This weeks praise award goes to someone who has settled back into school exceptionally. She has shown an eagerness to learn and a great compassion towards her friends, particularly those who have struggled with the transition. She is an asset to Year 2 and I hope she continues to show her can-do attitude throughout her time in Year 2. She is a fantastic role model. Keep it up Ruby!
Well done Ruby!
This weeks praise award goes to a little boy who this week has continuously tried his best in everything he has done. He has shown Miss Beaumont and Mrs B each morning all of the extra practice work he has been doing at home and shown real excitement to share his times table skills. We can see a change in his attitude towards his own learning and it has been wonderful to a part of. This little boy has been working hard within his phonics lessons and strives to do more each session. Keep it up Tommy!
Well done Tommy!
This weeks praise assembly goes to a kind and caring little girl who is a credit to our Year 2 classroom. Her maths skills this week have blown me away, she has really developed her reasoning skills. She is always ready to learn, always one of the first to share ideas and always doing the right thing. This little girl has shown real kindness to her friends and shares her kind heart daily through the action of caring for others. She is the first to support someone, even when she may be a little unsure herself. Keep up the good work Rose!
Well done Rose!
This weeks praise assembly goes to a polite and funny boy whose sense of humour makes me smile every single day! His attitude towards his learning has been amazing since transitioning into Year 2 and he has tackled every challenge that has been given to him. He is a child whose independence has grown tremendously. He never settles with doing the bare minimum and is always looking for ways to improve his work or ways to add extra details. Keep up the amazing attitude towards your learning.
Well done Jude!
This weeks praise assembly goes to our little maths expert! He is always ready to learn and listens attentively to every single instruction. His warm character has been very welcome in our Year 2 classroom, particularly to his friends who have found the transition a little tricky. He is always ready to learn and frequently sets a good example to the rest of the Year 2 class. He is now beginning to transfer his confidence and apply it to all subject of learning, especially his reading skills. Me and Mrs B have both commented this week on how much he has progressed within such a short period of time. He is a delight to teach and a real credit to our class.
Well done Oscar!