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Friday 28th June

Writer of the week:

Casey has written a recount of a tale from our class text: Seasons of Splendour. She thought carefully about the key events and writing in chronological order. Furthermore, she included a range of descriptive and figurative language. 

 

Mathematician of the week:

Our mathematician of the week is Lila as she has continuously shown a focused attitude towards her Maths work. She has shown a good understanding of the operations and works well with her peers. 

 

Reader of the week:

Isabel has been awarded with this award as she has participated well in guided reading sessions, courteously challenging the view of others. She thinks carefully about how the reader chooses language to enhance the writing. 

 

Helpful, kind and polite award of the week:

John is constantly kind and polite to members of the school and his peers. He helps where necessary and continues to make the right choices at school. His positive attitude has had a positive impact on his peers. Well done! 

Friday 24th May

Writer of the week:

Leon wrote a fantastic alternate ending to our class text: Hamlet. He thought carefully about how to convey the character through dialogue, thinking about the choice of language. 

 

Mathematician of the week:

Our award this week has been given to Harry. He has been extremely focused during our SAT's test week and his preparation for these tests have been impressive to the teaching staff in year 6. 

 

Reader of the week:

Layla received this award for continuously for reading and showing a pleasure of reading towards a variety of genres. 

 

Helpful, kind and polite award of the week:

Kyle has shown a fantastic and mature attitude through 'All about me'. He has been a good listener to his friends and shown kindness to help those around him. 

Friday 10th May

Writer of the week:

Tymon has been given this award for his hard efforts towards his handwriting, which through dedication has achieved him his handwriting pen. Well done! 

 

Mathematician of the week:

Elijah is our Mathematician of the week for working incredibly hard on his 2-step problems. He read the question carefully and was able to choose the correct operation. 

 

Reader of the week:

Ria has been chosen for this award as she reads every night and she chooses to read a variety of genres when choosing a book. These skills are evident in her Guided Reading and English lessons. 

 

Helpful, kind and polite award of the week:

Liam has achieved this award for making brilliant decisions in class and on the playground. He has shown a focused attitude towards his learning and has been a great role model for those around him. 

Friday 5th April

Writer of the week:

Katie received this award for a well-written balanced argument. She gave clear reasons as to whether Hamlet should avenge his father's death. She used parts of the text to support her reasons and provided her own environment. 

 

Mathematician of the week:

Ashton is Mathematician of the week for working extremely hard in calculating the area of a parallelogram and triangle. He showed an understanding of both equations and presented his work clearly. 

 

Reader of the week:

Conor has worked hard on his word meaning questions and clearly using techniques learnt in class to find out the meaning of words independently. 

 

Helpful, kind and polite award of the week:

Cameron has shown a positive attitude towards his learning. He has made good decisions in regards to his work and a fantastic role model to younger children in the dinner hall and playground during break and lunch times.

Friday 15th March

Writer of the week:

Lila wrote a diary in role and worked hard at editing. She has been working extremely hard on her spellings ensuring that she applies the correct spelling rules and proof-reads her work.  

 

Mathematician of the week:

Harry has been working on multiplying and dividing fractions. He used the visual aids to help him and progressed to learning the methods. He is able to explain clearly, 

 

Reader of the week:

Caitlin shows a pleasure for reading and chooses to read a variety of genres. She reads her books swiftly and is able to recall key events. 

 

Helpful, kind and polite award of the week:

Baylen has shown a good attitude towards his learning. He has worked hard to focus in all lessons and showed respect to his teachers and other teaching staff. Keep up the great attitude! 

Friday 15th February

Writer of the week:

Phoebe wrote a newspaper with clear structure including: orientation, main body, quote, picture and reorientation. She thought carefully about her language choices choosing formal and informal choices carefully. 

 

Mathematician of the week:

Melissa has been working hard at retrieving and interpreting information from different graphs including bar charts, line graphs and  pie charts. She has also been able to apply her knowledge to drawing her own pie chart using a protractor. 

 

Reader of the week:

John continuously reads and works extremely hard during guided reading sessions. He chooses a variety of reading books and this is evident in his literacy lessons as he uses a range of vocabulary. 

 

Helpful, kind and polite award of the week:

Stanley is kind to his peers and his teachers. He listens carefully to his instructions and shows respect and kindness to all members of Newdigate Primary School. 

Friday 1st February

Writer of the week:

Layla wrote a narrative poem in relation to the Odysseus quests. She included a range of figurative language to engage the audience and clear key events. 

 

Mathematician of the week:

Leon worked extremely hard during test week and applied methods of the four operations well. He has shown a clear understanding of methods and presented them with clear calculations. 

 

Reader of the week:

Shiloh is our reader of the week for reading every night and showing an engagement to reading. She chooses a variety of genres when choosing her book and challenges herself with her choices. 

 

Helpful, kind and polite award of the week:

Christopher continuously works hard in all lessons and offers to help peers when appropriate. He has shown great progression all round and continues to have a great outlook towards his learning. 

Friday 18th January

Writer of the week:

Tyla wrote his own alternate ending to our story 'Letters from the Lighthouse.' He included a range of synonyms to describe and added dialogue to convey the character's thoughts and feelings. A very well thought out piece of writing! 

 

Mathematician of the week:

Edie has received this award for her constant perseverance in her maths lessons. She has applied her knowledge of area to other shapes and has shown a good understanding of how to measure area using squares and equation. 

 

Reader of the week:

Leah has moved herself on towards her 3 mark inference questions, thinking carefully about what the question is asking and using P.E.E to structure her answers. 

 

Helpful, kind and polite award of the week:

James has shown a fantastic attitude towards his learning. He has been polite to his peers and teachers. Well done! 

Friday 9th November 

Writer of the week:

Leah has written a piece of work in role and shown clear understanding of character traits through choice of vocabulary. 

 

Mathematician of the week:

Isabel has worked hard on solving problems with decimals. She has also applied her knowledge of fractions to her work. Impressive! 

 

Reader of the week:

Elijah has worked extremely hard on his fact retrieval questions and beginning to think carefully about word meaning. 

 

Helpful, kind and polite award of the week:

Casey has shown great attitude towards her learning and is always willing to help her peers and teachers. Much appreciated Casey! 

Friday 12th October

Writer of the week:

Olivia has received this award for writing a clear investigation in science, enquiring the impact of distance to creating shadows.

 

Mathematician of the week:

John worked well during test week and applied his knowledge learnt during lesson time of long multiplication and long division to the test.

 

Reader of the week:

Kyle has shown consistency in reading and brings his reading book in every morning. He has shown interest in reading and chooses a variety of books to cover a depth of genres.

 

Helpful, kind and polite award of the week:

Lila has obtained his award for helping her peers and offering to help staff during break times. She is a bubbly character and her personality brightens the classroom!

Friday 28th September

Writer of the week:

Oscar created a diary entry focusing on emotive language and getting into the role of the character.

 

Mathematician of the week:

Christopher has been worked hard on his multiplication methods, using his times table knowledge to help. He has moved on to multiplying 2 digit by 2 digit.

 

Reader of the week:

Melissa received reader of the week for continuing to work on fact retrieval questions, reading the questions carefully.

 

Helpful, kind and polite award of the week:

Ria has been kind and polite to her peers and continued to have a positive attitude towards her work, continuing to keep a bubbly personality!

Friday 14th September

Writer of the week:

Katie received our award for writer of the week for writing a poem which included a range of descriptive language and figurative language including simile and alliterations.

 

Mathematician of the week:

Stanley has worked on counting in different powers of 10, forwards and backwards. He applied his place value knowledge to support his counting.

 

Reader of the week:

Layla received this award for participating to guided reading sessions and offering synonyms for word meanings.

 

Helpful, kind and polite award of the week:

Caitlin has been extremely helpful to her peers this week, especially in maths lessons. She has offered to help her teachers during break and lunch times, which is highly appreciated.

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