A - Ambition We encourage children to have aspirations and have ambitions to ‘dream the big dream’.
R - Respectful Our children treat others how they would like to be treated.
C - Confident We prepare our children for a world which is changing and bringing new challenges.
Archie's Afternoon Tea
Each Friday afternoon 2 children from Year 5, who have been judged to be displaying the new school values, will be invited to a special afternoon tea with Mrs Roberts, our Head Teacher.
Friday 23rd June
You showed great maturity and honesty this week which impressed the teachers and Mrs Roberts. Well done
You were a great team player making sure everyone had a partner on the walk down to our cricket festival, You always treat everyone respectfully and equally,
Friday 16th June
Not only were you a real friend at Sports Day, when you ran in place of an injured Olivia, you also thought it would be fair if you ran in her team colours rather than your own.
Friday 9th June
Although we have been back at school for a short period of time, following half-term, you showed how ambitious you are in numeracy by tackling some very tricky percentage work.
You were really confident in the sports day PE lesson showing just how good you can be in the races.
Friday 19th May
Olivia and Millie
You dealt with some difficult situations with great maturity. You understood how people were feeling and reacting and demonstrated respect for them and the situations they were dealing with. Well done.
Friday 12th May
You showed how honest you were in finding, and handing in, a mobile phone. You knew that the phone should have been handed to a teacher and so you followed the rules.
You have been really supportive of the teachers this week, showing great respect and maturity in your behaviour. We truly appreciate it.
Friday 5th May
You demonstrated that by being respectful and treated everyone fairly you will always have a large group of friends.
Friday 28th April
You showed the rest of the class how to be respectful by, when being asked a question, raising your hand to answer unlike many of your classmates who choose to shout out.
We know you find working in class difficult but, this week, you have really tried hard in literacy, numeracy and science. You have shown that you can work independently on short activities and you are developing the confidence to join in group activities. Keep it up.
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