Head Teacher Awards 16.09.16

It’s award time again! The Head Teacher Awards this week go to Isobel and Harvey for being amazing Ospreys and tackling their learning head-on!  article-1112542-03066f10000005dc-713_468x743

Isobel has a fantastic attitude to her learning. She is committed at all times and shows real diligence. She is able to manage distractions and focus on the task in hand.  Well done, Isobel.

Harvey had some brilliant ideas in English this week and came up with some really descriptive sentences to go with our Stone Age writing.  He used interesting vocabulary and drew the reader in with his creativity.  Excellent work, Harvey!

Keep up the good work, everyone.

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School council

Well done to all of the children who put themselves forward as a potential candidate for the school council. You were all very well prepared and iround-of-applauset was great to hear your views on how you would represent your peers, ensuring their views would be heard.

A particular well done to Isobel and Louie, who had the majority votes. We have every faith in you guys to do an amazing job as the Osprey School councillors this year!

Well done!

Head Teacher Awards 08.09.16

The first Head Teacher Awards for this new academic year go to three children who have all been shining examples of how to be an excellent friend to the newest members of Osprey class this week.  thumbsupcat1228

Jake, Kierlun and Nate have welcomed them into our class with warmth, empathy and kindness, ‘showing them the ropes’ and playing with them at break times.  It has been such a pleasure to see these three show such compassion and maturity.

Well done boys; a big kitty ‘thumbs up’ to you all!

 

Welcome

Welcome to Osprey class blog.

It is a new school year and we are all settling in well to both new and familiar routines. We hope the children are as excited as we are about what this year will bring!

This is the place to come and see what your children have been getting up to.  We will regularly update the site with photos and details of our learning.

Please feel free to add encouraging and lovely comments on posts that catch your eye!

Mrs Callow and Mrs Whitfield