A bunch of Head Teacher Awards…

As always, Osprey class have been demonstrating great learning attitudes in lessons and this has been reflected in their class work.  Let’s take a look at our most recent recipients of the highly-esteemed Head Teacher Awards:

Micah, who joined our school in September, has shown a significant improvement in his ability to stay focussed on his work.  He has been attempting more and more challenging tasks and has demonstrated how well he can work quietly and calmly.  Well done, Micah.

Each member of the St. Philip’s football team were nominated for the award by football-team-ht-awards-editedMr Bentley-Taylor for great team work and excellent skills shown in winning the plate against 20 other teams.  Well done to the whole team , but particularly to Jacob, Christian and Toby from Osprey class.

Harry also joined our school in September.  It was evident from the very start that Harry has an impressive vocabulary and could write interesting and engaging pieces of work.  However, it was very difficult to decipher as his handwriting, pencil control and letter formation needed some attention.  So Harry joined a handwriting group and within a matter of weeks was not only forming his letters correctly, but also joining up! We have been very impressed with his efforts – great work, Harry!

This week, the children learned all about Stonehenge.  Their task was to create a double-page spread all about it which would be suitable for a magazine.  Preston and Bella really impressed me with their article.  They made detailed notes during a research session and worked brilliantly together to produce an interesting, informative and well-illustrated fact-sheet.  Great work, Preston and Bella.



Keep up the great work, Osprey class.


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