This week's Pupil of the Week has been chosen for developing so much in confidence over the last few weeks and for joining us comfortably on our recent visit to Eden Camp. He has managed to overcome some of his worries and has engaged well with everything that we have done in class. He has also been leading some of our cricket PE lessons and has really grown in confidence due to this. Well done!
Pupil of the Week this week was awarded due to a huge improvement in maturity and behaviour within the classroom. This child has been much more focused on the learning within class and has really shone! He makes some excellent contributions to class discussions and has shown a solid understanding of the concepts we have covered this week. Keep up the super work!
This week's pupil of the week has been chosen for an excellent start back at school after the Easter break and for working really hard throughout lessons. We are all now working with new partners and he has shown such a mature attitude towards this. I have been so impressed with his contribution in computing lessons and the ideas that he has generated across the curriculum. Well done, superstar!
Thula was voted as Pupil of the Term for Spring 2 and here are some reasons why:
- she is kind and helpful
- she always makes sure everyone is involved in games
- she listens and works hard
- she is a good listener
- she is fair
These are all excellent reasons to be chosen as Pupil of the Term and we are all so proud of you!
Our Pupil of the Week this week was chosen as she wrote the most amazing story for our St Luke's Stories competition! She worked so hard to extend her vocabulary and vary her use of language and grammar and also created an excellent concept too. She applied lots of our prior learning to create this piece at home and I have been so impressed with her commitment to the task. She is also gaining the confidence to work independently and is really successful at this. An all round excellent few weeks - well done!
Our class Pupil of the Term has been voted for by the class. Here are some reasons why this person has been chosen:
- He always helps when we are stuck
- He listens to the teacher
- He always works hard
- He helps me with football and makes sure I join in
- He tries hard to answer questions on the board
- He is confident
- He listens to everyone
Alfie was chosen as Pupil of the Week due to a huge improvement in attitude to learning and becoming much more sensible within class. He has also been working hard to maintain his handwriting and has consistently asked for feedback to ensure he is still meeting our high expectations. I have been so pleased with these developments and I know that Alfie will work hard to keep this up! Well done
Alice was chosen for Pupil of the Week this week as I was so impressed with her maturity and how she has developed as an individual. She realised that she was getting distracted and perhaps then not working hard enough so she asked if she could move to a different space in the room so that she could concentrate more on her work. I was so impressed with this maturity and how she was taking responsibility for her own learning so I wanted to recognise this wonderful behaviour by awarding her pupil of the week! Well done Alice - keep up the good work
Our Pupil of the Week has been chosen for setting an excellent example to the rest of the class in terms of presentation and neatness of work. She always tries her best to make sure all work is presented beautifully and asks for guidance should she be unsure. I have been really impressed with the content of her work as well as her attitude to learning and desire to improve. Well done, superstar!
Pupil of the Week this week has been awarded for similar reasons to last week - for a huge development in confidence and willingness to ask for support. This has led to great progress being made as he is now taking on advice and seeking out ways to improve. It is always fantastic to see children taking on more responsibility for their own learning and I have seen huge progress being made! Well done!
Pupil of the Week this week was awarded as I have been really pleased with the progress they have made and how they are feeling more confident to ask for clarification or guidance if they need it. I am also always impressed with their attitude to learning and how they are always doing the right thing - facing the front, concentrating and following instructions. Well done!
Our Pupil of the Week this week is someone who has really impressed me over the past week by showing a much more mature attitude to learning and for really concentrating in each lesson. He has been much more committed to his learning and has been keen to find out ways he can improve each task. Well done!
Our Pupil of the Week this week has impressed us all with the improvements she has made in terms of attitude to learning and commitment to each lesson. She is now focusing much more and is keen to learn and improve her skills. She is trying hard and engaging in each lesson and it has been really lovely to see the development over time. Well done!
This week's pupil of the week has been awarded to Thula! Thula is someone who is always concentrating and working hard, as well as looking to improve by asking for feedback and support when necessary. She contributes sensibly and meaningfully to class discussion and I am so proud of how well she is doing in Thoresby Class. Well done, Thula - you are a credit to our class!
This week's pupil of the week has been awarded as I have been impressed with her for some time. She always works hard and seeks to improve on her work, asking for relevant feedback and then implementing this next time. She has also recently received her pen license, which shows how hard she is working in class. She is kind and helpful and is always doing the right thing. Well done, superstar!
This week's Pupil of the Week has been awarded for a huge improvement in commitment and attitude to learning. I have been so impressed by your dedication to your learning and how hard you are working in order to continue to improve and I think this attitude has also had a positive effect on the people around you. You are setting a wonderful example to the rest of the class and I wanted to reward all of your efforts. Well done and keep it up!
Pupil of the week this week is someone I have been so impressed with for their attitude to learning and how well they listen in each lesson. She has shown such dedication and commitment to learning and this has become evident in our recent assessments as she achieved great results. A fabulous example to the rest of the class and shows that hard work pays off. Well done superstar!
This week I have awarded pupil of the week to someone who I have been impressed with since the start of Year 4. She is always trying her best and shows such an excellent attitude to learning, but what has impressed me most is her willingness to help others and her desire to see them succeed as well. She will work with any other member of the class if they need additional support and always knows and understands the task to be able to assist her table during group work. An excellent example - well done!
I have been so impressed with the pupil of the week for the excellent start she has made to Thoresby Class. She works super hard and has shown an excellent attitude to learning. I can already see huge changes from last year and I am really pleased - well done, superstar!
This week's pupil of the week is someone who is always receiving tree tokens for being the first one ready to learn during lessons. He has an excellent attitude to learning and concentrates fully on each task. He shows the rest of us how to behave and sets a wonderful example, always working hard and putting in maximum effort. He finishes work on time and it is always well presented and detailed. You are an asset to Thoresby Class - keep up the great work!
Our next pupil of the week is also someone who is always ready to learn and gives every task 100% effort. He is enthusiastic about learning and always contributes to our class discussions, working hard in each lesson. The main reason he was awarded pupil of the week was because he scored 144/144 in our first times tables assessment! An amazing achievement and shows how talented he is
Our first pupil of the week was chosen as he came into the new school year with such an amazing positive attitude! He was always ready to learn and set an excellent example to the rest of the class. His enthusiasm and brilliant dance moves keep us all going and we are so thrilled to have him in the class. Well done!