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C of E Primary School

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Headteacher's Cup Winners

This week’s Headteacher Cup Winners

Love Birds:  Kalen  -  Respect yourself and others

Kalen is such a respectful Love Bird; patient, caring and he listens on the carpet very well!  Whoosh!

Pandas:  Lily  -  Don’t give up

Lily has shown determination in abundance this week.  Not only did she improve her spelling challenge score, she has challenged herself to count in tens.  Such a pleasure to see, well done, Lily!

Seahorses:  Tilly  -  Respect yourself and others

Tilly was both thoughtful and helpful during our language days.  She helped her friends with their learning, showing them how to make origami fortune tellers, what great teamwork, Tilly.  Well done!

Giraffes:  Vinnie  -  Improve

Vinnie is taking steps to make things easier for himself.  He has been listening, working hard and doing the right thing.  Keep it up Vinnie!

Ocelots:  William  -  Work hard and concentrate

William is always ready to learn.  He focusses, concentrated on the right things to help himself and works hard.  Well done, William!

Polar Bears:  Erin  -  Work hard and concentrate

We are so impressed by the effort that you put in at home to build on what we learnt about Australasia this week  -  and how keen you were to share with the rest of the Polar Bears!  What great learning, Erin!

Golden Eagles:  Alesha  -  Try new things

Alesha has worked hard this week, especially during ‘Languages Day’.  She approached the challenges of making Origami pumpkins, learning an Indian dance and African batik art with super enthusiasm and effort.  Really well done, Alesha!

Falcons:  Reece  -  Charlotte  -  Improve

Charlotte has approached all of this week’s work diligently and with enthusiasm.  She stood out in our two language days due to the great work she produced.

Sports Cup:  Oliver  -  Improve

Oliver showed great effort and determination to make the right choices this week, the result of this was a really positive lesson, well done, Oliver!