic and fully engaged. Clemence also drew and labelled an ant.

 

Max Walker who presented some excellent research on Ants and followed-up with costings and details needed to set up an ant farm. Your general knowledge was superb.

 

Ivy Phillips who presented some excellent research on Ants and followed-up with costings and details needed to set up an ant farm. Your general knowledge was superb.

 

Erin Heneghan who presented some excellent research on Ants and followed-up with costings and details needed to set up an ant farm. Your general knowledge was superb.

 

Bramling  who presented some excellent research on Ants and followed-up with costings and details needed to set up an ant farm. Your general knowledge was superb.

 

Jackson Walters. who presented some excellent research on Ants and followed-up with costings and details needed to set up an ant farm. Your general knowledge was superb. As well as that, Jackson shows incredible positivity and attitude to additional learning in his Comprehension Group, being enthusiastic and fully engaged.

 

Cameron Hancock shared his research on Tyrannosaurus Rex. As well as that, Jackson shows incredible positivity and attitude to additional learning in his Comprehension Group, being enthusiastic and fully engaged.

 

Molly Lewis decided she wanted to do some extra Maths work at home. Her dad put together 2 sheets of questions, and, they were ALL correct. She was so proud of her own achievements, and rightly so.

 

ALL OF YEAR 4- Mrs Lo wanted a special mention for the whole class, for keeping their coats and bags incredibly tidy. They are definitely ‘the best’ in the junior end of the school! A challenge here maybe?

 

Ethan Wreford-Bush because he shows incredible positivity and attitude to additional learning in his Comprehension Group, being enthusiastic and fully engaged.

 

Wills Newman- because he shows incredible positivity and attitude to additional learning in his Comprehension Group, being enthusiastic and fully engaged.

 

Max Walker for recognising that he showed resilience when completing his measuring task independently. He also presented some excellent research on Ants and followed-up with costings and details needed to set up an ant farm. His general knowledge was superb.

 

Erin Jones- for independent learning. Erin has been developing skills that have been taught in the classroom at home. Excellent attitude to learning!

 

Eva Morris- for her positive growth mindset and for not giving up. What a fantastic attitude to have! Bendigedig!

 

Morgan Tomas for joining in during whole class discussion and showing a positive attitude to learning. Amazing!

 

Aleisha Clough for being an ambitious, capable learner and creating a well-written Science Fiction narrative… I can’t wait to read it!

 

Ava Luke for being a caring friend showing kindness and compassion and displaying characteristics of a healthy, confident individual. She really is showing our school values!

 

Ava Gemson who has been chosen for a role in a TV play! She has demonstrated resilience, perseverance, bravery and confidence when auditioning for parts and demonstrates the qualities of a healthy confident citizen.

27.11.2020

 

Archbishop Rowan Williams CiW Primary School

proudly present to you this week’s Ambassadors:

 

 

Charlie Hanley-Hill for working really hard on his phonics, and using what he has learnt to write sentences…good boy!

Elsie Dowan-  for being fabulous and working hard to learn her new sounds. She has used what she has learnt to write sentences… well done Elsie

Alis Walbyoff – for always being so kind and helpful to everyone she meets… she is a true ARW girl!

Rueben Smith – for excellent problem solving in his maths and accurate counting. Problem solving needs real learning resilience, so well done Rueben!

Leighton Harris for working incredibly hard on letter formation and fine motor pencil control this week. He really wants to do well and improve, so has been asking to do extra practice every day with the adults in the class. Super hard worker this week!

Harlen Herzog for working incredibly hard on letter formation and fine motor pencil control this week. He really wants to do well and improve, so has been asking to do extra practice every day with the adults in the class. Super hard worker this week!

Lorenzo Matrella-Jones for working incredibly hard on letter formation and fine motor pencil control this week. He really wants to do well and improve, so has been asking to do extra practice every day with the adults in the class. Super hard worker this week!

Austin Banton for being an ambitious, capable learner when problem solving in maths.  He was very enthusiastic!

Evelyn Chiu- for persevering with her learning in a fact families maths task. Well done…this attitude will always help you to be successful!

Poppy Yates for persevering with her learning in a fact families maths task, which has resulted in excellent learning!

Arthur Biddle- for being an ethical and informed by evaluating information about the challenges faced by orang-utans to form his own opinions and views…outstanding!

Felix Haikney- for outstanding research skill where he found very detailed and relevant information. I am most impressed by the fact that he has been reflecting on what he can do next to save the environment, based upon the information that he found. He is an ambassador both in and beyond the school! Excellent!           

Harrison Jones- for his Home Learning. Harrison researched the scientific names of dinosaurs, and presented his slides to the class. He had found out additional information and tackled questions from his audience superbly well. He also got up early, at 6am to complete his work and share it with me and the class. Hugely impressive and WHAT a work ethic!!! We are very proud of you Harrison.

Troy Andrews- For an excellent week in school. He has engaged in learning, enjoyed the company of both the adults and his friends and been an absolute pleasure to learn with. Well done Troy!

Jenson Fearn- for showing respect in class, and encouraging his friends to follow suit. Showing maturity and identifying how we should behave appropriately. 

Ben Abbott for persevering and wanting to do work to the best of his ability. 

Chelsea Pearce for being an independent learner. She had a few problems at accessing her Google classroom at home, so she took it upon herself to ask friends what she should be doing and completed all home learning tasks. 

Louis Powell for being an ambitious learner and trying the hot chilli challenges in Maths. 

Harrison Thorn for being supportive members of the class, always willing to help and explain the concept to others, when they're struggling. 

Thoran Thompson-Snape for being supportive members of the class, always willing to help and explain the concept to others, when they're struggling. 

Libby Owen for creating and presenting a superb power point, displaying expertise in her chosen subject along with excellent ICT skills and impressive oracy skills. She really is a capable and ambitious learner. Well Done!

Eva Lawn for creating and presenting a superb power point, displaying expertise in her chosen subject along with excellent ICT skills and impressive oracy skills. She really is a capable and ambitious learner. Well Done!

for creating and presenting a superb power point, displaying expertise in her chosen subject along with excellent ICT skills and impressive oracy skills. She really is a capable and ambitious learner. Well Done!

Alina Gurner for creating and presenting a superb power point, displaying expertise in her chosen subject along with excellent ICT skills and impressive oracy skills. She really is a capable and ambitious learner. Well Done!

Jonty Booysen for creating and presenting a superb power point, displaying expertise in his chosen subject along with excellent ICT skills and impressive oracy skills. He really is a capable and ambitious learner. Well Done!

 

20.11.2020

 

Archbishop Rowan Williams CiW Primary School

proudly present to you this week’s Ambassadors:

 

 

Mason Griffiths for working hard on his phonics both at school and at home.

Erin Banton for working hard on her phonics both at school and at home.

Honey Stainthorp – for an excellent job of trying write a sentence using her new sounds. Fabulous!

Victoria Phelps – For being an ambitious learner and confidently learning all her new sounds…good girl.

Olia Lewis-  for being a good citizen. She asked her parents if they could go litter picking at the sea wall. She collected a big bag full of rubbish. We are very proud of how she has turned her learning and thinking into actions and making a difference to our world. 

Evan Lake for being an ambitious, capable learner, who always joins in with class discussions. We can only achieve great things by contributing, so well done!

Alexandria-Rose Williams for always following directions, our class charter and being ready to learn. An excellent role model to everyone at school.

Millie Hudson for being a real team player and thinking about the needs of others. She showed her reading group how to read their book as a script. Well done.

Jac Watkins for being an ambitious, capable learner as he always challenges himself in maths lessons. This is an excellent quality to have and allows

Alfie Taylor- For a very hardworking attitude and for refining his 5 and 9’s to make his work perfect. Well done!

Alfie Deakin- for an excellent work ethic and having brilliant listening skills which help him to achieve his best at all times…fantastic!

Arthur Biddle- for showing maturity and great self-awareness by controlling his feelings, even when this may be a tricky thing to do… fantastic personal growth…what a fabulous boy, I am so proud of you.

Ava Howard- for writing fabulous stories. Ava, you are a talented artist and it is wonderful to see you use this creativity in your writing. Well done.

Olivia Wong for reflecting and thinking carefully to compose a fantastic Remembrance Day poem, full of imagery and sensitivity. Well done Olivia.

Caitlin Leigh. – for outstanding research skills and in  presenting an excellent account of her family’s involvement during the Second World War. She inspired the whole class with her photographs and detailed information, provoking lots of pertinent questions. She has spurred others on to find out more about their own families. Well done Caitlin.

Lara Williams- for being amazing and completing all work independently! Fabulous!

 Polly MacDonald- for being fabulous and completing all work independently! Excellent!

Abigail Ost-for producing a great piece of descriptive writing. Well done Abigail!

Dannika Wilkins-for being ethically informed, writing a beautiful heart felt prayer, showing humility. So thoughtful Dannika.

Euan Farrands- for always working extremely hard during task time and trying his hardest this week, not to shout out during carpet time. Excellent self-control…well done Euan!

Lexie Blacker for her enthusiasm and hard work in Science- an ambitious and capable learner

Eva Lawn for showing kindness and support to other children in the class. Such a healthy, confident learner!

Matthew Miles for concentrating and focusing really hard in his reading sessions. What a good boy!

13.11.2020

 

Archbishop Rowan Williams CiW Primary School

proudly present to you this week’s Ambassadors:

 

Sophia Briggs- for excellent writing, for sitting your letters on the line when we practised and for telling me all about how Flo saved the soldiers!

 

Ollie Jones for always working hard and being kind. Fantastic…these make our ARW vision come true! Well done Ollie!

 

George Jeremiah for consistently working hard and showing excellent behaviour.

 

Harry Woolnough for working so hard to produce a beautiful poppy painting, and for an amazing Firebird!

 

Sum-Yee Lin for working hard on her literacy target... well done.

 

Theo Reed for focusing and persevering on a maths task. Excellent.

 

Joshua Gunn for challenging himself in his learning … an excellent quality!

 

Niamh Rodway for challenging herself in her learning… fabulous attitude!

 

Phoebe Briggs for challenging herself in her learning… demonstrating a core school value!

 

Noah Mayo for showing personal courage and strength, taking the ‘harder path’ by choosing to take the lead and share a difficult conversation… what a mature and admirable decision…well done.

 

Year 6- for all of the children who led a reflective and thoughtful Remembrance Day Service for the school. You certainly are healthy, confident individuals: you had ‘ the confidence to participate in performance,’  and were the leaders of the school. Bendigedig!  Very proud to call you ‘ours’!

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