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Stars of the Week, by Mrs Plant

Date: 17th May 2023 @ 8:37am

This week’s Star Pupils!

Chestnut star of the week: Polly, for using a wide range of amazing adjectives in her writing and trying
really hard in all lessons.

Chestnut Sports Star of the Week: Martha, for good listening and team skills

Oak Class Star of the Week: Isaac, for having a wonderfully positive attitude to learning.

Oak Sports Star of the Week: Eira, for good leadership

Star of the Week, by Mrs Plant

Date: 28th Apr 2023 @ 3:21pm

This week’s Star Pupils!

Chestnut star of the week: Summer - For showing kindness to her friends

Chestnut Sports Star of the Week: Toby- For being really brave during swimming.

Oak Class Star of the Week: Amelia K- For persevering through challenge.

Oak Sports Star of the Week: Phoebe - for being supportive and friendly.

Star of the Week, by Mrs Plant

Date: 24th Mar 2023 @ 3:31pm

This week’s Star Pupils!

Chestnut star of the week: Sebastian for his attitude to learning during assessment week, Sebastian had taken real pride in his work and tried his best on each paper.

Chestnut PE stars of the week: Alfie and Tom. Tom showed great enthusiam in every part of PE.

Alfie listened carefully during PE and he also won 2 show jumping awards on Wednesday afternoon and taught Mrs Rawsthorne about show jumping!

Oak Class Star of the Week: Harley R, for fantastic effort in writing and really pushing himself to achieve.

Oak PE stars of the week: Phoebe, for being kind and supportive.

Star of the Week, by Mrs Plant

Date: 20th Mar 2023 @ 10:50am

This week’s Star Pupils!

Chestnut star of the week: Freya, well done with all your hard work in maths, great attitiude to learning and pride in your achievements.

Oak Class Star of the Week: Amelia P, for great enthusiasm during our whole school science experiment

Star of the Week, by Mrs Plant

Date: 10th Mar 2023 @ 2:12pm

This week’s Star Pupils!

Chestnut star of the week: Alfie – well done for joining our class with a fantastic attitude to your learning.

Chestnut PE star of the week: Toby, for showing great kindness in PE and supporting his team

Oak Class Star of the Week: Amelia K, for being a great role model in the classroom and always being helpful.

Oak Class PE Star: Phoebe, for great listening and supporting others.  

Stars of the Week - 9th December 2022, by Mrs Plant

Date: 14th Dec 2022 @ 2:15pm

This Week’s Star Pupils

Chesnut star of the week: Theo F, for showing great enthusiasm during our forest school day

Chestnut PE star of the week: Kaylee, for great listening and William G-T- For being really helpful

Oak star of the week: Jess C, for trying incredibly hard with her writing

Oak PE Star of the Week: Jess C, for trying rally hard and for great teamwork

Stars of the week - Week commencing 28th November 2022, by Mrs Plant

Date: 5th Dec 2022 @ 10:35am

This Week’s Star Pupils

Chesnut star of the week: William L. For his attitude to learning, William is always trying his best during adult lead sessions and applying his new found knowledge in child initated time. We are especially impressed with his phonics.

Chestnut PE star of the week: All of Chestnut Class, for fantastic teamwork and great listening.

Oak star of the week: Phoebe, for being a fabulous role model and encouraging our children

Oak PE Star of the Week: Eira, for great leadership and support

Star of the Week - 14.11.22, by Mrs Plant

Date: 14th Nov 2022 @ 2:07pm

This Week’s Star Pupils

Chestnut star of the week: Tom – We have started our new handwriting scheme this week, Tom has leapt at the challenge and is keen to use these skills in every lesson.

Oak star of the week: Eira - For showing great kindness and compassion to others.

Oak PE star of the week: Amelia - For being really supportive and helpful during P.E sessions.

Star of the week - Week commencing 7th October 2022, by Mrs Plant

Date: 17th Oct 2022 @ 10:37am

This week's star pupils are:

Oak Class             Eira - for a wonderful, positive attitude to learning and continued effort with home learning

Oak PE                 Theo R and Isabel C - For representing our Federation at the basketball competition and for showing great sportsmanship

Week beginning 29.11.21, by Mrs Rawsthorne

Date: 7th Dec 2021 @ 4:18pm

Well it's definately beginning to look like Christmas! The children have been working hard rehearsing for our upcoming Christmas Concert on Friday 10th December. We can't wait to share it with you all!

We have also been thinking about Christmas and why it is important to Christians during our RE sessions, this week the children have created advent wreaths to start the Christmas count down.

Chestnut Class have been amazing artists this week! We have completed our Hundertwasser inspired collages, the children really enjoyed using different texture and shape to create colourful homes for the three little pigs. We think the pigs will enjoy these new houses much more than their dull straw and stick homes!

 

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Week beginning 29.11.21, by Miss Archer

Date: 7th Dec 2021 @ 4:16pm

 
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Well it's definitely beginning to look alot like Christmas and the children have been really excited about getting started with all our usual festive activities. 
The children have been working extremely hard on their Christmas performance and the show is really beginning to take shape. We can't wait to share it with you!
 
Please note the school Christmas Post Box will be open from Monday, for the children to post Christmas cards to their friends. 
 
Oak Class have had a really busy couple of weeks. At the end of last week, the children took part in a Science day, based around owls. The children researched Owls, finding out more about what they eat, their habitatss and special features. Children created some beautiful information texts to show present their new knowledge. 
In the afternoon, we then dissected owl pellets. Using bone charts, children were able to identify what the owls had been eating. The children absolutely loved these activities and showed great scientific enquiry skills. 
 
This week, Eco Council have decorated the school Christmas tree. We have been really lucky to be gifted a beautiful Christmas tree from Hales Sawmill Market Drayton. A special thank you to Mrs Grant Talbot for aquiring this special gift for the children. Eco Council are also planning on making 'A Birds Christmas Dinner', bird feeders for Carols Round the Campfire. 
 
Children on the Worship Council are busy planning to deliver their first worship to the school. The team decided on the theme of Christingles and have started to research songs and hymns that would work well. 
This worship will tie is nicely with the school Christingle service on Tuesday 14th December, led by Rev Gary. 
 
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