Wednesday, 26 October 2016

Tracker Awards

These children have been working hard and achieving academic success and therefore have earned themselves the following rewards.  
Bronze - Moyin Ayodola, Kanishka Chintala,
Silver pencil -  Joshua Nwaokolo
Silver certificate - Paige McGeoghan, Aroosh, Harry Hann, Gavin Butler and Kabey Stevens.
Golden bookmark - Evie Cottam, Zac Nickson, Indie Sales, Adam Abubakr, Dorrie Lewis, Leanne Royer, Summer-Rose Trew, Deborah Oluokun and Jack Dempsey.
Golden certificate - Fayo Ayodola, Ketty Omwanghe and Joe Green.  
Platinum pencil and pen set - Jessica Butler, Kara Middleton and Amandeep Ubhi.
Platinum certificate- Ayomide Otegbola
Star - Olivia Wheal and Finley Livingstone.


Maths Challenge

Theses pupils have used their ability to think both mathematically and creatively to solve maths challenges. 

Charlie Marshall, Tony Marshall, Simran Bashir, Chiwendu Nwaokolu, Mikkileigh Williamson, Tiara McGillivary, Sarah Wall, Maisie Clarke, Emily Claydon, Lacey Joyett, Frankie Watson, Arya Shah, Jack Silva, Alfie Pilcher, Michael St Matthew Daniel and Palmen Vasilev.

Reading Awards

These children have been reading so much and so many books, they have earned themselves a Bronze reading award;

Katrina Weaver, Archie Patrick-Stuart, Kaitlyn Smethurst, Charlie Ilott, Leah Joyce, Gracee- May Coble, Ethan Himuyandi, Adrian M M Arduino, Ife Ogochukwu-ijehor, Elliott Cottam, Kyla Millar, Joshua Nwaokolo, Archie Baker, Madalina Luca, Ruby Welch, Adam Riaz, Freddie Little, Noah Vumuka, Malachi Wright, Kaley Watson, Grace Horne, Kanishka Chintala and Brooke Romeril.

Ethan Carruth has read 25 books receiving his bookmark.

Ellie Jo Stapleton is now a free reader.

Learning Challenge Awards

Coral Wilkinson, Charlie Marshall, Laicey McGeoghan, Temilola Omisore, Blake Maddox and Keira Baker have been working hard at home and extending their knowledge through their learning challenge work.

Learning Power Awards

These are the key skills that our children will need to learn effectively in class and to be successful later in life.

These children have demonstrated effective reciprocity this week – able to listen carefully, work collaboratively and take turns. Natalie Towner, Lebohang Sibanda, Arnez Dash and Freddie Little.

These children have shown that they can manage distraction, notice patterns and become absorbed in their tasks – well done for your Resilience certificate: Ronnie Marshall, Lola-Mae Trinder, Megan Lewis, Michael St Matthew Daniel, Trinity Hawkes and Harry Kaylor.

These children have managed to show that they can plan and revise ideas to earn their Reflectiveness certificate. Ty Sutton, Nathan Ehihon, Candice Chambers, Holly Turner, Iman Idris-Mtize and Sam Doidge.

Being able to show that you can make links between ideas and showing imagination demonstrates resourcefulness. These pupils have been awarded their resourcefulness certificate this week. Charlie Cooper, Harley Boland and Sofia Ehihon.

Star Writers

These children have used a range of powerful vocabulary and techniques to become a Star Writer.

Georgia Brooks, Charlie Green, Thomas Royer, Kaitlyn Smethurst, Tyler Wager, Anais Aityounes, Isabelle Curtis-Rich, Olivia Bundy, Arnez Dash, Nathan Russell, Mikkileigh Williamson, Sienna Nickson and Sonia Lewis.

Look out for examples of their work on the blog!

Certificate of Presentation

Well done to all of these children who have presented their work beautifully; 

Vittorio Omwanghe, Fitzroy Bamgbelu, Ella Nash, Lacey Joyett, Ellis Drummond, Maliat Bakreen, Kaden Nicol, Jaydon Holloway, Chloe Marshall, Evan Andrews, Ramone Slater-Holmes, Armani Peek, Lacey Wall, Courtney Simpson and Lilly Reynolds.

E for Excellence Winners

These wonderful children have demonstrated excellence this week.

Bella Hyder
Samira Rahman
Kaley Watson
Timothy Dempsey
Levi Bonsu Amanto
Oliwier Bartnik
Roxy Smith
Lelethu Nombeko
Ronnie Mersh
Brandon Cohen
Conner Holloway
Ronnie Nicholls

Brandon Brown

Weekly Attendance

KS1: -    Cedar 100%         KS2: -  Elm 98.67% Overall:  95.41%

Congratulations to Cedar class who had every child in school every day last week -  They will enjoy a cupcake party today to celebrate!

Congratulations to Elm class, however, come on KS2 you can do better than that!

From Monday 31st October return to school with job number 1 on your mind and the prize in sight. The competition is on!!!

Learning Federation Governors’ Coffee Morning - Tuesday 1st November

We look forward to welcoming you to the next Governors coffee morning. This is for all parents from Broadford & Mead.   This is an opportunity for Governors to hear from you how the first half term has gone, respond to any questions and inform you about the next steps we are making as a Federation.
Date: Tuesday 1st November 2016
Time: 9am-10.15am
Location: Broadford Primary School